Nagesh Sharma — July 10, 2019 Follow @just4nagesh — July 10, 2019 If you can create a vision for your Scrum team, and you find them all aligned in the right direction, your work has a reasonably good chance at success. Where is your Scrum team’s compass leading you? Every single soldier must know, before … Continue reading Scrum Team: What Is Your Inner Compass?
Duncan Maddox — July 10, 2019 — July 10, 2019 A few years ago I went on a training course given by Ralph Kimball, the “inventor” of the Data Warehouse. It was a great experience but one of the main learnings for me was something he said that applied to all teams not just Data … Continue reading What’s Your Elevator Pitch For Scrum?
Kevin Senior — July 8, 2019 Follow @Glasscubes — July 8, 2019 As a small business owner, your options and resources are often limited. You have to wear multiple hats, including one as a project manager, which means it’s your job to select a framework that works best for your team. But sometimes it seems … Continue reading How to Choose a Project Management Framework in 4 Easy Steps
Barry Overeem — July 2, 2019 — July 2, 2019 The Scrum Framework, visualized by Thea Schukken How would the people you work with complete the following sentence: “The Scrum Framework exists in order to …”? Sometimes we get bogged down in the rules and mechanics of Scrum while forgetting what we’re trying to achieve … Continue reading Refresh the Purpose of the Scrum Framework
Why 85% Of Artificial Intelligence Projects Fail by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, June 21, 2019 Many companies have seen success when implementing artificial intelligence. Data and consulting firm Kantar, for one, recently got the green light to further integrate AI into several new services the company said will help bands, advertising agencies and media companies more … Continue reading Why 85% Of Artificial Intelligence Projects Fail
Our approach to adopting new marketing technology doesn’t need to be so black and white. Jennifer Cannon on June 19, 2019 Agile martech adoption is an everyday part of life for many digital marketers. Daily scrum calls on new apps, testing out use cases and managing implementations have become an essential part of successful digital … Continue reading Adopting new martech? You don’t have to choose between agile and waterfall
Ian Mitchell — June 18, 2019 — June 18, 2019 geralt / Pixabay “When trying to teach someone a boundary, they learn less from the enforcement of the boundary and more from the way the boundary was established.” – Bryant H. McGill A few months ago we looked at how teams can optimize flow across … Continue reading Sprint Planning with Kanban
Yuval Yeret — June 18, 2019 Follow @yuvalyeret — June 18, 2019 Free-Photos / Pixabay We’ve all seen it. The Scrum Team that goes through the motions, implements all the mechanics of Scrum, and still when we look at what’s going on it doesn’t feel right. Steve Porter fondly named it Believably Bad Scrum. I … Continue reading Kanban/Flow – The Scrum Master’s Not-So-Secret Weapon
Stephanie Ockerman — June 12, 2019 Follow @thetravelchica — June 12, 2019 “I am a project manager. What is my role now that we are moving to Scrum?” This is a common question in my Professional Scrum classes. It often comes up right after we discuss that there are three roles in Scrum, and project … Continue reading Why Scrum Is Awesome for Project Managers
Esther Cohen — June 6, 2019 — June 6, 2019 Project workflows bring order and structure to your agency’s operations. Learn how to create your own workflows in this guide. When lay people think of creative work, they usually think of sparks of brilliance and inspirational “Eureka!” moments. The truth is that creative work requires … Continue reading How to Define and Develop Your Project Workflows