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ivanblatter.com berichtet:

Meine besten Tipps fürs Home-Office

Meine Frau und ich arbeiten beide im Home-Office – sogar bewusst im selben Raum. Das funktioniert ganz hervorragend, wir arbeiten hier sehr produktiv. ...
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t2informatik.de berichtet:

Quo vadis, Meeting-Kultur?

Wie viel Zeit verbringen Sie wohl pro Jahr in Meetings? 50 Stunden? 100 Stunden? Laut einer Studie¹ verbringen Büroangestellte 198 Stunden pro Jahr in Meetings. Das sind fast 25 Arbeitstage im Durchschnitt. Viel Zeit. ...
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How to end meetings like a pro

4 meeting commitments: Respect time. Strengthen connection. Maximize talent. Do stuff. (Do things that are best done with others.) ...
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Do's und Don'ts für verteilte Teamarbeit

Bis vor einigen Wochen schien es noch ungewöhnlich zu sein, ausschließlich aus dem Homeoffice heraus zu arbeiten. Der Verwunderung - “Ihr habt gar kein gemeinsames Büro?!?” - folgte oft die Schlussfolgerung “Oh. Du arbeitest also immer alleine!”. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Development Team Anti-Patterns

After covering the Scrum Master and the Product Owner, this article addresses Development Team anti-patterns, covering all Scrum Events as well as the Product Backlog artifact. Learn more about what to look out for if you want to support your fellow teammates. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Product Owner vs Project Manager

What is a Product Owner? What are the differences between a Product Owner and Project Manager? Isn’t a Product Owner some kind of an Agile Project Manager? ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Sprint Goal Template

The Sprint Goal is mentioned numerous times in the Scrum Guide, however it can be over looked by many teams or seen as an "oh yeah" moment when teams are finishing Sprint Planning. ...
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6 Anti-Patterns Preventing Agile Teams from Self-Organizing

People have different cultural backgrounds, habits, beliefs, interests, capabilities, knowledge, skills, and temperaments. When put together on a team, they can’t always be governed by a rulebook to become self-organized. The dynamics among them have to be understood to recognize the anti-patterns first. Here are six anti-patterns that must be avoided and remediated to help teams move toward self-organization. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Refinement Revised

One of the concepts that, when you hear it for the first time, needs some explanation is Product Backlog Refinement. Understandable when you worked in a plan-driven approach for a long time, where you first analyze, then design, build, test and finally run a product. This concept of refining makes some sense, but to plot it in that original process then seems hard. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Lean Coffee in 5 Minutes

Lean Coffee is a powerful meeting facilitation technique that can be used in coffee shops, conferences, open space, Scrum events or simply replace existing corporate meeting formats. ...
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Remote Scrum: Agiles Arbeiten in verteilten Teams

Die Coronakrise hat uns fest im Griff und Unternehmen schicken ihre Mitarbeiter ins Home-Office, um von dort aus zu arbeiten. In meinem aktuellen Projekt arbeiten wir derzeit nun auch komplett verteilt. Wie kann Remote Scrum funktionieren und was braucht es, um agiles Arbeiten in verteilten Teams erfolgreich zu gestalten? ...
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Remote Retrospektive: Tools, Tipps und Tricks

Remote Work ist in Deutschland noch nicht so stark verbreitet. Obwohl viele Unternehmen bereits abteilungsübergreifend bzw. mit externen Dienstleistern remote arbeiten, scheuen sie sich davor, ihren eigenen Mitarbeitern Remote Working zu ermöglichen. ...
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Retrospektive Remote – Team-Reflexion im Home-Office

Die Retrospektive steht an, aber dein Team ist im Home-Office? Das ist kein Grund die virtuelle Flinte ins virtuelle Korn zu werfen. Produktive Retrospektive können online auch ohne teure Tools durchgeführt werden. ...
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Stärken stärken – Schwächen irrelevant machen

Müssen Fische auf Bäume klettern können? Selbstverständlich nicht! Warum werden also Mitarbeiter regelmäßig angehalten, an ihren Schwächen zu arbeiten? ...
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flowwork.rocks berichtet:

Creative Destruction

Nachdem ich im letzten Artikel zu Wardley Maps dargestellt habe, welche Folgen Inertia für Deine Organisation haben kann, möchte ich heute einen (möglichen) Lösungsweg aus der Situation aufzeigen: Die Rede ist von Creative Destruction oder Schöpferischer Zerstörung. ...
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mpug.com berichtet:

The Best Ten Microsoft Project Tips for Beginners

There is an old adage which says, “Well begun is half done.” It means that once you start something well, the rest will become easier, and it’s especially true when learning Microsoft Project (MSP). ...
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themuse.com berichtet:

7 Project Manager Interview Questions and How to Answer Them (With Examples!)

Project managers keep things running at almost any type of organization, whether it’s a small nonprofit, a growing startup, or a giant corporation. If you’ve just landed an interview for a project management role, congratulations! ...
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6 Helpful Tips for Managing International Projects

“Dear Elizabeth: Can you help me with starting right on an international project? I will be responsible for the delivery of 3 projects in Australia and New Zealand. I have a formal project management certification, but managing projects with international teams is new to me. Any tips?” ...
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Eliciting Capabilities

All project success starts with knowing what done looks like in unitys of measure meaningful to the decision makers. These units start with effectiveness and performance. ...
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jrothman.com berichtet:

Build Team Resilience Summary (Part 4)

If you're like many of the teams I meet, you've sort of got a handle on things. You can release. Your product mostly works. ...
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sourcelevel.io berichtet:

Top 10 Agile and Engineering Metrics That Makes Sense When Dealing With Software Teams

Every conversation I have with CTOs, Engineering Managers, and Tech Leaders eventually gets to the “what should we measure?” discussion. ...
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Podcast: Is Management Training Worth It?

