Daniel Burrus June 28, 2021 The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 affected how both individuals and organizations had to operate professionally like never before. Many workers went remote, while others were unfortunately laid off for the time being. Brick-and-mortar organizations had to close their doors with no real certainty as to when “business as usual” would … Continue reading Agility is a Short-Term Strategy. Anticipation Brings Exponential Change.
Amanda Stephens June 24, 2021 A new website is a powerful marketing tool. Keeping in mind up-to-date best practices in terms of conversion rate optimization (CRO), user experience (UX), and search engine optimization (SEO), you can launch a beautiful website that satisfies your audience and addresses your business priorities, whether that’s informational, leads, or sales. … Continue reading 8 Ways to Keep a New Website Project On-Track
Stefan Wolpers June 14, 2021 TL; DR: When Scrum Masters Fail — Making Your Scrum Work #13 There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. Scrum thrives when the Scrum teams are self-managing while Scrum Masters embrace … Continue reading When the Scrum Master Fails by Being Overly Protective — Making Your Scrum Work
Stefan Wolpers June 9, 2021 TL; DR: Essential Agile Failure Patterns — When Noise Interferes with Signal There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. When Scrum becomes an element of an agile transformation, the following three … Continue reading 3 Essential Agile Failure Patterns in 7:31 Minutes—Making Your Scrum Work
Anthony Mersino June 10, 2021 I know what you are thinking, with so many ways that organizations can undermine their steps toward agility, how could you pick just one single biggest mistake? Well, I keep bumping into this mistake with organizations and increasingly I think it is the single biggest mistake. It is the quickest … Continue reading The Single Biggest Mistake Organizations Make When Adopting Agile
Achim Nowak June 2, 2021 It’s been crazy, Rhonda, VP of Talent Management at a major global Pharma company, says to me last Thursday. 3 nights in a row I have been working until 1 in the morning. Sigh. Too much. Too much. Yup. Crazy. Rhonda knows this can’t go on. The situation screams under-resourced. … Continue reading The Beauty of Power Sprints
Anthony Mersino April 19, 2021 I recently posted a question on LinkedIn about how to staff the Scrum Master role in a small organization with few people. I was pleasantly surprised by the level of engagement and the great perspectives shared by many people. And the reality is that I hadn’t thought deeply about the … Continue reading Do You Need a Full Time Scrum Master for Scrum?
Plus, is it martech or technology for marketing? Kim Davis on March 31, 2021 at 10:00 am Marketing Land’s daily brief features daily insights, news, tips, and essential bits of wisdom for today’s digital marketer. If you would like to read this before the rest of the internet does, sign up here to get it … Continue reading Agile marketing, M&A in martech: Wednesday’s daily brief
Plus, Salesforce’s ABM tools and Amobee’s new identity partner Henry Powderly on March 18, 2021 Marketing Land’s daily brief features daily insights, news, tips, and essential bits of wisdom for today’s digital marketer. If you would like to read this before the rest of the internet does, sign up here to get it delivered to … Continue reading Virtual events, agile teams: Thursday’s daily brief
Angela Ash March 8, 2021 Given that many people worldwide have been working online for a while due to the pandemic, those unaccustomed to the practice have learned a thing or two about it. The most common issue remote workers are facing is poor organization due to obvious reasons: when whole families are staying at … Continue reading 6 Tips for Managing Projects When Working From Home