There is a huge discussion if classic project management is dead and Agile is the only way one can manage projects these days. I just got certified ScrumMaster. Does this mean that I now add my voice to the swan … READ ON!
‘Remote project management does not work’ is often what I hear from CEO’s and COO’s. But is this really true or just a preconception? In early spring 2020 I was suddenly forced to manage a project remotely from home office, … READ ON!
In this article you will learn how to actually choose the right projects to work on in your business… and to dump all others. It seems obvious that we need to concentrate on fewer things and not try to do … READ ON!
To the driven business owners and CEOs of the world: Are you onboarding more projects than you can handle? Are you chasing after that new shiny thing to boost your business? You have project FOMO! When you read until the … READ ON!
Working from home-office? A great part of your team is working from home-office? Here is how to weld a virtual team together. Team spirit and mutual understanding in the team are key. No problem when the team works in the … READ ON!
Establishing a Gate process for your projects makes keeping control of your projects easy and effortless. Let me show you how. Controlling your projects sometimes feels like walking on a razor’s blade. Micromanaging everything burns you out and frustrates your … READ ON!
Planning projects can seem daunting for many of you and believe me I’ve been there. As you read this article you will learn how to you use the Definition of Done correctly. And I’ll explain some ground rules which guarantee … READ ON!
Far too often we accept that people tell us a task is almost DONE. In this article I explain, what the concept behind the Definition of DONE is, how it can save you a huge amount of time and headache … READ ON!
Whatever your business does, if you don’t get your project management right, it will break your business! Not convinced or thinking you don’t have projects? Then read on, this article will open your eyes and give you the basics of … READ ON!
When setting up a project plan people ask me, should I rather plan longer tasks which include lots of items or one task per item? Just having 5 bigger tasks which run over months is tempting as it means that … READ ON!