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OK, here you are! You and your team hanging tight into the Agile journey, motivated individuals knowing what they are accountable for and working to realize the company vision — If you do not know what I am talking about, refer to my article on MOTIVATION— and then somehow, as usual, something fails… From here you have two paths. You run to find what went wrong and find someone to blame for, as of course, you do not want to be the one in the line, right? WRONG! You should be the one supporting y
For those who have been following me, it is time to talk about the second most important Agile value that is liberating to get your teams out of the Agile Limbo —ACCOUNTABILITY! If you still do not know what I am talking about here, this means you might be inside it! So, I recommend you to check my original article in this series, Are you in an Agile Limbo, that gives you a first clue on diagnosing why your teams are not performing.

Green Project Management is more than just the incorporation of using renewable energy resources in your project; it also has to be sustainable. The words green and sustainable must be interchangeable in a project for it to truly be of benefit to the environment, and future generations.

As a selling point to the stakeholders of a project, you must show them a financial reason in the business case for them to accept this new point of view. In most instances, the start up costs of going green is m

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