Sajjad Ahmad February 9, 2021 Kanban boards are a great way to visualize the workflow and track progress. They usually consist of three main panels: to do, doing, and done. There are many cards, denoting tasks, which are constantly moved from one panel to another. The goal of the Kanban board is to limit work … Continue reading Advantages of Switching to Online Kanban Boards
Andrew Zola October 20, 2020 The pandemic set off an explosion of re-skilling and up-skilling endeavors online. Some, like myself, began learning how to code for fun. For example, the programming language Python is straightforward and easy to learn, so a lot of people started building some cool stuff with it. However, for those of … Continue reading Job Seekers: What Are the Best Job Boards for Software Developers and Engineers?
Samar Birwadker — July 11, 2019 Follow @samarbee — July 11, 2019 Debating the future of job boards should be something every person in a recruiting position is talking about. Job boards made their way into the job market more than 20 years ago! These frequently used tools have been through the highs and lows … Continue reading Should Recruiters Still Rely on Job Boards in 2019?
Alexandra Hall — April 30, 2018 — April 30, 2018 If you’re forever fighting your project management system, Kanban boards are worth a look. “Kanban” — Japanese for “visual signal” or “card” — are card- and column-based project management systems that offer a convenient way to keep teams abreast of a project’s status, from initial … Continue reading Intro to Kanban Boards, the Highly Visual Project Management Method
Kevin O’Brien — March 12, 2018 — March 12, 2018 geralt / Pixabay There’s a debate raging in the staffing world. With 64% of staffing firms indicating their top challenge is the talent shortage, there are differing views as to how to best source candidates. Some view job boards as an inefficient relic of old-school … Continue reading Job Boards vs. Digital Marketing: What’s Better for Sourcing Candidates?
Personal Branding Blog — January 21, 2017 — January 21, 2017 It’s never been easier. The job boards are making it very easy to understand what roles are in demand and about updated job descriptions and skills are for today’s workforce. FACT:Millennials will change jobs four times by the age of 32 This is not … Continue reading Using the Job Boards to Grow Your Career
Paul Cook — January 7, 2017 — January 7, 2017 Pinterest Boards You Should Follow If You are a Marketer The best thing about Pinterest is the variety it offers. The sheer number of boards, ideas and users make for a very interesting and unique catalog. If you are a marketer and you are looking … Continue reading Pinterest Marketing Boards You Must Follow
Lisa Fernow — January 2, 2017 — January 2, 2017 The other day I was listening to a colleague describing the difficulties one of his portfolio company CEOs was having with their Board. The CEO wanted to go one way. The Board wanted to go another way. If they didn’t resolve their differences the CEO … Continue reading 4 Lethal Startup Pitfalls for CEOs and Boards to Avoid
by Stefan Wolpers Follow @StefanWSeptember 29, 2016 TL;DR: On the Benefits of Offline Boards Offline boards lift a team’s level of collaboration significantly. They are great information radiators for stakeholders, and they massively benefit from the psychology of getting haptic. Learn the best practices of getting started with your own offline boards in this third … Continue reading How to Build Offline Boards – Agile Transition (Part 3)
By Stefan Wolpers, 09 September 2016 Product Backlog Refinement—TL;DR How to kick off your agile transition part 1 Where to start when kicking-off an agile transition? Usually, tools and processes are smallest the common denominator among all participants, as they are at the core of the grand scheme of agile things. It is a rare occasion … Continue reading Product Backlog Refinement — Agile Transition (Part 2)