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Agile Framework and Scrum

A scrum is a framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value. Sounds real fancy but what exactly does this entail?

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Dilbert comic about project managers

Top 10 Links For The Indispensable Project Manager

Dear, Project Managers

Is this article going to be something like this? Sorry to disappoint if you came for that, because it’s going to be far less firehose and much more succinct, and to the point. Here are the top 10 links that are going to make you a project manager (PM)  that anyone would love to have on their team. Use the anecdotes, tips, and guidelines found in these 10 links and you and your team are going to get things done.

The Keys 🗝

re:Work – The five keys to a successful Google team

Results of a study performed by Google’s People Operations on what makes a successful team.

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Getting your team started on Agile Scrum

Overview of Agile Scrum

For project management and software development there are numerous approaches that help your support teams get the job done. However, if these methods are not familiar, well understood, or properly used; their misapplication and the related miscommunications can lead to exercises in futility. When engaging with our clients and prospects we outline our approach to project management to let them know what to expect. We primarily draw from a common methodology for software development, called Agile, and use a process framework called Agile Scrum. Today, we would like to share with you how we pair this methodology with project management tools to deliver solutions to our clients. Below, we will introduce some of the more common software development methodologies, how they work, and how you might interact with them. After reading this post you should, at a minimum, be able to better understand what your developer team is doing, why they are doing it, and relate to some of the unfamiliar words they use.

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