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by NK Shrivastava, Phillip George
Agile planning is widely different from Waterfall planning based on Gantt charts. There are many factors to consider when developing an Agile plan to make sure it increases successful project delivery. How can you use these steps to proactively approach Agile planning? In this webinar, attendees will learn the components of an Agile plan and how to create one. They will learn about the “onion” model of Agile planning and consider each step in the planning process, particularly product planning and release planning. They will leave with the knowledge necessary to construct their own Agile plans.
by Michael Wood
The ulimate goal of any organization is to keep its stakeholders happy. That's how you thrive in business. This presentation explains how you can design your IS function to uphold the objectives of the organization in meeting this most important goal.
by Noman Husain
Business as usual is dead. In this volatile and shifting market landscape, the only constants are change and technology. Traditional businesses are challenged with stagnant productivity, unpredictable growth and evolving business models. To define, create and deliver value throughout the customer value chain, businesses must leverage innovation, technology and growth mindset for fundamental change. Join Mr. Husain as he discusses his perspective to develop a transformation roadmap in the age of disruption.
by Barun Jha
The project procurement process involves contracting part or whole of work. Such a procurement process is often competitive with a condition to the suppliers and contractors to provide deviations to the functional specifications and contractual conditions. To create homogeneity in collection, comparison and evaluation of these deviations, it is better to have a predefined template to collect and log the deviations being proposed. This template can be used as a general standards template provided with procurement documents.
You cannot come up with a realistic project budget unless you can determine and differentiate between direct and indirect project costs. This presentation should simplify matters considerably.
by Steve Brown
The next wave of digital transformation will determine the winners and losers in the 2020s. Businesses who were quick to embrace PC technology, and the mobile/cloud era that followed, put themselves at significant competitive advantage. The companies who take full advantage of the next era, the Spatial Computing Era, will further distance themselves from their competition. Spatial computing technologies create intimate connections between the digital and physical worlds. Their powerful capabilities significantly expand the number of business problems that can be solved with digital technology. Spatial computing will lead to exciting new products and services, enhance the way we work, streamline business operations, open new markets, and create new business models and revenue streams. Natural interfaces, machine vision, industry 5.0, hyper personalization, autonomous vehicles, blended realities, passenger drones, intelligent products, cobots, connected services, generative design, and augmented work are all covered in this fast-moving talk that reveals the incredible opportunity business leaders will face in the 2020s.
by Mohamed Hassan, Fabio Rigamonti
We as Project Managers consider ethics as our guidelines on how to deal in different situations, the new technology comes with big opportunities and challenges at the same time. Algorithms, big data, Artificial intelligence, social media, process automation create ethical dilemmas. How can people keep their privacy and deal with technology, how the companies deal with the data ethically? We can see how technology like robots, the internet of things and others take the jobs and it will continue taking all the routine jobs, millions of people around the globe will be jobless because of the digital transformation, how can the companies and organizations deal ethically in such situation. In this presentation, we will present the solution for organizations to make the balance between the efficiency and to deal ethically with the people.
by Leah Brophy, Valerie Denney, Theodore Boccuzzi
The purpose of this webinar is to provide practical experiences from using the PMI Ethical Decision Making Framework (EDMF). The webinar begins with the background and genesis for the EDMF, and an overview of the tool and the steps required. Next, the webinar summarizes the research design, collection and analysis process. Participants were asked identify an ethical dilemma, preferably in a business environment, and use the steps in the tool to evaluate the alternatives. Analysis includes what the participants did well, and what they struggled with. In final parts of the webinar, there are recommendations for further use of the tool as a structured mechanism to stop and think before acting in a rash fashion.
Educate your client on how a distributed application system works and the benefits of building it with a three-tier architecture. Here's a presentation that illustrates it.
Once you have designed a distributed application, it must pass a thorough review by a committee of sponsors, user representatives, technical personnel and all other key stakeholders. Launching directly into development before the design of the system has been approved is a guarantee for rework down the road. Use this template to execute and report findings from the important critical design review.
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