How does the uncertainty, urgency and chaos of 2020 impact the thinking of CIOs going into 2021, and what do they need to do to be successful? The answer starts with understanding the CEO and the leadership team’s urgencies and priorities.
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After arguably the most disruptive year any of us have ever seen, organizations are already beginning to see a shift in the technologies they will need to harness to be prepared for the future. What tech is hot—and what's approaching its obsolescence?
What do the pundits tell us about what lies ahead in the world of IT? For 2021, find out what's in store with CIO priorities, IT salaries and IT security.
Curious about what other organizations are doing in the low-code/no-code space? Be inspired by these examples from a wide variety of sectors, from energy to retail.
The traditional ways of adding new tools to the toolkit lack innovation and excitement. Fortunately, you don’t always have to travel or take a computer-based test to add a few new tools to the toolkit. Here we present 21 ways to add new tools to your toolkit as an IT project manager or professional.
Training in the 21st century is all about maximizing your returns. Technology has changed training--are you able to take advantage? In order to maximize the return on your training dollars--whether personal or for an entire department--you need to leverage each of the various training modalities.
A team at the insurance company implemented a project that evolved into a blueprint described as “…the beginning of our future.”
No, not the job, the job is great! However the work schedule that goes along with it is increasingly out of control due to 24/7 pager expectations. Let's talk about getting some control back in your life. We all have to work some weekends, but frankly, your friends are beginning to cringe when your cell phone rings, and stepping out in the middle of the movie isn't doing wonders for your dating!
Smaller companies can implement a “supportive PMO," which leverages their limited project management staff across more projects, making them more like project management consultants rather than direct project managers. (And, yes, it can even work with a team of one.)
Does your team spend significant time estimating stories with story points? Or, does your team try to manage its estimates with support or other interruptions? Velocity via story point estimation works in very few teams. Instead of story points, consider these other alternatives for your agile estimates.