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Agile and Scrum

Riding the Agility Surfboard on the 3rd Wave of the Internet

Riding the Agility Surfboard on the 3rd Wave of the Internet By Tom Friend, FLEX Coach, CSP, ACP, AHF, PSM, CSM | Business Agility Consultant, IIL Catch Tom’s presentation, “Collective Intelligence: Leveraging the ‘Swarm’ on your Teams,” at the virtual Agile and Scrum conference on May 4th. Today, we are on the cusp of the …

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In Scrum, Everything is 100% Complete. Really? Not So Fast!

In Scrum, Everything is 100% Complete. Really? Not So Fast! By J. LeRoy Ward, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CSM, GWCPM, SCPM  |  Executive Vice President – Enterprise Solutions, IIL Catch LeRoy’s presentation, “Agile: The One Bandwagon You May Want to Jump On!,” at the virtual Agile and Scrum conference on May 4th. Years ago I worked …

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Can Microsoft® Project Be Used for Agile Projects?

Can Microsoft® Project Be Used for Agile Projects? By Keith Wilson, B.Comm., PMP, MCT, MCTS  |  Senior Trainer and Consultant, IIL  Can Microsoft Project be used for Agile projects? Yes! Customizable fields and custom groups can be used effectively to create an Agile template. Custom fields allow you to add project-specific information, which can be used …

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