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Standardized Agile — An Oxymoron?

by Andy Jordan

As organizations apply agile methods to more projects and areas of the business, they are also seeking to create consistent approaches. But does that run counter to agile principles? Or can a balance be achieved between the need to centrally monitor work and the desire to optimize team performance?

Kanban, WIP and Happy Stakeholders

by Bart Gerardi

A Kanban-based approach to sprint planning can produce a number of benefits, particularly when it comes to limiting work in progress. Through mechanisms that uncover impediments and prioritize items, Kanban can help to create more productive sprints, more engaged teams and more satisfied stakeholders.

The Agile Leadership Paradox

by Dr. Simon Hayward

Agile leaders are skilled at connecting people and building trust. They are also adept at cutting through bureaucracy and challenging the way people think. In effect, an agile leader is an enabler and a disruptor at the same time. Here are some key points to help you chart both paths on your agile journey.

Scrum Exposes Dysfunction? Not So

by Gil Broza

One popular saying in the agile community is "Scrum exposes dysfunction." In this practitioner's experience, this belief is not only wrong, it’s also a detractor to genuine attempts at transformation.


NeedToMeet is a global provider of meeting scheduling software that allows individuals and businesses to find a time that works for everyone. The product streamlines the process of meeting administration, attendee polling, and scheduling.


Cardsmith is an agile project management and online collaboration tool. Perfect for lean teams or individuals looking for a brainstorming tool or Scrum board. Collaborate in real-time using virtual sticky notes or cards. Free form to grid structure.

The Future of Technical Project Teams

by Andy Jordan

As technology projects continue to be subjected to ever more frequent change—and as modern approaches to work evolve in increasingly diverse ways—what’s the future for the project team?

Winning Respect and Mindshare for Information Technology

by Paul Baumgartner, PMP

The degree to which information is intrinsic to your product determines your firm’s success with information technology. Here’s a hidden success factor to raise the perceived value of your IT.


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