Agile or Waterfall? 8 Tips to Help You Decide – Guest Post by Susanne Madsen

If you are running a software project, one of the questions you are likely to come across is which development methodology to use. Some like to stick to a traditional waterfall approach whereas others are keen advocates of an agile methodology. In reality, many projects end up somewhere in between; with a methodology that is neither extremely agile nor extremely rigid. Continue reading Agile or Waterfall? 8 Tips to Help You Decide – Guest Post by Susanne Madsen

6 Important Skills and Tools to Help You Stay on Top of Your Game as a Project Manager

If you are already in the project management niche and you have that kind of personality, you are always looking for ways to improve yourself, your skills and you work regimen. Project management is not as simple as it may appear, like checking off boxes as your team finishes their tasks. It is not all about looking for bugs. Continue reading 6 Important Skills and Tools to Help You Stay on Top of Your Game as a Project Manager

Project Management in the Startup World

Project Management in the Startup World

As exciting and cool as they may look, startups are an unstructured and constraint filled world. Successful entrepreneurs will tell you that they spend as many hours sorting out chaos as they do acquiring customers. Given the urgency of getting the product in shape and monetizing the business, many start-ups paid little or no attention to the nuances of project management. In the long run this proves fatal, especially as they look to achieve scale and efficiency. In this blog I will share some project management best practices aimed at start-ups. Continue reading Project Management in the Startup World

5 Vital Characteristics of Effective Leadership

We live in the digital age. Today, tools and processes are ruling the workplace and humans play second fiddle to software and the internet. We at Celoxis believe that technology is an enabler for becoming more efficient; it is not a replacement. In an organization it is the people who make things happen. Leadership is what keeps the people motivated and focussed on the end goal. In this blog we will look at key aspects of leadership in the organizational context. Continue reading 5 Vital Characteristics of Effective Leadership