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7 Steps To A Project Management Capability Assessment

Rebel’s Guide to PM

As a program manager, PMO or project team leader, you probably think about how to plan upcoming work. And that includes the requirements for developing the project management capability in the organisation to deliver the upcoming projects. It’s easy to think that certification is the answer to developing capability in your project managers, but it’s better to take a step back from that.

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Embracing Stakeholder Performance in Your Transition to a Scrum Master (From PM to PSM 15)

Scrum.org

Transitioning from a traditional project manager to a Scrum Master requires a shift in mindset, especially in how you engage with stakeholders. Stakeholder "Performance", while traditionally viewed through a project management lens, offers valuable insights for this journey. In Scrum, the focus shifts from managing stakeholders in a project to fostering collaboration and alignment in a product or initiative environment.

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Combining traditional PPM with agile delivery

Henny Portman

The latest PMI Pulse of the Profession 2024 Report shows that hybrid gains ground as the fit-for-purpose approach, reflecting comparative data from 2022 and 2023. While the agile methodology has seen a slight decline in usage from 27% to 24.6%, and Waterfall has also decreased from 47% to 43.9%, the hybrid model has notably risen from 26% to 31.5%. An increasing number of organizations are encountering challenges in their agile transformations.

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How Can We Maximise the Value of Our Work Through Better Decision-Making?

Scrum.org

The core of our discussion revolves around the philosophy of working as a team, specifically within the realm of Kanban. As we delve into the subject, it's pertinent to note the emphasis placed on defining and visualising our workflow. This concept is not just about laying out tasks on a board; it's a comprehensive approach to understanding and agreeing on how we operate as a cohesive unit.

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Your Guide To Transitioning Into Product Management: Essentials For New PMs

Speaker: Leslie Grandy, Product Executive & Drew Weaver, Senior Program Manager

Are you considering a shift to product management or just starting your journey as a Product Manager? Join Leslie Grandy and Drew Weaver for an insightful webinar designed to help you seamlessly transition into this dynamic role. Whether you're looking to pivot your career or enhance your existing skills, this session will equip you with the knowledge and tools to succeed!

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Championing Change: Nitisha Prasad on converting her colleagues to Wrike

Wrike

We understand that change can be difficult. That’s why we have this blog series, Championing Change , to highlight how our customers have implemented Wrike, increased its usage, and convinced skeptics within their teams and across their organizations. In the latest Championing Change blog post, we’re chatting with Nitisha Prasad, Traffic Admin at Fulton Hogan , an infrastructure organization that employs over 9,000 people and provides construction products, services, and expertise that seek to

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5 Agile Methodologies for Project Managers that are not Scrum Framework

Project Pulse Journal

By: Hajime Estanislao, PMP, CSM The quest for methodologies that offer efficiency and agility has never been rockier. Agile methodologies stand at the forefront of this quest, providing the blueprint for rapid, responsive, and customer-centric project execution. Are you navigating the challenges of complex project landscapes, aiming to enhance collaboration, or striving to meet ever-evolving customer demands with precision?

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6 Essential Project Management Strategies Every Project Manager Needs to Know

NimbleWork

Project management is a critical discipline that ensures projects are completed efficiently, within budget, and to the satisfaction of stakeholders. At the heart of successful project management is the project manager, who must possess a unique blend of leadership, communication, and organizational skills. In this article, we will explore some important tips for project managers to help them lead their teams to success.

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Portfolio Management: Building An Agile Portfolio Roadmap with MS Project

Management Yogi

In my previous articles related to Portfolio Roadmap (Part 1, Part 2), I wrote the following:“A portfolio roadmap is crucial because it shows the strategic intent of the organization in a visual (graphical) way. Irrespective of the approach used in portfolio management such as predictive (waterfall), adaptive (agile), hybrid or any other, the roadmap acts as an information radiator.

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How to Hire an Accountant for Your Business

Teamweek

Don’t think you need a certified public accountant for your business? Hmm, maybe. But we’d warn against going too long without proper accounting expertise. A good accountant monitors cash flow, ensures tax compliance, prevents fraud, and offers invaluable strategic advice. Bad accountants raise financial and compliance risks. Not having any accounting expertise on your team leaves you at risk of losing control of your finances.

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Don’t Get Left Behind: Leveraging Modern Product Management Across the Organization

Speaker: Kat Conner

The challenge of delivering the right product at the right time while aligning with strategic objectives is more pressing than ever. Product management is evolving and gaining greater recognition as the means to creating this connection. Join our upcoming webinar and learn how to streamline your product development processes, infuse product thinking across the organization, and bridge the gap between vision and delivery.