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techradar.com berichtet:

How digital transformation is changing project management

That's because greater communication combined with the trend of agile project management, an outgrowth of digital methodologies, is ushering in an ...
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scoop.co.nz berichtet:

How Do We Manage Project Future?

Today's project managers face far more risks and complications and cannot afford to make the same mistake. All the more so, as we increasingly move ...
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Professional Scrum Developers and Their Importance

What baffles me each time I look at the numbers with regards to Scrum certifications, is the low amount of PSD Certified Software Developers in ...
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dev-insider.de berichtet:

Site Reliability Engineering verwirklicht agiles Paradigma

DevOps, das aus „Development“ und „Operations“ zusammengesetzte ... Der Experte für agile Software-Entwicklung Consol sieht in SRE einen ...
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td.org berichtet:

Aligning Teams for Successful Organizational Change

Me to project team member: “Can you send this information out to the project group? I'll provide a small distribution list along with the email.” Project ...
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Die 7 Verhaltensweisen erfolgreicher agiler Teams

Diese liefern konkrete Vorschläge, mit welchen Rollen (z.B. Scrum Master und Product Owner), Meetings (wie Planning Meetings und Retrospektiven) ...
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The Agile Museum

I've been teaching the class Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) for the last year now and I strongly believe parts of its content will send some of ...
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Project Engagement Lead is Integral to Agile Project's Success

What was needed most was solid project management — and not from the tech team. Robert Jerome, vice president of innovation and technology for ...
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bio-itworld.com berichtet:

Has Validation In An Agile Software Development Environment Come Of Age?

Although Agile software development originated in the 70s ... Requirements are captured in a requirements management tool.
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Making Sense of Product Owner Effectiveness

Can anyone be a product owner (PO)? What's the best position in the company to fill that role? With Scrum you have one and only one product owner ...
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macwelt.de berichtet:

Zenkit – Projektmanagement-Tool für große Teams

In der Grundansicht ist die Kanban-Variante eingestellt, hier kann man schnell nachschauen, auf welchem Stadium sich die jeweilige Aufgabe ...
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computerbild.de berichtet:

Factro

Mit der Projektmanagement-Software „Factro“ behalten Sie Ihre Projekte im Blick. In der Web-App können Sie direkt Ihre Konzepte planen, umsetzen ...
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Outcome Mapping & Scrum: The Story of Amazing Decisions

While the Development Team is responsible for delivering the increment, the Product Owner is responsible for maximizing value by deciding about the ...
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gpm-blog.de berichtet:

Warum brauchen wir mehr Diversität im Projektmanagement?

Warum ist das so? Der Grund ist, dass jedes Projekt unterschiedlich ist und somit nicht jede/r Projektmanager*in automatisch zu jedem Projekt passt.
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scrum.org berichtet:

[VLOG] What Are the Scrum Product Owner Accountabilities

When organisation is transitioning to use Scrum, it is not rare to see people perceive Product Owner as the business analyst or requirements engineer ...
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jaxenter.de berichtet:

Agile Elementarteilchen – Inspect & Adapt

Kontinuierliche Verbesserung ist einer der Kerngedanken agiler Ansätze wie Scrum. Diese Verbesserung ist kein Zufallsprodukt, sondern wird durch ...
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Hier bin ich Mensch, hier darf ich neugierig sein!

Die Digitalisierung verdrängt menschliche Arbeitskraft aus der Wertschöpfung. Sie setzt damit nur fort, was Roboter und Automatisierung schon lange zuvor begonnen haben. ...
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The dangers of helping: are you too helpful

The goal of helping is enabling, not more helping. Over-helpful leaders are over-worked and under-appreciated. Help in ways that strengthen competency and don’t create dependency. ...
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Key Results and the Estimation of Metrics

Nowadays it is almost standard to use OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) in Agile Organizations. It is claimed that this goal-setting-philosophy enables a true delivery/product organization, since the „simple“ application of agile working practices like Scrum or Kanban is not enough to align huge working systems towards a common goal. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

The Sprint Goal Takes Center Stage

About 10 years ago I became part of a Scrum Team. It was my very first experience with Scrum. During these first few months I never heard anyone mention "Sprint Goal". I didn't even know it was something that existed. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

DoD EvoCycle 2.0 - A Simple Technique to Effectively Manage your Definition of "Done"

A couple of months ago I wrote a small blog about the 'DoD EvoCycle'. A simple technique that I use to help the Development Team take ownership of managing their Definition of "Done." Recently, I did a small change to make it simpler and more intuitive. ...
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kanbwana.de berichtet:

Podcast: Was tun, wenn die Mitarbeitenden sich nicht an die WIP-Limits halten?

Häufig werde ich mit dieser folgenden Aussage konfrontiert, wenn ich zur Beratung hinzugezogen werde: "Meine Mitarbeiter halten sich nicht an die WIP-Limits, obwohl sie sie selbst definiert haben und wir vereinbart haben, dass wir uns daran halten." Ein Ausdruck tiefer Frustration darüber, dass von den Ideen der Kanban-Methode die zentrale Idee wohl nicht ankommt! Aber so einfach ist das nicht! ...
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kanbwana.de berichtet:

Ist Kanban agil?

