Multiple Agile scaling frameworks are being developed and presented now-a-days to handle enterprise wide Agile adoption. In this context, this session would present speaker’s experiences on implementing different Agile scaling frameworks and lessons learned through these adoptions.
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This webinar will help close the gaps related to two primary factors contributing to change failure: (1) strategic implementation planning and execution, and (2) preparing leaders to navigate change. Learn a proven framework that readies leaders to become change champions.
The Project Scope Statement documents the entire scope, including project and product scope. It describes the project’s deliverables in detail. It also provides a common understanding of the project scope among project stakeholders. Use this outline as a basis for your statement.
Need help with your project schedule? A Gantt chart is a simple yet effective visual tool to give you a snapshot of all the important elements. Get help creating one in Excel with this template.
This document can be used to manage procurements in your project. A procurement is the process of acquiring products or services from third parties. This process includes any preparations, the actual purchase and controlling the compliance with a contract or agreement.
The aim of the template is to capture lessons learned consistently across an organization. Capturing key project-related data in a consistent manner helps other project teams (in a different location, function, department) filter through and identify relevant lessons. The template can be used as is and shared via a local shared drive or in the cloud; or the format can be leveraged to create a SharePoint list to facilitate collaboration. Adapt categories and values to suit your needs.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly tackles the concept of success head-on. He explores why our current perceptions of success came from, and why they are so narrowly defined, and yet so persistent . He opens up and explores other possible interpretations of project success, and the implications of attempting to apply and use them. Finally, and most importantly, he provides practical guidance on redefining and reframing how success can be assessed and evaluated on our projects.
Ask what project success looks like, and the most common answer is “on time, on budget and to specification.” The role of projects in organizations has evolved considerably, but our perception of project success has barely moved.
If you work very closely with your supply chain when innovating, this section explains the core concepts behind Supply Chain Innovation Management. Key findings and conclusion. Last round of Q&A sessions for the series.