THE FUTURE OF AGILE: LOSE YOUR MANIFESTOBy Josh Bathon | Execution, Technology
Matt Jamison is no stranger to agile. As the Service Lead for technology at The Gunter Group, Jamison is putting his twenty years of tech experience to good use. He has kept his finger on the pulse of all-things-IT for quite some time. Jamison’s latest reflections on tech would surprise you. Lately he has been talking agile, but not in the way you might expect. He believes that business is on the threshold of change.
SALESFORCE: HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CRM PLATFORMBy melissa | Execution, Technology
As someone who enjoys traveling the world and has gained experience communicating with people from many different cultures, communication in corporate environments is no problem for Angela Tekulve. For more than 15 years, Angela has been working in business analysis and systems improvement. Recently, she has been helping companies get the most out of the industry-leading CRM, Salesforce. We sat down with Angela to talk about this experience.
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENTBy Ashleigh Gunter and Laura Magrone | People
If you could improve your company’s profits by 21%, reduce attrition by 24% to 59%, and improve your employees’ morale—all without significant cash outflow or investment—would you do it (1)? It is doubtful anyone would answer no to the above question, although that is what many are essentially doing when they don’t make employee engagement a priority in their organization.
FROM THROWING POTS TO LEADING TEAMSBy melissa | Execution
As a ceramics hobbyist, Tracy Bell is well practiced adapting to changing circumstances. “What results from 2381℉ is amazing,” says Tracy, “but your piece might not turn out exactly as intended, regardless of best-laid plans.” Knowing what you can transform – and how – are valuable skills, not only in the world of ceramics, but program leadership as well.
Tracy called on that knowledge – and over twenty years of program leadership experience – when she led a $2.5M strategic marketing program at one of our clients.
TGG SPONSORED AGILE PDX EVENT – FROM MINDSET TO CONSCIOUSNESS: PLAYING THE INFINITE GAME OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENTBy melissa | People, Technology
We hope you will join us for June’s event to learn about how to spot developmental as opposed to lower level learning experiences in the context of an agile consciousness.
OUR NON-NEGOTIABLES: COLLABORATIVEBy Jim Calko | Company Updates
At TGG, COLLABORATION is in our DNA. It’s a foundational principle for how we work together and with our clients, and how we have built our firm. We believe creating partnerships is the best way to achieve goals, whether it’s delivering a complicated project for a client or supporting each other in getting our work done.
INTRODUCTION TO OUR NON-NEGOTIABLESBy Mike & Ashleigh Gunter | Company Updates
At The Gunter Group, the leadership traits and characteristics that define us are our Non-Negotiables: Collaborative, Integrity, Intellectual Curiosity, Thrives in Ambiguity, Emotional Intelligence, and Grounded Confidence. These traits and characteristics guide us every day in our interactions with clients, each other, and our community.
TGG SPONSORED AGILE PDX EVENT – JOHARI WINDOW, WHAT’S THAT? DO I NEED ONE?By melissa | People, Technology
TGG SPONSORED AGILE PDX EVENT – ALIGNING YOUR TEAM…BEYOND PRE-DEFINED ROLESBy melissa | People, Technology
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