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The 4 best in customer support project management solutions

Presented in alphabetical order, here are the top 4 products with the highest customer support sentiment across all reviewed project management ...
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appinventiv.com berichtet:

Project Managers vs Product Managers: Difference, Roles & Challenges

In the same respect, Product Managers and Project Managers have their own set of responsibilities to fulfill. They are accountable for the management ...
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it-zoom.de berichtet:

Agil in die Zukunft

Bis vor zwei Jahren war das Vendor und Contract Management dieser ... Laut Sebastian Engelke hat das Projekt sogar Strahlwirkung über die ...
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computerwelt.at berichtet:

Daten- und Architekturstandards in der agilen Entwicklung etablieren

... arbeiten, die in der Regel zwei bis vier Wochen lang sind, und Product Owner den Backlog in der Regel mit priorisierten Funktionen überfrachten.
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scrumatscale.com berichtet:

About Scrum at Scale, LLC

Scrum at Scale, LLC is a joint venture between Scrum, Inc. and Scrum Alliance; it was created to support the Scrum at Scale framework.
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scrum.org berichtet:

How Can Agile Leaders Create the Right Context for Ownership

The core responsibility of the agile leader is creating the right context for the agile teams so they can thrive and self-manage. One of the characteristics ...
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dev-insider.de berichtet:

Agile Entwicklung um jeden Preis?

Doch geht es auch ohne Sprints und Projekt Owner? ... Fast immer mangelt es an einem kompetenten Product Owner, der alles im Blick hat, der das ...
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e-3.de berichtet:

DevOps, aber sicher

Entwicklung und Betrieb von Software zu integrieren ist ein erklärtes Ziel jeder ... Zwar erschwert es die agile Organisation, von Anfang an Entwicklung, ... mit Development und Security auch heute noch zwei Welten aufeinander.
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hbr.org berichtet:

When Waterfall Principles Sneak Back Into Agile Workflows

I just sat through a project management meeting where I saw AgileFall happen first-hand. The good news is that a few tweaks in process got us back ...
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knowtechie.com berichtet:

A complete guide to agile software development and its benefits

Agile software development is an approach to software development and project management and refers to a group of software development ...
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it.toolbox.com berichtet:

Is Scrum Training Needed? Answer Three Important Questions

Sometimes emails come to me about this topic so I decided to write a reply to this topic. The question was: Does Scrum Training Need? The real ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

What's a Manager's Role on a Scrum Team?

Did you know the word “Manager” does not show up once in the Scrum Guide? If I were a manager in a fortune 500 organization with a mortgage and ...
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Introducing the Zombie Scrum Symptom Checker

Want to know if your team or organisation is suffering from Zombie Scrum? Find out with our free symptom checker and get help. And join our ...
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Aufsteigen, ohne Chef zu sein: Expertenkarrieren bei Otto

... mit entsprechenden agilen Führungsrollen, wie dem Scrum Master oder dem Product Owner, stärkt ein Unternehmen nach innen und nach außen.
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Aus der agilen Methodenkiste: Pair Working, Pair Writing

Wie schaffen es Agilisten, schneller Ergebnisse zu erzielen, dabei auch noch eine bessere Qualität zu erreichen und trotzdem entspannter als manch anderer in den Feierabend zu gehen? Ganz einfach: Sie arbeiten alles doppelt. ...
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Folge 78: Das Four Tendencies Framework (mit Amy Dallas)

Das Four Tendencies Framework (dt. Titel: “Die 4 Happiness-Typen”) ist ein Framework, das dabei helfen kann, die Mitglieder im eigenen Team besser zu verstehen. ...
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t3n.de berichtet:

Digital Detox: Warum wir uns die Fähigkeit erhalten sollten, Abwesenheit zu ertragen

Die Digitalisierung ist weder gut noch böse. Die Herausforderung besteht darin, richtig mit ihr umzugehen. ...
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Unterschiede zwischen klassischem und agilem Projektmanagement (Teil 1)

Klassisch oder agil – zwei Methodiken im Projektmanagement, wie sie unterschiedlicher nicht sein könnten: Sicher, jeder Projektleiter möchte sein Projekt zum Erfolg führen, doch die Grundideen und das Vorgehen der beiden Ansätze scheinen komplett gegensätzlich. ...
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Solving Impediments as a Team

The main message of the retrospective was clear: there are too many interruptions by stakeholders and the senior management. The interruptions impeded the flow of work through the team. ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

The Four Questions of a Retrospective and Why They Work

Conducting Retrospectives frequently and regularly supports a team to continuously improve their performance — but what’s the best way to go about it? ...
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Am Handlauf in den Entscheiderkreis – Runden und Kreise

Seine erste Gruppenrunde. Man traf sich in einem der zahllosen Besprechungsräume, deren triste Funktionalität jeden Anflug von Kreativität sofort im Keim erstickte. ...
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Warum der Begriff VUCA nicht taugt

