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The Role Call: A New Practice to Set Your Team Up for Success

The Role Call: A New Practice to Set Your Team Up for Success

By ensuring that these four specific roles are incorporated into your team, you can increase your chances of project success.

IT as Great Facilitators Part 4

IT as Great Facilitators Part 4

Discover how great facilitators can lead teams to success.

IT as Great Facilitators Part 3

IT as Great Facilitators Part 3

Learn how this facilitation exercise can help shine light on the importance of Commitment Based Estimating.

IT as Great Facilitators Part 2

IT as Great Facilitators Part 2

Learn two basic facilitation practices you can use to manage a room and deliver effective sessions.

IT as Great Facilitators Part 1

IT as Great Facilitators Part 1

With so many kinds of facilitation roles, learn how to make sure you stay in your role and not push your own agenda.

Is Your Software Development Team Set Up for Failure?

Is Your Software Development Team Set Up for Failure?

A common concern keeping CIOs up at night: Am I getting the best RPM out of my team? Often the answer is no.

It's 10am and the Requirements Session has Started... Do You Know Where Your Business Team Is?

It’s 10am and the Requirements Session has Started… Do You Know Where Your Business Team Is?

Many business users feel as though requirements definition is a waste of their time. Learn how to get the most out of them and become a better partner.

Prototype Technologies are Ruining Your Prototypes

Prototype Technologies are Ruining Your Prototypes

Learn how some prototyping can decrease your chance for project success.

You Guys Start, We’ll Figure This Out Later

You Guys Start, We’ll Figure This Out Later

Learn how this simple phrase could be the main warning sign that your project is in danger before you even start.

The Attitude of Estimation

The Attitude of Estimation

Learn how to overcome the biggest obstacle any team has to getting consistent estimates — our attitude towards estimates.