I was recently reading an article from Psychology Today entitled, “Why Didn’t You Hear What I Meant to Say?” by Leon F Seltzer, Ph.D., where the author illustrates how people trick themselves into thinking that they’ve adequately communicated with others. … Continue reading »
EK uses an agile approach in everything we do. In this presentation from the 2018 KMI Showcase, Joe Hilger shares how we apply agile across all of our KM projects. Learn how EK uses agile to develop a KM Strategy. Once … Continue reading »
Organizations in the 21st century face great opportunities and threats presented by fast paced technological advances. According to Forbes Magazine, the most defining traits of a successful 21st century organization are: Relentless innovation, which requires a new mindset that liberates … Continue reading »
When applied effectively, product delivery and process management frameworks can present great rewards in the way we work. However, they may also result in drawbacks that fail to fulfill our needs. In the previous “Agile” vs. “Waterfall” blog series, It’s … Continue reading »
On Thursday, May 18, 2017 Enterprise Knowledge will be hosting the Northern Virginia Agile Coaching Circle. The group will be discussing how agile coaches can seamlessly transition between roles as coaches, mentors, consultants, and trainers. Register for the event by … Continue reading »
On Thursday, April 20th, Enterprise Knowledge will be hosting the Northern Virginia Agile Coaching Circle. Register for the MeetUp by visiting the event page on MeetUp.com.
Humans have been developing processes and refining how to manage work for many years. The Brief History of Project Management dates the application of Project Management (PM) back to the construction days of the Great Pyramids of Giza. Today, we … Continue reading »
Mary Little explains how to facilitate an agile retrospective in 60 seconds.
Facilitating a retrospective at the end of each sprint is one of the best ways to embody a spirit of continuous improvement, or kaizen, on your agile team. This is typically an hour-long session where you encourage all of your … Continue reading »
Would you like to be more agile but are not sure where to start? Have you tried going agile before and failed, or can’t align on the best way forward? Enterprise Knowledge offers tailored three-day workshops for organizations and project … Continue reading »