In this blog I usually write about best practices that help set teams up for success. That is really what Getting Predictable is about.
A common concern keeping CIOs up at night: Am I getting the best RPM out of my team? Often the answer is no.
How recognizing “Spellcheckers” can decrease ambiguity around details and increase project success.
Some call it “Knowledge Management.” I call it learning and sharing. Here are 5 ways to get you and your team learning from one another today.
Let’s go further and look at a four-step approach to help a team effectively deal with the obstacles they uncover. As a member of a team, you probably see obstacles all the time. You complain and then ask for help. However, when you ask for help, you have to sell others on why this issue should be dealt with.
Welcome IT Leaders and Teams. Getting Predictable is a blog devoted to helping leaders and teams jointly develop a no-surprise partnership. We do that with best practices that help us identify, understand and overcome the obstacles that prevent teams from being predictable. This is the first of a two-part introduction about the spirit and mission behind this blog.