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How to deal with a hole on your team

How to deal with a hole on your team

It happens. A project is in full swing and then someone is off sick, finds another position or you find that someone in your team is not suited to this particular project. How do you cope with that? In fact, how do you c

By on Jul 23, 2014
Scrums for dummies

Scrums for dummies

The project is nearing completion, then the customer says: ‘Actually I don’t want this, I need this!’ In the past, this might have meant a few (or even one!) coders staying up all hours in a desperate bid to meet d

By on Jul 2, 2014
How to make the move from developer to project manager

How to make the move from developer to project manager

There may come a point in your career when you have to decide if you want to continue your techie path or pursue a management career. Switching from a developer role to a project manager role can require a big mindset ch

By on Jun 9, 2014
Ten Signs You’re a Bad Project Manager

Ten Signs You're a Bad Project Manager

Working in IT management will often see you leading a team of people in a project manager role. You will be tasked with delivering an end goal by a set date. It takes a special kind of person to be a project manager and

By on Jun 4, 2014
How to be an organised project manager

How to be an organised project manager

As project manager, it is your responsibility to make sure that a project sees it through from conception to delivery. One of the ways that you can ensure it gets done is through excellent organisational skills. Here are

By on May 23, 2014
Key skills for project managers

Key skills for project managers

As an IT project manager, you’ll need to have a diverse range of skills to get the most from your team to deliver a project on time. Here we take a look at some of the key skills you’ll need if you want to mo

By on May 16, 2014
Biggest project manager cock-ups

Biggest project manager cock-ups

We all make mistakes. We don’t listen, reinterpret what people say, over- or underestimate, collect meaningless data and often think that throwing more money at it can solve all our problems. If only. Here are five of

By on Apr 11, 2014
Diversity is good for business: simple steps to making your workplace more balanced

Diversity is good for business: simple steps to making your workplace more balanced

Culture fit is important for assembling a professional team that reflects the diversity of your organisation, as well as your customers. For each new hire, the introduction of those individual skills, behaviours and comp

By on Mar 11, 2014
An Interim Personal Retrospective on Agile 2013 Submissions

An Interim Personal Retrospective on Agile 2013 Submissions

I volunteer for the Agile conferences, and have for a number of years. For several years, I was a stage producer, which is similar to a track chair at other conferences. I’ve been a stage reviewer for several years

By on Mar 18, 2013
What Does Done Mean For Your Team?

What Does Done Mean For Your Team?

In agile projects, we talk a lot about “done.” Some teams talk about done, or done-done, or done-done-done. To me, that’s confusing. I have one definition of done, and that’s release-able. When we

By on Nov 30, 2012
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