A co-worker of mine has been reading a SCRUM book and asked my opinion about which project management methodology is better, Agile or Waterfall. First I had to think hard about and really define SCRUM as a process of working rather than a methodology. But as we were talking I told him that I believe […]
An interesting combination of workflows and wireframes is not just for mobile apps anymore, it can be applied to web pages as well. It may be a bit more work to create, but the benefit of having everyone understand clearly is priceless.
I’ve gotten into watching TED talks at home and have found the business category. All of them are good, but one which I found particularly interesting, since I like Systems Analysis was one titled “An Introduction to Systems Thinking and Wicked Problem Solving”. It explains the process and components of analyzing a system and, although […]
I’m all for automating routine tasks when it makes sense, when the time it takes to develop the automation is less than the amount of time it takes to perform the task. I found this chart a while ago and it has been sitting on my desk for a while. I finally decided to add […]
“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change -” ― Heraclitus Many people don’t like change, but if they have a voice in the change, they will be “bought in” and will be more accepting. This is important information for managers, but also for employees who find themselves trying to deal with change that they […]
As I move through my career I’m shifting away from just interacting with computers (coding, managing servers and database, etc.) and working more with people and how they can utilize the technology. This shift, as well as my interest in project and people management, makes me more interested in articles like this one, How to […]
I noticed an interesting article about communication in the workplace, but I don’t think there is an ideal level of communication for everyone involved in every situation.
I always knew there was the Project Management Institute and the PMIBOK which needs to be purchased, but I just heard about the SEBoK (Systems Engineering Book) which is free and open to the world.