Category Archives: Management

Priority Consideration Table

It can be difficult when trying to determine which project should get priority over another. If left up to business leaders, they would all get priority. I’ve actually seen instances where different business units could not come to an agreement … Continue reading

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Prioritization between projects

The most efficient way to prioritize projects and complete the work is one item at a time. See the below diagram for further explanation: This diagram was borrowed from the book “Scrum” by Jeff Sutherland (which I highly recommend). The … Continue reading

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Team Health Check

This is an idea that leaders can use to gauge the overall health of a team. This should NOT be used in a negative way such as comparing one team to another or making a team feel bad for having … Continue reading

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Leadership at all levels

If you’re not being a leader because of your title then you’re missing out. I’d like to think that I’m a leader even though I’ve never been a manager or executive and haven’t had an official “leader title”. The point … Continue reading

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