In order for a workplace to be successful, one hand has to know what the other is doing. Read about 6 strategies to make information sharing more successful.
Get to know the concept of DevOps a little better, and how it makes IT departments and software teams more efficient, collaborative, and engaged with their work.
Workplace facilitators help collaboration take place between employees and teams, for better efficiency, morale and output. Here’s how.
SAFe is often preferred by large organizations. Here’s what you need to know about SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) and how you can apply it to your business.
As budgets tighten, project managers might find two complex projects are competing for resources. Here are a few tactics for successful resource allocation.
Process improvement should be continuous and not a singular event. It takes strategic thinking and consistent practice for success. Here’s how to build a culture of continuous improvement.
Design thinking results in meeting customer needs more effectively. Learn more about how this concept is used in the modern workplace.
Your current brainstorming techniques might be hindering new ideas. How can companies come up with creative, executable ideas? Through guided brainstorming sessions and variations including brainswarming and “note and vote”.
Requesting additional employees is difficult, but possible with planning. Follow this process to start the discussion to hire more people for your team.
Learn about the impact low self-esteem can have on your company and how you can build your team up to create a healthy work environment.
This post will guide you through the haze of project jargon. We will explore how Scrum fits into agile, when it doesn’t and what alternatives exist.
How different is business analysis from agile project management? Let’s look at the role of business analysts and how they can help agile management teams. Business analysts build bridges to make projects happen, work to develop a realistic scope, and develop criteria to track success.
Storyboards are an exercise in user empathy. This guide will show you how to tap into that empathy, map that onto a storyboard and ultimately improve your UX.
Tasking a product manager with a project manager’s duties does a disservice to your product team, and vice versa. This article explains why.