Restrospective Every Sprint

To prevent a project from getting overwhelming, project managers break down their tasks into specified intervals called “sprints”. (Alistair Cockburn recommends one month, others will say these sprints can be as short as two weeks). You reach these “mini-goals” one at a time, and ultimately you reach the final destination.(Read more about the definition of … Read More

How To Work Outside Your Comfort Zone

Found this article today on Business Week.com. Thought you guys could relate. Discusses topics on How to Work Outside Your Comfort Zone. Read original article here. New managers frequently ask me how to cope with conflicts among colleagues, especially when working on and with global teams. I’ve headed up several internal startup businesses within IBM … Read More

What is Kanban?

In the project management world, this approach to management has been picked up and used as a method for managing tasks, user stories, and projects on the whole. There are software packages, corporations, and even individuals who are using what is called the “Kanban System” of management.