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Data security is an aspect of project management that is often overlooked by well-meaning project managers. However, as remote work and cloud computing become more prevalent, it’s important that more focus is dedicated to this area.Improper data security measures can result in a breach or data loss that can derail a project and devastate a business. Here are five data security measures every project manager must implement.Access Rights ManagementAccess rights management technology and pol [...]

Sie haben knappe Deadlines und verschiedene Stakeholder im Nacken sitzen? Hier sind fünf Vorschläge, wie Sie in einem agilen Team die Kommunikation verbessern und Vertrauen schaffen. [...]

In diesem Blogbeitrag gehe ich darauf ein wie wichtig es ist, ein motiviertes Scrum-Team zu haben, und ich erkläre die Verantwortlichkeiten jeder einzelnen Teamrolle. [...]

XSD-Wahlelemente existieren, um eine Anzahl von Alternativen festzulegen, von denen immer nur eine in einer XML-Datei vorhanden sein kann. Bisher [...]

Lernen Sie, wie Sie ein erfolgreicher Product Owner im agilen Entwicklungsprozess werden. Diese Product-Owner-Fähigkeiten führen Sie und Ihre Projekte zum Erfolg. [...]

Strength usually takes you further than weakness but pretending you have it all together limits opportunity and potential. Strength-based leadership is no excuse to ignore the benefits of weakness. Get over yourself. You… Continue reading → [...]

Strength usually takes you further than weakness but pretending you have it all together limits opportunity and potential. Strength-based leadership is no excuse to ignore the benefits of weakness. Get over yourself. You… Continue reading → [...]

I’m still grappling with Jim Parker’s advice. He was the CEO of Southwest Airlines during the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Jim said, “I don’t think I smiled for two years.” When… Continue reading → [...]

I’m still grappling with Jim Parker’s advice. He was the CEO of Southwest Airlines during the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Jim said, “I don’t think I smiled for two years.” When… Continue reading → [...]

I was recently asked if Agile and 'R/D' go together. The issue at hand: how do you reconcile agile's call for product delivery to users every few weeks with the unknowns and false starts in a real R/D project? Good question! I'm glad you asked. Let's start with OPM ... Other people's money ... And the first question: What have you committed to do? There are two possible answers: (1) [...]

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