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Where will Agile transformation drive the most value in your organization? Probably in the areas where business conditions are changing rapidly and customers or stakeholders expect continual improvement in your service or product. Here is a helpful exercise to better identify those areas that could most benefit from an agile approach.
This presentation helps define intellectual capital and helps you assess how much value you are creating for your customers and shareholders with it. A real eye-opener.
Assess the scope, impact ranking and criticality of each business change required to implement a particular application package.
If your project involves many persons or groups and many activities, it is advisable to create and maintain an assignment matrix. This provides a clear view over the persons or groups related to every bit of project work, and helps to avoid confusion or misunderstanding about who does what. This assignment matrix can be used to relate persons or groups to project activities or work packages. This relation can vary from being responsible, accountable, informed, consulted or any other type of assignment.
Assumptions and constraints need to be tracked on your project to minimize risk and keep you on track. Use this sample log to help with the process.
For a project to proceed, it is inevitable that assumptions are made. Without them, the project would grind to a halt until all uncertainty was removed. However, in many cases assumptions are made without any further attempt to confirm or correct those assumptions; this can lead to significant downstream project execution difficulties. This template is intended to help capture and track assumptions and the work being done to validate them.
In a hurry to make that meeting with the higher-ups to explain what is going on with your project this week? Take this form with you. But even if you aren't scrambling to report to management, this form will help you keep your finger on the pulse of the project.
In a hurry to make that meeting with the higher-ups to explain what is going on with your project this week? Take this form with you. But even if you aren't scrambling to report to management, this form will help you keep your finger on the pulse of the project. This download has been translated into Japanese.
Forget about self-confidence, although a little of that is good. What you are looking for in a project manager is someone whose reputation, experience, leadership ability and presentation skills are matched only by his/her project expertise and professionalism.