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Sprint is an important element in the SCRUM process. Sprinting enables the team to produce results in as little time possible. As mentioned by Tom Secuya in previous discussions about sprint, this usually last 2 to 3 weeks (or less than a month). However, there may...

In last week’s Townhall, Tom Secuya discussed about an integral part of scrum method called sprint planning. Today, is scrum in action: create a sprint plan, assign roles and doing sprints. As a starting point of scrum method, VAs are grouped and were asked to have...

There’s a long-term benefit of working in standing desks according to the latest health advice from the Public Health England and Active Working CIC. No one has taken this advice seriously -- well until now. New studies have shown that this gave rise to health...

In today’s Townhall, it’s all about sprint planning. Tom Secuya already touched some details about the other aspects of scrum. Today, it’s all about building from the ground up. A simple illustration of sprint planning is similar to learning a new skill. Whether bicycle riding or...

As previously discussed by Tom Secuya, Scrum has already been implemented by some departments in Carve and has gotten significant results. But before going deeper to the roles and activities, let’s take a step back and understand the ‘How’ of this process. What is Scrum?...

In the previous Town Hall, Tom Secuya discussed about VAs and clients meeting halfway to create an ideal result. In today’s Town Hall, the topic is about making ‘magic’ happen. Did we tick of your curiosity? Read on and learn. In this Town Hall you will...

Recent rumors about the Google-Twitter merge has been circulating online. It looks like this partnership is already legit. Both giant companies announced that tweets are now included in mobile searches, either with iOS, Android app or any mobile browser. If you type in a specific keyword, say...

It has been a series of jam-packed information and training for VAs to be calibrated to help them deliver the best for their clients. In today’s Town Hall, you will learn: 1.) Teaching the VAs to make their work visible. 2.) The 5 Star Focus of Actions 3.) Merging...

Always going against the grain, Carve has never been the one to be put in a box. The ninjas that are working here eat and breathe change. No, they’re not super-humans. However, they are tenacious and dedicated in dealing with that change just to get...

There’s no written rule when it comes to goals. You can go crazy with it! But finding the end goal is just the start of the journey. How do you go from point A to point B? You see, goal setting doesn’t just happen. It’s...

How are you going to react if someone comes unto you and tell you: "You're being watched"? Feels kind of creepy, right? However, if it's for security reasons, you shouldn't be bothered but feel secured. This is the advantage of having a CCTV camera....

Being a solo entrepreneur (or solopreneur) is a business term that has been circulating for quite some time now. It can easily be interchanged with ‘entrepeneur’. But there’s a distinct difference between the two. The large divide...

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