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The Agile Enterprise: Scaling Agile to Project Level Part 3: Build

Apr 1, 2021 9:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Agile has found its way into project delivery with the PMBOK® Guide and PMI certification recognizing the growing adoption of agile practices. Most agile frameworks, like Scrum, Crystal, and XP, were conceived by developers for a small team of developers and do not cover the entire Project lifecycle. A project is not limited to product delivery by a small team, and most agile frameworks are challenged when scaling up to the enterprise level, especially in organizations with a mature Governance framework where a Project Management Office has the responsibility for Project Delivery. In the trenches, the famous 'mindset change' applies not only to people that used planned approaches but also to the people that started agile in small product development teams that must learn the value of aligning their ways of doing things to Enterprise goals.

The Agile Enterprise: Scaling Agile to Project Level Part 3: Build

by Stelian Roman
April 01, 2021 | 60:56 | Views: 4,195 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.57 / 5

Agile has found its way into project delivery with the PMBOK® Guide and PMI certification recognizing the growing adoption of agile practices. Most agile frameworks, like Scrum, Crystal, and XP, were conceived by developers for a small team of developers and do not cover the entire Project lifecycle. A project is not limited to product delivery by a small team, and most agile frameworks are challenged when scaling up to the enterprise level, especially in organizations with a mature Governance framework where a Project Management Office has the responsibility for Project Delivery. In the trenches, the famous 'mindset change' applies not only to people that used planned approaches but also to the people that started agile in small product development teams that must learn the value of aligning their ways of doing things to Enterprise goals.

From Takeoff to Touchdown - The Pilot as Project Manager

by Chris Greco
April 01, 2021 | 60:53 | Views: 6,067 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.60 / 5

Project Management Processes, both predictive and adaptive, are applied to a variety of projects including "repeating projects." This webinar addresses the processes of initiate, plan, execute, monitor/control, and close (as well as burn down charts in Agile) related to piloting a small general aviation aircraft. The webinar will explain the type of aircraft, the procedures involved in everything from takeoff to touchdown (landing), and finally how this application can help you "land" your next project.

A Successful Business Strategy: Value Delivery

Mar 31, 2021 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

We all want successful projects. Projects that not only deliver a product on time, on budget, and on scope, but also value to customers. This webinar will start with defining value creation and value delivery to make a thriving business model and a happy customer. Then we will explore the two main ways that a product or service can offer value to customers. The first way is value creation, to ensure that the product has the features that customers need, and they see value in. To do this, we will discuss prioritization techniques to ensure the highest priority features are delivered first, for every release. The second way is value delivery, through value stream mapping and waste elimination while developing a product. As a project manager, you need to understand where waste is created and look for ways to eliminate it in your project management processes. Lean processes combined with strong value delivery approaches will help your organization become successful in the long term.

A Successful Business Strategy: Value Delivery

by Peter Monkhouse, Joanna Tivig
March 31, 2021 | 63:36 | Views: 6,093 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.56 / 5

We all want successful projects. Projects that not only deliver a product on time, on budget, and on scope, but also value to customers. This webinar will start with defining value creation and value delivery to make a thriving business model and a happy customer. Then we will explore the two main ways that a product or service can offer value to customers. The first way is value creation, to ensure that the product has the features that customers need, and they see value in. To do this, we will discuss prioritization techniques to ensure the highest priority features are delivered first, for every release. The second way is value delivery, through value stream mapping and waste elimination while developing a product. As a project manager, you need to understand where waste is created and look for ways to eliminate it in your project management processes. Lean processes combined with strong value delivery approaches will help your organization become successful in the long term.

Using Project Management to Write Competitive Grants and Proposals

by La Juana Chambers, MPA, PMP
March 30, 2021 | 60:45 | Views: 3,510 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.23 / 5

During this webinar, participants will delve into the depths of successful grant writing and how to lay the foundation for exponential growth capacity-building for their professional and/or volunteer pursuits.

Leading with EQ in Virtual or Remote Environments

Mar 24, 2021 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many teams to start working remotely. Even for those who are used to working in virtual environments, the events of 2020 have accelerated the intensity and changed the pace. The pandemic has changed how remote working is perceived, and has most likely changed forever, how virtual teams interact. With the importance of emotional intelligence (EQ) in leading project teams, it becomes more important while working remotely. Team members may feel isolated and this may contribute to reduced productivity. The leader may also feel the loss of control and could suffer from emotional disconnect. But these situations can be managed effectively. This webinar outlines basic the steps that you can take as a leader of project teams, to ensure that your teams remain engaged and highly productive.

Leading with EQ in Virtual or Remote Environments

by Sunny Faronbi
March 24, 2021 | 62:16 | Views: 7,235 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.65 / 5

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many teams to start working remotely. Even for those who are used to working in virtual environments, the events of 2020 have accelerated the intensity and changed the pace. The pandemic has changed how remote working is perceived, and has most likely changed forever, how virtual teams interact. With the importance of emotional intelligence (EQ) in leading project teams, it becomes more important while working remotely. Team members may feel isolated and this may contribute to reduced productivity. The leader may also feel the loss of control and could suffer from emotional disconnect. But these situations can be managed effectively. This webinar outlines basic the steps that you can take as a leader of project teams, to ensure that your teams remain engaged and highly productive.

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