How to get going with Kanban project management in your team!

One of the most challenging things in project management is to get a quick overview of the project and at the same time easily zoom into details in the project plan. The Kanban process can help you run projects and project teams smoothly and an online tool can support the process even better. 

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Virtual meetings – how to adapt your communication skills

Virtual meetings are already the norm for most organisations—they have become an everyday business reality but few of us have adapted our skills to truly master them. Being able to virtually participate in a meeting has some great advantages. However, being able to plan, facilitate and participate in a successful virtual meeting brings a number of challenges.

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7 tips to get started with an agile project

Hopefully, you know the difference between waterfall and agile and as I mentioned in my previous blog posts, we at Zooma are working with a combination of both, depending on the type of project, team and customer.

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What is Kanban process management and why, when, how should you use it?

If you work with projects where tasks are difficult to estimate, or where the conditions and priorities could or will change, chances are that using a Kanban process may help you save a lot of agony. So what is Kanban and why, when and how should you use it?

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What is a waterfall project?

A while ago I wrote a post about agile project management. In this post you will learn more about another project method called the waterfall method.

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What is an agile project?

Agile is an adjective and means being able to move quickly and easily. An agile project is a way of working in an iterative process where the entire team takes a big responsibility for all tasks to be delivered. 

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How a project brief lays the foundation for a successful project

When a project starts there is often a requirement and wish for final delivery or launch as soon as possible. It can therefore seem like an advantage timewise to skip or just do a ‘quick and dirty’ project brief without using a proper brief template. However, that is usually an illusion that ends up costing you more time in the long term. In this post I lay out the rationale for using a proper project brief and how to use it.

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