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hbs.edu berichtet:

An Uncommon Summer: Project Management at an Education Non-Profit

An Uncommon Summer: Project Management at an Education Non-Profit ... Optimizing operations through a consulting project seemed right up my ...
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PMI Study Reveals Top Productivity-Boosting AI Technologies, According to Project Managers

Project Management Institute (PMI) today released its 2019 Pulse of the Profession® In-Depth Report: AI @ Work: New Projects, New Thinking.
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Wie „VUKA“ ist die Welt von Verwaltungen?

Agilität wird als Heilmittel für die Auswirkungen der VUKA-Welt präsentiert. Wenn Verwaltungen sich für agile Vorgehen interessieren, wie VUKA muss dann ihre (Um-)Welt sein, damit Agilität Sinn macht? ...
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Folge 80: Scrumian

Das Product Owner Camp hat uns eingeladen einen Podcast live vor Publikum aufzunehmen – und Dominik ist der Einladung gefolgt ...
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scrum.de berichtet:

5 Tipps zum Scrum-Wert - Respekt

Im Scrum-Guide steht zum Scrum-Wert „Respekt“: „Mitglieder von Scrum-Teams respektieren sich gegenseitig als fähige, eigenverantwortliche Individuen.“ ...
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proagile.de berichtet:

Agilität in der Schule

Ein Lehrerkollegium probiert Scrum aus und ein Schulförderverein beschäftigt sich mit agilen Prinzipien. ...
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Alignment through OKR’s and Hypotheses

When you start to scale and have multiple products and/or teams, alignment becomes paramount. ...
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svpg.com berichtet:

Product vs. Feature Teams

This article is certain to upset many people. I’m sorry for that, but the degree of ongoing noise and confusion surrounding the role of product at tech companies is only getting worse. ...
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Why you should consider stopping sprint reviews

The purpose of the sprint review is for the team to get feedback on what they’ve developed. That feedback can lead to new product backlog items that represent either newly thought of features or adjustments to what was recently developed. ...
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marcusoft.net berichtet:

3 mindset shifts for agile transformations

I have been involved in many agile so-called transformations over my, let’s face it, long career. And the more I get to do that the less I care about the word agile. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Improving the Sprint Review with Liberating Structures (Variant #1)

In this series of posts, we share our favorite strings of Liberating Structures for Scrum Events. In this post, we share the design for a Sprint Review. ...
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techbeacon.com berichtet:

2019 Accelerate State of DevOps: How elites drive high performance

DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA), a group that helps organizations achieve high DevOps and organizational performance with data-driven insights, and Google Cloud have launched the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report. ...
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Warum Höflichkeit gut tut

Ich liebe ja die deutsche Sprache! Allein schon das Wort „Höflichkeit“ erzählt die Hälfte von dem, was ich gern sagen möchte. ...
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Die Krux mit den Besprechungen

Sowie T., dem Protagonisten des letzte Woche erschienenen Fragments des Romans „Am Handlauf in den Entscheiderkreis“, geht es vielen mehrmals täglich: ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

Liberating Structures for Scrum: The Daily Scrum

This Liberating Structures for Scrum meetup addressed the Daily Scrum, particularly the notion that it is barely possible to create a Liberating Structure Daily Scrum string that fits into the 15-minutes time-box of the Daily Scrum. ...
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flowwork.rocks berichtet:

FrooC – Objectives & Key Results

Gestern haben wir mit Iryna Nikolayeva und Peter Bösenberg von BeratungTeam.de den ersten FrooC – Objectives & Key Results durchgeführt. ...
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flowwork.rocks berichtet:

Agile Teams – Size does matter

Das Projekt verspätet sich, Arbeit wird nicht fertig und die ohnehin schon knackig gesetzte Deadline wurde vom Kunden noch einmal nach vorne verschoben. ...
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rgalen.com berichtet:

12 considerations for user story spikes

I periodically do a coaching circle as a service to our agile community. I invite anyone to it and it’s free. Think of it as a Lean Coffee format discussion with folks looking for coaching advice. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

The Meta-Retrospective — How To Get Customers and Stakeholders Onboard

A meta-retrospective is an excellent exercise to foster collaboration within the extended team, create a shared understanding of the big picture, and immediately create valuable action-items. ...
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ideequadrat.org berichtet:

Was Transformation sozialer Organisationen wirklich behindert

Transformation, Change, Veränderung, Agilität, Innovation – Wandel als Normalität und dann kommt es vor allem irgendwie auf die Haltung an, bitte! ...
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priomy.de berichtet:

Neue Studie zur Bedeutung der Unternehmenskultur

Schon vor geraumer Zeit hatte ich den Artikel „Zeigt her Eure Kultur“ hier im priomy Blog veröffentlicht. ...
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inc.com berichtet:

Welcome to the No-Code Software Revolution

"Software is eating the world" says Silicon Valley venture capital icon, Mark Andreessen. You name it: personal computers, the internet, mobile devices, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and self-driving cars. ...
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How open are YOU to changing your launch plans?

