Are you preparing for the digitization of the project management process? Your success in the future will depend on your ability to adapt to and utilize any digitized step, process and application upgrade. Follow these four steps to stay on top of required changes.
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The hyper-agile software development lifecycle is an end-to-end process for developing and delivering applications using citizen development.
Given the presence of automation from the outset, the stubbornly analog nature by which project management continues to function is moderately surprising. At least, it looks surprising until you take one fundamental factor into consideration.
Should project management productivity be measured by the quality or quantity of projects delivered? Too often, the wrong metric is employed. Here are four tips to ensure success.
Agile approaches tend to build resilience into the work because of the frequent build-release loop. But what if you can’t use an agile approach for some reason? Consider these three ideas...
The project management field greatly benefits from data-driven decision-making frameworks—which in turn ask the project manager to be flexible and proactive, to react and take advantage of what data products bring to PM practices.
Modern software development can always be in the moment, developing the best possible software for today. But is that good enough to succeed? Continuous delivery is going to gain traction and become an important part of how projects get delivered—but it only helps if it delivers business value.
The more uncertain the times, the more adaptability we need. We need to recognize that things have changed. In the age of COVID-19, we don’t know when we will find a new “normal"—which is probably longer away than we might like.
If we create a great environment—a great culture—we don’t need to spend time directing or engaging people. Instead, we free people to work in the best ways they can. Here are three ideas to help move from talent management to environment or culture management.
Many of our ideas never come to fruition as we become completely sucked into our daily project life. How can we make sure our vision is realized? Where do you start? Let’s look at a scenario and break down possible practical and strategic steps that we can take.