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Agile and Scrum

Transforming to an Agile Enterprise

By Sandeep Shouche
True “Agility” is a much deeper change and most enterprises will underestimate the amount of change they will experience when they adopt Agile. There are several deep-rooted habits that have to be kicked and some new ones have to be embraced.

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From Googlewhack to Gazillion!
Leadership

From Googlewhack to Gazillion!

By Judith W. Umlas
When McGraw-Hill first decided to publish my second book, I thought it should be called Leadership and The Power of Acknowledgment. It felt right due to all of the positive experiences and wonderful stories that emerged training leaders in this initiative.

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Managing Virtual Teams Successfully
Leadership

Managing Virtual Teams Successfully

By Dr. Willis H. Thomas, PMP, CPT
Virtual teams are becoming more of the norm for organizations as they strive to acquire the best talent from anywhere in the world, minimize overhead everywhere on the earth and stretch their global presence on a worldwide basis.

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Why Your Agile Implementation Failed
Agile and Scrum

Why Your Agile Implementation Failed

By Roy Schilling
Being tired of missed deadlines and disappointed customers, I wanted a better way to deliver – faster, better, cheaper. I had been reading about Agile and how it had helped organizations with exactly what I was looking to solve.

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How to Brand Yourself on LinkedIn
Digital Know Hows

How to Brand Yourself on LinkedIn

With approximately 467 million users, LinkedIn is undoubtedly the largest Professional Network on Social Media. Here are some tips that will help you maximize your presence and brand yourself successfully on LinkedIn.

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Leadership

Why You Should Give Your Organization the Option to Fail

By Joel “Thor” Neeb
As leaders, we must give our teams permission to fail. In his landmark book “The Lean Startup”, Eric Ries advocates for empowering your team to fail in small ways often so that they can learn how to find the right path to big success.

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