Paul Keijzer — August 27, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — August 27, 2019 Running an organization has never been easy. In addition to attending to managerial duties, leaders are also occupied with planning for the future. And this does not even begin to cover the interpersonal complexities of managing a team. Bosses are responsible for providing … Continue reading Remote Leadership: How to Lead Your Team from a Distance
Todd Kunsman — August 26, 2019 Follow @OhSoFreshMusic — August 26, 2019 As social media grew rapidly in the last decade, these social platforms became a major outlet for sales teams and growth of the organizations. Social platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook are where customers, current buyers, and future prospects are engaging and doing … Continue reading Why Social Media is So Powerful For Your Company’s Sales Team [Infographic]
Stephanie Ockerman — August 20, 2019 Follow @thetravelchica — August 20, 2019 “Can a Development Team member be the Scrum Master?” This is a common question in my Professional Scrum classes. It often comes up early when we are still learning the basics of the Scrum framework. And it comes up because people are already … Continue reading Can a Development Team Member Be the Scrum Master?
Kimi Corrigan, head of marketing operations at Duo, encourages team members to feel ownership and responsibility to teach others. Amy Gesenhues on August 20, 2019 Marketing operations are the driving force behind a company’s marketing technology implementations and processes. Successfully managing complex marketing operations efforts takes a capable, agile and tech-savvy team, which is difficult … Continue reading Want to improve your marketing operations? Make everyone on the team a coach
Sarah Bentley — July 22, 2019 — July 22, 2019 The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team proved once again that they earned every right to be recognized by claiming the 4th Women’s World Cup in a row. Previously a student-athlete, and now a coach myself, I recognize how hard it can be to mesh together talent. … Continue reading What the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Taught Me About the Value of Teamwork
Willem Vermaak — July 19, 2019 — July 19, 2019 A while ago I was brushing the teeth of my 3 year old son when I thought of something. This little dude can walk, run, talk (A LOT!), climb, undress, etcetera, but somehow every morning and evening I’m brushing his teeth, instead of him doing … Continue reading PO Perspective: Team Development for the Development Team
Frank Strong — July 16, 2019 Follow @Frank_Strong — July 16, 2019 The best public relations (PR) professionals are problem-solvers. No one needs problem-solving now like human resources (HR). As a community, it got too comfortable after a decade’s long employers’ market. It became conditioned to passively wait for candidates to apply while forgetting how … Continue reading 3 Ways Public Relations and Human Resources Can Team Up to Win the Talent Wars
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?
Sarah Bircher — July 9, 2019 — July 9, 2019 Make your meetings more productive by designing them to bring out the best in everyone How many of the meetings you attended in the past week were as productive as you would have liked? Did everyone show up ready to participate? Were new ideas discussed, … Continue reading How to Boost Team Meeting Productivity
Abuhuraira Ramay — June 25, 2019 Follow @AbuhurairaRamay — June 25, 2019 PhotoMIX-Company / Pixabay As the term might imply, a “workation” is a combination of work and vacation. Small business owners and self-described “digital nomads” have done this for years, working whatever hours they set while enjoying the sights and smells of the exotic … Continue reading How a Workation Could Be Good For Your Team