Varun M.

Servant Leader, Visionary and Entrepreneur.

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Management Lessons Learnt From Top Management Gurus

Yet, as having 5 failed startups in my portfolio and now as Head of Business Development of a mobile company, I can cite many, many practical tips I wish I had known in order to make better management decisions in my… Continue Reading →

Top 50 Project Managers Interview Questions

Here are top 50 interview questions asked to Project Managers curated by top HR and Agile Coaches: How will you define a project? A project is a set of task/activities undertaken to create a product, services or results. These are temporary,… Continue Reading →

Process and Procedure

“The good life is a process, not a state of being.” – Carl Rogers Start by focusing on how your clients will feel when they no longer have the issue you are helping them with. Then develop a procedure to get them… Continue Reading →

Focus On Relationships And Multiply Opportunity

One of the biggest limitations on the size of your future is getting locked into a certain type of relationship—a particular quality of client base and centers of influence that don’t grow or get any better. You may have big goals, but if you’re pursuing… Continue Reading →

Focus On Free Time And Multiply Productivity

One of the major issues for almost all entrepreneurs is increasing their revenue, cash flow, and personal income. Let me tell you one shocking and somewhat scary fact: The secret to dramatically increasing your productivity and your income lies in taking more free time away… Continue Reading →

Focus On Vision And Multiply Progress

In order to multiply your results in all areas of life, it’s critical that you have a compelling and exciting vision of your future. If your future vision isn’t significantly better than what your life looks like now, why change anything? Entrepreneurs with a clear,… Continue Reading →

Get Real Schedules

In this video, Devin talked about what components are needed when making an accurate schedule for your project. He reminded us that it’s important not to get bogged down in the details, but keep it simple, keep it at a high… Continue Reading →

Sprint Planning Meeting

The Sprint planning meeting is time-boxed to 8 hours and consists of two segments that are time-boxed to 4 hours each. The first segment is for selecting Product Backlog; the second segment is for preparing a Sprint Backlog. The attendees are… Continue Reading →

Difference Between Project Manager & ScrumMaster

Over the last several years, many have wrestled with the question of how to make the difference between project manager and ScrumMaster, between coach and boss, more readily understood. How can this explain the shift in a way that is easy… Continue Reading →

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