How to solve situation when the team members are often interrupted in their agile project by the operation staff?
My position is SCRUM Master.
Dear all, Most probably you have already met a situation when you knew the real project or program status and you were under pressure to commit yourself that it would be delivered within budget, on time and to the expected quality even though you knew it couldn't without any change.
What is the best practice for newcomers to gain respect from other usually more senior and often older colleagues? Do you have any experience of any of the two perspectives?
New PM is on board. Several companies is going to employ a new PM after they find that their customer project service obligations are weak. In a short time, large PM results are expected after projects are taken over by him/her. It does not matter whether it is one or more different projects at once.
What is the difference between a Coach and a Scrum Coach? Thank you.
According to Ovidius, Pygmallion was a Cypriot sculptor, who fell in love with an ivory woman statue he carved. The goddess Aphrodite appreciated his love and offerings and changed the statue to a real woman. Pygmallion then married her and they had a daughter. So much for the history or mythology, now let's go back to management. The phenomenon called Pygmalion effect says that others' expectations from a person are affecting that person's performance.
I heard that KANBAN is more suitable for the long – term development projects (without time limits for each deliverables), however, it is necessary to finish a project as soon as possible.
Is there any way to deal with mobbing at the workplace or stop corporate psychopaths and sociopaths?
I am looking for a best practice to encourage project stakeholder participation.
Hi guys, I have a question.
As a leader, how do you deal with yourself and your environment and the people around you?
Hi, If you could only recommend 3 tools for portfolio management, which 3 would you select? Thank you.
The point of the SCRUM Sprint Retrospective meeting is to look at both positive and negative aspects of the project. If the meeting is facilitated by the SCRUM master in a way that the team members only discuss “what is not working”, and the meeting is focused on negative issues, it might damage the work atmosphere and have a negative impact on the team.
I have got a question.
Hi, my agile project team members are seated at various locations.
Unprepared meeting agenda and meeting time plan, non-compliance with the project schedule and meeting agenda.
Lack of resistance to unrealistic demands
Hey guys, one more question how often should I communicate with my Project Board?