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forbes.com berichtet:

How To Measure Value With An Agile Agency Team

Adopting an Agile approach not only improved our workflow processes and project management acumen, but it also helped us deliver greater value ...
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3 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Kanban Board

Kanban started off as a scheduling system for lean and efficient manufacturing in Japan but has quickly evolved into a project and task management ...
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lead-digital.de berichtet:

Warum es lohnt KPI's, Umsätze und Co. online zu teilen

In Deutschland teilt das junge Team vom Projekt-Management-Tool Scrumpy seine Metriken mit der Welt. Außerdem sieht man auf ihrer öffentlichen ...
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Die Kultur des zuhörens

Die meisten Menschen sind während eines Gesprächs damit beschäftigt, sich Gedanken darüber zu machen, was sie als nächstes sagen möchten. ...
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Diese 12 Regeln gelten für meine To-do-Liste und sorgen für Todo-List Zero!

Regeln für eine To-do-Liste, ist das wirklich notwendig? Immer diese Regeln, das ist doch mühsam. ...
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ivanblatter.com berichtet:

Vier Probleme, die bei Kollaboration entstehen, und was du dagegen tun kannst

Kollaboration ist in aller Munde – doch sie kann durchaus auch zu Problemen führen. Welche vier Probleme entstehen können und was du dagegen tun kannst, bespreche ich in dieser Folge. ...
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toolblog.de berichtet:

Welches Diagramm eignet sich für welche Daten?

Als ausgesprochenes Augentier war ich schon immer ein großer Anhänger von Visualisierungsmethoden, wie dem geneigten Leser dieses Blogs nicht entgangen sein dürfte. ...
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Two rules that make you look smart when you ask questions

You’ve heard reporters ask, “Don’t you agree,” during interviews. That’s an idiotic question for a reporter to ask. ...
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zenhabits.net berichtet:

How to Have More Focused Hours in Your Day

I was talking to someone today and he said that with all the time he spends putzing around on the internet, he gets maybe 2 hours of focused time a day. ...
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marc-widmann.de berichtet:

Vom „Magischen Dreieck“ zu den „Sechs Interdependenzen“

Die Projektzielgrößen, das magische Dreieck, Tripple Constraint oder auch Objectives Triangle genannt ist eine konsolidierte Darstellung der Projektziele. ...
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marc-widmann.de berichtet:

Wie stelle ich das beste Team zusammen?

Teamzusammensetzung und Rollenverständnis sind ein Erfolgsfaktor für eine ergolgreiche Projektdurchführung. Ein optimaler Mix an Kollegen im Team mit verschiedensten Eigenschaften kann anhand dem Modell von Belbin analysiert und definiert werden. ...
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Four Questions to Fix Low Attendance at Your Sprint Reviews

Have you ever fallen asleep during a sprint review? Me either. But I can imagine it happening. How about skipping a sprint review because you knew it would be boring? No, but I’ve been tempted. And I suspect you have been, too. ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

Continuous Improvement Activities Beyond the Retrospective

If you seek to build a high-performing team, there are many more improvement activities you should consider adopting. ...
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empowering.team berichtet:

Principle-based Agile Implementation in Conservative Environment

Driven by the need for increased efficiency in operational processes a multitude of modern organizational forms are emerging that seriously question conventional organizational structures. ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

4 Kanban Core Practices to Improve Your Scrum Workflow

Does your Scrum board honestly make you feel tired, what with its 20+ columns and far too complicated workflow? If the answer is yes, then it's the right time for you to look back and remove that complexity. And thankfully, Kanban can help. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

Sprint Planning with Kanban

A few months ago we looked at how teams can optimize flow across the Sprint boundary, a technique which is founded on their ability to make limited and sustainable commitments. ...
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Im Ballsaal der Titanic

So manche agile Transformation endet letztlich damit, dass im Ballsaal der Titanic statt langsamem Walzer jetzt Rock ’n‘ Roll getanzt wird und die Liegestühle an Deck hübscher dekoriert sind. ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

An Agile Transformation Strategy That Actually Works: Demand Change

There is a big difference between talking about change and demanding change, especially if your goal is an Agile transformation. ...
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infoq.com berichtet:

Maybe Agile Is the Problem

“Agile agile Agile agile agile agile Agile agile.” A mantra? Not really, though it may induce an altered state of consciousness. ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

When Scaling Agile Is Not the Answer

My experience is that when people use frameworks for larger efforts, they experience some unexpected side effects. ...
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5 steps to build freedom and trust at work

He reflects an outlook common amongst the 100+ progressive organizations we have visited. In short, hire good people, then trust them with the freedom to get on with their jobs. It puts people in charge of decisions about their own working lives, and they accept they need to deliver in return. ...
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How to foster a high-performance culture (just like buurtzorg and handelsbanken)

Is it true that if employees are engaged that they will perform better? Or is it true that if employees perform better they will be more engaged? ...
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hpwallner.com berichtet:

Die Lösung der Aporie (Ambiguity)

Neue Artikelserie „Umgang mit hoher Komplexität in der Führungsarbeit“. Mein Thema heute: „Die Lösung der Aporie“. Eine Aporie ist ein nicht lösbarer Widerspruch. ...
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Disziplin jenseits des Gehorsams

Kinder sind großartig. Zuweilen auch eine großartige Herausforderung. Ehrlich gesagt sind unsere beiden Töchter das sogar jeden Tag – mehrfach. ...
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schlosser.info berichtet:

Wertschätzung in der Führung: Wozu habe ich diese Persönlichkeit im Team?

Je unübersichtlicher die zu lösenden Aufgaben sind, desto eher brauche ich als Team eine Sammlung kompetenter Typen, die jede für sich auch ihre Besonderheiten haben. Wertschätzung und Transparenz heißt, dies zu erkennen und anzusprechen. ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

Why You Need a Project Steering Committee – And How to Create One

A project steering committee can provide the extra support, guidance, and leverage to give your project an increased chance of success. ...
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Risk: the second thing you do

Managing risk? Can you imagine there's risk to manage? ...
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mpug.com berichtet:

Why Most Project Managers Fail to Differentiate Between Risks and Issues

Jason’s face was totally blank and his eyes were still. He looked completely disinterested in the proceedings. Jason (name changed) is a senior project manager with a small IT services company based in Canada. ...
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Review of Product Development Books

Now that a software “Done” Milestone is more like a Tombstone ...
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jrothman.com berichtet:

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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scrum.org berichtet:

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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mindiply.com berichtet:

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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brodzinski.com berichtet:

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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blog.crisp.se berichtet:

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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viktorcessan.com berichtet:

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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