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Technical Debt and UNDONE work – An Evil for the Product


Impact UNDONE Work – Delayed feedback cycle and the value delivery Technical Debt – Increased Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) You are the Product Owner, and If you have to decide, then which one will you care? To better deal with this situation, let’s understand what is Technical Debt and UNDONE work is all about? Technical Debt: It is a… The post Technical Debt and UNDONE work – An Evil for the Product appeared first on Agilemania. Blogs

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Four Key Areas to Implement Agile PM


There are many benefits organizations can achieve by applying Agile Portfolio Management to their PMO. The ability to quickly adapt to changes and stay aligned with the goals of the business being among the top – and many teams are looking at ways they can specifically adopt this methodology. But there can be confusion where to apply Agile so that it advances the goals of the organization and delivers real business value.

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Can I Fire My PMO Director?

Brad Egeland

There are probably a million possibilities for subtitles for this article. “If so, where can I stuff the body?” ” comes to mind. So does, “Surely there’s a mental institution somewhere that’s missing a patient.”

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How Software Intelligence Can Propel Your PPM and Organization to New Heights


Transparency and visibility across the enterprise are critical in today’s rapidly evolving economy and business environment. Most organizations have the data necessary to make more informed decisions about key operations, however they often don’t have an effective way to analyze this data.

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Are Your Embedded Analytics DevOps-Friendly?

Does your analytics solution work with your current tech stack and DevOps practices? If not, any update to the analytics could increase deployment complexity and become difficult to maintain. Learn the 5 elements of a DevOps-friendly embedded analytics solution.

Review Agile Conversations

Henny Portman

Agile Conversations – Transform Your Conversations, Transform your Culture , written by Douglas Squirrel and Jeffrey Fredrick could be one of the missing pieces to make your agile transition work. The book starts with some background information regarding the ideas and theories that underpin the conversational tools that will be used in the rest of the book. You get an explanation of the core techniques of the authors’ four R’s method.

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Book Review: Digital Project Practice - Managing Innovation and Change

Brad Egeland

Most tech books are what they are: a boring logical take on a topic we've all covered a few times already. Disappointment at the hours you can't get back for the time you just spent reading a book that didn't really offer you anything new. And then there are others that cover a timely topic and manage to both keep it cutting edge and interesting. My latest find falls into that category, thankfully.

PMO Maturity for Business Innovation, Growth and Advancement


Achieving PMO maturity can save your organization time, resources and money, streamline operations and create a more cohesive organization. It also has exceptional benefits that are realized over time as implementation becomes methodology. The greatest of these benefits is found in how PMO Maturity sets up an organization for long-term success through innovation, growth and advancement. PMO Maturity Supports Business Innovation. Deniz A.

Business Analysis or Business Analyst — what’s needed in the Scrum Team


Brief about me before you read this post so you can understand my perspective better. I am a software developer and Scrum Teacher. I have been in software development for 23+ years and have worked on various technologies and have played the role of a developer, analyst, project manager, delivery manager, scrum master, product owner, and coach. I teach and… The post Business Analysis or Business Analyst — what’s needed in the Scrum Team appeared first on Agilemania. Blogs

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A Guide For Setting Up 3 Essential Ecommerce Reports


This article will cover how to build three essential reports to tell your ecommerce story and share your success. Since ecommerce is still new in many areas, most people do not know what to ask or where to start when putting together reports. I’ll help you understand how to look at what is going well, what is not going well, and most importantly, why your stakeholders should care… Are you bringing in new customers? In new markets? What marketing channels […].

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6 Steps to Improving Your Application’s Analytics Experience

No one designs bad dashboards and reports on purpose. So why do so many applications have terrible analytics experiences? Download this ebook for secrets to creating dashboards and reports your users will love.