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The last element of a high-performing project team isn’t a title or a skillset. It’s culture. But the right culture doesn’t happen by chance. Here, the author of a guide to leading digital initiatives shares five core values for building winning teams.
Project leaders have a key role to play in innovation. It starts with giving teams the flexibility to be creative and develop unexpected results. Facilitating customer interaction helps teams explore what is actually needed and get in the mindset to deliver it. And stakeholders must be prepared for change and ambiguity, instead of predictability.
When customers are reluctant to embrace a project team’s agile approach, should the organization modify the approach to accommodate them, or should they press on and “prove” it is the best way to deliver what they want?
How can we meet the need for fast-paced, yet reasoned, innovation? As we face a changing, adaptive business environment, "compelling events" can help organizations achieve the vision of the product that they want, while also serving as an effective device for agile project teams.
There are many ways that citizen development can improve reporting. Here are six practical examples from companies worldwide to inspire you.
In project management, essential skills include making rapid adjustments when reality changes—and motivating your project team to deliver. Here are a few of the most valuable skills to focus your effort on to inspire you to get started.
Curious about what other organizations in the law sector are doing in the low-code/no-code space? We’ve rounded up some really interesting real life examples for you.
Does a project delay of a few days really matter? Yes! Schedule delays are often treated as no big deal, but that’s a dangerous approach. We need to view the schedule as a guideline, not as a weapon.
If you have been thinking of getting started with no-code tools but you’re just not sure where to start, then this first video in our three-part series is for you. Max Mirho shares his tips for getting started with no-code.