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Written by: Liam Collins When business owners organize a business interview, they usually write down a list of points that need to be covered during the conversation. One of the points that’s often included in that set of questions is teamwork. While this is an important aspect of the business organization, teamwork doesn’t only mean putting people in teams and waiting for a miracle. On the contrary, teamwork requires a lot of engagement from business owners…

Written by: Chris Richardson  The role of a project manager is quite complex. This single individual has to initiate, plan, organize, execute, measure, optimize, and scale a project. Simply put, a project manager is the person in charge, or in control of a project in which more individuals are being a part of. The success of the project heavily depends on the effectiveness of the project manager. The Importance of Effective Team Building Becoming a top-notch…

As the holiday season and the New Year approach, I wanted to take some time and review your favorite Agile articles of 2016. Maybe you’ve read them all already or maybe there is still something new and exciting to learn. Without any further ado lets dive in. 10th place – Top 5 Most interesting Scrumban Boards Learn all about the creative and clever ways to organize your Scrumban boards. These teams are certainly doing it right.…

070516-N-1745W-001Last week I talked about the importance of getting to know your customers and collecting their feedback. This week, I want to bring the focus a little closer to home, to the team. No matter how you slice it, your employees are the key in making everything happen. Without them there would simply be no company. However, we often forget that and observe a diminishing engagement and lack of morale. So what should you do to make sure your team stays as enthusiastic about the future as they were on day one? I am sure these tips will help put you on the right track.

  • Define the rules of the game

Before even talking about empowering and engaging employees, you should make sure that there are clear rules to define the processes. Not only that, but that you also take some time and talk these rules out with your team. Have an open discussion about the management practices and you will be surprised about the valuable feedback and insights that will be offered. This way, you will not only make sure they know the rules, but also have the team be part of their creation.
Genuine interest and open doors will put you ahead of the game.

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