Liz Kislik — March 12, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — March 12, 2019 Most projects and initiatives start out with carefully thought-out plans and a decent chance of success. But every once in a while, you get that sinking feeling that something is heading for a flop: not the kind of failure that comes from a … Continue reading What Should You Do When You Know a Project Is Bad?
Jasper Alblas — March 11, 2019 Follow @alblasj — March 11, 2019 The Scrum Team consists of three roles. The only three roles needed in Scrum. But all needed! And all equally important to be successful. This first sentence is all there is to it. And if we would practice Scrum within our companies the … Continue reading Equality – the Roles in Scrum
Stefan Wolpers — March 8, 2019 Follow @StefanW — March 8, 2019 TL;DR: Technical Debt & Scrum If technical debt is the plague of our industry, why isn’t the Scrum Guide addressing the question of who is responsibly dealing with it? To make things worse, if the Product Owner’s responsibility is to maximize the value … Continue reading Technical Debt & Scrum: Who Is Responsible?
Max Benz — February 25, 2019 — February 25, 2019 Within any creative process, there may be no definitive end to the new ideas that seem to pop up along the way. While on the one hand, changes and additions to a project can add significant value, they can also derail it if they aren’t … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Project Sign Off Sheets
Simon Bourk — February 25, 2019 — February 25, 2019 I am listening to the audiobook “the subtle art of not giving a fck” from Mark Manson and I am learning awesome things that can relate to our world of “Agile” and “Product Ownership.” The style of the writing doesn’t suit me well, but I … Continue reading Inspiration From Outside the Scrum World
Rick Lepsinger — February 21, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — February 21, 2019 While agile methodology got its start in the world of software development, it has gradually filtered into a variety of other industries over the last decade. The shift makes sense for companies trying to compete in dynamic, fast-paced industries where customers and clients … Continue reading How to Make the Transition to Agile Teams
Rick Lepsinger — February 14, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — February 14, 2019 While the agile team methodology is still largely associated with software development, this non-linear approach to project management has become a fixture of many other industries over the last decade. More versatile and faster than more linear, traditional methods, the agile process breaks … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Companies are Turning to Agile Teams
Hannah Ouzer — February 14, 2019 — February 14, 2019 As we step into 2019, what project management statistics should you be aware of? How is the PM field changing? We’ve compiled all the latest data in this article. The field of project management is changing, and it’s changing fast. New tools, techniques, and frameworks … Continue reading Project Management Statistics: 45 Stats You Can’t Ignore
Kyle Weber — February 12, 2019 — February 12, 2019 “We need you to take one for the team.” That’s when I paused the documentary to react. I had to comment. As a notorious movie-pauser, I’d fought the urge for the last forty minutes, but we all have our breaking points. If you’ve seen Netflix’s … Continue reading Project Management and the Art of Putting Out FYRES
Max Benz — February 6, 2019 — February 6, 2019 In the creatively complicated world of marketing and advertising, going from conception to product realization is not an easy process. Using time-tested, proven project management methodologies is the best way to ensure your project is progressing with efficiency while maximizing every bit of creativity your … Continue reading 20+ Effective Project Management Methodologies Explained