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Why Do Businesses Need Project Management Apps?

Why Do Businesses Need Project Management Apps? | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Project management apps are a collection of software designed to assist project teams in planning, tracking, and managing project to meet project goals on time.
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How to facilitate a great project workshop

How to facilitate a great project workshop | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
How do you run a great project workshop? Project professionals should begin preparing for a workshop by being very clear in their own minds as to its purpose.  
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10 Reasons Why Project Management Important For ERP Construction

10 Reasons Why Project Management Important For ERP Construction | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Construction management software requires a project management module to keep track of other modules and help expected projects
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How Implementation Intentions Help My Sprints

How Implementation Intentions Help My Sprints | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Having trouble getting it all done? This post helps you implement research-based techniques to make better backlogs that’ll actually get accomplished.
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Don't Mess with Scrum

Don't Mess with Scrum | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Scrum is simple, but that simplicity means that each of its elements is essential.  The values, accountabilities, artifacts and events are all part of the framework for a reason.  Teams that mess with the framework are messing with Scrum.  Teams that make changes to the elements limit Scrum's effectiveness and aren't really using Scrum. 

This article discusses some of the things in the Scrum framework teams shouldn't mess with but often do. 
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The Order of Events in Scrum Matters

The Order of Events in Scrum Matters | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Teams that change the framework are not using Scrum and are missing out on some of its benefits.  The Scrum framework consists of 5 events, 3 accountabilities, 3 artifacts and five values.  Today, we will talk about the order of the events in Scrum. 
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Curbing a Compulsive Habit: A Primer

Curbing a Compulsive Habit: A Primer | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
By Leo Babauta The habits we just can’t seem to quit can be very challenging — not only are they hard to change, they can have negative effects on our lives, and make us feel bad about ourselves. In this post, I’d like to talk about a few things I’ve found helpful to curb a […]
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Emotional Intelligence for Scrum Masters, Team Leads and Project Managers - #3

Emotional Intelligence for Scrum Masters, Team Leads and Project Managers - #3 | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
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Scrum Master Choices: Professionalising the ‘Teacher’ Stance (Scrum Master as a Teacher Blog Series #1)

Scrum Master Choices: Professionalising the ‘Teacher’ Stance (Scrum Master as a Teacher Blog Series #1) | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
We all have strengths and weaknesses with the preferred stances of a Scrum Master. Like many of the teams we work with, being ‘key-shaped’ comes to mind – cross-skilled and competent at many things but having a deeper knowledge of certain stances more so than others.
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Agile Doesn’t Work Without Psychological Safety

Agile Doesn’t Work Without Psychological Safety | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Scrums and kanbans can’t help you if you’ve got a legacy culture that punishes vulnerability.
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Don't fall for these myths about refinement in Scrum

Don't fall for these myths about refinement in Scrum | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Misconceptions about Refinement—the process of adding detail, order and size to individual Product Backlog items can be highly detrimental to a team's ability to deliver value to the business frequently. In this article, we will discuss some of the most common myths about Refinement in Scrum.
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Helpful Questions to Nudge Teams Toward Good Decisions

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Use my list of questions to inspire (rather than command) your teams to think clearly and decide intelligently.
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Why Product Owners Need Effective Scrum Masters

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Find out how you will benefit as a Scrum product owner form having an effective Scrum Master working with you.
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Review Better Agile

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The book Better Agile – How every software firm can spend less time firefighting and have more fun building great software by David Daly highlights his experiences to make agile work. It offers Scrum and Kanban mistakes to avoid and three agile secrets to continuously improve your agility. The book can be divided in two parts. The…
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Six Project Management Methodologies For Control Freak Entrepreneurs

Six Project Management Methodologies For Control Freak Entrepreneurs | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Balancing multiple projects with different demands, timelines and expectations can be challenging, but employing the best methodology can ensure you’re up for the task.
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How the Toyota Way and Toyota Kata Fit Together

How the Toyota Way and Toyota Kata Fit Together | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
The author of The Toyota Way explains where Toyota Kata fits with Toyota’s broader management principles — and how each enhances the other to help you build more effective organizations.
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What Does Scrum Mean by Cross Functional Teams?

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Cross functional teams are a core agile value, but what does that mean, why should we do it, and how? We’ll explain it clearly right here.

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How to Measure Agile Maturity

How to Measure Agile Maturity | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
When I coach, consult and teach classes, I often get questions about creating an agile maturity tool or defining agile maturity metrics. Agile Maturity metrics are used by many businesses to better understand their present agile practices and monitor to improve them. I understand the need for this kind of metric. I also noticed that the purpose and value of agile maturity metrics are misunderstood. This article will help you to find agile maturity metrics that bring value and offers a free maturity tool to download.
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Top 5 main Agile methodologies: advantages and disadvantages

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Have you heard of the Agile Manifesto and its core principles? Are you up to date with agile methodologies like Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming, Lean Development and Crystal? In this article, we consolidate the agile mindset and its advantages. Learn more here and choose the best methodology for your team.
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Not Done? Not Scrum! | Amazing Outcomes

Not Done? Not Scrum! | Amazing Outcomes | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Why you won't get any benefit from Scrum if you don't create Done Increments every Sprint – and how to fix this issue!
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Integrating Change Management and Project Management

Integrating change management and project management creates a unified approach to implementing change on both the technical and people sides.
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Don't fall for these myths about refinement in Scrum

Don't fall for these myths about refinement in Scrum | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Misconceptions about Refinement—the process of adding detail, order and size to individual Product Backlog items can be highly detrimental to a team's ability to deliver value to the business frequently. In this article, we will discuss some of the most common myths about Refinement in Scrum.
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Are You Sure You Want to Use OKRs? –

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There is a concept I call drift. Drift means that a process has drifted away from the original framing. It happened to Agile. What started as a simple idea that people should work collaboratively a…
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More Compromises = Less Value. Accepting compromises often limits… | by David Pereira | Serious Scrum | Feb, 2022

More Compromises = Less Value. Accepting compromises often limits… | by David Pereira | Serious Scrum | Feb, 2022 | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Whenever I hear the word compromise, I get uneasy. Sentences like the following raise a red flag in my mind: Let’s take a hypothetical situation. A couple wants to go out for dinner, and the woman…
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Not Done? Not Scrum! | Amazing Outcomes

Not Done? Not Scrum! | Amazing Outcomes | Articles for project management and agile project management | Scoop.it
Why you won't get any benefit from Scrum if you don't create Done Increments every Sprint – and how to fix this issue!
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