During the last week PMI announced that, based on the feedback they had received from stakeholders, they would be delaying the significant changes to the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam which had originally planned to be launched in mid-December 2019 to July 1, 2020. ...
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mpug.com berichtet:

Finding Resource Critical Paths and Eliminating Phantom Float

The schedule in the figure above was leveled in Project using the standard leveling order. Even though it appears to be discontinuous, the critical path is correct. It takes into account the leveling delay (lag) between tasks 4 and 5, but, what is causing that leveling delay? ...
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projecttimes.com berichtet:

Building A Real Project Plan That Delivers The Right Results In The Right Way

Any successful projects that I have delivered during my career required nuance, a bit of art and a reliance on some basic must haves to create a greater likelihood of success no matter the environment, type of technology or time constraints. ...
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What are Project Assumptions?

There may be inherent risks when we make project assumptions. We assume certain things to be true when in fact, they may not be. ...
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clarizen.com berichtet:

The Delphi Method and How It Applies to Project Management

The Delphi Method (named after the famed Oracle of Delphi in Ancient Greece) was first developed by the RAND Corporation after WW2. They had found that traditional methods for trying to predict technological change and future requirements in the military were not proving as successful as they might have hoped. ...
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hackernoon.com berichtet:

6 Software Engineering Outsourcing Risks And How To Avoid Them from Wreaking Havoc

Software engineering outsourcing heavily relies on trusting the team you’ve chosen. You will need to trust their expertise, their abilities and their interest and involvement in the project. ...
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agileforest.com berichtet:

4 GLOBAL TRENDS FROM AGILE 2019

A few weeks ago I had a joy of returning to Washington DC to attend the 2019 Agile Alliance conference. The last time I attended the conference was in 2015 when there was a high focus on scaled approaches as the new kid on the block. ...
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Episode 121: Project Leadership in 2019 with Susanne Madsen

Cesar Abeid and Susanne Madsen talk about today’s new challenges in project leadership and the second edition of her book, The Power of Project Leadership ...
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hbr.org berichtet:

When Teamwork Is Good for Employees — and When It Isn’t

Most work today is done in teams. While teamwork can lead to innovative ideas and strong performance, it can also be stressful. ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

How to Write a Clear Opportunity Statement for Better Problem-Solving

When you set out on a problem-solving effort, it’s important to be clear about the problem you’re going to solve. Even if the whole team knows there’s a problem, you can’t be sure you’re all focused on solving the same problem until everyone comes to an agreement on just what the problem is. ...
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pt-magazin.de berichtet:

Wenn Projekte nur noch nerven … müssen an der Veränderung auch Emotionen beteiligt sein

In der Formulierung, dass Projekte nerven, liegt bereits der wichtigste Schlüssel für die erfolgreiche Veränderung einer Organisation: nämlich den ...
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Digitalisierung als Chance: 5 Thesen wie sie zu Führung 4.0 beiträgt

Digitalisierung ist kein IT-Projekt! Wir sind mitten im Zusammenbruch der alten Welt. Und wir sollten Pionierdenken pflegen. Wir können mit mehr ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

what imply cross-functionality exactly for dev team

Hi, In the scrum guide, there is marked: Development Teams are cross-functional, with all the skills as a team necessary to create a product Increment; ...
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consulting.de berichtet:

Agilität: die häufigsten Fehler

Ein Master in systemischer Beratung und über 100 zertifizierte Aus- und Weiterbildungen im Bereich Systemische Beratung, Scrum, Agile Kompetenz, ...
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infoq.com berichtet:

Appreciation at Work

They are no longer just analysts or project managers, they are called to ... Like many practices introduced by the agile mindset, appreciation is shaping ...
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forbes.com berichtet:

How To Develop Successful Machine Learning Projects On A Budget

It is a natural goal of any organization to maximize the return on investment of their machine learning (ML) projects. To do this, an organization must be ...
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Why agile projects fail: 3 ways to break the cycle

Most agile implementations, however, are not successful. ... attempts are part of the reason failure rates on IT projects are so staggeringly high.
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nature.com berichtet:

A project-management tool from the tech industry could benefit your lab

Scientist fans of 'agile' and 'Scrum' claim that they can help labs to prioritize tasks and cut meeting times — but some research groups are more ...
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