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New Requirements? No, Weak BA!

by Dmitri Khanine

Are you still blaming users for new requirements? Why is this all happening? Is it because of the lack of discipline among requirements holders, who just keep on asking for different things—often late in our projects—throwing a monkey wrench into our schedules and budgets?

New Scrum Horizons

by Dave Prior

Stephen Denning, author of “The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management” and thought leader on innovation and organizational storytelling, recently joined the Scrum Alliance board of directors. Here, he discusses what drew him to Agile thinking and his efforts to bring the spirit of Scrum to new environments and to make it more resilient, scalable and sustainable. [15:15]

New Sheriff in Town

by Andy Jordan

What’s the effect on a PMO when leadership changes? When someone comes into a new role--especially one as visible as a department head--it can be tempting to want to make an early impact, but is that the right mindset? Here, we explore some of the things to consider.

New Thinking in Crisis Management

by Bob Weinstein

Crisis management is finally getting the recognition it deserves. This article is going to explore crisis management's newest thinking and hone in on its top priorities, along with best practices and tips.

New Training with Social Media

by Joe Wynne

It’s time to make way for new training tools and techniques…or get run over. Old methods are fast becoming obsolete, but the replacement tools have not been fully tested and will not be immediately acceptable to all organizations. Use these tactics to move more quickly toward faster project workforce development.

New Trends in Online Learning

by Mike Griffiths

The expansion of online learning was booming before COVID-19 emerged. Now, with the rise of work from home and homeschooling, the switch to online study has been massively accelerated.

New Urban Landscapes: Development with a Sustainable Twist

by Sarah Fister Gale

There are now more than 7 billion people in the world and that number is expected to jump to 9.4 billion in less than 40 years, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. As the population grows, so too does the mass migration from the countryside to cities, particularly in developing nations. This article discusses how project teams are re-imagining urban development to alleviate the massive strain on cities' infrastructure, construction, energy and IT demands.

New Video Series Explores Executive Sponsorship

by PMI

Senior PMI leaders and representatives from PMI’s Global Executive Council recently appeared in an online video series sponsored by World Finance. The videos cover a range of topic areas, including a discussion on the role of executive sponsorship in ensuring project success.


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