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The expression run behind schedule exists and is used to describe something that as high risk to or is actually going to arrive / leave later than the time that is expected. This can also be applied to projects. In your case, you answer to someone, there's agreed SMART objectives defined but workers aren't able to cope with it. Consequently, the project is ...


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Shared calendars. There are two mainstream platforms that can host shared calendars: Confluence Sharepoint They are shared platforms by their own nature, are centralised and what most people don't know is that you can show these calendars in your [own outlook instance](Productivity - Better Outlook - Show meeting room availability right in your calendar ...


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You can thinking of making some thing exclusive for your team, if it is really a problem for your company. You can self develop custom calendar arrangement product, it is according to how much really you need to share members status between all channel, make a balance between the feasibility and required cost and effort. if the locations of your company are ...


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Sometimes it does. The problem with Scrum - is that some companies try to use it wrong. Scrum shouldn't be considered as some "magic pill". And the reason is that in some cases companies just can't use it in the way it's supposed to be used, e.g. the team size is too big or too small. Or there is no clear requirements, or the customer doesn't want to work by ...


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I wonder if this is more a question of work life balance. Resilience can be pretty important. Sounds like you, yourself, maybe do believe that those things matter. What's to say that if you went to a different workplace or profession that you wouldn't find the same attitude that you don't like. I've seen Agile in a number of environments, and it seems ...


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