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  • By Daniel Terrin

What are the challenges of your organization?

What are the main challenges of your organization? What do you expect from your manager? If I ask you these questions, what would you answer me? In every Management 3.0 course that we organize, we ask...

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  • By Steven Wallace

Skills every Manager should have - Delegation

Delegation. It’s easy to say but maybe not as easy to do. For managers to be truly successful, they need to delegate. Even if you are not a manager in a company, delegation is something that you should be aware of it and how it can help you.

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  • By Daniel Terrin

Why should you have goals?

I recently had a few conversations in which goals became the central topic. In some cases, it was about the way that they are defined; in others, the way that they are imposed; or communicated; or even the absence of them entirely.

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  • By Daniel Terrin

Embracing Agile with The Incredibles

Yesterday my 4 year old daughter and I were watching (again) one of our favorite films, The Incredibles. And then Steve Denning’s post about embracing Agile came to my mind. But what do these two things have in common?

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  • By Nino Dafonte

Scrum Master as People Manager

At the beginning of my career as a Scrum Master I transitioned, as many others, from a Project Manager position. This is the kind of role where you “own” a team. You are not part of the team, you “manage” the team: performance reviews, career development, vacations, salary adjustments, all this kind of things. From one day to another, you have an agile team. Roles are supposed to be functional; titles don’t matter here, right?

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