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This Week In #Agile 24/11/2017

Posted by Jonathan Orgel on Fri, Nov 24, 2017

Hello again from the Project Management Team at LoansWithNoCreditCheck and BAMTECH Media. Welcome to this, our sixty first  edition of “This Week in #Agile”. Please feel free to peruse some of the articles that we’ve enjoyed reading over the past week.

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This is quite an interesting (and recent) article that highlights the “must haves” when organising change within an organisation.  It does echo , (which is no bad thing),  but it also includes links to more contemporary information regarding the subject, including the various components of Change Management Plans, which readers might find helpful.  

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This articles describes 5 distinct signs to look out for, in order to assess if your team are likely to underperform in the long run.

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In the context of learning and improvement Mike covers five interesting topics including
how the right way may seem more time-consuming and difficult but more worthwhile, confronting the people challenges within a team and managing stakeholder ex

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As a project manager, managing people is a large component of your work. So it's worth Think about how you learn the techniques you use. Do some come from experience? From books, seminars or training courses? Did you learn some from watching others? Do you do things because everyone else does them?

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Have you ever heard a stakeholder on your project say, “I’m completing the template you guys asked me to complete?” Or maybe you’ve heard, “I’m completing the steps in your process.”

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More than 20 pages on the state of scrum. Too much? Scan through it you will find some data that fascinates you. Or perhaps more important solid data to support for a proposal.

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The product backlog  lists all the work that is deemed necessary for the product. How Scrum Teams decide to capture this work is entirely up to them. They can write User Stories, they can use a bunch of keywords, write use cases or even draw pictures.

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