In this webinar, author and expert speaker Andy Jordan will discuss how Resource Management can be improved with better planning, more proactive management, increased resource agility, and practical ways to make it happen in your organizational culture.
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Less than half of organizations consistently report high strategic alignment in their project management practices despite established research linking business success to strategic alignment in projects. Regulatory implementation programs, in particular, are susceptible to being operationally (as opposed to strategically) managed with the sole focus on “getting the job done”.
We all want successful projects. Projects that not only deliver a product on time, on budget, and on scope, but also value to customers. This webinar will start with defining value creation and value delivery to make a thriving business model and a happy customer. Then we will explore the two main ways that a product or service can offer value to customers. The first way is value creation, to ensure that the product has the features that customers need, and they see value in. To do this, we will discuss prioritization techniques to ensure the highest priority features are delivered first, for every release. The second way is value delivery, through value stream mapping and waste elimination while developing a product. As a project manager, you need to understand where waste is created and look for ways to eliminate it in your project management processes. Lean processes combined with strong value delivery approaches will help your organization become successful in the long term.
This research presents empirical evidence to support the existence of a typology framework for virtual project teams. In addition the relationship between virtual team types and project success is explored.
The best teams are the ones that keep improving. Continuous Improvement is not a particular thing you do but a culture you have. A3 thinking is a way to enable that culture. Although very simple in concept, A3 thinking can drive deep value changes in teams as it empowers them to solve problems and make improvements. In this webinar, we'll talk about what A3 thinking is, the mechanics of the A3 problem solving tool, and how to use A3 thinking in your day to day work.
Accelerating Innovation: Launching or Partnering with a University-affiliated Proof of Concept Gap Funding Program
Proof of Concept (POC) gap funding programs evaluate commercial potential, demonstrate the value, and generally de-risk (or perception of risk) the project to commercial partners or investors. You can use the information in this webinar to share internally to begin dialogue and create momentum around external partnership and funding models for future innovation
The daily standup is a key Agile practice. Since the latest Scrum Guide release, it has changed and become less rigid than before, no longer relying on the key three questions. In addition, for teams running Kanban, the daily standup can take on a different form.
In this Webinar, we’ll discuss mechanisms to jumpstart your CX transformation practices and support your workforce become more customer-centric. We'll draw upon scenarios that many companies face to offer brief solutions and tangible actions you can adopt in your journey towards delivering a superior customer experience. We will cover topics such as customer journey mapping, voice of the customer exercises, creating a customer-centric maturity model, establishing the processes, playbooks, and templates to drive outcomes that achieve greater customer retention, renewals, and upsells.
This presentation discusses how to integrate business analysis practices into the project management process to reduce project risk and improve business outcomes. This presentation will examine business analysis from a PMBOK perspective and examine strategies for integrating business analysis practices into the project management process. The following topics will be addressed: • What is business analysis? • Why focus on business analysis? • How business analysis integrates into PMBOK including Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, and Stakeholder Management. • How business analysis reduces project risk. • How to manage business analysis activities and deliverables from a project management perspective.