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Project Management System: The Basics

Clarizen

What is a Project Management System? The term “project management system” is widely used to describe two major pieces of the overall project management puzzle. The first piece is essentially an approach to getting work done.

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Your Guide to Effective Business Continuity Plan for Startups & Agile Professionals

nTask

With the increase in weather-related events both in frequency and severity and the immense reliance on a network of technologies is also expanding. Organizations nowadays face an unprecedented number of exposures. These trends have left companies exposed to a variety of risks.

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A Deeper Look: Top Changes in the New 2020 Scrum Guide for Agile Practitioners

MPUG

A new version of Scrum guide was released last month. There are quite a few changes in the guide, as well as new additions.

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Project Management Software Comparison for 2021

ProjectManager.com

Most everyone is probably happy to see 2020 go and has high hopes for a brighter 2021. But it’s undeniable that the changes that occurred over the last year aren’t going away. One example is the work-from-home trend.

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What is Contextual Analytics? The Next Evolution of Embedded Analytics

Download this white paper to learn what contextual analytics is, how BI platforms like Yellowfin revolutionize the way users discover insights from their data with native contextual analytics, and how it adds value to your software solution by elevating the user experience.

Psychological safety is not about being nice

Kiron Bondale

Daniel Goleman wrote this week in an HBR article with regards to emotional intelligence: “ …one of the most persistent things I see people get wrong about the concept is that it equates to being “nice.” But it doesn’t, and misunderstanding this can get people into trouble.

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I Can Work from Anywhere - Remote Project Management Myths

Brad Egeland

I will be the first to say that remote work works for me. It works great and I've been doing it productively, effectively and successfully for years.

11 Must-Have Product Management Software Tools For 2021

Teamweek

In this article, you’ll learn about the must-have tools in a product management software stack. In fact, we use most of these tools at Toggl Plan. These tools help us keep our product development on track — from road-mapping to tracking progress.

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Asana project management pros and cons

Binfire

If you are looking to buy project management software for your business, you probably have heard about Asana project management software. Asana promotes its app heavily on social media and on Google Ads. The company has bottomless pockets since the funders came from Facebook.

The Best Lucidchart Alternatives

nTask

If you are looking to charge up your project management skills by looking for the best Lucidchart alternatives you have come to the right place.

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How to Measure DevSecOps Progress and Ensure Success

Speaker: Shannon Lietz, Director of DevSecOps Team, Intuit

The new DevSecOps team is up and running, and you feel ready to take on rising security threats while delivering quality software updates. But that leaves just one question: how do you monitor your new program as effectively and efficiently as possible? Join Shannon Lietz, Director of DevsecOps at Intuit, and award-winning innovator, to learn the answers to these questions so you can lead your DevSecOps team to the top!

How to Start Developing Software Product Using Scrum

Agilemania

Scrum is a framework for solving a complex adaptive problem, and developing software products considered complex work. Agile product development usually has high-level uncertainty in the requirement, and many a time, end users struggle to visualize what they are looking for in the product.

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Overview of my year 2020 book reviews

Henny Portman

2020 was again an extremely fruitful book review year. I wrote around 50 book reviews including 16 corresponding quick reference cards and several personal insights, and views on specific topics in the field of project, program and portfolio management. My own books, whitepapers and articles.

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New Year’s Resolutions: Three Words You Need to Know

Bridge the Gap Consulting

Tis the season to make New Year’s Resolutions! This time-honored tradition happens when a person resolves to change undesirable habits, or, more commonly, accomplish a personal goal. Yes, we hear them every year, and probably make a couple ourselves.

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Your Guide to Effective Business Continuity Plan for Startups & Agile Professionals

nTask

With the increase in weather-related events both in frequency and severity and the immense reliance on a network of technologies is also expanding. Organizations nowadays face an unprecedented number of exposures. These trends have left companies exposed to a variety of risks.

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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.

PMP Live Lessons Success Story: Stay Determined, You Will Be A PMP One Day

Management Yogi

By Kavita Nambiar, PMPIntroductionI have been performing in a Project management role for years now. My current organization has made it mandatory to be Project Management Professional (PMP®) certified for all the Project Managers (PMs).

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Quick Reference Cards in 2020

Henny Portman

As a result of my book reviews in 2020, I created several Quick Reference Cards to summarize what I have read.

