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21
Apr

Top 10 Negative Personas of a Daily Standup Meeting

Posted by in Blogs, Derek Huether: The Critical Path Blog

All Agile teams should be holding a daily standup meeting.  Don’t think of it as a daily planning meeting. Think of it as a daily opportunity to have a shared understanding […]

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17
Apr

Where Did THAT Project Come From?

Posted by in Blogs, Josh Nankivel: PM Student Blog

There you are, about to lead another project kick off meeting. You know what you and your team are supposed to accomplish, but do you know why? If you are not certain do not feel badly, because you are not alone. Too often we are assigned projects to lead without being given any background as

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27
Mar

Derek Huether Presenting at Agile 2014 in Orlando, Florida

Posted by in Blogs, Derek Huether: The Critical Path Blog

It’s official. I’m going to be presenting at Agile2014 in Orlando this summer. My 75-minute session will be part of an Learning track that is targeted at anyone who struggles with […]

The post Derek Huether Presenting at Agile 2014 in Orlando, Florida appeared first on The Critical Path by Derek Huether.

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14
Mar

Product Owner and the Scrum Team

Posted by in Blogs, Derek Huether: The Critical Path Blog

On March 11, 2014, I presented a talk to IIBA Baltimore on the topic of the Product Owner and the Scrum Team.  I have to say, this was an awesome bunch […]

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12
Mar

Effective Project Management: The Prince 2 Principles

Posted by in Blogs, Josh Nankivel: PM Student Blog

PRINCE2 (an acronym for PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a de facto process-based method for effective project management. The methodology encompasses the management, control and organization of a project.  Prince2 is based on 7 principles, 7 themes and 7 processes in which each process is defined by main input and output, together with specific objectives

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10
Mar

Project Management Around the World – A Kiwi’s View from Europe

Posted by in Blogs, Deanne Earle: Change Through Action Blog

This post is part of the #PMFlashBlog initiative originally kick started by Shim Marom and taken forward into round two by Mark Phillipy, The Sensible PM. The twist this time is that readers will be taken on a 7 week journey as people involved in proje…

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5
Mar

Project Management Intuition

Posted by in Blogs, Josh Nankivel: PM Student Blog

What is project management intuition? It’s those thoughts you develop that are not necessarily logical. These are thoughts which should be heeded. Some people might call this their gut instincts. Let’s take a look at an example: There was a project I managed where the organization was a balanced matrix. Of course you remember that

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26
Feb

Why Every PM Should Worry About Risk Identification – And You Should Too!

Posted by in Blogs, Geoff Crane: The Papercut PM Blog

In 2007 I had a shattering – I mean shattering – nervous breakdown. Now, there were lots of contributing factors – I had many personal issues to deal with in the previous couple of years including repatriation and the death of a family member (a baby – it was horrible). But the catalyst was a monster project I was assigned […]

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