One way to do optimize your agile approach is to make your meetings or ceremonies more effective. Ben Aston talks to Alexa Huston about sprint planning, daily standups, sprint reviews and sprint retrospectives to give you the inside track on how you can do them better.
The beginning of a project: the calm before the storm or a manic rush to get things sorted ready for the core work to start? Whichever way it happens, the start of a project is critical to its future success. From estimating and scoping, to assigning resource, defining requirements, briefing in your team, the all important first meeting with the client—there’s a minefield of tasks out there which can shape how your project develops. You have to set the tone for success.
The thing is launched! The developers have dispersed, the designers have high-fived, all of the items on your launch checklist have been dutifully checked off. Maybe there’s still confetti floating down from the ceiling. Your project is done!
Or is it?
In this digital project management podcast, Ben and Tucker discuss time management hacks that we can use so we can be as productive as Beyoncé. They share some practical and simple things that we can do to make more time in our day.
Learn 5 time management techniques that will make you as productive and efficient as Beyoncé. These techniques are simple to replicate and should be used on a daily basis. So if you don’t have a personal staff to take care of nearly every minute detail throughout your life, you should read this article.
Everything you need to know about Sprint Retrospectives; Learn what a sprint retrospective is, the difference between sprint retrospectives and sprint reviews, plus discover 5 quick sprint retrospective ideas that will transform your next sprint retrospective meeting!