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5 Best of the Best Practices You Need to Know

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Best of the Best

By Sarah Walsh

We see Best Practices lists pop up constantly. It can be difficult to weed through the expansive lists to truly find the best, so we decided to pick a few industries and share our favorite best practices within each. Here’s what we found:

35 Agile Development Best Practices from Effective Software Design
Are you using the Agile approach in your business? If so, it’s worth it to check this list and make sure you and your team are hitting all the major Agile concepts.

10 Principles of Leading Change Management from strategy+business
Engagement from the top down is key to create the culture you are striving for. This list on change management best practices is a quick read and delves further into some change management methods.

Don’t Forget These 10 Project Management Best Practices (Infographic) from Wrike
These are basic, yet necessary PM tools you should be using on your project. Bonus: This list comes in the form of an infographic, so you can print it out, hang it up, and be reminded daily of these tools.

10 Best Practices for Cyber Security in 2016 from Observe IT
In the ever-changing world of cyber security, these are some recent best practices to help you and your business stay protected.

10 Insights on Building, Motivating and Managing an Exceptional Team from Entrepreneur
Not a true ‘Best Practices’ list, but beneficial nonetheless, this article gives some great insight into the concept of team building. Be sure to see #2 to get some team-building exercise/excursion ideas.

What are some of your favorite best practices? Share them with us in the comments!

About the Author: Sarah Walsh has nearly a decade of communications experience, including public sector roles in the California State Senate and State Assembly, as well as private sector roles for a sovereign Native American tribe and a global pharmaceutical company. In addition to communications work, Sarah and her husband are team captains and fundraisers for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s annual Walk MS event. When she’s not writing, editing, or soliciting her friends and family for MS Walk donations, she loves performing improv, hanging out with her husband and 5-year-old daughter, and cooking. Follow Sarah on Twitter @sarahsykeswalsh.

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