In practical project management terms, ”Agile” as a methodology applied in the software product domain has not proliferated in the hardware product domain as readily and effectively as it has in the software product development domain. As it turns out Agile on its own is not sufficient for the tasks required in the hardware development domain.
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This webinar explores what’s desirable, what’s possible and what’s practical in collaborating and information sharing in today’s projects. It not only explores technology, but also process and mindset, to re-think and re-imagine how we might work going forward. You’ll get new perspectives, new ideas and techniques that you can put in practice with your team tomorrow.
The Product Owner is the key stakeholder within an Agile project. Success or failure of Agile projects can hinge on having a good product owner. For organizations, developing Product Owners can be the most difficult part of the move to a more agile mindset. A Product Owner can not be a far off Executive Sponsor of days past, they have to be integrated into the team and have the authority to act quickly. This webinar will discuss the role and responsibilities of a Product Owner, identity ways a PM/SM can coach a Product Owner, and how to manage conflict when dealing with Product Owners.
Closing Q&A webinar for June 2017 Book Club on Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering by Eric Rebentisch
Cast aside notions of fakery and pretence, gravitas goes deeper than that, much deeper. You don’t have to look serious to be taken seriously. But, you cannot afford to leave it to chance, because making the right impression will accelerate your deliverables.
This Webinar will explain how to become an Online Project Manager working with innovative and passionate entrepreneurs and small business owners.
When initiating a high profile project there is a very good chance that you will start on the back foot, already one week behind a schedule that still needs to be agreed. In this session, we use a very simple analogy to illustrate why you would not want to reach for the low hanging fruit immediately.
Professionals working in the field of project management are often exposed to stressful situations and frustrations caused by a wide variety of challenges ranging from unrealistic expectations, stakeholder resistance, or constantly changing priorities. The reactions to these challenges depends greatly on the individual, their experience, and capabilities.
The gist of the matter is to manage "Collective Commitment" of an individual member, team, and an organization. This webinar will cover how that happens, managing certain prerequisites while forming a team and inducting a new team member, certain areas of leadership to help the team perform at their best, and certain behaviors to avoid.
Given the fact that millennials will comprise more than one in three adult Americans by 2020, smart organizations are investing time and energy not just learning about their oftentimes unique workplace preferences/work styles, but also determining how to best leverage their strengths to benefit all.