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The Agile Project Manager Mindset

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The Agile Project Management Mindset Pt1

  • Be always a servant leader to the team at all times. This includes empowering them and removing any impediments. Give tools and stand down.
  • Engage the product owner to document the features and to prioritize them in the product backlog.
  • Only the product owner can prioritize the features in the backlog. If the owner refuses, then you need to train them on the benefits of the value. DO NOT prioritize the features yourself.


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The Agile Project Management Mindset Pt2

  • Use a co-location.
  • Face to face communication with a whiteboard and marker are the best form of communications.
  • Provide agile teams with lots of wall space so they can write on them and use sticky notes.


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The Agile Project Management Mindset Pt3

  • Information should always be radiated through the use of large charts and graphs, such as the use of a burnup or burndown chart.
  • Any problem that occurs on a project should be resolved by the project team. Always let the project team choose a solution while coaching and supporting their solutions.
  • Provide a safe environment for disagreements. Don’t punish anyone for having a difference of opinion. Conflicts are a positive step and opportunity to learn.


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The Agile Project Management Mindset Pt4

  • Try to limit the work in progress through the use of the Kanban. Kanban boards should be displayed either on a large whiteboard or less desirable monitor.
  • Consistently communicate and re-communicate the project vision to the team.
  • Understand the needs of your team members and find out what may motivate them.


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The Agile Project Management Mindset Pt5

  • Make sure people understand what failure and success will look like on the project.
  • Be a central figure to the team, not a dictator.
  • Have good ethical values.


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The Agile Project Management Mindset Pt6

  • Review the methods work was completed by doing a retrospective.
  • Utilize feedback loops. Feedback loops occur when you’ve completed the task and then take what you’ve learned from that and input the lessons learned into the next task.


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