The following is a guest post by Uwe Dreissigacker. Uwe is the Founder of online invoicing software InvoiceBerry. InvoiceBerry helps small business owners and freelancers to create professional looking invoices, get paid online and keep track of unpaid invoices. In his free time, Uwe travels a lot, explores new cultures and loves trying new spicy dishes.
As a business, if you want your operation to run smoothly, managing productivity and your workflows is one of the best ways you can stay on track.
Before you even get started on a project, you should first take a step back and plan out your approach.
What methodology will you use? How will you manage productivity and stay on track? SCRUM? SWOT?
The choices can be overwhelming. Not to mention, over the course of the actual project, you’ll have to make hundreds of other choices.
If you’re not sure where to begin, it’s best to think about your project as a whole and then select the right methodology you’ll follow – Waterfall or Agile?