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Topic Teasers Vol. 115: Project QuickPlan

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: Maybe I’m a project manager, or maybe a ScrumMaster? All I know is that my organization is using a form of agile, and I think implementing the most important parts of it. But we don’t quite have the entire “team meeting with the product owner and the other high-level stakeholders” perfected yet. For the necessary communication, I do get to sit with them and ask questions, which is good. However, without my familiar processes and paperwork for traditional projects, I don’t quite know what to ask or how to get the proper sign-offs. How can I make sure I’m taking the proper information back to my team?

Hybrid Evaluation: A Compelling Vision

by Kagiso Rhulani

Need help evaluating your new venture? A hybrid review technique that integrates traditional evaluation techniques with agile practices might be just what you need.

Performing Under Pressure

by Mudassir Iqbal

No one performs their best under pressure. There are situations that bring the best out in you, but that’s completely dependent on your surroundings and the methodology you follow. Here are some tips to stay cool under pressure.

7 Ways to Grow Your Business Analysts Through Projects

by Bruce Harpham

How can you make a more significant impact as a project manager? Look for opportunities to grow each member of the project team. Let’s take a closer look at ways you can grow your business analyst...and yourself.

Dealing with Disruptive Apples

by Al Taylor

For many of us, “bad apples” can have an evil influence on projects. They include the malevolent kind—those who for one reason or another will intentionally attempt to have a negative impact on the project.

Taking Over an Ailing Project

by Stephanie Jaeger

Have you ever been asked to take over an ailing project—one that was close to failing and completely off track? A few simple steps can help you get off to a good start with your team and all stakeholders.

Influencing Stakeholders: An Ethical Dilemma

by George Jucan, MSc, PMP, OCP

For most project managers, words like “influencing” and “manipulating” are taboo. This article explores these concepts through the perspective of PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.

Dealing With Disruption

by Michael Wood

One challenge facing project managers is being able to sense disruption’s presence, understand its cause and then combat it. What are some of the causes of project disruption, and what can PMs do about it?

Change Management: A Contractor's Tool for Project Handover

by Fabio Teixeira de Melo

Handing over an industrial plant from the contractor to the owner is an important process that should be thoroughly planned by both parties. But sometimes, the handover process becomes more complicated as it unfolds. Can change management help?

Managing Without Authority…or Experience

by Andy Jordan

Project management is often referred to as management without authority. How do you succeed when you also don’t have any experience?

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