As Low Code/No Code tools are gaining popularity daily, traditional development is still relevant. It will always be a good option for many projects created and needed daily. But, if you have a project that is due soon, which one you must select and what is the actual tradeoff between the two? In this webinar, we will see which path is suitable and how you can select the appropriate method. In the long run, what is the cost and how you will be able to maintain your work?
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In this talk I cover Why individuals & organizations need to be constantly on their toes and be ready to face the Future in the new BANI world. I will also list some of the tectonic changes an organization needs to make to not only survive but shine in the new world order.
Project Success Trifactor: Transformational Leadership, Organizational Change Management, and Project Management
In OCM, the most common mistake is to focus only on transitioning to the new systems or processes and not on the people. People are the single most important factor that drives successful change adoption. Organizations that fail to deliver their strategic initiatives often find the lack of stakeholder involvement and engagement counterproductive. Stakeholders view proposed changes through their beliefs and perceptive filters. During this session, learn the difference between change and transformation and why the latter is preferred. You will also learn about the different leadership and OCM practices to engage in through the project phases and which to avoid. Learn how to move from the abstract to the “why” and then on to the concrete “how” we’re going to change and drive successful project outcomes.
This webinar covers large Enterprise and Global migration of Infrastructure and telecommunication platforms from on prem to cloud or from legacy to more advanced and preferably cloud or from owning to leasing or from managing to subscribing.
What is churn in Agile, and how can it pose a threat to your Agile teams and projects? This webinar will focus on how churn can affect an Agile team, how to calculate it, and how the Team, Product Owner, and Scrum Master can help manage it. To run sprint planning meetings effectively and maximize the ability of the team to plan their sprint, commit to a sprint goal, and execute.
This presentation will focus on providing a message about your project with supporting data. It will be a pragmatic approach to better engage your audience and help them retain your message. There will be examples of the stories and the appropriate means of communicating the message.
In this webinar, we will explore where we find ourselves using a logic of yesterday and what we can do to align with the needs of today’s project managers that require responsiveness to harness the power of turbulence. Together, we will examine a responsive model of change that can be applied to both projects and programs.
Modern work can be complicated, and economic pressures require businesses to improve continuously. The need for innovation, distributed teams, and competitive and regulatory pressures drive an organization to improve and learn constantly. Learning throughout the project is not something that should be the focus of only the Agile approaches, such as scrum. From experience, it is not motivating for a team to burn their metaphorical hand on the same familiar stove burner. A team with recurring failures of the same type differs from how to improve morale or grow competencies. Failures may not be fatal if these are used as opportunities to learn. Failure is not motivating when nothing new is learned or experienced. In this webinar, we will discuss learning opportunities, things our project can do to encourage learning, and what things we do that discourage learning and growth.
Kanban beyond the participation board delves into how to leverage Kanban Board beyond just the work management tool by an Agile team. Team reflects the use of Kanban Board for effective Stakeholder Management and driving Customer Centricity.
Only 8% who set goals achieve them. By contrast, 67% of projects are achieved. The life goals that get set as a project, get achieved! Tiago Mateus is a professional and certified project manager that spent years developing important skills. However, it was only when he faced the worst period of his life, fighting against lung disease that he came to a crucial realization: the same skills and tools he had been using in his work could also be applied to his private life. They could help him achieve the goals that he desired, starting with improving his health, but also extending to spending more quality time with his family and further advancing his career.