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Category: Collaboration

I am currently completing one project and gearing up for the next; it is scheduled to start in a few days. New projects are fun and exciting; new technology, new faces, new proble…
Projects have many meetings. Are yours useful? Effective? Necessary? http://www.deliveron.com/blog/meetings/


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Tags : agile, scrum, Meetings

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