The retrospective meeting serves as a way for the team to analyze itself and, as a result, make up a plan of improvements for its benefit. Here are some tips and tricks--and an easy strategy--to have an effective retrospective meeting.
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The boom of agile methods has introduced a new way of organizing work spaces and has given prominence to programmers. People and spaces are now key factors in the performance of work teams.
The PMO of the Year Award honors a PMO that has demonstrated superior organizational project management abilities by adding value to its organization through its support of successful strategic initiatives. The award recognizes a PMO that has established a vision for value delivery and has had a positive and clear impact on business results. The PMO of the Year Award will be presented at the 2015 PMO Symposium. The submission deadline is 1 May 2015.
Is your business agile? Are you nimble? Does your CEO or top leadership talk about agility or push for an agile mindset in everything you do? If not, you might want to start talking to your leadership team about the importance of agility for businesses today.
When organizations are scaling agile and want to apply kanban as one of their agile methods the question can pop up if kanban can also be scaled?
Is it possible to take the core agile (lower-case "a") principle of rapid, focused delivery, and make it applicable to an aim for self-improvement?
Despite the promise of flowering fields of innovation, efficiency and manageable chunks of working software, you should be cautiously optimistic in applying the agile philosophy to your practice of information architecture.
It is easy to lose sight of the core ideology of agile and the Creative Economy when you hear about myriad specific implementations of agile.
Why don't agile and management get along? The reality is that "management" and "agile" are two different worlds.
Servant leadership is a practice and philosophy of leadership. The philosophy is ancient, though Robert Greenleaf made the phrase known in our time. However, passages describing servant leadership are found in documents as old as the Tao Te Ching. The meanings can relate to each other when we see that one leadership quality can be serving.