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Your customers and team members depend on your project planning acumen to provide work of value—whether that’s a well-attended conference, a timely cybersecurity patch or a benefits package that attracts top personnel. Though planning…
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Since organizations are constantly exploring new ways to enhance the way teams work, Waterfall vs. Agile has become one of the more popular debates. Once confined almost exclusively to software development, Agile methodologies are being…
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Kanban project management has gained a lot of popularity over the past few years, and for good reason. Project managers thriving in today’s fast-paced professional environment have to communicate with multiple teams from different geographical…
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By 2022, millennials and Generation Z will comprise 75 percent of the global workforce. For employers, the influx of younger workers means adapting to different expectations. Millennials, for example, expect to collaborate across geographies…
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As a project manager in the construction industry, you must be able to track multiple deadlines and manage the inevitable changes in the field—it’s like a complex puzzle with numerous moving parts. On top of that, the stakes are high. One minor…
A Global Collaborative Work Management Blueprint [Video]

A Global Collaborative Work Management Blueprint [Video]

There is almost no product, company, or organization that isn’t connected globally. A global network of resources provides us the ability to work around the clock with a diverse set of tools and people to develop one final product or solution.…
Creating Continuous Improvement with Lean Metrics

Creating Continuous Improvement with Lean Metrics

Organizations operating under the Lean approach should have the same primary goal in mind—continuous improvement. Companies can use Lean to optimize operations, increase customer value, cut back on waste, and anything else that can be…
Lean Methodology: What Is It and Why Do You Need It?

Lean Methodology: What Is It and Why Do You Need It?

If you’ve worked in management for some time, you’ve heard discussions around Lean methodology. It’s a popular business philosophy known for reducing waste and improving efficiency. But aside from being a popular buzzword, what is Lean?…
General Guidelines for Kanban Board Design

General Guidelines for Kanban Board Design

By now, you’ve probably already heard how Kanban can transform the way IT Operations teams manage tasks. From delegating roles to prioritizing assignments, Kanban makes it easier for IT Operations to meet deadlines and deliver customer…