It’s been an extremely hectic week with busy season at work and starting a Financial Management course for my MBA program (and so far, it really sucks!). So, I have no topics for this week, and I wish everyone an excellent weekend. If you live in the United States, enjoy your Labor Day weekend!
I’m working on materials to train my colleagues next week on how to use a Kanban board to manage their work. I’m including one major lesson that I learned by using it, and I thought that it would benefit you as well: It should represent reality. There are a few excellent reasons why it should […]
According to the Project Management Institute’s standard, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), project management has nine knowledge areas. They are the following: Project Integration Management: This involves managing the integration of all processes and activities in each of the five process groups. Project Scope Management: The scope of the project includes […]
I was fortunate enough to receive an invitation to do a video interview for Agile Marketing – The Learning Channel. I was interviewed by Marti Konstant, and I talked about several topics such as what the Certified ScrumMaster training is like, visualizing your workflow with a Kanban board, and one way of breaking down an […]
I recently became a Certified ScrumMaster through the Scrum Alliance. Scrum is an agile software development framework used for product development. Without getting into the nitty-gritty, there are some principles from Scrum that you can apply to any job: Impediment removal: Scrum emphasizes that impediments that stand in the way of getting work done should […]
Photo by orcmid I am not a naturally organized person. The creative side of my brain is far more dominant. Since my workload has become increasingly large and complex, I had to find a system that worked for me. I did, and it’s called Personal Kanban. Kanban was created by Toyota to help support its […]