Sun.Jun 09, 2019

Agile advice from our ancestors

Kiron Bondale

Old sayings might not be the first thing which comes to mind when considering agility, there are many proverbs which are apropos. Two heads are better than one (or the similar Maasai proverb “One head cannot hold all wisdom.”)

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APM Body of Knowledge: What is it, Do You Need it?

Online PM Courses

The APM Body of Knowledge (APMBoK) is the fundamental resource book for the Association for Project Management. The APM has published the new 7th Edition. The post APM Body of Knowledge: What is it, Do You Need it? appeared first on OnlinePMCourses.

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Team Management Tips You’ll Wish Someone Had Told You Sooner

Teamweek

In one fast-paced restaurant, a shift lead could never figure out why he was not promoted to a management position. He had just finished a bachelor’s degree in business management, so he felt like he was ready for the next step. The problem wasn’t with his knowledge, but with his soft skills.

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Review of Product Development Books

Leading Answers

Now that a software “Done” Milestone is more like a Tombstone. If you work in an industry that has digital products and services then the Product Development trend will impact you.

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Organizing for Customer Centricity

Speaker: Tatyana Mamut, Head of Product, Nextdoor

Most companies today say they are “customer centric.” Yet many still make decisions primarily based on competitor threats, technical architecture, or executive opinions. So what sets apart those that talk the talk, and those that walk the walk? Join Nextdoor's Head of Product Tatyana Mamut, PhD as she outlines the 7 habits of truly customer-centric companies.

10 More Reasons to Go Agile

Brad Egeland

Agile development provides many advantages over the waterfall alternative, but some organizations have been reluctant to make the switch. This article describes the benefits for CIOs who are considering a move to agile. 4 basic agile concepts Business and technology teams are co-located in an open area. Early agile adopters started with the core resources (a product manager, business and systems analysts, developers, testers), but this has expanded to include all resources.