Market research is the process of gathering information about potential and current customers and your target audience.
PMBOK stands for Project Management Body of Knowledge, and it’s a guide on standard terminology and guidelines for project management.
SIPOC is a visual tool to document the inputs and outputs of a specific business process and look for process improvements.
Resource management is the process of ensuring you have all the materials, headcount, and other things you require to complete a project or business objective.
Configuration management is a process to properly track changes to a system’s configuration through its whole lifecycle.
The Johari window is a psychological framework for identifying perceived attitudes, behavior, and habits of employees.
A balanced scorecard provides a comprehensive overview of how a company is performing currently, taking into account finances, operational processes, customer satisfaction, and employee performance.
Heatmaps help you discover why users are behaving the way they do when they visit your website or use your product. It’s a powerful way to see how users respond to your application and why they may or may not be converting.
The ladder of inference is a tool you can use to evaluate whether your thought process is based on reality or an assumption.
The core premise of contingency theory is that there’s no universally correct way to lead a team or make decisions. Instead, it advocates for a strategy that’s flexible and adaptable to the situation at hand.
The OODA loop strategy is a decision-making process designed to facilitate quick and efficient problem-solving before your competitors can.
Setting a big hairy audacious goal (BHAG) can help excite your team about their projects. A compelling BHAG can create an environment of innovation backed by employees with a shared commitment.