Category: Program Execution

Event Summary 5.4.2017

Linked N Chicago Live Event

Linked N Chicago is an organization based in the city of Chicago that focuses on building and maintaining a dynamic professional network of business leaders. The organization hosts a Live Event monthly for the Network’s members and interested parties to discuss potential business partnerships and mentorship opportunities.
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Case Study 4.18.2017

Managing A Large-Scale Data Center Migration

Driven by parent company objectives for cost containment, global asset management, and enterprise security as part of a global infrastructure shared services initiative, our Client, a large property and casualty insurer, wanted to consolidate their nine data centers into two to reduce the overall data center footprint, retire toxic legacy<span. . .
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Insight Paper 4.13.2017

The Four Personality Types On Agile Teams

Personalities, and how they interact with one another, become even more important in self-organized, Agile teams. A single person can have a significant impact on the performance of the entire team. Recognizing the four main types of personalities and understanding how they interact can help address issues before they become<span. . .
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Insight Paper 3.7.2017

WSJF: A Lean-Agile Model For Prioritizing A Product

Leaders in every enterprise must face the reality that there is never enough money, time, or people to change their products to meet the demands of customers, regulators and many other stakeholders. They must choose. But many lack a formal or structured way to make these choices.
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Insight Paper 2.16.2017

Minimal Agile Documentation

A complaint I recently heard from some Agile teams I’ve been working with was that they didn’t know what was going on with the other teams. They were all focused on their sprint work and they didn’t know what other teams were doing or how they were doing it. <span. . .
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