And which managers stand to benefit most? Find out on this episode of The Insightful Leader. ...
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What is Servant Leadership? Project Leadership at its Best | Video

Servant leader. That sounds pretty much like a contradiction in terms, but it is a profoundly important idea. Indeed, I’d argue that servant leadership the single most valuable approach to leadership. And it’s an approach that no leader can afford to ignore. ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

5 Things In The Office Blocking Your Productivity

Productivity is a big issue. When a workplace is inefficient, it leads to missed deadlines, eats time, and affects employee morale. In extreme cases, it can even make your company a less safe place to work. ...
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How organizational silos form

They sneak up on us with a whisper but resonate loudly for decades. It can be hard to explain how they form and even harder to undo them once they have taken hold. We don’t plan for them and we don’t mean for them to happen. But they do. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Multi-Functional Learning is the Heart of Agility

In this article, we shall investigate why the learning and development of multi-functional specialists in Scrum is the core of organizational Agility and value optimization. Many Development Teams are not collaborating as real teams, but as a collection of narrow specialists focused on "their" tasks (QA, Backend, iOS, Android). That leads to an ever-increasing number of explicit and implicit backlogs, "dependencies," extensive Work-In-Progress (WIP), queues, and unsatisfactory lead times. How does it affect organizational Agility and what to do about it? ...
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What is the Recommended Scrum Team Size?

Nearly every client I work with asks me this question at some point. The Scrum Guide offers very limited guidance, suggesting 3-9 people per team (exclusive of ScrumMaster and Product Owner), without giving reasons or context for those numbers. ...
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svpg.com berichtet:

Working From Home

For many readers it might seem surprising to you to see me publish on working from home when I’m such a vocal fan of the magic of co-located teams. But in this situation of COVID-19, with the need to delay the spread as much as possible, it is far more important to keep you, your families, and your communities safe. ...
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romanpichler.com berichtet:

How to overcome 6 key product leadership challenges

Products are developed, provided, and enhanced by people, and effectively leading them is crucial to achieve product success. But leading stakeholders and development teams is hard: It requires product managers and product owners to overcome six leadership challenges that range from lacking transactional power to guiding self-organising teams. ...
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Development Team Anti-Patterns

After covering the Scrum Master and the Product Owner, this article addresses Development Team anti-patterns, covering all Scrum Events as well as ...
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cio.de berichtet:

Agile Methoden in der Maschinenentwicklung

... Project Management Development bei der KRONES AG. "Dafür müssen sie das nötige Umfeld schaffen und sich die erforderlichen Tools besorgen.
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com-magazin.de berichtet:

Warum es sinnvoll ist, Experten zeitlich begrenzt zu engagieren

Sei es für ein Digitalisierungsprojekt oder Umstrukturierungsprojekte, Manager auf Zeit bieten Unternehmen neue Möglichkeiten. Will ein Unternehmen ...
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Wie Unternehmen von DevOps profitieren

In der Software-Entwicklung ist DevOps inzwischen ebenso unverzichtbar wie im IT-Projekt-Management. Software etwa lässt sich mit DevOps ...
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Achieving Successful Data Science Projects with Automation

As the entire process becomes too time-consuming, to achieve a successful AI project, a number of companies are migrating towards adding machine ...
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cio.de berichtet:

Scrum Master und Product Owner sind on top

Freiberufler profitieren auch 2020 vom Fachkräftemangel. Die Plattform freelancermap gibt einen Ausblick, welche IT-Spezialisten stark gefragt sein ...
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Why This Cat Digital Manager Swears by Agile

The project was one of the first to fully embrace and execute true Agile methodology. “It was easy to convince the digital side, but harder to convince the ...
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5 Benefits of Artificial Intelligence in Project Management

Perform risk modeling and analysis based on changes to scope, available resources, reduced budget, etc. This is especially useful as Agile project ...
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infoq.com berichtet:

3 Disciplines for Leading a Distributed Agile Organization

A practitioner-driven conference, QCon is designed for technical team leads, architects, engineering directors, and project managers who influence ...
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der-bank-blog.de berichtet:

7 Thesen zum Erfolg von Kostenmanagement-Programmen

Kostenmanagement wird daher vom Projekt zu einer Daueraufgabe für das ganze Haus. Fazit: Auf Umsetzung und Change kommt es an. Ein klares ...
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Drei agile Grundlagen spielerisch erleben mit Magic Maze

... Scrum, Kanban) und für ein tieferes Verständnis typische agile Grundlagen spielerisch erfahren möchten, lege ich Ihnen Magic Maze ans Herz: Ich ...
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