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  • The Most Important Tips for Setting up a SharePoint Project Site
    SharePoint is one of the most vital tools for collaboration in project management. However, if you are new to SharePoint and starting a new project, it’s essential to pay attention to several key points when setting up and using your site to ensure it operates as efficiently as possible. A SharePoint site will only be used if it is user-friendly, and project team members can quickly find [more ...]
  • How to Use Unique Permissions for Libraries and Lists in SharePoint
    With Microsoft 365 group permissions, all members (except administrators) have the same level of access to all Microsoft 365 applications and data associated with the Microsoft 365 group (e.g., Teams, SharePoint, Outlook, Planner, etc.). There are no areas blocked from their access. SharePoint is an exception because it also has its own permissions system, allowing further restriction of [more ...]
  • How to Scale Scrum for Larger Programs and Companies
    In the ever-evolving landscape of software development, agile methodologies like Scrum have become indispensable tools for teams aiming for efficiency and adaptability. While Scrum’s principles excel in smaller projects, the challenge arises when scaling it up for larger programs and companies. This article explores the critical need for scaling Scrum, the complexities involved, and the [more ...]
  • How to Make Your Traditional Project Management More Agile
    Agile project management and especially Scrum has been successfully established in many companies since the Agile Manifesto in 2001, especially for software development projects. For most projects, however, agile project management is not the best method. Traditional project management, however, can still learn a lot from agile methods and thus make projects even more successful. In this article, [more ...]

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"It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.“

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