Some team members have great ideas but struggle to effectively communicate them. This can cause confusion and damage the project at hand. Learn how to help team members communicate clearly and effectively in meetings.
The Scrum framework can be a huge asset for your software development team. In this article, Scrummaster Mark Potter discusses the best uses for Scrum on an Agile development project.
A lack of focus during meetings can not only waste time and money, but hurt the project. Learn how to deal with a team member who multitasks during meetings in the fourth part of Jaymes Jones’ Challenging Personality Types blog series.
Facilitating meetings can be difficult, and with many attendees, it’s easy to go off track. JD Jones discusses how to facilitate meetings with attendees who relish debate in the third article of his 6 Challenging Personality Types series.
Teams can employ Triage Meetings to effectively plan for the future and discuss ongoing work. However, many people dread Triage Meetings and perceive them as a waste of time. Learn how to eliminate those negative thoughts and facilitate valuable Triage Meetings.
Ever received late round feedback that caused you to go back to the drawing board? Learn to facilitate meetings so late feedback doesn’t derail your project in the second article of our 6 Challenging Personality Types series.
Looking to securely access Confluence data as a specific user in external apps? We’ve done this with custom REST endpoints in ScriptRunner. Learn how to do this yourself in this step-by-step guide!
Managing a team can be difficult. A team is made up of different personalities, and some are more challenging than others. Learn how to adapt your facilitation techniques to accommodate different personalities and communication styles.
As product managers, our job description is pretty simple: to make all of our software development projects succeed. Read five simple tips that product managers can do to ensure success every time.
Those who are constantly exploring, growing, and sharing information tend to be strong communicators, be excellent consultants, and excel in a remote first work environment. Read our tips on how to empower both personal and professional growth.