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IN THE BLOG // PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Is your product development team listening to you?

You understand your business, your brand, and your clientele. It’s hard to imagine someone else being able to...

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Leverage technical debt to optimize custom software development

Is technical debt really such a bad thing? Many product managers and developers would say yes. And that’s an...

Leading by example is more than going through the motions

When I stepped into the role of ScrumMaster a year and a half ago, I knew there would be a learning curve. It wasn’t...

10 tips for success on your custom software project

A few months back I wrote a post about the great power and responsibility of the Product Owner in any ongoing software...

Multitasking doesn’t work! Here are 3 project management alternatives

So I stumbled across this post from Tamara Myles, and I wanted to share it here, just in case any of you didn’t...

The 3 critical questions to ask your software development company

In our 14 years of business, I’ve been asked all sorts of questions by prospective clients. In hiring our team, I’ve...

Tim Ferriss productivity hacks for software developers and beyond

Given the number of life-hacking software developers and web designers in our office, it should come as no surprise that...

Project management: “Done” is a moving target

Our very own Chris Walker is featured on the Kickass PM, Austin Texas Meetup blog this month. He writes about the tricky...

Custom software: transparency is a tool, not a goal

We’re all guilty of it: overusing a particular word until it loses its meaning. Words like “synergy,”...

Business growth: the diminishing window of valuable ignorance

Authored by Jordan Epton I want to take a moment to tell you a story... A team is sent to the mountains to find...

What HGTV and your custom software project have in common

If you’re like me, you watch enough shows on HGTV to make you think you know something (if not everything) about real...

Software project planning is not a phase, it’s a ritual

In the 90's the prevailing analogy used to describe software development to business leaders was manufacturing. In this...