Jesse Houwing — November 1, 2018 — November 1, 2018 You’re likely to have been asked the question: “we need to go faster, how many more people do we need?” Most people naturally understand that just adding a random number of people isn’t likely to make us any faster in the short run. So how … Continue reading Scaling Scrum to the Limit
John Coleman — June 29, 2018 — June 29, 2018 What does the Kanban Guide for Scrum Teams (at https://www.scrum.org/resources/kanban-guide-scrum-teams) say about work in progress limits? “Kanban (n): a strategy for optimizing the flow of stakeholder value through a process that uses a visual, work-in-progress limited pull system. ….. Optimizing flow requires defining what flow … Continue reading Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) – Don’t Just Limit WIP – Optimize It!
Kayla Sloan — May 13, 2018 — May 13, 2018 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay When freelancers first get started there is almost always that question of whether or not they’ll get clients. After all, with no clients there is no income and they won’t make it as a freelancer. But after landing their first one, they … Continue reading Should Freelancers Limit Themselves to Just One Client?
Twitter will no longer count photos, videos, polls and quoted tweets against its 140-character limit, but it will for certain ads. Here’s the workaround. Tim Peterson on September 19, 2016 It’s finally happening. Starting today — four months after announcing it would do so — Twitter will no longer count photos, videos, polls and … Continue reading Twitter’s relaxed character limit doesn’t apply to ads, but there’s a workaround
by Josh Swenson April 4, 2016April 4, 2016 Are referral widgets just a vanity application? Referral widgets have become a widely adopted approach for businesses so you may feel like this is the best path to launching your referral program. But unless you’re an ecommerce company concerned with only tracking a single transaction and not … Continue reading How Widgets Limit Your Referral Program’s Functionality
Maren HoganApril 15, 2015 As I’ve worked my way from answering phones at the local news desk to attempting to run a company that leaves a lasting impression on clients and employees, I have made a lot of mistakes. A LOT of mistakes. And what’s interesting about mistakes is that they seem to repeat themselves. … Continue reading 5 Ways To Limit Your Lifetime Leadership Potential