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usersknow.com berichtet:

A Framework for Making Better Product Decisions

Recently, there has a been a big shift in the focus of Product teams from outputs to outcomes. In other words, some companies are starting to care a little bit less about the fact that a feature got shipped and a little bit more about whether that feature had a positive impact on user behavior and metrics. ...
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productcraft.com berichtet:

How to Stay on Course During Product Discovery

Product discovery is a messy, hard, and often thankless job. Quite frankly, there’s no way — or need — to sugarcoat this. Product discovery is also rarely linear, let alone foreseeable. ...
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medium.com berichtet:

Creating Value with the First Two Laws of Consulting

Software is a way to solve problems, it’s not the only way, and building it in increments often doesn’t tell us whether there might be bigger fish to fry. ...
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How to assess an organizational change coach

One of the things I am often asked about is how should we assess the performance of a coach. Some days I wonder this about myself…“Am I living into my full potential? What kind of impact am I really having?” ...
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viktorcessan.com berichtet:

Temporal Dynamics – Coaching Teams Stuck In Discussion Gridlock

Those of you who’ve listened to Episode 11 of my podcast, The Law of Raspberry Jam, have heard me talk about temporal dynamics (check out the episode here if you haven’t already). ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

Agile Methodology Fails Without an Agile Mindset

Agile is the Buzz of the industry as more and more people and organizations are talking about Agile. My first engagement with Agile happened around 2011 when I was with Deloitte. I was a Product Owner at that time and there I was trained on Agile Methodology with Scrum as a Framework. ...
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Product Backlog: Sortierung statt Priorisierung

Das Product Backlog ist eine geordnete Liste, keine priorisierte Liste. Das sagt der Scrum Guide: ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Are Technical Skills Required to be a Scrum Master?

As part of the Scrum.org webinar “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer - Martin Hinshelwood - Answering Your Most Pressing Scrum Questions” I was asked a number of questions. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

The Agile Workspace: The Undervalued Success Factor

If you want your organization to become agile, adding more whiteboards to the workspace will not suffice. You have to abandon the idea that the workspace is an assembly line for white-collar workers. You need to let go Taylorism. We are now in the age of the creative worker. ...
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kanbwana.de berichtet:

Podcast: Wer ist eigentlich dieser Kanban?

Kanban wird häufig im Agilen Kontext verwendet – quasi als Gegenentwurf zu Scrum. Das ist allerdings nicht ganz richtig. Es stammt aus einer Zeit, als Kanban überhaupt erst mal auf dem Markt etabliert werden sollte. ...
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Visualizing Interactions in Complicated Work

When we look at a Personal Kanban, its simplicity belies its power. Visualizing our work as individuals and as teams and even as teams of teams creates trust, reliability, and understanding. When we want to co-ordinate work, these are serious prerequisites. ...
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Why Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) Are Not a Substitute for Strategy

When Google launched its new Chrome browser in 2008, it set an ambitious goal of 20 million weekly active users by the end of the year. Though it missed this number, the Chrome team continued to think big and continually innovate until finally, they achieved their 2010 target of 111 million users. ...
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Hierarchie im Krankenhaus und ihre negativen Konsequenzen

Es wäre übertrieben zu schreiben, dass ich in Krankenhäusern aufgewachsen bin. Aber dank meiner Ausbildung zum diplomierten Musiktherapeuten hatte ich immer wieder das meist zweifelhafte Vergnügen, die hierarchischen Strukturen und Kulturen verschiedener Krankenhäuser mehr oder minder intensiv kennenzulernen. ...
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Experience and Science

The discussion about the different possibilities to fail when applying „simple solutions“ to „complex problems“ is everything but new. Especially the understandable but (often) useless desire for best practice has been intensively discussed. ...
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Wider die Überregelung des Miteinander

Weniger, aber besser. Diese Leitlinie des berühmten deutschen Designers Dieter Rams sollte uns nicht nur in der Gestaltung von Produkten leiten, sondern auch in der Gestaltung unserer Zusammenarbeit. ...
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Companies Are Shifting Investment Away from Physical Capital, with Far-Reaching Consequences

In the early 2010s, economists began noticing a puzzle: the economy was recovering from the recession, yet businesses didn’t seem to be investing as much as they should be in capital assets like real estate, buildings, and equipment. ...
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hbr.org berichtet:

How to Monetize a Business Ecosystem

More companies are starting to recognize that developing a vibrant ecosystem of partners across industries is essential for accelerating innovation and withstanding disruption. Partners can share new technologies and knowledge, open up new routes to market, and help create new business models. ...
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Project Planning Process – How to Build Effective Project Plans

The project planning process can be as complex as you need it to be or as simple as you want it to be. Each step can be detailed or summary. And you need only use the steps that are right for your project. ...
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projecttimes.com berichtet:

Stories Vs. Status: Large, Complex Projects Call For Roles That Are Defined And Aligned From The Start

We know it when we see it. But there's almost universal confusion about the critical difference between strategic communication, project management communication, and change management. When this confusion is brought into large, complex projects, it can create waste, ineffective resourcing and dissatisfied stakeholders. ...
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5 Types Of Meetings

Meetings are the most important event in any organization — well that is what it seems like. It can also be said that meetings are the bane of every human that isn’t buying or selling something (and that caveat might be an overstatement). ...
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hackernoon.com berichtet:

Is Technical Debt Actually Bad Debt?