Nein. Naja. Das müssen wir uns genauer ansehen, weil es nicht ganz einfach ist. Die Fragen auf dieser Seite beantworten es aber! ...
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When does swarming make sense?

Most of you know the situation when we had planned some work, let’s say a few different tasks. Then we started most of them, work in parallel and when time is up only a small portion of the work is really completed. In teams working towards deadlines or iterations this usually at least feels bad or has consequences, such as more budget needs to be requested or delay of delivery. ...
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ivanblatter.com berichtet:

Wie der Tag beginnt, wird er auch verlaufen

Ich nehme mir gerne Zeit am Morgen, um mich optimal auf den Tag vorzubereiten. Während diesem Morgenritual versuche ich, alle wichtigen Bereiche zu adressieren. Was genau, wie lange mein Morgenritual dauert, was mir wichtig ist und vieles mehr verrate ich in dieser Folge. ...
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Qualitätssicherung in Workshops

Früher habe ich zu Beginn meiner Workshops Regeln auf ein Flip-Chart geschrieben. Eine dieser Regeln war „keine Elektronik“. Darauf verzichte ich schon lange, weil es für mich vollkommen überflüssig ist. Es kommt praktisch nicht vor, dass jemand sein Smartphone benutzt, nicht einmal dann, wenn es sichtbar auf dem Tisch liegt. ...
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hbr.org berichtet:

Why Constraints Are Good for Innovation

Recent surveys show that managers tend to consider compliance restrictions and a lack of resources as the main obstacles to innovation. This common wisdom suggests eradicating all constraints: by getting rid of rules and boundaries, creativity, and innovative thinking will thrive. ...
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Project Management YouTube Channels: A Round-up of the Best

We’ve done round-ups of the best Project Management Blogs and Twitter Channels. So, now’s the time to look at the best Project Management YouTube Channels. ...
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clarizen.com berichtet:

Milestone vs. Deliverable: What’s the Difference?

During the project planning phase, when drawing up a project’s timeline and setting out key moments along the project’s path, two seemingly interchangeable terms continuously crop up: “milestone” and “deliverable.” ...
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The Practitioner's Handbook of Project Performance

This content focuses on principles and practices of managing complex systems, usually software-intensive systems of systems. This is a specialized topic in the general field of project management. But in the end project management is risk management. ...
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Review: Portfolio Management – A practical guide

Portfolio Management – A practical guide is a publication from the APM Portfolio Management specific Interest Group written by Steve Leary, Richard Moor, Marina Morillas Lara, Stephen Parrett, Lynne Ratcliffe and Adam Skinner. ...
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Book Review: The Power of Project Leadership

I just finished the last chapter of Susanne Madsen’s piece on The Power of Project Leadership (2nd edition). I closed her exceptional book completely inspired and itching to get a copy in the hands of both LiquidPlanner employees and our customers. ...
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ronjeffries.com berichtet:

TDD

TDD. By which I mean the thing where you write a tiny test, see that it doesn’t run, write just enough code to make it run, refactor the code to remove duplication and add clarity, repeat until done. ...
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epicflow.com berichtet:

Top 7 Leadership Articles: Autumn Edition

Leadership is a property that has no limits. It requires constant self-improvement as it’s closely related to interpersonal interaction. For a good business leader, lifelong education is a must if they want to be surrounded by true followers. ...
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batimes.com berichtet:

Stop Saying Soft Skills

This term has always been at best inadequate, and at worst dismissive and belittling, but there has not been a suitable alternative that everyone could use consistently. ...
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cassandrahl.com berichtet:

Sharing Responsibilities: Circles Workshop

Earlier this year, I found myself on a team with a total of five testers – a welcome change from the solitary one. With this new count came a new challenge: how could we split tasks and responsibilities in the most sensible, fair and efficient way? ...
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dataversity.net berichtet:

The Many Dimensions of Data Quality

Data can be anywhere. Companies store data in the cloud, in data warehouses, in data lakes, on old mainframes, in applications, on drives — even on paper spreadsheets. ...
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weforum.org berichtet:

Why you actually learn more from successes than failures

Contrary to common beliefs about learning from failure, you learn more from success, according to new research. ...
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hrbartender.com berichtet:

We Need STEM and We Need MESH

I ran across an article recently on Medium titled “Forget STEM, We Need MESH”. It’s a thought provoking read. The author spends a fair amount of time kinda bashing the renewed emphasis on STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and math). ...
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intercom.com berichtet:

Intercom on Product: The intersection of company and product strategy

Saying no, however, is just one part of a successful product strategy. As your business scales, you’ll need to carefully align your product strategy with your broader company strategy to ensure cohesive and sustainable growth. ...
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