How can no-code be used for building new companies? Did you know there are over 400 (and growing) no-code software platforms out there? Max Mirho of Entrepenerd and Arjun Jamnadass, interim Managing Director of Citizen Developer at PMI, had a wide-ranging conversation about no-code, entrepreneurship and citizen development.
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Stress, surprises and communication failures—especially in a virtual environment—are ever-present threats to our project success. Unfortunately, project managers often have a blind spot when it comes to their teams.
Is there benefit in having a PM stay with the same team through multiple projects, or would everyone be better off if project managers led different teams—even if those teams were themselves fairly stable?
Many of the stakeholders that support project management career growth have the wrong perspective on what project management actually is. Becoming a project manager isn't some kind of ending, a destination to reach that signifies progress is complete. It's just the beginning.
The goal of any project is to satisfy key stakeholders. But what is a stakeholder, and what is meant by "key stakeholder"? This series continues to help build a foundation of project management knowledge as it also looks at the triple constraint.
DEME Group transformed its business processes using a no-code approach to provide a better user experience and improve compliance, data reporting and other functions.
Read a weekly digest of highlights and a selection of articles being published about Citizen Development from around the world. Check in every week for new insights!
The PMI Citizen Developer approach can help drive digital transformation by helping to avoid some of the past mistakes during transformation projects. Read on to see our infographic and some key stats on digital transformation.
Are you interested in citizen development? We’re looking for community members to get involved in PMI Citizen Developer. Find out how!
Smaller companies can implement a “supportive PMO," which leverages their limited project management staff across more projects, making them more like project management consultants rather than direct project managers. (And, yes, it can even work with a team of one.)