If you are implementing Agile practices in your organization, you likely recognize it isn’t a textbook transition. Transitioning to an Agile team is a change in mindset, team organization, and the team’s culture.
If your weekend plans look anything like mine, you’ll be reading. A lot. My favorite thing to do on a warm Saturday afternoon is stretch out on the hammock with a good book in-hand. These five books are heavy on the storytelling, light on the jargon, and full of lessons and research we can apply to our personal and work lives.
As working remotely becomes more common, project managers need to learn new skills for keeping their team motivated and on track. PM expert Elizabeth Harrin offers her tips.
While the worlds may feel completely separate from one another, project managers and business leaders can learn a great deal from adventure experts, aka the project managers of the outdoors.
Daily Limits offers managers the ability to set a max number of hours per day for team members to work on a project.
Once the stuff of science fiction, the idea of artificial intelligence (AI) carrying out tasks that only humans could previously achieve has become a reality.
The worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 18 percent in 2017 to total $246.8 billion. Here are five reasons why moving to a cloud-based project management tool could save you time and money.