Mon.Nov 04, 2019

Top 10 BPMS (Business Process Management Systems) In 2019

The Digital Project Manager

You're asking, "Are there any better alternatives for Microsoft Project out there?" We've reviewed the best Microsoft Project alternatives that are more powerful, easier to use and cheaper.

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A Guide to Sprint Planning 101

Brad Egeland

Planning. Necessary, but not usually the most exciting part of any project, software development effort or process. And for agile development processes, it's the same thing. Sprint planning, or iteration planning, is an event that is embedded within the Scrum framework.

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Digital Agency Growth Secrets From A Digital PM

The Digital Project Manager

The post Digital Agency Growth Secrets From A Digital PM appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. Leadership & Team Management PM Best Practices PM Hacks & Productivity Tools Topics

2019 156

Contingency Plan Vs Fall Back Plan

iZenBridge

Seldom people feel satisfied after the creation of plan B but what if that plan B is not enough to drive those projects. This can be understood by a below real-life scenario. We had a planned vacation to Kerala last year in the month of June.

Task Management For Project Managers

How can project planning that stretches over months or years remain relevant and account for new ad-hoc activities that arrive every day?

Resource Leveling: How Can You Use it in Project Management?

MPUG

A person inexperienced in project management may think that resource leveling is a method of making use of resources having the same height.

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Dull Projects are the Best: Three Reasons Why | Video

Online PM Courses

I love dull projects. Dull is good. So is boring… and drab. But WHY do I say this? Why do I think dull projects are the best? I have good reasons and, in this short video, I’ll share them with you. This video is safe for viewing in the workplace. This is learning, so, sit […].

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Team Motivated

Brad Egeland

The motivated team is the more productive team. That's a fairly well established fact. As the project manager or PMO director how do you get there? How do you make sure your project teams are as motivated and engaged as possible every time out on every project?