Taylor Gordon — August 31, 2018 — August 31, 2018 Freelancers wear many hats. We’re salespeople, bookkeepers, and consultants all rolled into one. We also juggle multiple freelance projects at any given time to keep the income flowing. Managing administrative duties while serving clients can be a logistical nightmare if you’re not organized. I had … Continue reading How to Manage Multiple Freelance Projects Like a Pro
Ian Mitchell — August 23, 2018 — August 23, 2018 “I travel around the world constantly promoting my projects and endorsing products.” – Paris Hilton Agile coaching is a journey into irony. One of the chief discoveries you can make on this voyage is that the more experienced you become, the worse at the job … Continue reading Projects and Products in Scrum
Personal Branding Blog — August 22, 2018 — August 22, 2018 It’s important for your personal brand to be prepared for the latest marketing trends online. In order to accomplish this we need to have specific systems and instructions in place. Scrum methodology and agile marketing both help you to prepare for the future and … Continue reading Use Scrum in Agile Marketing to Bring More Visibility to Your Brand
Stephanie Ockerman — August 16, 2018 Follow @thetravelchica — August 16, 2018 MetsikGarden / Pixabay This is the fifth in a series of posts exploring Scrum Mastery. In our first post, we introduced the 4 dimensions of Scrum Mastery: Team Identity, Team Process, Product Value, and the Organization. In this post, we will explore the … Continue reading Scrum Mastery: 5 Steps to Leverage the Organization
Kerri Hale — August 15, 2018 Follow @kerrilkhale — August 15, 2018 New York City is revered for its magnificent skyline and impressive buildings. Yet, nothing captivates picture-snapping tourists quite like the Empire State Building. An American cultural icon, New York’s 3rd tallest structure has been featured in more than 250 movies and television shows, … Continue reading Complex Project Management—What it is, and What Success Looks Like
Susan Gilbert — July 25, 2018 Follow @SusanGilbert — July 25, 2018 Use Scrum in Agile Marketing to Bring More Visibility to Your Brand Social media and content curation are always in a state of flux — when it comes to being prepared for the latest marketing trends online we need to have a strong … Continue reading Applying the Scrum Principle to Agile Marketing
Ryan Turner — July 23, 2018 Follow @3prime— July 23, 2018 Whatever the goal of your website is, whether to sell products, let customers make appointments to see you, generate new leads, or simply to raise awareness of your brand, there are some core principles that every website build should follow. While there are a … Continue reading The 2 Core Web Design Principles That Keep Projects On Track
John Coleman — June 29, 2018 — June 29, 2018 What does the Kanban Guide for Scrum Teams (at https://www.scrum.org/resources/kanban-guide-scrum-teams) say about work in progress limits? “Kanban (n): a strategy for optimizing the flow of stakeholder value through a process that uses a visual, work-in-progress limited pull system. ….. Optimizing flow requires defining what flow … Continue reading Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) – Don’t Just Limit WIP – Optimize It!
Eileen O’Loughlin — June 26, 2018 — June 26, 2018 If you ask five different people to define “project failure,” you’ll likely get five different answers. This is because project failure is subjective, determined by both a project’s success criteria and the metrics used to evaluate its performance during and after its end. One project … Continue reading Project Success Metrics: Keeping Projects on Time & on Budget
Esther Cohen — June 21, 2018 — June 21, 2018 The project life cycle describes the stages a project goes through as it progresses from start to finish. A well-defined life cycle brings order and structure to the project. This article will demystify the project management lifecycle and help you run better projects. Few things … Continue reading What Is the Project Life Cycle and How to Use It Better?