Source: TheDigitalProjectManager Author: Giovanni Asproni Brace yourself, because I’m about to tell you the hard truth about scalability. We’ll start by getting real about scaling in business: Most scaling efforts fail. So, what’s the secret sauce? How do you scale a team successfully, and why is it so hard? If you have been in theContinue reading “The Hard Truth About Scalability: What To Know Before Scaling Up”
Tag Archives: Agile
Kanban Vs. Scrum: Key Differences & How To Choose
Source: The Digital Project Manager Author: Ana Mayer If you are a team with large projects to manage or looking for ways to simplify your project management methodologies, then this article is for you. With so many terms on project management methodologies out there, it’s essential to understand what they mean and how to chooseContinue reading “Kanban Vs. Scrum: Key Differences & How To Choose”
Unpredictability Drives the Need for Adaptable Leaders
Source: Institute for Digital Transformation Author: Terry Bennett The pace of change in our world today demands that we examine everything – including the way we lead – with fresh eyes. The speed necessary for today’s success cannot be achieved using yesterday’s command-and-control approach. There just isn’t time. Trust and empowerment are absolute requirements. TheseContinue reading “Unpredictability Drives the Need for Adaptable Leaders”
What’s The Big Deal About Business Agility?
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The Agile Manifesto and How to Really Apply It to Your Projects
Author: Suzanna Haworth Source: TheDigitalProjectManager Here’s a fact: a lot of people don’t get the Agile Manifesto, and they don’t get Agile. There, I said it. There’s a huge amount of variance in what people who think they are “Agile” are doing. Some think that it’s working in two week timeboxes, having a daily stand-upContinue reading “The Agile Manifesto and How to Really Apply It to Your Projects”
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