As software engineers, our main objective is to deliver. Once our code works as expected, we commit it and then run it in the CI/CD pipeline. ...
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hadermann.be berichtet:

The Cost of Waiting for Feedback in Software Development

The company you work for has a policy that all public emails from an executive should be written by someone with a clear head and proper training. That someone is you. ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

Productive Conflict at Work: Simple Guidelines to Keep it Positive

You know conflict at work can be productive for many reasons. But do you know how to engage in and manage conflict in a way that stays positive, productive, and valuable to your team? ...
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How to Lead When Your Team Resists Change

You’ve noticed a problem, spent the last four days meeting with finance, strategizing, and building an action plan. You’re energized about what your team will achieve, your boss and peers are on board, and it’s time to meet with your team to roll out the new process. ...
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hackernoon.com berichtet:

Heatmaps 101: What are Heatmaps and How to Use Them in your Business

Data has changed our lives drastically. So much so, that there are many debates and discussions on how data has surpassed oil as a commodity. Although you can’t really compare the two, data is a valuable resource, and data is to the digital economy what oil is to the industrial economy. ...
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Faking Agile Metrics or Cooking the Agile Books

Imagine you're a Scrum Master and the line manager of your team believes that the best sign for a successful agile transformation is a steady increase ...
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fuer-gruender.de berichtet:

Projektmanagement optimieren: Goodbye Excel-Listen und E-Mails

Die Ursache hierfür ist schnell gefunden: unzureichendes Projektmanagement. Klar, strukturiertes Arbeiten und gutes Projektmanagement können ...
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prnewswire.com berichtet:

On the EDGE of Chaos: ThoughtWorkers Publish Book on Value-Driven Digital Transformation

ThoughtWorks, a global software consultancy, ... books Adaptive Leadership and Agile Project Management.
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How to answer 7 top DevOps interview questions

“The reason I ask how a person views his team and manager is to better ... Read also: Top 7 open source project management tools for agile teams. ] ...
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pcwelt.de berichtet:

Scrum richtig einsetzen

... und Ziele, die das Team gemeinsam umsetzen soll, sammelt der Product Owner im Product Backlog, eine Art Projektblaupause. Ändern sich ...
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Agilität erlernen? Agilität erleben!

Wer hat noch nicht von Scrum oder Agile gehört? Viele Leute wissen nicht, dass hinter Agilität mehr als eine fest definierte Methode wie Scrum steht, ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

Agile Project Management for Distributed Teams

Agile project management is an iterative approach to delivering requirements throughout the project life cycle. Likewise, we live in a world where the ...
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Traditional IT postmortems are dead in the agile age

[ Is your team really doing agile – or just breaking legacy process into sprints? Read also: Beware the dark side of agile project management. ] ...
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itweb.co.za berichtet:

Predictive and adaptive thinking in IT

Agile projects typically have delivery timeframes of two weeks, where a ... Both methods have their place, and research by the Project Management ...
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haufe.de berichtet:

Unternehmen arbeiten agil, sind es aber nicht

... Viele Unternehmen in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz arbeiten zwar bereits mit agilen Methoden wie Scrum und Kanban (doing agile).
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dev-insider.de berichtet:

Strukturiertere Kanban-Boards mit Zenkit

In agilen Teams sorgt das Kanban Board für eine klare Aufgabenverteilung. Doch in Großprojekten kann die Tafel schnell ausufern. Zenkit will mit ...
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pressebox.de berichtet:

Kanban ist mehr als nur ein Board

Das Board ist das bekannteste Element des Kanban. Doch es steckt viel mehr hinter dieser Methode. Mit Kanban gestalten Sie die Prozesse in Ihrem ...
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idw-online.de berichtet:

4. Internationale Studie „Status Quo (Scaled) Agile“ – Hochschule Koblenz sucht ...

Agile Methoden wie Scrum, IT-Kanban oder Design Thinking haben in den letzten Jahren sehr stark an Bedeutung gewonnen. Verfolgt man die ...
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infoq.com berichtet:

Liberating Structures - an Antidote to Zombie Scrum

Supporting the product owner in testing the viability of its product strategy. This helps expose assumptions and uncertainties and define next steps.
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Project Management Institute präsentiert die 50 einflussreichsten Projekte der letzten 50 Jahre

„Die von uns ermittelten Projekte bieten unglaubliche Einblicke in die Art und Weise, wie das Projektmanagement die Welt zum Guten verändert hat, ...
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