The digital economy has fueled executive appetite for transformation. This blog highlights the challenges and opportunities of orchestrating digital business transformation successfully. It covers a broad range of transformation topics—from digital business models and innovation, through to transformation mindsets and value creation.
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Q: If someone has many years of experience in Project Management and holds multiple PMI certifications for many years, do you see value in taking the CAPM exam to refresh someone’s memory based on the latest version of the PMBOK ? and Why ?Rami Kaibni on Aug 31, 2019
Agile is often 'sold' as a way to improve quality of products and services. One of the fundamental Agile principles is that continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility. Scrum, the most used Agile framework, doesn't have a "tester". A "done" backlog item should be part of a "shippable" increment of the product. Therefore, after each Sprint, the result should be available for users without a validation stage. The 'old' Testing or Quality Control (QC) is wrongly re-branded as QA for various reasons, from adding prestige to a mundane and in theory un-necessary activity to lack of understanding of the fact that QA, meaning Quality Assurance, is a process.
Agile is often 'sold' as a way to improve quality of products and services. One of the fundamental Agile principles is that continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility.
Many of us are accidental project managers. The real challenge is where we take that. Once we recognize that we are, in fact, a project manager, we need to sort out exactly what we would like the arc of our career to be. Spoiler alert: That can actually be a choice.
Building a successful career is the ultimate project. Take the right approach, and you can create projects that change the world—and earn a great living in the process. And there are three factors that drive a resilient career...