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by Gregory Ronczewski |
Sep 25, 2017
Gregory Ronczewski leads the design of the TeamFit platform – view his profile on TeamFit   Google’s web crawler began exploring the web in March 1996. To convert the backlink data that it gathered for a given web page...
by Steven Forth |
Sep 6, 2016
Many of us spend part of our careers as project managers. Learning how to manage a project and get the best out of our people is a foundational learning experience for many of us. It’s a time when we build core...
by Adi Kabazo |
Jul 21, 2016
The previous post in this two-part series covered some of the considerations for the formation of cross-functional teams that are tasked with an initiative or a project. In this post, we will discuss challenges and opportunities in the ongoing...
by Adi Kabazo |
Jul 14, 2016
As a product professional, I’ve had the opportunity over the years to be a member of or leader of cross functional teams. These teams tackled a wide array of issues, typically in project or time-bound committee formats. The matrix...
by Karen Chiang |
Jun 30, 2016
A high-performance team is often characterized as one that is aligned and committed to a common purpose. The people on the team have roles with complementary skills. Most importantly, they show high levels of collaboration and innovation to produce...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 16, 2016
Faster project cycles More diverse teams Pressure to perform Professional services are evolving rapidly, and with it the tools and systems we use to deliver are changing as well. There has been no change in the fundamentals. It is...
by Steven Forth |
May 24, 2016
It is hard to really know how skilled another person is. The only real way to do this is to work with them on a series of projects and follow the results of the work over time. Even then...