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Integrating User Stories in Project Planning & Deliverable Development

PM Times

An important part of managing any project is being able to break the project down into its component parts. A good project manager and project team need to know and fully understand what a project is intended to do in order to plan and develop the details of the project deliverables. Project deliverables, according to […] The post Integrating User Stories in Project Planning & Deliverable Development appeared first on Project Management Articles, Webinars, Templates and Jobs.

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10 Free Change Management Templates for Excel and Word

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It’s a cliche to say nothing is constant but change, but cliches grow from truths. Project managers understand this and work hard to create change management plans that ensure their projects run smoothly. Project management software helps, too, but if you’re not ready to upgrade, we have some free change management templates that can help you manage change.

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Map Your Route to Mastering Agile Fluency

Scrum.org

Agile Fluency® Model is a fantastic model. We just love it. With this model, you start seeing your journey as a series of paradigm shifts and stages toward higher fluency in Agile: The Agile Fluency model has been as an inspiration for us, when we were designing Org Topologies. So, no surprise, there are some similarities. The axes of Org Topologies are two kinds of fluency – in delivering and learning value, along which different organizational archetypes can be mapped in the boxes.

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Boost Your Productivity, Improve Your Mental Health: How Work Management Software Can Do Both?

Productivity Land

In today’s fast-paced world, productivity has become the holy grail of success. We are constantly looking for ways to do more in less time, and to squeeze every ounce of productivity out of ourselves and our employees. We’re expected to work harder, faster, and better than ever before with tight deadlines, meetings, and endless to-do lists.

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The Project Clinic: Assessing Project Health, Planning, and Execution

Speaker: Ketan Jahagirdar

Picture your projects as patients, each with its own unique rhythm and pulse, thriving under your care 🥼 🩺 Step into the role of an innovative project doctor in our upcoming webinar! This session is your guide to evaluating the health of your projects through Waterfall and Agile practices like Scrum and Kanban. We’ll explore the vital signs of project success through the lens of the “iron triangle” metrics, unveiling how deliverables translate into measurable outputs.

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Agile Principles - Become More Effective

Scrum.org

This post continues my ongoing series revisiting the principles behind the Agile Manifesto. This time we are focussing on the following Agile principle – “At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjust its behavior accordingly.” Pausing regularly to do this seems like common sense. But it was a surprisingly rare practice in most organisations I encountered before Scrum & Agile became more widespread.

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Scrum im Selbststudium – Teil 7: Die mögliche Zukunft – Das Product Backlog

Scrum.org

Willkommen zum 7. Artikel der „Scrum im Selbststudium“-Artikelreihe. Solltest du den letzten Artikel verpasst haben, findest du ihn hier. Wie sich das Produkt in der Zukunft möglicherweise entwickeln wird, spiegelt sich im Product Backlog wider. Welche Richtung das Produkt einschlagen soll, wird im Produkt-Ziel festgehalten. Das Produkt-Ziel hilft dabei, Fokus in der Arbeit im Product Backlog zu gewährleisten.

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Why Are We Stuck in a ‘Slice and Dice’ Mindset in Analytics?

Wrike

One of the most popular analytics methods is the “slice and dice” — take some metrics and categorize them. This is such a popular method that people often mistake it for the analytics process itself. This is a really good method for solving simple problems. But when the problem is a little more complex, the company and its analysts may come to a methodological dead end.

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5 Ways Empiricism Can Make You a Better Scrum Master

Scrum.org

Successful Scrum Masters continuously find ways to improve their practice to have greater influence and impact on their teams and organizations. Scrum’s foundational concept, empiricism, which advances learning through experience and observation, can support this kind of growth. In this blog post, we’ll explore five ways that a Scrum Master can use empiricism to improve their own practice and become a more effective leader.

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The Top 6 Strategies for Boosting Your Business Website’s Visibility

Tactical Project Management

Are you looking to boost the visibility of your business website? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will discuss six strategies that can help you get more traffic and increase conversions on your website. Whether it's through SEO optimization, social media marketing, or content creation, these tactics can give your business a much-needed boost in visibility online.

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Toward a Unified Project Management Understanding

The objective of this research is to dispel misunderstandings about crucial project management terms and their definitions. It aims to accurately place these terms and facilitate a comprehensive global understanding of their meanings.

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Intro to Scrum (12 of 16): What is the Sprint Retrospective?

Scrum.org

What is the Sprint Retrospective? In this video, I will provide an explanation of the Sprint Retrospective, including its definition in the Scrum Guide. I will cover the purpose of conducting a Sprint Retrospective, who should attend, and its significance. In a hurry? Read the transcript.

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Wrike vs. Jira: Compare Jira Alternatives

Wrike

As the pressure grows to do more with less, many of us are looking for project management solutions that can make our lives easier. But which to choose? If you’ve been searching for the right work management platform, you’ve probably found many different options. Whether your needs are basic or complex, there are a number of popular solutions that might fit the bill.

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Tribes and Squads. How adaptive is that?

Scrum.org

This is a series of articles (among them are Team Topologies and Marty Cagan's Empowered Product Teams ) where we compare and contrast different well-known approaches applicable to product development organizations to help leaders make better org design decisions. We assume you might already be familiar with seven archetypes of the Org Topologies. In this article, we will analyze the famous “Tribes and Squads” model (also known as a “Spotify model”) in terms of where it fits on the archetype map