Are your team members losing their enthusiasm for new projects? Are they losing sight of the goals set out by your team and organization? Chances are, they’re suffering from project fatigue! On high-performing and ambitious teams, project fatigue is inevitable. There are ways, however, to achieve your goals and keep your team energized. In this blog, Shane Gerson explains 5 best practices for minimizing project fatigue.
Rolling out agile scrum at an enterprise level in the corporate arena can be challenging for even the most adept managers. The role the manager plays is essential to the success of the agile program. Other roles, such as the Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team are clearly explained by scrum in its core practices. But less clear, is what happens to the manager when an organization migrates to agile. How thorough a knowledge of agile does a manager need to have to be successful? How much training and exposure to agile practices do managers need to be effective? How experienced must a manager be in leading to run an efficient scrum program? Below are 5 key tips a manager should utilize for success: