Tue.Nov 17, 2020

Why Every Project Needs A Configuration Management Plan


Feeling the pressure

Musings on Project Management

" [The concern my some is] that with all good intentions, some project managers might start cutting corners. It's easily done. Don't be fooled by the trappings. This sort of success comes with a lot of pressure. There are deadlines, penalties, [finances], and [executive changes]. PMs] are stuck in the middle. Priorities can become murky. It would be natural for some to feel the pressure and Quality risk decision Risk Management

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Agile Unplugged EP04 | Mike Cottmeyer and Matt Van Vleet

Leading Agile

Listen to the Agile Unplugged Podcast on the go! Find and subscribe to Agile Unplugged on: Apple Podcasts. Spotify. Soundcloud. Welcome to our latest episode of the Agile Unplugged podcast with host Mike Cottmeyer, LeadingAgile’s CEO.

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KeyedIn Releases New Features to Advance Strategic Portfolio Management in Latest v7.2 Update


We are excited to release the latest version of our leading project portfolio management software that builds on our strategic vision of helping our customers be strategic.

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Are Your Embedded Analytics DevOps-Friendly?

Does your analytics solution work with your current tech stack and DevOps practices? If not, any update to the analytics could increase deployment complexity and become difficult to maintain. Learn the 5 elements of a DevOps-friendly embedded analytics solution.

What is an agile coach? A valuable role for organizational change


Agile coaching skills is one of the most in-demand skills nowadays. Agile coaching is an essential skill for scrum masters, agile coaches, and leadership coaches to support self-managed teams.

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How to Distinguish Between Stress and Burnout and Cope with Them: Tips for Project Managers

Epicflow Blog

According to Gallup , 76% of employees in both leadership and non-leadership roles have experienced burnout at least once. The profession of a project manager belongs to senior positions with an increased level of responsibility and as a result, stress. . Let’s take a small test. .

How Creative Briefs Help Your Agency

Function Point

Life’s too short to churn out projects that miss the mark. For a creative brief to be the most effective, it should be completed at the beginning of a project so that it’s streamlining the timeline and not interfering with it.

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Dealing With the Project Saboteur

Bridge the Gap Consulting

There is a presentation I have given where I talk about a “Supportive” stakeholder. These stakeholders understand WHY a project is important and will assist in its execution and completion.

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5 HR Events to Look out for in 2021


Get your calendars out, because we’re bringing you the definitive list of HR events to watch for in 2021. Disclaimer: The information below is accurate at the moment of writing, but make sure you check out the organizers’ websites for the latest, most accurate info.

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How Embedding AI-Powered Analytics Can Give You a Competitive Advantage

Embedding dashboards and reports aren’t enough. Futureproof your application by offering instant, actionable insights that will give you and your customers a competitive advantage.

How Principal Architects Make More Time for Creative Work


Principal architects have big shoes to fill. In any firm beyond a sole-proprietorship, the Principal not only holds the role of ‘architect’, but must also balance the responsibilities of a CEO, and oftentimes acts as a project manager as well.

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Staying Flexible with Hybrid Workplaces


COVID is changing the way the world works. As opposed to being tethered to a desk for 40 hours a week, many companies have adopted a work from home policy for the time being. And some for the unforeseeable future. But even this trend is beginning to shift.

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From the Sponsor’s Desk – Now We Can See Why a Change Management Mindset Really Matters

PM Times

Written by: Drew Davison “The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence – it is to act with yesterday’s logic. Peter Drucker

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5 Tips For Creating Great Relationships With Project Owners


Maintaining quality relationships in the architecture industry can be a unique challenge. There are project owners who change their minds often, but complain that you are trying to ‘nickel and dime them’ when you are upfront about the cost of changes in the project.

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6 Steps to Improving Your Application’s Analytics Experience

No one designs bad dashboards and reports on purpose. So why do so many applications have terrible analytics experiences? Download this ebook for secrets to creating dashboards and reports your users will love.

How To Get the Best Data Visualizations for Your Project


The word “data” can sometimes seem complex and intimidating — almost as if there should be numbers scrolling in front of you like the Matrix. When you’re swimming in data, taking it all in can feel overwhelming.

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