Managing business organizations and adding business value. An Agile Manager’s Guide to the Theory of BVOP.org

What is business value, and how to increase the value of a business organization according to BVOP.org?

https://bvop.org has announced the following organizational value-added business categories:

  • Organizational culture
  • Human Resources
  • Employee behavior, skills, and maturity
  • Workflows
  • Human relations
  • Total contribution
  • Reduced production processes
  • Relationships between business and people
  • Reducing organization and team surpluses (time, money, work)
  • Consumer and customer satisfaction
  • Innovation
  • Usability, utility, and value of the products
  • Time to reach the market

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How people perceive leaders and their attitude toward managers in organizations

As a leader, you cannot afford to spend too much time and attention on things that others say and think about you. If you did, you wouldn’t have time to do your job properly. However, this does not mean that you have to bypass labels that describe you as a terrible leader.

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Project Management and Agile (Scrum) trainings and certifications

Project management is becoming a key business skill globally. Project management and business skills training are one of the most affordable ways to increase the effectiveness of projects, investments and business initiatives.

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Project Charter – detailed real example for Project Planning phases

This is a real example of a Project Charter document that is extensively used in project management practices and processes. The most common use of the Project charter is in the early phases of planning. The content in this publication is a real example with some abstract guidance and definitions that may really help with creating a real Project Charter.

The sections contain real practical training from a student in the project management field. At the end of the publication, you can find the actual feedback of the class mentor.

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Are corporate tax shelters unpatriotic? Corporate tax in the USA for American corporations

Tax evasion is not the only charge being levied — the American corporation is under extreme scrutiny from all corners. An article about Corporate tax in the USA for American corporations.

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For San Francisco’s owners and landlords, constricted supply turns out to be great for business

For San Francisco’s incumbent owners and landlords, constricted supply turns out to be great for business. Unaffordability in these precincts is a boon, not a crisis. Housing capital tends to oppose policies aimed at easing prices.

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In San Francisco, voting initiatives that promise to ease the city’s famed housing crisis are starting and going

IN SAN FRANCISCO, ballot initiatives promising to ease the City’s renowned housing crunch come and go. From the article The Tragedy of Proposition J: A Policy Parableby Larry A. Rosenthal.

Housing bonds pass and fail in the City by the Bay, subsidy programs ebb and flow, and the “affordability crisis” as a catchphrase pervades the political agenda in one form or another, and has continuously since World War II.

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Assessing the Risk in Project management and Quantitative approaches to risk

Assessing the Risk in Project management is a very crucial activity. We will discuss the Quantitative approaches to risk as well. We have to recognise that we may not be able to take action for all possible risks identified. Therefore, we need to prioritise the risks, but before this can happen we need to evaluate the risk itself.

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