Just Because You Can Work From Anywhere, Doesn’t Mean You Should – Part 2

Our guest blogger this week is Elinor Slomba. Elinor Slomba combines 20 years’ fundraising and management experience with training in ethnographic research methods and Agile project management frameworks. Her purpose is to help organizations in the arts and start-up worlds

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Just Because You Can Work From Anywhere, Doesn’t Mean You Should – Part 1

Our guest blogger this week is Elinor Slomba. Elinor combines 20 years’ fundraising and management work experience with training in ethnographic research methods and Agile project management frameworks. Her purpose is to help organizations in the arts and start-up worlds

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40 Bright People + 24 Hours = 8 Enterprise Apps

Recently, I was privileged to witness an impressive demonstration of rapid innovation, fueled by collaboration and teamwork, resulting in 8 apps. It’s even more impressive considering it was sponsored by a large company from an industry not known for innovation.

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Implementing Agile Change

Our guest blogger this week is Jason Little. In 2008, Jason attended an experiential learning conference about how people experience change and since then, he’s been writing, and speaking, all over the world about helping organizations discover more effective practices

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Can Distributed Teams Work in Agile?

One of the twelve principles behind the Agile Manifesto states: “The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation.” You may also be familiar with co-location, a common arrangement for Scrum

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Who Should Be Scrum Master?

Assigning roles within a framework like Scrum is not an easy task. While we try to approach it with an open mind it can be difficult to see past the biases associated with existing roles in the organization. Let’s examine

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