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10 Strategies for Successful Project Execution

ProjectManager.com

Is your organization failing to close the gaps between strategy and project execution? Fortunately, there are strategies ( and tools! ) Let’s review strategies and tools you can use, and learn how they can help you close that gap to promote successful project execution. Ineffective corporate governance. Meet Regularly.

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Utilising Behavioural Science for Effective Scrum Adoption

Scrum.org

This article explores how the MINDSPACE framework, originally developed to influence behaviour through public policy, can be pivoted towards fostering successful Scrum adoption in your teams. MINDSPACE was created by the Institute for Government and the Cabinet Office’s Behavioural Insights Team in the United Kingdom.

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Organizational Process Assets: What does that even mean?

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Organizational Process Assets (OPAs) are the collective knowledge, experience, and information that an organization has accumulated over time. They might be influenced by market conditions (risk appetite statements might change, for example, if the market suddenly gets a lot more competitive). They influence how we do the work.

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Utilizing Behavioural Science for Effective Scrum Adoption

Scrum.org

This article explores how the MINDSPACE framework, originally developed to influence behaviour through public policy, can be pivoted towards fostering successful Scrum adoption in your teams. MINDSPACE was created by the Institute for Government and the Cabinet Office’s Behavioural Insights Team in the United Kingdom.

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What is Stakeholder-led Project Management?

Rebel’s Guide to PM

This book sets out a way to manage stakeholders that many project managers will recognize: Identify and document Analyze Develop strategies Plan approach Engage Watch, listen, react and review. In these projects, stakeholders are identified and communicated with in the ‘normal’ way, but their power and influence is relatively low.

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What Is a Stakeholder? Definitions, Types & Examples

ProjectManager.com

Stakeholders are very important because they can have a positive or negative influence on the project with their decisions. If you want more information on this, you can dive into stakeholder theory and shareholder theory , two similar yet different approaches. Pro tip: The terms stakeholder and shareholder are commonly confused.

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Understanding the Organizational Governance System as Project Managers

Project Pulse Journal

Is it challenging to navigate the complex landscape of project governance frameworks? In this article, we will dive deep into organizational and project governance and systems in project management. At the heart of this lies the robust framework of Organizational Governance Systems.