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4 Clear Signs being Overstrained at Work

4 Clear Signs being Overstrained at Work

Working lives have become more stressful. More pressure is placed on employees on a daily basis as companies shuffle their staff to reduce their staff count without limiting the duties. This can...

by Amy Q.
7 Typical Characters you Meet in Every Company

7 Typical Characters you Meet in Every Company

We are surrounded by people. At home, the gas station or at work we collaborate and talk on a daily basis with different people. Some we like, some we don't. Some enjoy chatting with us while having a...

by Amy Q.
Oh, Snap! Sorry! The Right Way to Act if You Made a Mistake

Oh, Snap! Sorry! The Right Way to Act if You Made a Mistake

Have you made a mistake that really messed you up? Do you think you reacted appropriately? When you make a mistake, it’s always right to remain composed. Do not act agitated, worked up, nervous or...

by Amy Q.
How to React on Critical Feedback, and Get the Best Out of it.

How to React on Critical Feedback, and Get the Best Out of it.

Receiving criticism directly related to job performance is never easy to do. However, when you get constructive criticism it can truly aid in achieving greater proficiency if you understand how to...

by Amy Q.
5 Tips for Being More Productive when Working from Home

5 Tips for Being More Productive when Working from Home

Online work is becoming one of the fastest growing sectors taking up to 10% of US residents, according to some survey conducted at Stanford University. If you are one of those trying to earn a living...

by Amy Q.
7 Things You Should Do After Your Job Application Has Been Rejected

7 Things You Should Do After Your Job Application Has Been Rejected

Job rejections are not common, but if you have been declined a job offer, you ought to understand that you are not alone. Truth be told, you fall among a vast majority as just a small percent of job...

by Amy Q.
10 Tips resolving Impediments efficiently during Daily Scrum

10 Tips resolving Impediments efficiently during Daily Scrum

In Scrum, an Impediment is anything that keeps the team from getting the job done. It slows velocity. Impediments can be in different forms. It could be a cold team room, lack of management support, a...

by Pete R.
How to Lead a Sprint Retrospective?

How to Lead a Sprint Retrospective?

The Scrum framework is based on four core ceremonies. These are the Sprint Planning Meeting, followed by the Daily Stand-Up, the Sprint Review, and finally the Sprint Retrospective.

by Pete R.
How to read your Burn-Down Chart?

How to read your Burn-Down Chart?

A Burn Down Chart is a useful tool which is commonly used during stand-up meetings for assessing how much of the work has been completed for a given assignment. It can even be used as a forecasting...

by Pete R.
Empirical Process Control in Scrum Projects

Empirical Process Control in Scrum Projects

There are three elements to just about every process control. These elements are input, process (the structured set of activities which are designed to achieve a set objective) and the output. If...

by Pete R.
Product Backlog vs. Sprint Backlog

Product Backlog vs. Sprint Backlog

Understanding the difference between Product Backlog and Sprint is vital to managing a successful Scrum project. Both Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog are critical.

by Pete R.
What are T-Shaped-Skills and how to measure it

What are T-Shaped-Skills and how to measure it

T-shaped skills are used for describing specific attributes in desirable workers. The concept of T-shaped skills had been first described in1991 by David Guest, but it was Tim Brown, the CEO of the...

by Pete R.
Necessary Skills and Attitudes of a Good Scrum Master

Necessary Skills and Attitudes of a Good Scrum Master

Organizations that adopt Scrum for the first time tend not to have a deep understanding of Scrum roles which are critical to implementing Scrum successfully.

by Pete R.