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People are dealing with really serious things in their personal life and though we would love for those we lead to leave their personal life at the door when they enter work, it's not always that easy. As I've been leading over the last few years I have found that these 5 tips have helped me to lead...
People are dealing with really serious things in their personal life and though we would love for those we lead to leave their personal life at the door when they enter work, it's ...
If you are a Scrum Master of an agile team, your prime purpose is to help the software development team remove obstacles that are impeding progress. The best practice approach in s...
During a recent project where we were adopting aspects of Agile into a very waterfall environment I found myself repeatedly verbalising the concept of ‘definition of done&rsq...

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