Blog for Project Managers and Winning Teams

Tips, best practices and new approaches to management and productivity.

7 Scrum Board Examples

7 Scrum Board Examples If you want Scrum product development to be effective, you need to turn a long wishlist of product improvements into a streamlined sprint plan. It will help you to recognize if you’re on track or not.

Posts

One on One Meetings: How to Conduct Them Proficiently

One on one is an essential part of the performance management process. These events are different from the everyday leadership conversations with team members when managers and employees usually talk about work being done at the moment.   Read More

How Hygger Meets the Needs of Development and Product Teams in the Marketplace Company. The Story of FoodMaven

According to statistics, up to 40% of food produced in the U.S. each year is wasted. FoodMaven is capturing and creating a market for that food otherwise lost in the system.  Read More

How to Run a Proper Sprint Planning Meeting

A Sprint planning meeting is an event that is organized in a Scrum team before the start of each Sprint. Its main goal is to determine a proper plan and set the key Sprint goal. Read More

How to Run an Effective Performance Review and Get Maximum Benefits

Most managers all over the world once a year arrange a special event with each of their team members. This event is called the annual performance review. Read More

9 Tips on How to Make Self Assessment Meaningful

Writing self assessments may help to reach career goals and contribute to the company’s success, even if it can be stressful and sometimes intimidating. Read More

Easy Ways to Improve the Project Planning Process

Project planning is an essential part of project management that requires the application of knowledge, skills, special tools, and techniques to meet the specified project requirements. Read More

9 Books on Agile Project Management Worth Reading in 2019

Project managers are always learning. Every single project has a unique outcome and they try to do their best to achieve it painlessly. The work environment is always changing and project teams are not always distinguished by stability and constancy. Read More

Scrum vs Kanban: Pointless Fights All Agile Teams Have

The concept of Agile has gradually gone far beyond the IT industry. Nowadays many entrepreneurs and companies apply Agile methodology and do need any alternative. Read More

Scrumban: How to Combine the Best of Two Agile Methods?

Agile is becoming more and more popular and the majority of companies adapt its methodologies. Though Scrum is by far the most frequently used Agile framework, some organizations find it difficult to implement and choose Kanban model for their software development. Read More