Scoop, Muck and Dizzy and Roley too. Lofty and Wendy join the crew. Bob and the gang have so much fun. Working together, they get the job done!
So why on earth have we given our company for the production of Lean and Agile tools that weird name, Heyunka? What does it mean? What does it stand for?
As the date to leave beta approaches, the Waypoint team works harder than ever to deliver you the best Lean and Agile Project Management experience. Based on many reactions and very laudable feedback of our users, we are ironing out last issues and implementing some of the most remarkable ideas and suggestions.
To our customers, partners and friends, we wish that 2012 brings you outstanding dreams, great endeavors and marvelous projects, plus an immaculate execution, always delivering within scope and on time. At Heyunka we look forward to service your dreams, endeavors and projects with an ever better Waypoint, integrating all useful remarks, comments and feedback as… »
In many projects, there’s a need to do some ground clearing before we can actually start doing the value work for the client. We may have to: do research on competent suppliers get their quotes install equipment before we can actually start working get the Team together … Some projects will even never be more… »
When we’re managing our work as a project, we may walk into actions which are, or at least feel repetitive: Things we’ll have to do over and over again, things which need to be done for every story. For instance, when we update a website, we have some exclusive editorial tasks (copy writing), yet also… »
Ideally, projects are one offs, with a clear beginning, end and budget, which are run smoothly and briefly from inception to completion, by dedicated, motivated and focussed teams who work in flow, delivering great breakthrough results, thrilling their target groups, beneficiaries, partners, sponsors and donors. Project management has improved considerably over the last few years.… »
One of the major international donor agencies decided to bring in a team of 18 regional and national consultants to jointly develop an integrated development program with a broad representation of local NGO’s and CBO’s: including project officers, specialists on sustainable agriculture, reproductive health, alphabetization, microcredit, economic development, training and education, gender and experts in… »
In one of the world’s most arid environments, a team of agronomists -living in an agricultural coop- managed to develop, test, implement and promote a number of successful alternative agricultural methods, extremely well suited for the region and allowing neighbouring peasants to regain a sustainable way of living.
Neither too short, not too long, just right! Often, meetings are scheduled for half an hour or an hour. That’s too short to really do something and to elaborate things all the way through. And it’s too long for just reporting on progress and planning for the next steps. As a result, time is lost… »