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Aspectos Clave En La Gestión De Proyectos De Mejora Continua

by Alfredo Alexis Devenin Vera

En las plantas productivas, la implementación de métodos de mejora y optimización basados en la participación del personal de operación y mantenimiento, a través de grupos de mejora continua, constituyen una fuente de generación de proyectos de ingeniería de planta, cuya implementación, bien gestionada, puede lograr un impacto significativo en el desempeño y resultados de una Planta. ¿Cuáles son las fuentes de generación de estos proyectos y cuales son las claves para poder gestionarlas correctamente y así poder crear y capturar valor para la organización?

X-Ray of the Project Portfolio With Design Thinking

by Lourdes Medina, PMP, PfMP, ITIL, CSM

Design thinking is a systematic approach to problem solving centered on customers and the capability to create a better future for them. In the portfolio management context, design thinking is applied to the design of business prototypes or corporate strategies and promotes innovation.

Running an Efficient Beta Program

by Sandhya Gupta

In school, this practitioner was taught to think about the “5Ws and H” when writing. He applied the same principle to developing and executing beta programs—which improved efficiency. Keep these basics in mind for your next testing endeavor.

The Risk Ruler and Group Decision

by Guilherme Calôba, PMP

One of the most important processes in the risk discipline is performing qualitative risk analysis. But how do you determine whether a given delay is low, medium or high? How do you build a scale...and how do you use a risk ruler?

Don’t Bother Up-and-Coming Project Managers

by Christopher Cook

While you want to safeguard every movement and communication of new project managers, the best way for you to manage is to stand back and watch a few failures.

Gaining PMO Experience

by Andy Jordan

How does PMO experience fit into a project management career? Who needs to spend time in a PMO? When, how often and what type of experience should it be?

Small Changes to Waterfall Can Bring Significant Results

by Joe Wynne

Adding a new PM process to an existing waterfall methodology can be time/resource intensive—and not have immediate support. Some practical changes can bring about project benefits that everyone can enjoy.

How Do You Teach Hybrid?

by Andy Jordan

Hybrid project delivery is focused on independent judgement and decision making rather than defined processes and techniques. How do you teach organizations to succeed in that environment?

Approach With Caution

by Kevin Coleman

It’s essential that organizations select the right approach to project management, and that's a complicated and challenging activity that shouldn't be taken lightly.

Business Cases in an Agile World

by Andy Jordan

By applying agile principles to business cases — by making them “living” documents in practice, not just theory — project leaders can improve and expand their contributions to initiatives, and realize benefits across a number of areas, from elaborative estimation to more transparent, real-time decision-making.

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