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
Rick Lepsinger — January 16, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — January 16, 2019 For decades, most organizations structured their projects and teams around a concept known today as the “waterfall” approach. This methodology provided a linear, sequential model for completing design-oriented tasks, with progress moving from one clear step to another until the project was completed. … Continue reading How to Make Your Teams More Agile
Jordan Job — December 12, 2018 Follow @jordanjob — December 12, 2018 Many Agile coaches and Scrum Masters believe they know best. They believe teams must follow a certain set of steps and do things a certain way, and if they do, those teams will be more productive, happy, and successful than ever. There’s a … Continue reading One Shocking Thing Many Agile Coaches Are Getting Wrong
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?
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
Kurt Bittner — November 12, 2018 Follow @ksbittner — November 12, 2018 Goumbik / Pixabay I’ve had this ongoing discussion with a few of my colleagues who says that the term “agile leader” is an oxymoron – that the ideal organization is a bunch of Scrum Teams and not much else. Even in an ideal … Continue reading What Do Agile Leaders Do?
Jesse Houwing — November 8, 2018 — November 8, 2018 If you’ve been at an Agile conference, been a Scrum Master for quite some time and joined an Agile meetup group (here in The Netherlands there are several), then you probably found that games can be very quick ways to energize any meeting and to … Continue reading Agile Chair Exercise: Some Alternate Suggestions
Darleen DeRosa — October 24, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — October 24, 2018 Today’s ideal leadership candidates are not necessarily employees with the most experience or expertise. One of the key differentiators among top leaders is leadership agility, or the ability to balance multiple challenges. Agile leaders help companies foster connections, help people achieve peak performance, … Continue reading The 3 Most Critical Capabilities of Agile Leaders
Many of the speakers at this year’s MarTech East conference in Boston lauded the process for its focus on the end user. Robin Kurzer on October 4, 2018 at 11:42 am Pamela Della Motta, director of product, marketing technology for the New York Times talks about how Agile methodology helped teams collaborate. Agile methodology is … Continue reading Agile methodology is becoming a must for marketing teams
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