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Project Management in the Non-profit Sector: Maximising Social Impact With Project Management Tools

Project Accelerator News

With many organisations looking to achieve a better social impact , non-profit organisations, in particular, are putting a greater emphasis on the use of project management to help with this. In order to be effective, project management within non-profits requires careful coordination and planning. One thing is becoming increasingly clear, and that is that without non-profit project management tools, these organisations cannot achieve their goals or be productive in their social impact projects.

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Implementing AI in your projects: how to start and improve

Rebel’s Guide to PM

If you are like many project professionals, you have likely worked with artificial intelligence (AI) in some capacity. In our annual global survey , one in five (21 percent) respondents say they are using AI always or often in project management. Whether you’re already comfortable leveraging AI for projects, or you’re completely new to AI, one thing is certain: the rise of ChatGPT and other commercial generative AI has greatly accelerated AI’s workplace infiltration.

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How to Make a Production Order for Manufacturing

ProjectManager.com

Manufacturers make things, and how much they make is determined by demand and the supply of raw materials. But who makes the decision on the quantity of output and how that information is delivered is processed through what’s called a production order. First, let’s define what a production order is and why it’s so important to the manufacturing process.

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Creating a Product Wall (2/7) - Roadmapping

Scrum.org

Join the Mastering Agility Discord community! This article continues from the Product Wall introduction article. These series are co-written with Ryan Brook based on our upcoming book. You can download our free Product Wall Mural template here. Now we have covered the general overview of the entire Product Wall, we break it down piece by piece. In this article, we explain the Roadmap section.

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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.

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Bringing Balance to the Agile Culture Conversation

Leading Agile

Culture eats strategy for breakfast was a quote from the legendary management consultant and author Peter Drucker. If that’s true, then what does it mean when there are competing views on culture? What type of culture gets to eat strategy for breakfast? Who gets to decide and why do we have to choose? In this podcast, Mike and Dave sit down to discuss how your personality type influences the way you see and value culture, and the implications that can have on your business.

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Collaborate 2023: Wrike Lightspeed Sessions You Need to See

Wrike

The year ahead is pointing to fresh challenges in work efficiency and our new work management platform, Wrike Lightspeed, can unlock peak productivity. To help you get even more out of Wrike, we created Collaborate, our conference for modern work efficiency, to help improve your insight into modern work management challenges and learn how individuals, teams, and organizations like yours leverage Wrike to increase efficiency.

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How self-management makes your Sprint Planning more effective (45)

Scrum.org

We started this Scrum foundation series explaining we see four underlying concepts of the Scrum framework. In the past series of mails we covered the three pillars of Empiricism, and we covered the Scrum Values. Now that we understand that we need trust, which is built up by living the Scrum Values, to bring transparency and as such have a good basis to inspect and adapt, we can have a look at the self-managing aspect of the Scrum Team. ?

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Review Empowered Agile Transformation – Beyond the Framework

Henny Portman

Alexandra Stokes reveals in her book Empowered Agile Transformation – Beyond the Framework , how large and small organizations have achieved a successful transformation without large consultancies or heavy agile frameworks. What steps do you have to take to start with and achieve a successful transformation. There is no ‘one way’ to transform an organization.

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[VLOG] No Jacket Required! Dress Code For Your "Transformation"

Scrum.org

Have you been part of an Agile or Scrum adoption that ran into challenges because some roles were not being performed effectively.? Did it cause frustration and unhealthy conflict.? Are you interested in a different way to respond to challenges with roles.? This video will share some ideas based on the Systems Coaching model created by CRR Global as part of their ORSC framework.

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The Project Clinic: Assessing Project Health, Planning, and Execution

Speaker: Ketan Jahagirdar

Picture your projects as patients, each with its own unique rhythm and pulse, thriving under your care 🥼 🩺 Step into the role of an innovative project doctor in our upcoming webinar! This session is your guide to evaluating the health of your projects through Waterfall and Agile practices like Scrum and Kanban. We’ll explore the vital signs of project success through the lens of the “iron triangle” metrics, using deliverables as tracers.

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Project Executing: A "How to" Guide

Project Pulse Journal

By: Dr. Michael Shick, MSPM, PMP, CSM You've just been handed the reins of a significant project, and now is the time to begin execution. You start feeling overwhelmed and wonder, "Where do I begin?" It's a daunting task, especially if this is your first time steering the ship of a major initiative. But, here's the thing - every expert project manager was once in your shoes.

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Erfahrungsbericht: Wie die White-Elephant-Technik die Schätzung und Priorisierung vereinfacht wird und damit das Sprint-Planning verkürzt

Scrum.org

Nach einem Training interessiert mich nur eine Frage: Wie konnten die Teilnehmer die Inhalte des Trainings anwenden, um ihre Arbeit erfolgreicher zu erledigen? Deshalb führe ich nach jedem Training persönliche Gespräche oder Umfragen durch. Einerseits stelle ich diese Frage, da ich mehr über die alltäglichen Herausforderungen der Teilnehmer erfahren möchte und wissen will, wie ihnen die Inhalte des Trainings dabei helfen.

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NimbleWork Helps Businesses Remain Agile With AI-Powered Project Management

NimbleWork

Maintaining agility as a business in today’s economy can be difficult. Companies are often confronted with some new tool or technology they need to onboard. Industry markets are also ever-changing. But what if there were a way to keep your teams more agile in the face of change? NimbleWork provides project and work management solutions to help users collaborate effectively, connect in real time, and deliver projects successfully.

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What to do if your Scrum Team Struggles with self-management

Scrum.org

Self-management is crucial to the success of any Scrum Team. However, many Scrum Teams struggle with this concept and many organizations struggle with allowing self-management to flourish. So what can you do about it? In this Responsive Advisors Scrum Lighting Round, we share some ideas on how you can enable and support self-management.

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Toward a Unified Project Management Understanding

The objective of this research is to dispel misunderstandings about crucial project management terms and their definitions. It aims to accurately place these terms and facilitate a comprehensive global understanding of their meanings.

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21 Effective Lead Magnet Ideas to Grow Your Business

UPQODE

A lead magnet is a unique tool that transforms visitors to your website into potential clients. Online businesses often use lead magnets to grow their email lists. This guide showcases ingenious lead magnet ideas to enhance your strategy. What Is a Lead Magnet? It’s a marketing strategy designed to generate leads by offering an extensive resource in return for a visitor’s contact details.

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The Difference Between Right Sizing and Same Sizing of Work Items (and Why You Should Care)

Scrum.org

In the world of Agile practices, where adaptability and effectiveness reign supreme, two terms often pop up: Right Sizing and Same Sizing. What does “Same Sizing” even mean? Is it possible to eliminate variability as implied by “Same Sizing”? These seemingly similar concepts can make a significant difference in your Agile journey. Understanding these terms is crucial for effective backlog management and sprint planning if you're a product manager or product owner.

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