Companies are complex structures. Analyzing these structures is essential for optimizing the processes and changes for better results. Using the concept of the 5 Dimensions helps to get quick and complete information about the organization. This information is the base for every next step on the way to improve the efficiency of the company. What
Scrum – an efficient way to run software projects. Valuable modules are delivered early and continuously. Reacting to changes and new demands is a key strength of scrum. Agile working helps to get optimal output with great flexibility. But this flexibility makes it hard to answer the 2 questions: When will the project be finished?
Limited budgets and tight schedules are an integral part of many IT projects. Agile working styles and continuous change processes increase the pressure on project managers and IT consultants. The resulting workload can easily exceed the capacity of any individual and lead into burnout. Burnout among employees is a genuine threat and costs a lot
Generally, I like meetings. They are good for gathering information, delivering one’s results and becoming aware of the project status. Even more importantly, all team members meet in the flesh and decisions can be made fast and easily. Sometimes … Sometimes meetings are a real pain. Why? Because they’re poorly organized: before, during or after
IT projects are deployed in complex environments. Budgets and time to market are limited. Difficult hardware and software environment, high demands on safety and compliance, variable conditions, many interfaces and countless other factors influence the progress of the project. All these factors put project managers, consultants, developers and product owners under a lot of pressure.
Teams are the basis of nearly every IT-project. Project managers, analysts, hardware-specialists, software-engineers, sales people, future users, and other shareholders form this team. The formal structure and the objectives are fixed at the start of the project, but the path to a successful team is still long. Systemic coaching can accelerate building a successful team,
Systemic Coaching has conquered his place in the business world and could do a good job in the IT-world too. I will show the advantages of these practices and some examples of use in this series of blogs. Let’s start with the basics: What do I mean when talking about systemic coaching? Systemic Coaching Looking in
Project management comprises the provision and organization of all measures and activities necessary for the technical implementation of an IT project. This includes the management of the project, quantitative and qualitative project controlling, timely organization of necessary technical resources, preparation of the new system’s rollout, organization of test operation runs, supervision of the acceptance process, consulting
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