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The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win
Five years after this sleeper hit took on the world of IT and flipped it on it's head, the 5th Anniversary Edition of The Phoenix Project continues to guide IT in the DevOps revolution. In this newly updated and expanded edition of the bestselling The Phoenix Project, co-author Gene Kim includes a new afterword and a deeper delve into the Three Ways as described in The DevOps Handbook.
projectmanagement  devops  sysadmin 
4 hours ago by cyberchucktx
Wekan — open-source kanban
Open-Source kanban.

Snap Linux 64bit version has automatic updates.

Linux 64bit docker-compose.yml runs also on Win10, Mac, etc.
opensource  kanban  projectmanagement  trello  management  tools  software 
20 hours ago by harcesz
Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.
All-in-one workspace
Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. Notion is all you need — in one tool. Notes, docs, knowledge base, tasks, projects, databases.
text  writing  tools  collaboration  wiki  database  knowledgebase  pkm  projectmanagement 
3 days ago by RBarnard
Empathy Map
Empathie Map:
Tool zur Zielgruppenanalyse
Designtool  Zielgruppen  Projectmanagement  Tools  Analyse 
5 days ago by HelleWahnsinn
Die 75 besten Projektmanagement-Zitate
schlaue Menschen, die Aussagen zum Thema Projektmanagement, Management allgemein und Führung getätigt haben.
zitate  projectmanagement  business 
6 days ago by kopfbunt
README/ at master · artsy/README
In general we want to have a conservative dependency policy, which can be summed up as: (1) Is it worth the time it saves? (In terms of API surface area, runtime cost, complexity.) (2) Does it neatly fit the current problem domain, and are we likely to use the other parts? (3) If it becomes un-maintained, can we take over?
dependencies  architecture  projects  projectmanagement  leadership  technology  bestpractices 
6 days ago by dlkinney
Taiga is a project management platform for agile developers & designers who want a simple, beautiful tool that makes work truly enjoyable.
agile  projectmanagement 
10 days ago by Aoterra
#CopywriterLife… It’s Real | Copy Chief
You're trying to do the right thing and help people which is awesome.
Some quick thoughts - empathy is not trusting people recklessly or being a doormat.
You took a chance on the designer
and set him loose on an unsuspecting client
with no way of knowing if he'd produce
when it's been years since you've talked.

You took less money but ultimately you risked your client's money.
An alternate approach would be to give him a small job first elsewhere and then expand on it.
Or just help him get work on his own.
You could have paid him with your money
to do a small task if you had that much confidence in him.

You brought him in with no idea what he would do.
If he did well, you'd be talking about how it's important to take chances on people.

Once you've signed an agreement with a client
your financial side of the project has been worked out.
Then it's minor disagreements and negotiations about deadlines, etc.
Comes with the territory.

But once you pledge your services and reputation to help a client,
your first and last loyalty (within reason) is to your client.

Your friend was out of touch for years.
So he would not have been your first or best choice for the project.
Regardless of how rolling the dice went.

The client is not responsible for helping out your friends.
You compromised for a reason other than your client's best interests.
copychief  robertgibson  projectmanagement  referrals  business 
10 days ago by cmananian
Why are Machine Learning Projects so Hard to Manage?
"I’ve watched lots of companies attempt to deploy machine learning — some succeed wildly and some fail spectacularly. One constant is that machine learning teams have a hard time setting goals and setting expectations. Why is this?"
ml  ai  projectmanagement  work 
12 days ago by tristanf

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