Following these tips, networking can transition from a random set of encounters to an intentional path to further your own professional development.
Four simple questions you can ask yourself to help you determine whether or not you should speak up at work.
When I consider the teams I've coached, I remember four basic lessons about what made the best ones successful that applies to managing great product teams.
There is no reason anyone should sit through a poorly run meeting. After all, this is a solved problem.
You are in control of your emotions. Don't let your first reactions dictate how you respond.
For example, if the client can't make decisions quickly, maybe reworking your Scrum process to make room for blocked stories could mitigate some risk.