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How to Be a Project Management Consultant

Project management consultants don’t only add value to a project, but they can help introduce project management processes to any team. What Is a Project Management Consultant? What Is a Project Management Consultant? A project management consultant gives expert advice to their client.

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The Value of SharePoint Consultants in Achieving Organizational Objectives

Productivity Land

SharePoint consultants can help in this situation; they serve as the cornerstone that guarantees SharePoint deployment and usage support, as well as helping companies achieve their goals. Here are five main ways that SharePoint consultants benefit any company trying to reach its objectives.


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YDS: How Should Organizations Treat Agile Consultants?

On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How Should Organizations Treat Agile Consultants? Today's question is about how contractors and consultants are treated in Agile organizations. Long story short, treat agile consultants like people. It's a great question that brought up a lot of past stories for both Todd and Ryan.

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Advice for Aspiring Project Management Consultants

What does it mean to be a project management consultant? In Review – So, You Want to Be a Project Management Consultant? What is a consultant? Jennifer addressed this question first, explaining that a consultant is simply someone who is experienced in a field and provides their expert advice in a professional context.

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Acclaim Projects Helps Deliver Innovation Projects on Time and on Budget

Lack of visibility to what senior-level members and consultants were working on. The right financial tool to budget these initiatives. The challenges Inability to check against previously reported status and progress.

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Building an Effective Agile Transformation Consultant Team

Leading Agile

An Agile Transformation Consultant who wants to lead a successful Transformation is going to need more than a deep understanding of Agile. Rather, it takes a team of consultants performing their duties at multiple levels of the organization. Agile Transformation Consultant: Team Attributes. Experience.

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5 Reasons You Need Enterprise Agility Consulting

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The existing situation with COVID-19 has jolted everyone into realizing that enterprises have to be nimble and have the agility to adjust to sudden changes. Many organizations have adopted Agile methodology, but not many have scaled it to an enterprise-level - where Agile is applied from ideation to strategic planning and execution.

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Work Wellbeing from Anywhere: Creating a Movement Mindset

Speaker: Laurel Farrer, CEO, Distribute Consulting

Join Laurel Farrer, CEO of Distribute Consulting, to learn how you can equip your team in a way that strengthens physical, emotional, and mental health, all while optimizing productivity, regardless of where they are working. The unexpected chaos of 2020 left our society feeling more anxious, burned out, and isolated than ever.

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Forrester Research Report: How Sales and Marketing Intelligence Drive Improved Business Outcomes

In 2019, DiscoverOrg commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate sales and marketing intelligence practices in the B2B space. Fact: Only 8% of sales and marketing professionals say their data is between 91% - 100% accurate. The primary takeaway? Forrester found “only 1.2%

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Use Discovery and Delivery to Experiment Our Way to a New Normal

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman, author and consultant, to consider these options for your products and organizations: How to use the idea of working to create change rather than manage change in planning. Instead of planning for either discovery or delivery, we can use experiments—for all our work. How delivery differs from discovery in practice.