Tagged: team

Seismic Shift in Human Resources Functionality

Seismic Shift in Human Resources Functionality

The human resources industry has undergone huge changes over the last few years. In the past a company’s HR department might have been largely concerned with recruitment and disciplinary and compliance issues, but changes in both HR practices and businesses’ expectations have contributed to the transformation of this traditional role.

Factors that Make a Low-Performing Team Achieve Higher Performance

Performance including ways to improve it is one of the key concerns of managing product teams. When an executive considers what constraints have the greatest impact on team functioning and product development, basically this individual needs to explore five factors common to most high-performing teams. As multiple surveys indicate, those five factors determine approximately 70% of success. In case they not considered and addressed appropriately, the likelihood that a low-performing team achieves higher performance is only 3.5 %. In this article we investigate the factors and provide tips to improve team performance

Tips on averting pitfalls of leadership

Horrible Bosses: Avert the Pitfalls of Leadership

The tenets of effective leadership are simple to comprehend but difficult to achieve. With some introspective journeying to determine your values and vision, and implementing techniques to gear your company toward growth, anyone can rise as a great leader; but first you must rid yourself of ineffectual management tactics. The tips and the roadmap provided in this article will be helpful.

agile pm

Agile PM – Building Trustful Relationships between Customer and Developer

Lack of trust between the customer and the development team blocks success of the project. Agile PM practices allow reaching mutual understanding of the project and its requirements so the parties know how to establish trustful collaboration with each other. In this article we talk about agile project management and how it contributes to building trust between the customer and the dev team.