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Review of Product Development Books

Now that a software “Done” Milestone is more like a Tombstone ...
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Technical Debt, Loans & Costs

I listened to The Ultimate Metric: Identifying the Right Problems to Solve. The guest, Janelle Klein, said: ...
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What Makes Scrum Masters Successful? Insights from a Conversation Between 30 Scrum Masters

During a recent meetup of The Liberators Network, we got together with 30 enthusiastic Scrum Masters. Together, we explored what made our success possible. We used a string of Liberating Structures to explore three aspects; ...
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Now That’s Radical! Build a More Collaborative, Productive Team With More (Yes, More!) Meetings

You’re sitting around the table, listening to one person after another drone on and on about topics that you find irrelevant and frankly boring, while the work you really should be doing has to wait until this interminable meeting is over. ...
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How to Use the SCARF Framework to Manage Change on Projects

In a recent interview we asked Carole Osterweil, author of Project Delivery, Uncertainty and Neuroscience – A Leader’s Guide to Walking in Fog for her top tip for working in a VUCA environment. ...
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The Ocean’s Eleven way to Project Management

What we can learn about adhocracy and flexible management from a popular Hollywood film ...
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Rituals for successful public speaking

The great thing about imposter syndrome is that feeling completely and utterly out of my depth is actually quite a familiar feeling, and therefore somewhat comforting. As such I’m not really scared off by the prospect of doing something that is “new to me”, “against the rules”, “not my job” or “in an unfamiliar domain”. ...
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Figuring Out Organizational Culture

Some time ago, I had a lengthy exchange about how we work at Lunar Logic, which behaviors are OK and which are not. ...
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The Product Roadmap Agility Checklist

I see many versions of product roadmaps in my work. Unfortunately very few pass this agility test. Does your product roadmap pass the Product Roadmap Agility checklist? ...
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Nobody really owns product work

A few years ago I helped design the search feature for Basecamp 3. We’d invented a unique Mad Libs-style interface, and I was rather fond of how it turned out. ...
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Lean, Agile, & Design Thinking by Jeff Gothelf

Good product development practices are supposed to be built upon alignment and shared understanding, Jeff Gothelf, Author of Sense & Respond tells us at #mtpcon Singapore. ...
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agile transformation at Avanza: a case study

Agile Transformation (capital A and T) and agile transformation. Same words, vastly different concepts. An “Agile Transformation” is a cookie-cutter product that anyone can buy off the shelf. It comes with manuals, guides, predefined role descriptions, and everything else you need to get your organization looking and sounding like an Agile organization. ...
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7 types of Agile Coaches

As an Agile coach, I have helped many teams improve their effectiveness in recent years. What surprises me is that the most difficult teams to improve are the teams that you yourself are part of; ...
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Warum ein Product Owner Produkt-Dekomposition beherrschen sollte

Wer im Internet nach dem Begriff „Produkt Dekomposition“ sucht, wird im Moment nicht sehr viele Treffer landen. Jedenfalls nicht im dem Zusammenhang wie er in der Agile Produktentwicklung verwendet wird. ...
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Das Cynefin-Modell: ein Problem auf Komplexitätsgrad prüfen, bevor man sich auf den Lösungsweg begibt

Problem ist nicht gleich Problem. Wenn ich eine Pizza backen will, nehme ich mir ein Kochbuch und folge der Anweisung Schritt für Schritt. ...
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Der agile dritte Raum

Neue akademische Handlungsfelder und professionelle Rollen von Akademikern haben in vielen Hochschulen einen Raum hervorgebracht, der weder im Kernbereich von wissenschaftlicher oder künstlerischer Lehre und Forschung noch in der Administration oder in der Hochschulleitung angesiedelt ist. ...
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Selling your Project to Executives

Sometimes we have an idea for a project that we know is valuable and of benefit to the organization, but we can’t get it started. ...
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Agile advice from our ancestors

Old sayings might not be the first thing which comes to mind when considering agility, there are many proverbs which are apropos. ...
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The core of knowledge

You got to hand to the guy: he is passionate about his subject. Of course, he's also the first person to tell you that his most infamous invention, the "Black Swan", is black - - that is, extraordinarily rare - - because there are no statistics to predict it. ...
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mindiply.com berichtet:

How to avoid some of the most common organisational problems in project management before it’s too late

It’s a common mantra that “no two projects are alike”. Even if you are working on a project similar to another one you did in the past, it is very likely that there will be some problems uniquely crafted for that particular project. ...
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The Ultimate Guide to Easy Dashboards for Projects

