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Agile Project Metrics Worth Capturing + Template

Agile Project Metrics Worth Capturing + Template

What should your metrics tell you about your organization? They should give you indicators of: Did we succeed with what we did in the recent past? Are we succeeding now? Will we succeed in the future? Traditional metrics often measured outputs, not outcomes. In an...

What’s Your Agile Team Ikigai?

What’s Your Agile Team Ikigai?

In order to explain what Ikigai means, we must travel to Japan – a country which, as you might know, has one of the longest life expectancies in the world. In fact, the Island of Okinawa has the world’s largest centennial population (people over the age of 100). Some...

Agile Project Team Webinar Q&A

Agile Project Team Webinar Q&A

Lately, I've been working with a lot of people who are struggling with new ways of building teams based on skills, collaboration, transparency, and honesty. In my recent webinar, Project Team Collaboration: Leading One Big Happy Family, I shared strategies and...

PMI® Guide to Business Analysis Infographic

PMI® Guide to Business Analysis Infographic

Towards the end of 2017, PMI® published its PMI® Guide to Business Analysis. Additionally, they updated their PMI-PBA certification in June 2018 to better align it to the structure and contents of the Guide.We’ve created a graphical model that helps visualize the...

How to Organize Self-Organizing Teams

How to Organize Self-Organizing Teams

“If you want your customers to love your company, the employees need to love it first.” – Simon Sinek While the idea of self-organizing teams sounds good, there is often a lot of fear and negativity around it. In my experience, most of the people with these emotions...

Survival of the Changiest: How to Lead Change

Survival of the Changiest: How to Lead Change

Darwin didn’t say the smartest or strongest species would survive, but those with greater ability to adapt to change. This reflection is also applicable to companies. Adequately managing changes and the impact of changes in regular business operations is a key element...

The Change Equation: Dare to Change

The Change Equation: Dare to Change

We live in a world of continuous change. Actually, as Heraclitus said, "the only constant is change." Changes are everywhere: in our personal or professional life, individual changes, and collective changes. Technological innovations, the need to deliver results as...

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