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  • People

    Agile Interview with Elizabeth Harrin

    This is our third interview of our brand new series of Agile Interviews with agile influencers. Our previous interviews were with Joel Semeniuk and Stephen Forte.
  • Productivity

    Potential Project Killers - Start too Fast

    You are cruising along on your current project engagement and life seems great. After all, you and your team thought of everything, right? And what the customer came to you with at the beginning of the project – well, that just saved your teamwork and saved the project time and money so the schedule and budget are in good health. Then, BAM! Things start to go wrong and you can’t seem to get a handle on where it all went south…or why. Has this ever happened to you? If not…great…you’re one of the lucky ones. But most of us – ...
  • Productivity

    The Perfect Project Status Report

    The project status report is the project manager’s billboard to the world as far as how things are going on his project. It starts clean at the beginning of the project, full of optimism predicting the future of the engagement and indicating what’s coming up in the coming days and weeks. Everything is reset to zero, everything is on time, everything is on budget, and there are likely very few if any issues to be attacked. All is quiet…all is good. So, you’re ready to move forward with your brand new project. What do you include on the status report? ...
  • People

    Agile Interview with Joel Semeniuk

    This is our second interview of our brand new series of Agile Interviews with agile influencers. For a long time we have been searching for a format that would allow us to provide our TeamPulse blog readers with fresh, unique and different, but still agile content.
    April 25, 2013
  • Productivity

    5 Things the CEO Can Learn from the Project Manager

    The CEO is the leader of the organization.  They need to be in charge of the company in terms of where it’s headed, how it’s going to succeed over the next 12 months, five years, ten years and beyond.
    April 24, 2013