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The 2015 State of Scrum Report is Out!

The 2015 State of Scrum Report is out and you can also download it here. From the survey results, we see that Scrum is becoming an increasingly popular and in-demand framework. There are no surprises here as most of the… Continue Reading →

A Scrum Master Is Not a Project Manager by Another Name

Contrary to popular belief, the ScrumMaster and project manager roles are highly different and shouldn’t be confused. As more companies migrate their project management to Agile, many do so without a proper understanding of what they’re aiming for. In particular, there are incorrect… 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 →

Increase Your Domain Knowledge In A Project With 8 Proven Ways

I’m a strong advocate of the importance of domain knowledge in project management. Project management in and of itself is now considered a “generic” skill set which is scarcely in demand in the market. To make your resume more marketable these days, it… Continue Reading →

7 Great Project Management Tools

You can accomplish amazing things in business when you have the right project management tools, both technological and social. This is especially true for managing company projects. With some great tools in your arsenal, such as those that follow, you should be able… 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 →

5 Skills That Every Project Manager Should Have

Successful project management is the result of using the right kind of resources and strategies. At the same time, success or failure of a project depends heavily on the abilities of the project manager. Project management is not rocket science…. Continue Reading →

Abnormal Termination of a Sprint

Agile development is all about adapting to change. It is explicitly called out in the second principle behind the Agile Manifesto, “Welcome changing requirements, even late in development. Agile processes harness change for the customer’s competitive advantage.” This is why, in Scrum, the Product… Continue Reading →

Scrum is simple and well defined, but difficult.

The roles and practices of Scrum are simple and well defined, but the practice can be difficult. Although Scrum is about a “mind-set” or adoption of a “culture” with ceremonies designed to make the culture thrive, there are specific roles and practices that are vital to… Continue Reading →

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