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chriscroft.co.uk berichtet:

How to handle aggressive behaviour at work

If you’re confronted by someone aggressive at work, the first thing is to remain calm – our natural instinct is either to give in or to be aggressive back, and both of these are usually bad options. ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

Supercharge Idea Output With Starbursting Brainstorming

Starbursting brainstorming is a structured technique to help your team come up with lots of ideas in many different focus areas. ...
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The Difference Between Goals, Strategies, Metrics, OKRs, KPIs, and KRIs

The differences and similarities between the most common types of business measurement systems ...
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digitaltonto.com berichtet:

When Should You Collaborate and When Should You Compete?

Boeing and Airbus are arch-rivals, competing vigorously over decades for supremacy in the global aviation market, much like DowDupont and BASF do in chemicals. ...
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dataversity.net berichtet:

Data Security and a Serious Danger to the IIoT

For as long as there have been computer networks, there has been an ongoing arms race between those striving to keep them private and secure, and those who seek to exploit their weaknesses and use, steal, or leverage their contents for fun or profit. ...
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Three Killer Arguments for Adopting Threat Modeling (Forward this to Your Boss!)

The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived. You’ve convinced your boss that threat modeling warrants consideration. Now it’s time to convince everyone else. ...
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themuse.com berichtet:

Why Your Job Search Should Start With Companies, Not Roles—and What That Looks Like

When Kate Gardner was laid off from her job as a magazine editor, she wasn’t sure what to do next. She tried freelancing for a month or so, but the instability of it ultimately made her want to hop back into a full-time job at a company she really liked (and could see herself at for a while). ...
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inc.com berichtet:

Email Is the Biggest Threat to Business, So Why Is Everyone Using It?

Email has been the cornerstone of the Internet for decades. It's time to re-think that. ...
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guild.co berichtet:

What’s going wrong on messaging apps at work?

Instant messaging apps like WhatsApp and Slack are trying to shove traditional emails aside when it comes to professional communication. ...
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ui-patterns.com berichtet:

Don’t trust agile alone to build successful products

We are all doing high-frequency waterfall. Agile won’t save us ...
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productboard.com berichtet:

The five stages of product strategy

This is the story of how organizations evolve to pursue a clear product strategy in increasingly effective ways. ...
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leadingagile.com berichtet:

Half agile isn’t real transformation

As we guide clients through organizational Transformation, we apply our System of Transformation incrementally via Expeditions. ...
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medium.com berichtet:

Great Scrum Team Members: Born or Developed?

In software architecture, there exists the idea of the golden hammer. Basically it’s a term for any hip new architecture movement (microservices, SOA, RESTful architectures, etc.) ...
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Agilität, Europa und Kommunalverwaltungen: Drei Dinge, die zusammengehören

Am 26.05.2019 sind die EU-Bürger aufgerufen, ein neues europäisches Parlament zu wählen. In Baden-Württemberg finden gleichzeitig auch die Kommunalwahlen statt. ...
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forbes.com berichtet:

Nine Out-Of-The-Box Project Management Tips For Tech Teams

Project management is an essential part of getting things done and achieving business goals. Through careful planning and executing, team members ...
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6 easy steps to planning a project within a small business

Project managers need to stay on top of every facet of the project to hit your goals on time without going over budget. Once your organisation gets to a ...
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computerwoche.de berichtet:

Auch ITIL 4 nimmt CIOs nicht die Arbeit ab

Kanban-Ansichten sorgen für mehr Transparenz, fördern die Zusammenarbeit verschiedener Stakeholder und erleichtern die Kundenkommunikation ...
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Bessere Prozesse mit dem Impediment Backlog

Jeweils ein Product Owner und ein Tech Lead leiten die Teams. Der Product Owner verantwortet das Product Backlog, erhebt und formuliert die ...
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zenhabits.net berichtet:

A Guide to Letting Go of Stress

We all deal with stress on a daily basis — whether it’s the stress of being busy and overwhelmed at work, having to deal with personal crises, traffic, relationships, health, finances … stress can be a big part of our lives. ...
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toolblog.de berichtet:

Ab wann lohnt sich Automatisierung?

