Wed.Jun 05, 2024

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10 Key Project Scheduling Techniques to Know in 2024

Teamweek

Project managers have a lot of different plates to juggle when scheduling projects—and there isn’t much room for error. They must schedule tasks to meet tight timelines, manage different resources, and keep clients happy. The reality is, 29% of project managers say an inadequate goal setting is the main reason for project failures. And then there’s burnout—not just for team members but managers themselves.

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What is Rolling Wave Planning?

Online PM Courses

In this video I answer the question, what is Rolling Wave Planning? And I also look at the rolling wave planning process. The post What is Rolling Wave Planning? appeared first on OnlinePMCourses.

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Redefining Agility: Evolving Your Operating Model as a Scrum Master

Scrum.org

Redefining Agility: Evolving Our Operating Model as a Scrum Master In our relentless pursuit of excellence and efficiency, Scrum Masters play an important role in guiding organizations through the adoption of agile frameworks. However, it's time to pause and rethink our approach. Instead of over-focusing on frameworks and predefined rules, we should evolve our operating model to align with our context and empower our teams.

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Extended EMPWR.AI Free Trial is Now Available for MPUG Members  

MPUG

For the past few months a number of MPUG members have been working with Envorso on a new AI tool for project managers called Empwr.ai. They recently started inviting project managers to use the tool for an extended free trial while they are in beta testing. We want to extend the offer to you because the Empwr.ai founders are looking for feedback from project managers like you.

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Your Guide To Transitioning Into Product Management: Essentials For New PMs

Speaker: Leslie Grandy, Product Executive & Drew Weaver, Senior Program Manager

Are you considering a shift to product management or just starting your journey as a Product Manager? Join Leslie Grandy and Drew Weaver for an insightful webinar designed to help you seamlessly transition into this dynamic role. Whether you're looking to pivot your career or enhance your existing skills, this session will equip you with the knowledge and tools to succeed!

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Applying PMP Principles to Real-World Project Management

The IIL Blog

By Nick Mendez The Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential stands out as a hallmark of excellence in today’s dynamic business landscape. Recognized worldwide, the PMP ® certification equips professionals with the best practices and methodologies outlined in the Project Management Institute PMBOK® Guide , enabling them to efficiently manage complex projects.

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Achieving Organizational Sustainability Goals Through Strategic Alignment in Project Portfolio Management

Green Project Management

We were working with a client recently and discussed the issues of prioritisation and alignment of projects to the organisation’s sustainability goals. Whilst they have published and publicly committed to a number of sustainability goals, there was no clear link between those goals and what was actually happening in the organisation. When I asked them […] The post Achieving Organizational Sustainability Goals Through Strategic Alignment in Project Portfolio Management appeared first on Ins

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A Beginner’s Guide to Project ROI (And What To Track Instead)

Scoro

Ever take on high-revenue projects and get surprised by low (or even negative) profits at the end? Talk about frustrating. In this guide, we’ll explain project return on investment (ROI), and you’ll discover a more accurate way to measure project profitability than simple ROI calculations. What is project ROI? Project ROI measures a project’s true profitability by comparing its revenue to its cost to deliver.

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How to Create a Power BI Dashboard: Pros & Cons (Example Included)

ProjectManager.com

A Power BI dashboard is one of the many visual tools for data analytics and business intelligence offered in Microsoft Power BI. But a Power BI dashboard isn’t the easiest feature to configure. We’ll illustrate how to create a Power BI dashboard to help clear that hurdle. There are pros and cons to using a Power BI dashboard, which we’ll explore, and show how they work with Power BI reports.

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Navigating Burnout in Neurodiverse Teams, Part 3-4

The IIL Blog

By Carole Jean Whittington Read Parts 1 & 2 here! Where we discuss acknowledgement and building intimacy within teams. Part 3 Jealousy and envy show up more readily when team members are in burnout. How do you help as their leader? Principle 3: Acknowledgment Neutralizes Jealousy and Envy Envy is a feeling of discontent or resentment aroused by someone else’s possessions, qualities, or luck (Oxford Dictionary).

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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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Kanban at Scale: Managing Multiple Teams and Boards with MS Project Agile

MPUG

The ‘black mountain’ forced in, broke Konark’s iron gates, Drank the water of Mahanadi river, and ate from the golden plates. – Narrated by my parents in Odia, loosely translated into English Konark Sun Temple in Odisha, India Growing up, from the above paraphrased poem, I learned of the destruction of Konark Sun Temple in Odisha, India by “Kala-Pahada” (meaning Black Mountain), a person presumably named so for his black deeds.

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