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Can We Please Stop Talking About Agile Transformation?

by Andy Jordan

Organizations need to be agile. Organizations need to transform. But organizations don’t need agile transformations. What they really want to create is an environment where they can deliver optimal performance levels for many years to come without significant ongoing change initiatives.

Managing Seasonal Depression

by Michael Huber

Seasonal depression is all too real. The slowdown around the holidays can create a void that can lead to an emotional rut, which can grow into something deeper. Here's some advice on how to minimize some of the overwhelming feelings that can come during this time of year.

Pulse of the Profession® 2023: Power Skills, Redefining Project Success

by PMI

Power skills are being recognized by teams and organizations as critical for the workplace. Project leaders need to understand this value, as power skills are at the heart of leading successful teams, engaging stakeholders and conquering challenges to the project plan. Which power skills are most critical to project success?

Lessons Learned From Mature, Adolescent & Infant Agile Teams

by Michael Wood

A two-year immersion into the world of agile projects was enlightening and fulfilling for this practitioner—who learned a lot in his role as a BA and PM during the engagement. He worked with teams with varying degrees of comfort and experience with agile—and shares these takeaways to help you on your journey.

Agile Leaders, Business Leaders (Part 1)

by Andy Jordan

Today’s agile is more than simply a way to deliver projects, it’s rapidly becoming a mainstream business approach—and there are challenges that need to be overcome to enable that. Let's look at how organizations can optimize performance by elevating agile leaders to become business leaders.

Winning the Organizational Transition to Agile

by Joe Wynne

You need to show off your leadership skills by preparing for major obstacles faced in agile transitions. Whether it’s stakeholders wanting to revert back to a legacy methodology or executives balking at changes to status reporting, you need to respond in a constructive manner and help drive the transition forward.

Topic Teasers Vol. 154: Confused by Too Many New Agile Terms?

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: With the addition of Disciplined Agile, we now have three types of approaches to how projects should be managed. But this means three times as many terms and roles to try to manage. In my company, different teams use different ways to organize their work, so inter-team communication becomes daunting. What is a good way to learn terms—and advice on how to use them correctly?

Deconstructing the Future of Project Management

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

At the intersection of how organizational practices are framed and how accountability for project management is articulated lies four possible scenarios for our PM future. Which dimensions are more or less likely to emerge going forward? This is where there are some intriguing insights...

3 Skill Sets PMs Must Focus on for Future Success

by Joe Wynne

Where will you be working in a year? What tools will be necessary for success? How will you build your career? To be a successful PM, you don't need to see into the future—but you do need to continuously build skills in these three critical areas.


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