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Regardless of who you are - customer, developer, QA or PM - it’s good to know what you can expect from those involved in the same project. This article should give you an insight into the basics of who is who in a given project.
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When it comes to communicating your ideas about a new piece of software to developers, it’s not unusual for entrepreneurs to feel a little flustered when trying to relay the finer details of your vision. It can be done quickly and effectively if you follow this simple manual. Enjoy!
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Imagine the following: you’ve hit on a great idea for a digital product. You want to run with it, but some doubts remain.
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Like W.H. Murray said, “teams of ordinary people achieve extraordinary results.” Check out these simple and tested solutions for large team management.
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Starting up any new IT project can be a stressful time. It shouldn’t be, however, and it needn’t be either if you choose a development team that puts communications and project organization at the forefront of all its processes.
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For the 3rd time, we invited people keen to learn what it means to be a Project Manager in agile IT teams for a 2-day workshop. Once again we were overwhelmed by the positive energy of the participants, not to mention their ingenuity too. Check out what our teams have come up with this time!
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Perhaps it is your ambition to become a great Project Manager - if so, there are a host of management skills to be developed. For this very reason, it is our pleasure to invite you for the 3rd edition of our Project Management Workshops.
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We're moving faster and faster with our Project Management workshops - the next edition is coming soon! Since some of you were not sure if they could apply, or what exactly we are going to cover during the workshop, we bring you a list of frequently asked questions - with answers, of course!
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The difference is simple: product owners deal with the what? and why? questions, while project managers deal with the how? and when?. The former concentrates on thinking about what to build, based on the capabilities of the team, which are the concern of the latter. OK, I guess it’s not that simple - you can’t answer just in one sentence! Let me tell you a bit more how it works.
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Some 15 lucky (and very creative) people joined us for the weekend in Netguru office to learn about project managements skills. Those were 2 intense days that we’re happy to share with you now.
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