Team Management Posts

A Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Sprint Length for Your Project

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Magic comes from the heart, and the heart of Scrum is the sprint. Many teams choose their sprint length without too much thought. And chances are it will works out. In optimism we trust after all.

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10 Best Practices for UX Success in Agile Environment

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For the past year, we have been working closely with Agile teams and user experience professionals to discover the best ways to collaborate and achieve great results. For many UX professionals, it’s not always clear how to fit in an Agile project and what to bring in to allow the project run effectively.

In this article, we share the most popular tips and techniques that contribute to the success of Agile projects.

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Stop Thinking About Yourself if You Want to Build Great Products

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To build a great company you need a great product. Fair enough. Yet, too many companies run big-budget marketing campaigns to sell products that are of no interest to end users. Sad but true, it only ends in wasted time and money.

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10 Guaranteed Ways to Screw Up an IT Project

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Your IT project will inevitably run into bumps along the way. However, there are things that can end up silently killing it. IT executives and project management experts can name dozens of reasons why projects get off track. We are starting with the top 10 ways to derail a project – and how to avoid these pitfalls.

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3 Things Only Top Project Managers Do

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A lot of good project managers follow the ‘best’ practices that are popular in their industry. Traditionally, this comes down to detailed project planning, budget and schedule monitoring, change management … you name it. But if these practices are so brilliant and following them as a routine should guarantee success, then why does the rate of project failures remain so high?

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