Despite resistance to change from team members, this practitioner went through a coaching experience that gave him a sense of fulfillment. Read about his challenges—and the three simple stages he took with coaching.
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Most agile practitioners admit to an important truth: we often don’t know what we don’t know. This brings into question the concept of commitments, which can become impractical, even in shorter increments, when new information is constantly emerging that requires individuals and teams to adapt.
The future of work is going to be very different, and agility is going to be a very important part of that future. There are profound implications and wide-open opportunities. Are you ready?
When problems are tackled collaboratively, usually the organization wins. Effective collaboration requires more than technology. There’s a subtle, but important, fact that the most powerful solutions are only as good as the people using them.
In a custom equipment manufacturing environment where unforeseen work causes projects to slip on schedule, prioritization is key. "Code red" meetings can help.
Technology is in constant change with the emergence of artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, biotechnology and more. You need to ask yourself three pertinent questions if you don’t want to become obsolete...
Management philosophy believes that what is measured gets managed. Hence, metrics suggest whether the process is in order or needs external interference. They form the basis of control in any organization. Learn more about the key features of effective metrics.
As project management evolves and organizations focus on faster paths to delivery, is the role of project manager set to change dramatically?
Young project management practitioners—who are relatively new to the profession and started their career during this exciting new age of landscape-shattering business paradigms and technology innovations—hold the key to the next phase of successful project management for organizations globally.