Martech analyst Emily Cnossen shares inspiration and guidance to new martech teams based on her own experience of building one at SAP Concur. Emily Cnossen on October 28, 2019 Last month at MarTech East, I was practically tickled pink to be able to present “From Wild West to Business Best: Tales of a New … Continue reading MarTech Overtime: Building a new martech team from scratch
Melissa Burns — October 25, 2019 Follow @Melissa_Burns Success or failure of a business starts long before you start making decisions as to which products to sell, how to expand, and how to market your services. Very often whether you will succeed or fail depends on what kind of people you hire – and it … Continue reading Hiring Practices for Building a Perfect Team
Teresa Becker — October 11, 2019 As a CSM or customer success leader, you know the importance of success – not just for your customers, but for your department and your business as a whole. But what is the best way to define success in these avenues? Success isn’t based on “we think” or “we … Continue reading The Top SaaS Metrics Your CSM Team Needs to Monitor
Elijah Masek-Kelly — October 7, 2019 Follow @ElijahMK100 As technology progresses more and more, we are starting to say goodbye to the traditional workplace and employees all over the country are instead choosing anywhere with a plug-in and high-speed Wi-Fi connection as their workspace. This has been a long-term shift in the workforce, with an … Continue reading How to Manage a Remote Team Effectively
Rick Lepsinger — September 30, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc Working in virtual teams has become the “new normal” of business life today. Remotely distributed teams allow organizations to leverage their workforce more effectively and bring the most talented and knowledgeable people together to address their most pressing problems. At first glance, managing a virtual team may … Continue reading Collaboration Tools That Will Enhance Virtual Team Productivity
Stefan Wolpers — September 26, 2019 Follow @StefanW TL; DR: Scrum Master Engagement Patterns Last year, I ran a (non-representative) survey on how Scrum Masters are allocating their time when working with a single Scrum Team. Much to the surprise of many readers, the direct Scrum Master engagement with a single Scrum Team of average … Continue reading Scrum Master Engagement Patterns: The Development Team
Darleen DeRosa — September 13, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — September 13, 2019 Building trust in the workplace is important for any kind of team. If team members don’t trust one another, effective collaboration is almost impossible and the team will struggle to promote accountability and communication. There are a number of ways that even highly … Continue reading How to Restore Trust in a Team
Peter Götz — September 13, 2019 Follow @petersgoetz — September 13, 2019 Software developers are mostly guys, happy to work by themselves at night in dark rooms. And they turn coffee, cola and pizza into code. Right? My experience so far To be honest, the longer I have worked in software development the more wrong … Continue reading The Development Team in Scrum – Just Developers or a Real Team?
Khoa Doan Tien — September 11, 2019 — September 11, 2019 To answer the question, let’s go through these two definitions of “Team” and “Self-Organization”. What is a team? Team is a group of people who work together, to finish a work or a destination. Somehow, it is a natural need, when the individuals feel, … Continue reading Why Does the Scrum Team Need Self-Organization?
Karen Repoli — September 11, 2019 Follow @karenrepoli — September 11, 2019 During WW1 Henry Ford sued a Chicago newspaper for libeling him when they called him “an ignorant pacifist.” At the ensuing trial, the defense lawyers grilled with Mr. Ford with a line of questioning regarding general knowledge in an effort to prove to … Continue reading What You Can Learn About Building a Dream Team From Henry Ford