Investigation of Project Management Skills

by Ben Linders on  Aug 20, 2015

An investigation was done to find out which skills are desired by employers for project management positions and what it takes to be successful as a project manager. An interview about skills for managing projects, likability of bosses and leadership skills, why people feel miserable at work and what can be done to prevent it and the need for project managers when organizations migrate to agile.

Empowered People Control Their Own Career

by Ben Linders on  Dec 15, 2014

Fons Leroy, CEO of VDAB (a public employment service in Belgium), talked about how innovation and co-creation has helped strengthen citizens on the labor market. He explored what VDAB is doing to empower citizens to be in the driver seat of their own career. Organizations can use a similar approach to empower employees and increase organizational agility.

Case Study of Agile and HR Collaboration

by Ben Linders on  Nov 14, 2014

Jas Chong talked about HR in Agile and Agile in HR at the Agile Tour Brussels 2014 conference. She presented a case study where she worked as change manager together with an agile coach to introduce agile and lean practices in the organization, and worked closely with HR to realize these changes from the HR and organisation front.

Demand For Agile Skills Outstripping Supply

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 26, 2012 1

The supply of agile professionals can't keep up with the demand. That's great news for coaches and practitioners, but bad news for companies hoping to implement agility cheaply. Ranks Software Engineer Best Job in 2012

by Michael Stal on  Apr 01, 2012 has recently published a ranking of 200 different jobs. In this investigation software engineer was determined to be the best job and better rated than actuary, human resources manager, dental hygienist or financial planner.

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