Hannah Ouzer — January 14, 2019 — January 14, 2019 A well-defined project management framework will bring much-needed order to your projects. Learn how to create your own PM framework in this guide. Have you ever found yourself completely overwhelmed at the start of a project? Or maybe you’ve scoped out a project and wondered … Continue reading How to Create a Proven Project Management Framework
Melissa Ingold — January 10, 2019 Follow @timefreedombiz — January 10, 2019 There are hundreds of amazing, cheap-or-free online tools that we entrepreneurs can use to keep our businesses organized. If you’ve got a meticulously designed workflow, a skilled team to execute on it, and the right tools to keep work on track, there’s nothing … Continue reading What Does a Project Manager Actually DO?
Piyush Rahate — December 31, 2018 — December 31, 2018 A few days back I did a Scrum Tapas Video explaining what are few of the rules within Scrum. Besides these rules, there are also certain guidelines which help the Scrum Teams to make the best possible use of Scrum framework to create maximum Business … Continue reading Guidelines in Scrum
Sjoerd Kranendonk — December 14, 2018 — December 14, 2018 By now, most organisations are using Scrum, however, many of them feel like the agility of their organisation has degraded, and they might be right! Often, using Scrum starts out as a way to improve development efforts coordinated within an IT division or department, but … Continue reading Is Scrum Hurting Your Agility?
Robert Pieper — December 14, 2018 — December 14, 2018 Does a Scrum Master really need technical business knowledge? If you’re trying to break in the world of Scrum, you might be asking yourself: Does a Scrum Master really need technical knowledge? Do they need business knowledge? I’m here to set the record straight. It’s … Continue reading Do I Need Domain Knowledge to be an Amazing Scrum Master?
Kevin Senior — December 4, 2018 Follow @Glasscubes — December 4, 2018 When it comes to project management, the tools you use make all the difference. Choosing an appropriate methodology is important, sure. But you must have the right tools to support that choice. As a widely used tool among many organizations, SharePoint is often … Continue reading Thinking of Using SharePoint for Project Management? Read These User Stories First
Sarah Rosenquist — December 2, 2018 Follow @stryvemarketing — December 2, 2018 In 2017, our team made a big commitment to the idea of agile marketing. It was sexy. We saw that it could increase productivity while making marketing more evidence-based. Who wouldn’t want that? We were sold. We sold our clients on agile, too. … Continue reading Why Isn’t Your Non-Engineering Team Agile?
Susan Gilbert — November 30, 2018 Follow @SusanGilbert — November 30, 2018 Use These Four Project Management Tools For Your Business Growing a small business can become a scheduling challenge as you add new clients and team members or employees. By organizing your tasks and becoming more focused you can work on growing your bottom … Continue reading 4 Project Management Tools To Help Your Business
Nasrullah Patel — November 26, 2018 Follow @Peerbits — November 26, 2018 Software development has taken a critical role in transforming businesses across the industries. As organisations and firms grow, they need IT solutions to handle new consumer demands, changing business environment, and increasing competition. For continuous and sustainable growth, companies should deliver timely innovations … Continue reading How to Choose the Right Agile Methodology for Project Development in a Frugal Way
Yuval Yeret — November 22, 2018 Follow @yuvalyeret — November 22, 2018 SAFe includes Scrum – so how come many Scrum practitioners and thought leaders consider it unsafe? The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is one of the most popular approaches to applying agile at scale out there. SAFe’s perspective is that “Nothing beats an Agile … Continue reading Improving SAFe Through Professional Scrum