Mon.Sep 20, 2021

10 Best Resource Planning Software Tools In 2021

The Digital Project Manager

This resource planning software review covers 10 tools and all the info you need: pros and cons, pricing, features, integrations, and screenshots to help you choose something that fits your needs. The post 10 Best Resource Planning Software Tools In 2021 appeared first on The Digital Project Manager.

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Understanding and Using Resource Graph View in MS Project

MPUG

The Microsoft Project software tool comes with a number of view options, which, at a high level, can be thought of as Task Views and Resource Views.

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Estimates Are Useful, Just Ditch the Numbers

Scrum.org

TL; DR: Estimates Are Useful, Just Ditch the Numbers. Many people dislike estimating work items as estimates supposedly open the path to the misuse of velocity by the managers, reintroducing Taylorism, micro-management, and excessive reporting through the backdoor.

The 8 Levers of Change

Girl's Guide to PM

In their book, Leading Successful Change: 8 Keys to Making Change Work , Gregory P. Shea and Cassie A. Solomon talk about the 8 things that you should be targeting if you want the change management effort on your project to stick.

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Why You Need to Prioritize The Employee Experience in 2022

Speaker: Steve Luh, Alexis Barone, Nick Roco

In this interactive discussion, Wrike’s Nick Roco, Steve Luh, and Alexis Barone will provide recommendations on how to deliver employee experiences that separate you from your competition.

The Truth About Sprint Zero (and why Ken hates it)

Scrum.org

If you've heard of Scrum, you've likely heard of Sprint zero. This article explains what Sprint zero is and how it is used in Scrum. I'll also explain why the phrase 'Sprint zero' annoys Ken Schwaber, one of the co-creators of Scrum. What is Sprint Zero? The truth?

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Could Your Survive on Mars? Problem-Solving | Video

Online PM Courses

Could you survive on Mars? This is, to a large extent, a Project Management question. nd the answer is about your attitude to problem-solving. The post Could Your Survive on Mars? Problem-Solving | Video appeared first on OnlinePMCourses. Thoughts for Project Managers problem-solving video

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Leading change. remotely

Lynne Cazaly

For leaders in these times of remote and hybrid work, change still has to happen. Guiding, leading and inspiring change can require some new and different techniques. There’s still a requirement to have: ? Engagement for change and ? Capability for change. This week I’m working with a leadership team to prepare them to better engage their team for change. We’ll be focusing on how to have better, more engaging conversations about change. remotely.

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Las dependencias en Nexus

Scrum.org

Nexus es un marco de trabajo que se basa en Scrum que sirve para escalar el trabajo de varios equipos Scrum desarrollando un producto.

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5 ways to build hybrid team trust

Lynne Cazaly

With some people in the office, some working from home, some working from hubs or other locations, the leadership juggle of a hybrid team is real. It’s bringing plenty of new challenges for leaders, and many of them aren’t obvious or visible challenges. Take psychological safety and trust. ?? How do you know you have it with your hybrid team? ?? How would you know if it was fractured? ?? What can you do to repair, build or remedy trust and safety in a hybrid team?

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Embedded Analytics – 4 Mission-Critical Steps to Take on Your Analytics Journey

The right analytics capabilities will turn data into valuable insights for your end users. This research-based guide, derived from insights of industry professionals, will allow you to create an optimal strategy for acquiring those capabilities.

Career killers to beware of

Lynne Cazaly

Balance, solution thinking, self-care. These kinds of things now fit into the category of helping your career. not killing it. Check out this Forbes article and see how you might be killing it. And not in a good way! Self doubt. Willing to make mistakes. Risk taking. Empathy and biases. They’re here too. Read on. career empathy experimentation leadership personal effectiveness success

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Close by and included. Far away and left out.

Lynne Cazaly

Would you know it if you were doing it : excluding or forgetting someone because they’re not right here? You’d more likely notice it if you were on the receiving end of being excluded, left out or forgotten. As hybrid work has some of us here, some of us there and some of us anywhere, the danger of the unconscious ‘proximity bias’ is also here, there and anywhere!

The complex culture of the meeting

Lynne Cazaly

They’re groaned at, suffered through and widely reported to be up to as much as 50% a waste of our time. Meetings. Every meeting you’re in is a complex construction and reflection of the culture in which it exists. Online or not, there are elements and behaviours in meetings that - include and exclude people - accelerate and slow the pace of progress - make the workplace more or less safe - generate and ideate. or stagnate and eliminate.

A mindset for success or burnout

Lynne Cazaly

The deep beliefs we hold about what we’re doing and why, may not be as noble or effective as we think. After all, why do we work longer hours? Why aspire for higher standards? Here’s a quick check of 9 mindsets ( this article says ‘lies’) we may believe, unconsciously, that don’t serve us well. If you stop what you’re doing you’ll be letting everyone down 2. If you don’t do it it won’t get done 3.

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From Planning to Results, How to Choose a Tool to Manage Marketing Projects

With increased channels, tools, and pressure to achieve goals, your work management platform must be able to: Manage complex projects within tight time frames, Harness data from all channels to make decisions in real time, Prove ROI to the broader business. Download the eBook today!

Beware of zombie overload

Lynne Cazaly

You know those ‘big days’: back-to-back meetings, little time for a break, lunch disappears and zero quiet time to finish things before the day is done! Sleep. Do it again tomorrow. A reason for zombie-like feelings is overload. And not just of our diary or schedule, but of our minds too. Were these brains of ours ever designed for this huge quantity of information we insist on shoving in there?

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