In today’s increasingly dynamic project world, more and more project managers are finding themselves riding an extreme project--a venture characterized by high speed, high change, high complexity and high stress. What does it take to succeed? Let's look at nine vital leadership practices.
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This handy guide gives you a wealth of ready-to-use tools, checklists, tips and more to help you complete your assignment on time and with the desired results.
In a new podcast, Dave Prior chats with Tom Kealey, an agile coach who uses "visual thinking" as one tool to spark Agile transformation. He summarizes his approach as “start where you are, use what you have, and do what you can.” And he says the key to sustained success is to go beyond the “what” and understand the “why." [12:16]
The decision to get agile training is a question that’s part of a bigger one: Whether one is ready to adopt agile practices and principles wholeheartedly. When are you ready? There are four fundamental questions you have to ask yourself before embarking on an agile training program.
You don't always find success through technical skills and good looks. You have to learn how to get along with others and move forward as a leader. Here are a few simple steps to follow.
How to make progress visible to all members of the project team.
Enterprise systems is one of the toughest markets to recruit for right now. Qualified candidates are in top demand, so expect to have to recruit and retain accordingly. Effective companies need to arm themselves with effective tools of the trade: education, retention and investment.
With the profession moving forward into new territory, let us reflect and look back at our roots to ensure we are bringing forward those key lessons for continued success on our projects, programs and portfolios.
How confident are you in your estimates? Meet Statistical PERT, a probabilistic estimation technique for use with any bell-shaped uncertainty like task duration, work effort, agile story points, cost, revenue, event attendance and more. The Statistical PERT Beta Edition uses the built-in statistical functions inside Microsoft Excel 2010 and later.
Early on in your project/change management process, you need to plan for how you’ll get relevant buy-in from everyone. To ease this process, there are a lot of different tools at your disposal...