Check out Doubling Productivity by Scrumming Leadership by Steve Daukas. Here is an excerpt:

Doubling Productivity by Scrumming Leadership

A scrum team prepares a mealIf you love to cook like I do, or if you have ever watched one of the many cooking shows on TV these days, you’ll understand when I say…

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Check out A #NoEstimates tool: The slicing meeting, replacing estimation meetings while creating shared understanding by vasco. Here is an excerpt:

Before we start, I’d like to thank to Neil Killick and Woody  Zuill for inspiring this technique with their work.

Sit down. Let’s estimate

This is not a good start of a meeting for many of us. Asking for estimates may be an easy thing to do, but going through the process of estimating…

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Check out How to Avoid the Truly Dangerous Thing While Seeking Feedback by Dan Rockwell. Here is an excerpt:

“We define our dialogue and, in a sense, our future through the questions we choose to address.” Peter Block Seeking feedback includes asking great questions and making space for people to provide thoughtful… Continue reading

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Check out Process Architecture: Definition and Examples by Sonia Pearson. Here is an excerpt:

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Process architecture refers to the hierarchal design of processes and systems that are applied when transforming inputs into outputs. The term can be applied to computing, the processes businesses undertake, and…

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Check out Managing Known Unknowns: The PlaceHolder Story by Dr. Dan Rawsthorne. Here is an excerpt:

Scrum, by its Agile definition alone, evolves. Scrum adapts and changes with the demands of its workplace environment. That’s how we’ve evolved to Scrum 3.0, the most Agile, scale-ready process framework yet. (To find out more about Scrum 3.0, read this.)

However, despite its evolution,…

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Bruce Feiler has a radical idea: To deal with the stress of modern family life, go agile. Inspired by agile software programming, Feiler introduces family practices which encourage flexibility, bottom-up idea flow, constant feedback and accountability. One surprising feature: Kids pick their own punishments.

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Check out How to communicate bad news to your project sponsor by Ron Rosenhead. Here is an excerpt:

This is a guest post from Helena Liu, PMP.

Delivering bad news to your project sponsor is not an easy task that any project manager. You never know what you can expect. However, projects almost never go according to plan, resulting in extensions and budget increases. Learning how to communicate…

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In this video, you will learn how to draw a network diagram, how to find out the earliest and latest start and finish times of the activities, how to find out the earliest and latest occurrence times of the events along with the slack of the events. Also, you will learn 3 different methods of finding out the critical path for a project.

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