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.)
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No matter how committed to societal priorities they are, many project managers don’t see how they can influence progress on these issues. What can we as PMs do to change that?
Distinguish yourself by fostering inclusion to maintain project team productivity. Start by building from organizational policies and training—then apply that guidance to team and individual interactions.
Your first project is about to kick off. How much knowledge and understanding should you have at this point? Not as much as you might think.
We tend to look at project management through the lens of process. The challenge is that we often look at process as relatively fixed. What gets contained within that process tends to be the intersection of proclaimed best practice and an accumulation of “this is how we do things around here.” Both of those dimensions should be challenged.
Curious about what other telco organizations are doing in the low-code/no-code space? We’ve rounded up some really interesting real life examples for you.
IT alone cannot create applications as urgently as the business demands them. This is where citizen development and the use of low-code/no-code platforms becomes key. Here are six benefits of using LCNC in the re-design of workflows, compared to traditional application development
Most project work environments changed suddenly and dramatically in the pandemic. Now, as we make our way back to a post-quarantine world, many of the old ways of running projects are not returning with us. This is a transformation that must be managed.
The line between business and technology is disappearing. True digital transformation requires organizations to embrace not just new ways of working but new ways of thinking. And that can’t happen unless they redefine what it means to be a technology leader.
Are algorithms driving the prioritization process in your product development efforts at the expense of strategic thinking and context? Because there is no magical spreadsheet or single metric that can replace strategy—the decision-making that considers organizational and market context, that addresses the bigger questions first.