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Ready to Ship?

by Luc K. Richard

If staying in control of your project is not all that important to you, cram everything into one large release. However, if you'd like to be in better control of your project, break your development effort into three or four milestone releases.

Ready Your Team for the Digital Future's Delivery Environment

by Joe Wynne

Whether you are managing multiple short automation projects or massive application portfolio streamlining initiatives, you must make sure your team is ready for the specific delivery environment. There are tactics suited for various environments, but also tactics you can use universally.

Ready Yourself for Career Opportunity

by Joe Wynne

With more opportunities than ever for project managers, you need to have tactics at the ready to make the most of your career. Sure, networking is important, but how do you prepare? Who do you contact? What questions are relevant?

Ready, Aim, Hire

by Pierre Monacelli

The success or failure of tomorrow's projects will depend greatly on finding the right people today to manage them. When interviewing candidates, look closely at these 10 areas of qualification. While time consuming, hiring "tough" is an essential upfront process that pays off, again and again.

Ready, Mindset, Go!

by Jack Ricchiuto

Project managers must develop fluency in the principles of interdependence, uniqueness and impermanence.

Ready, Set, Action Agility

by Bart Gerardi

Agile anticipates being wrong, or at least not exactly right, and the same principle applies to any organization becoming agile. The best approach is to simply get started and commit to the fundamentals: prioritize, re-plan, release frequently, seek constant feedback, and trust enough in the cycle to continue.

Ready, Set, Activate!

by Andy Jordan

Effective project activation is more than just hard work and good luck. It's an important focus on the work required to bring the project up to speed, and this article explores some ways to get from zero to 60 as quickly as possible.

Ready, Set, Go...and Ready Again: Planning to Groom the Backlog

by Andy Berner

For an agile project to progress smoothly, the backlog must be groomed and ready for each sprint. That work must be included in your project plan. This article gives you five points to consider when planning that work.

Ready, Set, Project!

by Mike Donoghue

Decisions were made and now it’s time for a project. Are you ready? Communication with individuals is of major import, and regular reports with subject matter, timeframes and detail need to be negotiated in order to provide the best communication bridge and build a relationship.

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