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Tag: project management
Do you feel like you're not making the best use out of your skills, money and effort while at work?
Designers know that communication and organization are essential to making a project successful. Otherwise it's too easy to suffer from misunderstandings.
Parth Misra presents 11 productivity tools, explaining how they can help organize your day and increase your productivity.
99designs is a marketplace for finding the best design talent, but did you know that you can curate your own on-call team of super-designers? Here's how.
Having the best developers and designers on the planet is no good if they aren't on the same page. David has the tools to help you fit them together.
Ada Ivanoff looks at seven ways freelancers can manage their schedule better to avoid stress, chaotic time management and burn-out.
If the daily standup is one of the most iconic rituals of scrum, the sprint retrospective may be the most representative of the agile philosophy.
A scrum team doesn't work in a vacuum. There's usually an organization that exists around scrum, and that supports the efforts of the scrum team
At the end of the sprint, everything that was worked on for the current sprint is demonstrated for the team, the product owner, and observers.
In this article, we will talk about Daily Standup, the objective, and the benefits from using it.
In this article, you will learn what is Sprint Planning. Sprint planning is hosted by the scrum master, but the person responsible for most of the content that goes into a sprint planning is the product owner.
In this article, you will learn about Scrum Rituals. Each ritual is a face-to-face gathering in real time, which takes people away from the work they’re doing, and offers them the opportunity to have targeted communication with each other about the context of that work.
In this article, we will talk about Product Owner. A product owner usually belongs to a department such as Product or Customer Support, and spends time working with customers.
In this chapter, we’ll go over the critical roles of scrum master, product owner, and team member.
In this article, you will learn why you shoul choose scrum for web and mobile developement. Scrum offers a team-based approach to project work that allows a product development process to benefit from iterative self-reflection.
It's becoming increasingly important for non-technical employees to have some level of technical skill. We look at six ways coding skills will help you.
Scrum is one of several techniques for managing product development organizations, lumped under the broad category of agile software development.
You've heard of the Kanban methodology, but why should you use it over more popular software development approaches like SCRUM? Sergey Laptick explains.
Sometimes unexpected bugs threaten to get in the way of your current sprint. Agile expert M. David Green suggests four strategies for dealing with them.
Designers and developers need to work closely to get the best out of each other. Sympli, the latest attempt to make a seamless collaboration tool .
Daniel Schwarz looks at five ways remote teams can make accountability, a key driver of remote success, a key part of company culture.
The following is a short extract from our recent book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, available for free to SitePoint Premium members.
John Tabita looks at Asana, and guides the reader through his process for getting the most out of it in a project management setting.
Craig Buckler looks at Nutcache, a powerful tool for mangaging teams and projects.
Paul Maplesden provides advice on how entrepreneurs and small businesses can better work with their freelancers for mutual gain.
Michelle Nickolaisen discusses a few problems every freelancer runs into, and how to avoid them by managing your own projects more effectively.
A look at the similarities and differences between Scrum and Kanban, to help Agile teams decide which approach best suits their needs.
Camilo Reyes discusses his experiences in pushing back on clients' requests, and offers tips to help earn their trust.
Peter Nijssen takes a look at Paymo, a project management, time-tracking and invoicing app.