Thu.May 26, 2022

How 6 Real Managers Get A Work/Life Balance

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Work/life balance comes up time and time again when I speak to people. We’re all desperate for a bit more time in the day, either to fit in more work or to fit in more slippers-and-TV time or something in-between.

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Quick Guide To Choosing The Ideal Sprint Length In Scrum


If there’s any question that has been debated more than anything else other than “What’s the ideal sprint length? ” then it is “Should it be long or short?” . There’s a consensus that short sprints work better since agile teams all over the world prefer them. .

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Project Lifecycle Tips For Better Project Management | Trello


The Fyre Festival disaster of 2017 has become the benchmark for poor planning for project managers. Fragmented communication, unpaid vendors, and overpromises of grandeur could have all been avoided with project lifecycle management and thoughtful implementation of the five project management phases.

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Was sollte man beim Scaling von Scrum beachten?

Diesen Monat habe ich in drei verschiedenen Professional Scrum Product Owner Kursen diese Frage bekommen. Könnte Zufall sein. Andererseits, wenn eine Product Owner:in erfolgreich ihr Produkt voranbringt, dann könnte der Wunsch entstehen in mehr Mitarbeiter:innen zu investieren.

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Cyber Security, Change Management and Enterprise Risk Management: Scaling Operations for Growth

Speaker: William Hord, Vice President of Risk Management and Compliance

Join us as we discuss the various tangents of data and the change management process that will help you make better risk-based business decisions to save time and money for your organization.

Systems thinking

Musings on Project Management

"Life was simple before World War II. After that, we had systems" Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, USNMatthew Squair, a systems safety expert, has this to say about that (*): From the Gesalt (**) school comes the [systems] view that the whole is often greater than the sum of the parts, i.e. there exists properties that emerge from parts aggregated together. which is a telltale sign of a 'system of system engineering

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5 tips for attending creative agency conferences

Function Point

Function Point recently attended and sponsored the Mirren New Business conference in NYC and I was lucky enough to attend. It was a great event and the list of agencies in attendance was pretty impressive. Being an exhibitor, it’s important to make as many connections as possible and this event provided some great opportunities to rub elbows with top agency brass.

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How can your Increment support self-management ?? - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (52)

We started this Scrum foundation series explaining we see four underlying concepts of the Scrum framework. In the past series of blog posts we covered the three pillars of Empiricism, and we covered the Scrum Values.

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