by Joanna Newman, Ori Schibi, Muhammad Abu Baker Ilyas, Cheryl Lee, Paul Williams
우리와 함께 PMI Global Congress 2015 -North America의 발표자들과 대화를 계속하십시오. 이 웹 세미나에서는 Best Practice, 주요 테이크 아웃 및 Strategic Business Management Skills 세션에서 배운 교훈을 살펴 봅니다. 이 기회를 놓치지 마시고 PMI 세계 총회 2015 -North America에서 발표자 하이라이트와 가르 칠 수있는 순간을 사실상 발표자를 만나보고 엿볼 수 있습니다.
Repurposing the PMO in an agile environment from being a reporting PMO to a fully trained analytical PMO is something that is urgently needed. CFOs cannot continue to accept the information that they’ve been getting from IT at face value.
Doing better relates to best practices; however, over the last decade, doing differently has become a norm. The rate of change is as fast as we continually exchange ideas, and thus we have to embrace a new paradigm and utilize next practices.
Organizations spend huge amounts of money and effort on change initiatives, but sustaining the new ways remains a formidable challenge. How do we ensure transformation is supported for the long-term? Here are four critical elements that encompass learning, design and planning, leadership and mindset.
Too many organizations approve more projects than they can reliably deliver. They need an integrated view of all projects that goes beyond the large scale transformation initiatives to include smaller, often hidden efforts. Then they can better prioritize, manage and commit to a realistic work volume.
From cloud solutions and blockchain to AI and IoT, digital disruption is changing the way work is done, providing opportunities for innovative organizations to gain a competitive advantage. A new Pulse of the Profession® report from Project Management Institute takes a deeper look.