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    Agile Project Management and especially Scrum have become established in many companies, especially for software development projects. In recent years, more and more companies have started an agile transformation, especially in the financial sector, with the goal of developing solutions faster, using resources more efficiently and establishing a new work culture. All projects should be carried [more ...]
  • Expect the Unexpected – How the SNB Surprised Everyone
    Risk management is about looking for uncertainties that could jeopardize company goals, project goals or your personal goals. However, you are often surprised by events that you did not expect at all, but were not unlikely to occur. When such events occur, however, they often hit like a bombshell. The Swiss National Bank (SNB) produced such an event on January 15, 2015, that stock and forex [more ...]
  • What Does VUCA Mean in the Context of Projects?What Does VUCA Mean in the Context of Projects?
    VUCA is a term that describes the unpredictable and rapidly changing nature of the modern business environment. VUCA is an acronym that stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity of general business conditions, market situations and world events. In this article, we will explore how VUCA affects products development in projects and how risk management activities can help to [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.“

(Marc Twain)

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