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Gantt Chart Wizard: A Blast Out of the Past

MPUG

Background. I was recently reading the latest posts in the Project Standard and Professional user forum, when I found a recent reply to a question that was originally posted in March 2011.

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Essential Elements of Agile Sprint Planning to Develop Software

Agilemania

Scrum is a framework for solving a complex adaptive problem, and developing software products considered complex work. Software product development usually has high-level uncertainty in the requirement, and many a time, end users struggle to visualize what they are looking for in the product.

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Business Monitoring Systems: Using ML to Analyze Metrics

This whitepaper discusses how automated business monitoring solutions like Yellowfin Signals revolutionize the way users discover critical and relevant insights from their data.

Simplified Agile EVM - The Art of Managing Triple Constraint

PM Times

Written by: Dinesh Sharma In the last few years, the project management community has garnered significant attention by the constant dilemma of choosing between Traditional Proven Ways and Agile Based Approaches

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Minimum Viable Product Considered Harmful

Scrum.org

If you’ve used agile, you’ve heard of creating the minimum viable product (MVP). MVP has been thrown around so much and for so long that the term’s original power is lost.

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How to Create a Useful To-Do List for Project Management Using Microsoft Lists

MPUG

As a Project Manager, I almost always have a long list of tasks. I have a few options I can use to manage them: Microsoft To-Do, Planner, and a few others, but I most like using Microsoft Lists. Let me illustrate how! First, let’s consider a scenario where I need the following fields: Task Name.

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How to Start Developing Software Product Using Scrum

Agilemania

Scrum is a framework for solving a complex adaptive problem, and developing software products considered complex work. Agile product development usually has high-level uncertainty in the requirement, and many a time, end users struggle to visualize what they are looking for in the product.

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4 Approaches to Data Analytics for Your Application

Selecting the right solution for your embedded analytics is crucial to the success of your application. But with so many solutions and vendors, how do you make this critical selection? Learn about the different approaches to analytics and the pros and cons for each.

Updated Book: What’s New – I Want To Be A RMP, Second Edition

Management Yogi

The book, I Want To Be An RMP, Second Edition has been available since last year. This book has helped many to successfully achieve the PMI-RMP® credential. In fact, the book has seen 100% success rate so far, as I write this post. Why the Updates?Like Like any aspect of learning, risk management processes, principles, practices, and framework continuously evolve. It brings in new. practices, new. Book (I Want To Be A RMP) PMI-RMP RMP RMP Book RMP Exam Tips

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Scrum 2021: Getting You Started as Scrum Master or Product Owner

Scrum.org

As 2020 comes to an end, you are probably considering how to further your career as a Scrum Master or Product Owner in 2021. Maybe, I can support you in that regard with a set of six articles that proved to be the most popular in 2020.

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A Personal Retrospective

Project Management Essentials

This year was like living through a 500-year storm. COVID has infected 1 in 20 Americans, and 1 in 1,000 have died of the disease. Nearly 15 million people are still out of work. Thirty-three million have been remote for 9-months and are not likely to return soon.

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11 Tips on How to Avoid or Stop Story Spillover in Scrum

Agilemania

Do you struggle to complete planned stories within the timebox in a scrum, or your team struggle? Why we have spillover? What are the reasons behind it, and how to avoid and stop it? Is it possible to complete all stories in every sprint? If not, what is acceptable?

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How to Select an Embedded Analytics Product: 12 Criteria to Consider

This report is designed to help readers select an embedded analytics product. It provides 12 criteria to consider when evaluating embedded capabilities. It also comes with a companion spreadsheet that enables users to score and compare products along these 12 dimensions and others they may add.

Command vs Comment

Musings on Project Management

Now, the word 'command' is probably a no-no among many. It's all about synergy and shared commitment, etc. MaybeOn projects of any scale, and businesses of scale, there are people 'on the commanding heights', in a command situation, and with command responsibility. Don't believe it? Check in with the C-suite and see what they say. So, that said, we arrive at today's topic: Commands and-or. human factors Project Management

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There is no place like production

Scrum.org

Value is such a subjective thing that we will often be wrong, and there is no way around that wrongness.

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What 12 Christmas Gifts will Make You a Better Project Manager?

Online PM Courses

Traditionally, Christmas has 12 Days. And that led to the traditions of 12 days of Christmas gifts and the Twelfth Night celebration. The post What 12 Christmas Gifts will Make You a Better Project Manager? appeared first on OnlinePMCourses. Effective Project Manager

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