Make project management more fun

Planning is best done in a close and guided dialog between all project members, who through that take ownership  of the sub deliverables they are accountable for.

 

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Agile is a state of mind, NOT a method

If you are practicing agile methods, you have most likely experienced that it is not always easy to do exactly like the book tells you to. You probably feel that you can’t divert from the methods– because what is the point of having them then?

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Making risks tangible and actionable

Working with risks in project is the most difficult part of being a project manager. Risks are perceived to be hypothetical and team members prefer working on something that is tangible and makes a difference here and now.

 

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5 tips to engage your team during meetings

Everyday organizations are losing valuable time due to ineffective meetings. Drained from energy, meeting participants fight their way through another day of wall-to-wall meetings. They can hardly remember what was agreed on at the previous meeting.

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Make project management more fun

Planning is best done in a close and guided dialog between all project members, who through that take ownership  of the sub deliverables they are accountable for.

 

Read More

Making risks tangible and actionable

Working with risks in project is the most difficult part of being a project manager. Risks are perceived to be hypothetical and team members prefer working on something that is tangible and makes a difference here and now.

 

Read More

Agile is a state of mind, NOT a method

If you are practicing agile methods, you have most likely experienced that it is not always easy to do exactly like the book tells you to. You probably feel that you can’t divert from the methods– because what is the point of having them then?

Read More

5 tips to engage your team during meetings

Everyday organizations are losing valuable time due to ineffective meetings. Drained from energy, meeting participants fight their way through another day of wall-to-wall meetings. They can hardly remember what was agreed on at the previous meeting.

Read More

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