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Outcome Mapping & Scrum: The Story of Amazing Decisions

Johannes Geske — December 13, 2019 Introduction The purpose of Scrum is to maximize product value by delivering a potentially releasable “done” increment through Sprints. While the Development Team is responsible for delivering the increment, the Product Owner is responsible for maximizing value by deciding about the content and the order of the Product Backlog. … Continue reading Outcome Mapping & Scrum: The Story of Amazing Decisions

Better Business Decisions Start With Better-Informed Leaders

Kaan Turnali — September 26, 2019 Follow @kaanturnali rawpixel / Pixabay Digital transformation brings about an incredible opportunity for fostering a data-driven culture and enabling faster, better-informed decision making. Although data’s role in making better-informed business decisions is undeniable, more data does not necessarily guarantee better business decisions. Fueled by advances in technology and a … Continue reading Better Business Decisions Start With Better-Informed Leaders

How Leaders Can Make Better Decisions Using Scenario Analysis

Darleen DeRosa — July 9, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — July 9, 2019 Leaders who possess good strategic thinking skills are an asset to any organization. They are able to accurately assess existing circumstances, factor in potential variables that could change those circumstances, and then determine the best course of action to take. There are many … Continue reading How Leaders Can Make Better Decisions Using Scenario Analysis

How Small Businesses Can Use Location Data to Fuel Decisions

Liz Weinsten — July 5, 2019 — July 5, 2019 Providing SMBs with the tools they need to maximize local marketing initiatives A recent survey conducted by RIS News and IHL Group found that 58% of retailers in North America were planning on investing in proximity or location-based marketing in 2019.* This is an interesting … Continue reading How Small Businesses Can Use Location Data to Fuel Decisions

Increase Your Client Profitability: Why Good Decisions Require the Right Time-Tracking Categories

Karl Sakas — June 14, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas — June 14, 2019 Fixing “profit leaks” in client delivery? Good data requires good time-tracking categories. Time tracking—even temporarily—can help you plug Client Delivery “profit leaks” at your agency. But good troubleshooting requires good data. Solution? Use my four baseline time-tracking categories—Billable, Business-Building, Professional Development, and Admin. … Continue reading Increase Your Client Profitability: Why Good Decisions Require the Right Time-Tracking Categories

Decisions That a Founder Needs to Make During a Company’s Infancy That Can Impact Its Entire Future

Tommy Wyher — September 23, 2018 — September 23, 2018 Founders of companies of all sizes are faced with decisions during the early stages of the company that could impact the trajectory of the company permanently. These decisions need to be well thought out in terms of future profitability as well as company sustainability. A … Continue reading Decisions That a Founder Needs to Make During a Company’s Infancy That Can Impact Its Entire Future

How to Read Minds: Use These “Tells” to Make Uncertain Decisions

Karl Sakas — September 17, 2018 Follow @KarlSakas — September 17, 2018 Facing uncertainty as you make decisions at your agency? You can use decisionmaking “tells” to keep moving forward. When you’re making decisions, you rarely have all the info you need—you need to decide with incomplete or conflicting data. For example, some job candidates … Continue reading How to Read Minds: Use These “Tells” to Make Uncertain Decisions