In meiner Filterblase taucht der Begriff VUCA verhältnismäßig oft auf. So gehört dieses Akronym zum Beratersprech, um die umfassenden Veränderungen auf technologischer, sozialer, ökonomischer oder politischer Ebene zu vermitteln. ...
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hackernoon.com berichtet:

The API-based Business Model

Nothing beats the success story of a visionary leader who decides to take a bold course that sets the standard for how an industry operates. In the realm of technology, one of these stories is the infamous API mandate that Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, sent out in 2002. ...
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fastcompany.com berichtet:

The problem with autonomous cars that no one’s talking about

Autonomous cars need to learn how to drive like a local. On a recent research trip, I found myself in the back of a taxi in New Delhi, amid a dizzying mix of car horns and exhaust. What initially seemed like complete chaos—a flurry of cars, buses, auto-rickshaws, motorbikes, and the occasional cow—turned out to be a flow of traffic where everyone works together to keep everything moving. ...
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mpug.com berichtet:

Don’t Turn your Critical Path into a Slippery Path

In my last article, I covered four misconceptions about critical path. Now, I’ll be going through some of the mechanics of finding the critical path in a project, so that you have a better understanding how it evolves. ...
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Does closeout vary between projects following an adaptive rather than a predictive life cycle?

Completion of a project usually focuses on financial and administrative activities such as transitioning verified and accepted deliverables to customers, getting final sign off on the project, closing open contracts, recognizing team accomplishments, survey stakeholder satisfaction, archiving key project outputs and so on. ...
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Benefits Management Template [Free Download]

Over in our Facebook group I asked what templates people would like me to create and Denise said a simple benefits management plan. ...
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clarizen.com berichtet:

7 Characteristics of High-Performance Agile IT Teams

What separates elite, high-performance agile IT teams in some enterprises, from their hard-working — and in some cases even harder working — yet less successful counterparts in other enterprises? It is not that they borrow a page from the Folger’s Crystals playbook and secretly replace all team members with accomplished Scrum masters. ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

How to Create an Easy Pareto Chart to Highlight Your Biggest Opportunities

A Pareto chart is a bar especially designed to show information in descending order. Read on to learn when to use it and how to easily create one. ...
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leadingagile.com berichtet:

How do you track value in an agile transformation?

There are a lot of vanity metrics floating around in Agile. The fact of the matter is it doesn’t matter how many ScrumMasters you run through a CSM class, it doesn’t matter how many people you train, and how many daily standups you run. ...
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5 Machine Learning Lessons for Product Managers

We all use AI or machine learning (ML)-driven products almost every day, and the number of these products will be growing exponentially over the next couple of years. ...
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widerfunnel.com berichtet:

Going from 10 to 100 experiments per year: Building the frame

Applying a lesson from Henry Ford to your experimentation program. If someone gave you $5,000 and a pile of scrap material and asked you to build a car, how would you do it? ...
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It's Not Just Culture: When Teams Impede Agile Adoption

Cultural norms can hamper successful agile transformation, and organizational culture is the most reported challenge to agile adoption. Many of these habits and customs are started and perpetuated by senior leadership. But that’s often not the only source of resistance to becoming agile. ...
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The Story of 3 Change Agents

In product development it is common to come up with personas to reflect the customers that you have or hope to have in order to better identify assumptions and features that you might build. ...
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ronjeffries.com berichtet:

Some Thoughts on Estimation

Many people object to the tag #noEstimates on the grounds that it is too binary, too contentious, impossible to attain, and so on. My plan is to set that objection aside quickly. ...
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infoq.com berichtet:

Breaking Hierarchy - How Spotify Enables Engineer Decision Making

Kristian Lindwall shares how Spotify approaches the problem of fully leveraging the capacity of everyone in the organization. They have made efforts around how they position their engineers equal to managers, how they drive technical strategy and make decisions. ...
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jrothman.com berichtet:

Where I Think “Agile” is Headed, Part 4: What Does “Agile” Mean?

I understand that people want what they perceive as the value “Agile” will bring them. Let's return to the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, what I call the “Agile Manifesto.” (Dave Thomas would have a problem with that, but I'll use it as shorthand.) ...
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jrothman.com berichtet:

Where I Think “Agile” is Headed, Part 5: Summary

I suggested various alternatives in the earlier posts and offered plenty of pointers to other readings. This post is about what you can do to create an agile culture, regardless of where you are in the organization. ...
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projecttimes.com berichtet:

Budget Management With Agile Projects

This article aims to provide insights on the way budgets could be managed for Agile projects. As I have been in the banking industry for the last 10 years, I would support my proposition with the budgeting approach in banks. ...
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weforum.org berichtet:

We must treat cybersecurity as a public good. Here's why

Soon your fridge will be able to buy your food on Amazon, having noticed what you liked on Facebook and Instagram. Cybersecurity is crucial for this to happen; to make sure that, while our food preferences are being noted, our identity is not stolen, credit cards not cloned, and our devices are not tampered with by malicious actors out to steal data or modify a machine’s behaviour. ...
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