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Our stories aren’t getting done!

Kiron Bondale

It is common to see teams new to those agile frameworks which use time boxes struggling to define product backlog items small enough to get completed within a sprint and still represent value.

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Are You Ready for a Project Management Course (Why you are)?

Online PM Courses

How do you know that you are ready for your first project management course? Don't worry: you are. You know more about project management than you think. The post Are You Ready for a Project Management Course (Why you are)? appeared first on OnlinePMCourses. FAQ Answers Project Management Courses

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Don’t Turn your Critical Path into a Slippery Path


In my last article, I covered four misconceptions about critical path. Now, I’ll be going through some of the mechanics of finding the critical path in a project, so that you have a better understanding how it evolves. Keep in mind that Microsoft Project’s software performs similar calculations.

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PERT Guide For Project Managers and Productivity Gurus


Since we preach so much about project management and productivity, there aren’t a lot of case studies going on. The weird thing is that this phenonmemon is common all over at different productivity blogs. However, we decided to dedictate this weak to Project Evaluation and Review Technique. The following write-up is not a detailed analysis, but it is more than enough to give you a gist of what PERT is.

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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 Examples of Career Goals [For Job Interviews and Performance Reviews]


“Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”. Anyone who has ever been in a job interview or a performance review with their manager has likely heard at least one variation of this question.

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