Sometimes come across motivational and inspiring quotes online and look at the person saying it or re-quoting it and think, do they really mean that or they just forwarding it on in the hope of a few likes or shares. It’s hard to tell, so in this post rather than just sharing a load of quotes, I’ve added the reasons why I like them and when I use them.
The Waterfall methodology or model is the traditional approach to project management. It breaks down the stages of a project into sequential phases. An Agile model is an iterative approach for creating products by releasing small increments of work that allow for fast feedback and as you build your product.
How many times have you created an agenda, or been passed an agenda for a meeting and thought,
“Wow, great agenda, I love how this is written and presented and the agenda items are so exciting, I can’t wait to get started.”
Not often I’m sure?
I’ve been working with Scrum for quite a few years with varying success and some total failures as well. These experiences have all been in the digital agency environment, which, in my opinion (no research to back this up) is one of the hardest environments to implement Scrum.
I've written about my approach for setting goals in 6 simple steps to achieve your goals, but there is another use for goal creation.
This approach is starting to have a significant impact with me, my team and within our agency, and that's creating goals for everything we do.