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Kano Model

Welcome to the third and final part of our series of articles on productivity methods. Today we introduce you to the Kano model, a tool for evaluating customer satisfaction.

What is the Kano Model?

The Kano model helps to categorize customer requirements and understand how these requirements influence customer satisfaction. It divides features and functions into five categories: Basic features, Performance features, Enthusiasm characteristics, Insignificant features and Rejection characteristics.

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RICE Scoring Method

Welcome to the second part of our three-part series of articles on productivity methods. Today we are looking at the RICE scoring method, an effective technique for evaluating projects and ideas.

What is the RICE scoring method?

RICE stands for Reach, Impact, Confidence and Effort. This method helps to evaluate and prioritize projects and tasks based on quantitative criteria.

RICE Scoring Method
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Posted by Marvin Blome on June 26th, 2024 under Project Management
Tags: productivity project_evaluation

MoSCoW Method

Welcome to the first part of our three-part series of articles on productivity methods. In this article, we will introduce you to the MoSCoW method, a proven prioritization technique used in project management and software development, among others.

What is the MoSCoW Method?

As a prioritization technique, the MoSCoW method helps to categorize requirements in projects. The name is made up of the first letters of the English terms: Must have, Should have, Could have, and Won't have. These categories help to focus on the most important tasks.

MoSCoW Method
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Posted by Marvin Blome on June 24th, 2024 under Project Management
Tags: productivity prioritization

Agile Methods in Project Management

Application Examples and Success Stories

In the world of project management, agility has become a key concept that helps organizations adapt to the ever-changing demands of the market and achieve more effective results. Agile methods such as Scrum, Kanban and Lean offer flexible approaches to managing projects that can be used successfully, especially in dynamic environments. In the following, we take a closer look at some application examples and success stories of these agile methods.

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Posted by Stefanie Blome on June 14th, 2024 under Project Management
Tags: scrum kanban lean agile

The Headstand Method

An Unconventional Approach to Success

Headstand

One of the first images I remember of my father is of him doing a headstand in our garden. I'm sure he wasn't thinking about yoga or the headstand method that is becoming increasingly popular today.

In the world of productivity and efficiency, there are countless methods and approaches to help you achieve your goals and realize your full potential. The so-called headstand method is one of them.

Let's take a look at what's behind this unusual approach?

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Posted by Stefanie Blome on June 7th, 2024 under Project Management
Tags: headstand-method success

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