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Agile Project Managers' Guide To Hybrid Team Management

Have you heard of agile project management or hybrid team management before? Although the words might seem difficult and complicated, we assure you they are not. In fact, agile project management might even make it easier and faster for you and your hybrid team to complete projects. Hybrid teams have emerged across the business landscape as a result of the introduction of technological developments and cost pressure brought on by greater globalization.


Agile Project Managers' Guide to Successful Project Completion

When it comes down to managing your workforce, there are multiple theories about project management to choose from. However, as you begin your research into which theory fits right for you and your business, you will probably see one particular word that shows up every now and then – Agile. Many companies are now talking about the need to be more agile. The pace of change is not only moving fast. Instead, it’s accelerating.


A glossary of 26 Agile terms to boost your project management game

The Agile methodology for project management is a powerful and highly effective framework. Teams implementing Agile methods like Scrum can see as much as a 250% increase in performance across certain metrics—that’s a number that should be taken seriously. However, the world of Agile is also full of jargon, and Agile terms can be confusing for those new to the methods.


What makes a successful agile team in a hybrid world

To meet the challenges of the future, businesses have to stay agile. Perhaps it’s unsurprising, then, that in 2020—one of the most challenging years on record—businesses with agile practices outperformed non-agile teams on almost every dimension that matters. Agile organizations saw greater customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and operational performance than their competitors.


The Pros and Cons of Kanban, Scrum, and Agile: How to Choose the Right Methodology for Your Team

Project management has evolved significantly in recent years. No longer are traditional waterfall methods sufficient for managing today’s complex projects. Instead, agile project management methodology has become the norm. There are three main agile frameworks: Scrum, Kanban, and Agile. Each of these methodologies has its own unique set of benefits and drawbacks. In this blog post, we’ll weigh the pros and cons of each methodology and help you decide which is best for your team!


Agile release planning: How to effectively plan for success

Every project needs a plan. But sometimes, even the best, most carefully drafted plans need to change. That’s the basic premise behind agileproject management, a project managementmethodology that’s wildly popular among software development teams. In 2021, 86% of software development teams were using agile, and it's quickly becoming the dominant practice in industries where iteration and flexibility are essential.


How To Use Trello For Scrum (And Better Teamwork)

If your team struggles to make progress, or you don’t know what to focus on and in what order, Scrum might be the answer to your problems. And Trello’s movable, flexible, and visible features for work management and project management can help get your Scrum off the ground. Running Scrum on a Trello board helps give work more direction, ensures you’re focused on tasks that add value, and tracks your measurable progress week over week.


Faster, Better, Stronger - The Case for Agile Performance Management

As companies shift to working in a more agile fashion, shouldn’t their performance management take a similar approach? Find out how to begin implementing a more agile performance management model to suit your modern workforce. Discover digital tools like employee productivity tracking software that can help support your business and its agile transformation.


How To Have Successful Sprint Review Meetings

If you want to run your team agilely, you need a successful sprint review meetings process. This is a meeting where the team demonstrates what they have accomplished in the last sprint and discusses what they will do in the next one. As with any Agile meeting, the goal is always to keep the whole process focused on specific objectives. This means that a successful sprint review meeting is well-organized and runs smoothly.


Agile Project Management: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprises

Organizations are under constant pressure to release new features and products in today’s business environment. This necessitates the use of agile project management practices, which help teams move FAST (Forward, Achieve, Synergize, and Troubleshoot). Agile project management has been rapidly growing in popularity over the last few years, and it’s clear why.