Twenty years after their first encounter, a project management trainer (aka “the vendor”) and a consumer of that content (aka “the client”) take time to reflect on vendor/client alliances and their own relationship. (Spoiler alert: It’s all about the people!)
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If you’re a mentee, consider becoming a mentor to someone who can benefit from your wisdom. If you’re a mentor, don’t dismiss finding someone who has wisdom to help you. If you’re neither, consider building that first part of the sandwich!
This example of a machine learning project illustrates that incorporating new technology in automation solutions requires new teams and activities—but that the skills you need to make it work may not be that unique.
Many organizations assign their smallest projects to new project managers. That has advantages...but also limitations.
If risk is going to become part of organizational culture, then it needs to overcome its image problem. It needs a rebranding, because no one wants to associate their culture with something fundamentally negative.
In projects related to medical devices, operations are executed based on ISO 13485—a quality management system (QMS) certificate. Here, a practitioner shares his design philosophy for setting up a QMS for a MedTech startup.
When Agile was almost exclusively used as a software development delivery approach, there was heated debate about what was and wasn’t “pure” Agile. The conversation continues now, but why? Today Agile approaches serve many needs and stakeholder groups; agile purists need to recognize this reality.
AI can’t replace human interaction or discussion, but several easy-to-use tools can help surface issues and synthesizing data that require a project team’s attention, discussion and action. This can be particularly helpful when it comes to making the most of agile retrospectives.
When layoffs occur, leaders need to look out for the wellbeing of the people who remain — the “survivors” who might be expected to be grateful but are probably equally stressed and upset. Here are five ways to help them process the turmoil and refocus on the work at hand.
Even with the new wave of emerging AI projects, the lowest common denominator for success continues to be the leader that has a strong bias toward delivery stewardship practices. Read what the future may hold for project management essentials with AI delivery.