They ensure your success.
Running a successful project is more than managing a KPI dashboard. Key is whether your project has achieved the overarching goals from the perspective of the stakeholders.
Ask them. Ensure continuous improvement. With askemo.
of projects fail because of shifting stakeholder objectives.
IT projects fail.
average costs of a failed IT project.
How to maintain the overview when you don’t see each other and don’t speak daily or weekly? During the stand-ups it’s usually the same one or two vocal team members who speak their mind. With askemo you receive continuous feedback. From everyone.
Personal dashboards and reports provide you direct insight into the results. The right people receive the right signals at the right times.
You act on current, relevant information. And see trends emerge, allowing you to adjust processes where necessary.
You listen. And act quickly if necessary. That creates confidence. As a result you create committed teams and successful projects.
I have delivered many agile projects, both as Scrum Master and as Product Owner. I often noticed the same two things. Firstly, insufficient opportunity for all stakeholders to provide feedback on progress, which often led to discussion afterwards. Secondly, not enough room for everyone in the Scrum Team to express an opinion during stand-ups or retro’s. The somewhat introverted team members are often left too silent.
Of course it is part of the tasks of the Scrum Master and the Product Owner to act on this, askemo helps with the task and makes it less time consuming. So you can be more efficient and effective.