Projects running for long periods will experience change. When the change is large and involves new teams, beware of Conway's Law.
For a team to find success, it is important they understand the different types of conflict at play and their opportunities.
Software teams encounter new challenges across people and technology. That means the development of project and team leaders is more critical than ever.
Practice groups create a sense of shared purpose, learning through mutual curiosity and interest, and connection through supportive relationships.
Negative self-talk tricks us into thinking we are bad or that a setback is permanent. Instead, focus on acceptance, gratitude, and hope for the future.
Sometimes, the right choice is to proactively shrink a team to help a client. Time is a valuable resource, and small teams work hard to hit tight deadlines.