Come discuss some of the top Agile Modeling and Visualization techniques you can use to help your customers communicate their vision and reach deeper knowledge of their desired outcomes.
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You know the saying: A picture is worth a thousand words. Well, it's true. This collection of KM models and frameworks can help jumpstart your company's KM efforts.
Systems testing is complete. Now what? Here are the steps to take before acceptance testing begins.
The Activity Planning and Sequencing Crash Course gives novice project managers or project team members a quick and dirty grasp of essentials needed to develop and achieve realistic project schedules.
Getting a project started involves communication. You can't expect people to start working on a project unless they have the relevant information they need to do their jobs.
This webinar provides an overview of key principles and practices for effective Agile project estimating and planning that have helped many Construx customers greatly increase the accuracy of their project forecasts, enabling them to make better go/no-go decisions, increase the predictability of their projects, and deliver their projects successfully... on time, within budget constraints, and with the desired functionality.
This presentation is the supporting document for this video. It walks you through turning strategic objectives into operational realities. It covers topics such as conditioning your organization for change, discovering enterprise requirements, developing actionable objectives, and driving enterprise-wide alignment, and ends with a few models and techniques that drive the process.
Simply put, scope is the size of the project. But there’s more to it than that!
A work breakdown structure (WBS) is the most important method of organizing tasks for a project. Learn its ins and outs here.
This presentation will help you and your clients focus on issues important to interoperability, portability and scalability. Not only does it ask salient questions, but it also concentrates on roles and responsibilities, too.