Check out Collaborate with Remote Employees to Develop Ground Rules by Gina. Here is an excerpt:

Ground rules enable for consistency among remote employees and are particularly important when employees are in different time zones and must collaborate or exchange information regularly. As a best practice, managers should collaborate with remote employees to develop ground rules. Remote…

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Please watch this video to understand full CPM concept,
and I have given the necessary theory explanation with an example problem, Project Management – CPM [Critical Path Method] Critical Path Network, Project completion time, Total floats and Free floats in simple explanation.

How to construct CPM network?
What is Project management – cpm?
What is forward pass and backward pass in CPM?
What is Earliest time and latest completion time?
How to find Free floats and total floats?

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Check out The Grey Line Between Project Success and Failure by . Here is an excerpt:

I’ve written a lot about project success factors and thoughts on why projects fail. I’ve done surveys and received lots of feedback from readers and colleagues. So far, it has all pretty much supported my own thoughts and perceptions on project success determiners. 

Depending on your…

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Check out Definition of Done by Glen B. Alleman. Here is an excerpt:

The common definition of the Definition of Done in agile software development is (mostly from the Scrum Alliance and other official Scrum sites):

  • A simple list of activities (coding, comments, unit testing, integration, release notes, design documents, etc.) that add verifiable and…

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Check out Definition – What is Customer Onboarding? by Derek Cromwell. Here is an excerpt:

The post Definition – What is Customer Onboarding? appeared first on Tallyfy.

Customer onboarding is a term typically used to describe the process users go through, from the start of their journey to become a customer and beyond. It encompasses a variety of interactions and engagements with…

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What Is Agile Software Development?

So, let’s talk about programming! If you’re inside the programming (which is not the same as coding lol) you’ve probably heard about “Agile Software Development”, right?

But, what the heck is agile software development? Well, this is exactly what I’m going to talk about in this video.

Basically, agile software development describes a set of principles for programming and software development that has as core principles collaborative effort and organization between cross-functional teams. Developing an agile project means building something that promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery and continuous improvement, that encourages rapid and flexible response to change. Scrum is a good example of such agile methodology.

So, are you completely lost when it comes to agile software development? Watch this video and find out!

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Check out QA in Production by Martin Fowler. Here is an excerpt:

Traditionally, QA focuses on testing the software before release into production to
see if it’s ready for such release. But Rouan
points out that, increasingly, modern QA organizations are also
focusing attention onto the software running in production. By analyzing logs…

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