How do you get a quick overview of what is happening on your project? When deadlines seem to be zooming past at a frightening rate, and this is only one of several projects you are juggling at the same time, it can feel like you don’t have a grip on what’s happening on your project. ...
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Review User Story Mapping

Jeff Patton wrote the book User Story Mapping. Story mapping it’s a tool to enable your team to hold better conversations about the project throughout the development process. ...
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Story Points – Leave Them, Don’t Love Them

Last week Anthony Mersino published a blog entry titled Story Points – Love Them or Leave Them? He ended his blog entry with the question, “What do you think?” ...
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The Engineering Leader's Guide to Discipline

Last week I listen to an amazing new podcast from @twentyminutevc with Mathilde Collin, the Co-Founder & CEO @ Front, and the main subject was “discipline”, the discipline in your day-to-day, week-to-week, month-to-month and year-to-year work, that discipline that helps you to achieve your goals, that discipline that is so simple to understand but hard to follow. ...
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qz.com berichtet:

How to control your emotions when you’re at work

Strong emotions are inevitable in today’s busy, stressful work world. Maybe you’ve been so frustrated with a colleague that you exploded with anger. Or perhaps you cried after getting feedback. If you’re anything like the high-achievers I coach, then you may wrangle with fear of not measuring up to the expectations you have of yourself. ...
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The best way to sit at your desk for every type of work task

Many people spend the majority of their waking hours sitting—at home, commuting, and at work. Particularly when we’re sitting for long periods at a desk, there are a few things we should keep in mind. ...
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22 Team-Building Activities Your Co-workers Won’t Hate (We Promise)

“Team building” is a term you probably first encountered years ago. Maybe when you were in elementary school and your class had to work together to solve a puzzle. ...
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Should product roadmaps have dates?

If product roadmaps should show dates is a controversial question. Some people have passionately argued that dates should be banned from roadmaps; others claim that they are useful. ...
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medium.com berichtet:

How we hold each other accountable in a self-organized company

The topic of accountability seems taboo in the Agile and new work communities. We like to assume the best in people?—?that they are trustworthy adults and will do the right thing. ...
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The DevOps Phenomenon

A traditional software company releases its flagship product infrequently—as rarely as every few years. ...
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Die fünf Phasen einer Retrospektive

Eines der 12 Prinzipien des agilen Manifesto lautet: „In regelmäßigen Abständen reflektiert das Team, wie es effektiver werden kann, und passt sein Verhalten entsprechend an.“ ...
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entwickler.de berichtet:

DevOps Conference 2019 eröffnet: „Empathie ist die Essenz von DevOps“

Agile und die Idee, die hinter agiler Softwareentwicklung sind ganz klare Kernbereiche des DevOps-Universums, genau wie die Automatisierung.
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Why Scrum Is Awesome for Project Managers

This is a common question in my Professional Scrum classes. It often comes up right after we discuss that there are three roles in Scrum, and project ...
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cio.de berichtet:

Flughafen Stuttgart bringt Ordnung in seine Projekte

Mit SAPs Lösung für Portfolio und Projektmanagement standardisiert der Flughafen Stuttgart seine Prozesse. Die Umsetzung erfolgte mithilfe der ...
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pressebox.de berichtet:

Der Product Owner – Hidden Champion im Scrum Team?

Im Gegensatz zum Scrum Master steht der PO dabei oft im Hintergrund - auch aufgrund der mutmaßlichen Ähnlichkeit zur Rolle des Projektleiters.
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From Project Management to Team Integration: Key Issues in the Management of the Human ...

Abstract: From Project Management to Team Integration shows that human resource management (HRM) in projects is unique and requires special ...
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onvista.de berichtet:

DGAP-News: Scope bescheinigt PROJECT Managementqualität auf Premiumlevel (deutsch)

DGAP-News: Scope bescheinigt PROJECT Managementqualität auf ... Immobilienentwicklungen auf Lean Management-Prozesse ist es unser Ziel, ...
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erp-news.info berichtet:

Warum starre Projektmanagement-Methoden im agilen CRM-Umfeld falsch sind

Das klassische Projektmanagement, ist oft sehr starr und wenig flexibel. Das Ziel wird zu Beginn definiert und auch die Projektschritte, Meilensteine, ...
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pressebox.de berichtet:

Technisches Dokumentenmanagement für Projektarbeit gefragt

Eine Studie der Fachzeitschrift QZ (Qualität und Zuverlässigkeit) bestätigt den von PROCAD verfolgten DMStec-Ansatz eines ...
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siliconindia.com berichtet:

What is it like to have a Great Scrum Team?

Scrum is a proven way to address complex adaptive problems and deliver products with the highest possible value. A good Agile and Scrum training ...
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