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Traditional Project Management vs Agile Product Development

Traditional Project Management vs Agile Product Development

In this day and age venture project managers play a great role in the success of a business or an organization. Traditional project management specifically emphasizes on conducting a long and detailed upfront planning for all projects irrespective of whether the requirements are known or not. While Agile is a general approach used for software development projects, it emphasizes on…

Habit 2 of 7 Successful Habits: Why Engaged Listening Is An Essential Trait Of An Agile Coach

Habit 2 of 7 Successful Habits: Why Engaged Listening Is An Essential Trait Of An Agile Coach

“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” –Bryant H. McGill Listening is the way we connect with people. They can tell when the connection is there and will be more open to share and try on new ideas with you. Engaged Listening helps us to give full attention to the…

My 2018. 52 Books, one for every week

My 2018. 52 Books, one for every week

Sometimes it’s a little better to travel than to arrive – Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance Prologue There are some goals we pursue relentlessly and some we drop on the way. Is there a reason for that? I have always been a veracious reader, but never went about it methodically. Whatever I could lay hands on would be…

Habit 1 of 7 successful habits: What Makes Your Coaching Questions Powerful?

Habit 1 of 7 successful habits: What Makes Your Coaching Questions Powerful?

“I’m not here to answer your questions. I’m here to question your answers.” As a coach, asking the accurate questions is more valuable than having the exact answers. When an individual builds the solutions from their own, they are followed more by the people. A proper question at the proper time can change a professional life for your teams by…