We held a special panel with four different citizen development industry experts discussing the potential for this new approach at PMXPO 2021. Find out some key takeaways from their discussion.
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You've been working in a different environment for a year now, using different skills. Make sure you take time to assess how it went so that you can generate something positive from this difficult period. It's as simple as asking yourself a series of questions to uncover lessons learned.
This four-part series explores project management careers from various perspectives. We continue with the mid-career project manager. The series will explore options, suggestions and alternatives that are intended to provoke reflection on one’s own career—and suggestions for more choices.
If you’re one of the many project-related workers who are currently struggling to find a new opportunity or motivation, having belief in yourself, your abilities and the future is vital to both your mental well-being and your ability to compete successfully for the opportunities that are out there.
The use of low code and no code is on the rise, but what are the real advantages of this new approach? Check out these transformative benefits.
Casablanca Chapter of Dell Volunteer Project Management Program Makes a Difference Through PM Trainingby
Dell Inc., a longtime supporter of the PMI Educational Foundation’s (PMIEF) social good efforts through its Dell Volunteer Project Management (DVPM) program, is continuing to set the pace for pro bono outreach on a global level.
For business solutions that require IT subject matter expertise, either due to scale or scope, incorporating citizen development has significant benefits for IT teams as well. Here are eight ways that Citizen Developer can benefit IT teams.
From the personal experiences we have had during the pandemic, we need to build a shared sense of what it has meant, and how we move forward. This is particularly true as we manage the process of re-entry to a world that may look the same but now feels a little stranger and instills a little more wariness and caution.
As organizations recognize that they are still able to deliver with a distributed workforce, many are embracing the concept. How does that have to change your business? It’s going to take a conscious, focused effort to take advantage of the opportunities.
Dependencies are a critical part of project planning, but they aren’t always as clear cut as they may at first appear. A better understanding of hard and soft dependencies can help.