Top 10 Posts of 2013: Scrum-ban-planning, Outsourcing, And Being Awesome


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Outside of the daily blogging I did in November, I struggled with posting a monthly article for most of 2013. Still, this year Sockets and Lightbulbs continued to grow with 44% more views and, more importantly, a 243% increase in followers on WordPress.com and email. Thank you so much! Reading, liking, commenting and sharing and sharing my posts mean a lot and boost my motivation to keep writing, no matter how busy life gets. I hope my posts are valuable and helpful for you.

The Top 10 posts written in 2013 covers outsourcing, Scrum-ban-planning, a bit of my world of video games, and how to be awesome with a variety of leadership topics:

10. Our Love-Hate Relationship With Deadlines

9. Why Paola Antonelli Brought Pac-Man To MoMA

8. How To Be Really Freakin’ Awesome Every Day

7. How To Handle Quality With Outsourcing

6. Want To Reduce Stress? Embrace Reality!

5. What Makes Us Feel Good About Our Work?

4. Your Brain On Video Games

3. Should You Become A Manager?

2. Using the Scrum-ban-plan Board to Define Teams

1. Keys to Successful Outsourcing: How To Make Your Clients Happy

No matter how 2013 was for you, I hope 2014 is a better year, bringing you more personal growth, prosperity and, above all, happiness!

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About Liza Wood

After a dozen years leading video game development projects in a variety of roles, I decided to pursue a Master of Data Science at the University of British Columbia. Studying data science doesn’t mean I’m moving away from leading people. Growing data science teams need collaborative, pragmatic, Agile leadership to connect data to all areas of the business. I would like to share that point of view, along with my experiences, on this blog.

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2 Comments on “Top 10 Posts of 2013: Scrum-ban-planning, Outsourcing, And Being Awesome”

  1. milfordstreet Says:

    I really like the TED talk you reference by Drew Dudley and just watched it again. Thank you for reminding me about it. Happy New Year

    Reply

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