Wenn Sie eine Aufgabe immer und immer wieder auf die gleiche Weise erledigen müssen, dann lohnt es sich darüber nachzudenken, ob Sie sie in irgendeiner Weise automatisieren können. ...
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ivanblatter.com berichtet:

Neu ist nicht immer besser – warum sich Dranbleiben lohnt

Wir alle kennen die Verlockungen durch sogenannte “shiny new objects”. ...
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AN INCREDIBLE MEETING AGENDA ANY LEADER CAN USE

Lousy meetings are the rule – vibrant meetings the exception. In an ideal world, meeting-agendas arrive the day before the meeting. But you don’t live in an ideal world. ...
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Auf dem agilen „Trimm-dich-Pfad“ mit Christine Gebler (Stadt Heidelberg)

Mitte 2018 habe ich Christine Gebler beim FAV-Mitgliedertreffen kennengelernt. Sie sprudelte vor Freude über ihre neue Aufgabe: die Leitung der Abteilung Strategische Personal- und Organisationsentwicklung bei der Stadt Heidelberg ...
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Was für ein Bildungswahnsinn – aber eduScrum&Co könnten ihn lösen

Darf ich Sie zu einem kleinen Gedankenspiel einladen? Stellen Sie sich vor, Sie landen im Rahmen einer Bildungsreise auf einem anderen Planeten, auf dem es eine zentrale und klare bildungspolitische Ansage gibt. ...
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teamworkblog.de berichtet:

A short history of Scrum and the most important thing in Scrum

Scrum was originally developed by somebody, who had no experience with or formal education in project management, Jeff Sutherland. ...
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dzone.com berichtet:

WIP—Work in...What?

There are two camps when it comes to WIP: work in progress and work in process. Who's right? ...
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leankit.com berichtet:

The Major Tenets to Designing a Basic Kanban System

In our last post, we mentioned there were four tenets needed when designing a basic Kanban system. We also touched on the first two tenets and how to apply them in IT Operations. ...
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leankit.com berichtet:

How to Do Kanban for IT Operations

Learning how to do Kanban can completely transform the way your organization manages tasks, especially for IT Operations teams which have to manage a steady stream of planned and unplanned work. ...
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scrum.org berichtet:

The Kanban Perspective on Teams

The comparison between Kanban and Scrum obviously comes up often when we're talking to teams, especially in the context of Professional Scrum with Kanban. ...
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When Kanban is the Better Choice

Scrum and Kanban aren't competitors, they are experiments every team should try. ...
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agile42.com berichtet:

How to use your metrics to foster team improvement?

In modern knowledge work, no two tasks are exactly the same; no two teams work exactly the same together; and no two project contexts are quite like each other. ...
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Agile Missverständnisse: Experte im Nicht-Wissen

Kennst Du das? Insbesondere im Beratungsumfeld wird nach sogenannten „Experten“ verlangt. „Haben Sie mal einen Experten für Thema X? Wir haben da so ein Problem und benötigen Beratung“, höre ich häufig, wenn uns Beratungsanfragen erreichen. ...
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hackernoon.com berichtet:

Big Tech Needs to Put Human Rights Before Business

Technology is evolving. That’s no surprise. From the world wide web to self-driving cars, all the way to the eventual onset of artificial intelligence (AI), we are living in a time where, now, more than ever, technology drives societal change and influences normality. ...
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sarahmhoban.com berichtet:

How to Brand Your Projects

Operating on schedule and under budget are hallmarks of successful project management. If you’re doing your job well, outside observers have no reason to take interest in what you’re doing. ...
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mpug.com berichtet:

Task Types Demystified

There are a lot of people who stop using MS Project before they even get very far into a project. The main reasons for quitting Project are: ...
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elisestevens.co berichtet:

Laura Dallas Burford – How to start your project management consulting career

Lots of project managers come to Laura Dallas Burford asking how they can become a consultant – but many can’t tell her why they want to. ...
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clarizen.com berichtet:

What is a Gap Analysis?

Gap analysis is a methodology used to identify whether your business or project is performing as it should be and how to bridge the “gap” between where you are and where you want to be. ...
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Meetings Are Not For You

One of the challenges with writing a blog for a long time is it possible to repeat yourself. I’m not talking repetitious themes; I’m talking word for word writing pretty much the same article. Again. ...
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brodzinski.com berichtet:

Autonomy and Transparency: Both or Neither

How does transparency feel? Early in my career, I had an occasion to experience that. I was working in a typical organization where lots of things, ...
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projectbliss.net berichtet:

5 Simple Ways to Make Your Project Team Love You

Whether you’re new to your team or you’ve been leading them for months or years, it’s never too early or late to endear yourself. ...
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