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8 Ways to Minimize the Impact of Bad News

by Elizabeth Harrin

Projects don’t always go to plan. At some point in your career, there will be bad news to share with the rest of the team. Here are some tips for managing project communications in a crisis.

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Be Alert to Agile Goal Anti-Patterns

by Bart Gerardi

Goals are good for any team, including agile ones. However, it’s possible to set goals that seem to make sense but are ineffective and might even hurt the work of the team and the product. Let’s look at three goal setting “anti-patterns” that should be avoided.

Beyond the Traditional Agile Leader

by Andy Jordan

As agile approaches grow in popularity and enter new areas of operation, the demand for people with agile experience and skillsets increases. To fulfill that demand, it may be time to rethink the ‘ideal’ agile candidate, focusing on capabilities not IT backgrounds.

7 Ways to Get Stakeholders to Communicate With You

by Paul Baumgartner, PMP

As project managers, we have to pull information that is both broad and deep out of our constituents. We can’t expect them to “push” information to us proactively and package it the way we want. Here are seven ways to minimize your burden of information “pull” when working with stakeholders.


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