Disciplined Agile (DA) is a hybrid of existing methods that provides the flexibility to use a tailored approach that matches your context. In a nutshell, Disciplined Agile is “pragmatic agile”. This webinar explores how a small software development team in an established enterprise applies Disciplined Agile strategies over time to successfully improve their agility to provide real value to their stakeholders by moving from Scrum to Disciplined DevOps.
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In this instalment of the Discover PMI – Ask Us Anything Series, we will provide an overview of PMI Citizen Developer: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know Citizen development is gaining traction and PMI have launched new resources to help support project managers to learn all about this new approach. Find out what’s happening in citizen development with respect to approaches and best practices, successes and challenges. And what is PMI’s position on CD? Spend some time with some experts who think about PMI Citizen Developer all day, every day. Hear what’s new, what’s hot and what’s next, plus ask those burning questions.
In this Conversations series, Arjun Jamnadass explores citizen development with Derya Sousa. Derya Sousa, IT specialist and cofounder of Kianda Technologies, and Arjun Jamnadass, interim Managing Director of Citizen Developer at PMI had a wide-ranging conversation about citizen development and how it can empower the business user to deliver solutions with support from IT.
Despite claims to the contrary, the need for governance does not disappear for agile projects. Your project sponsors have a right to know the status of the health and risk of their investments. But trying to blend traditional agile methods such as Scrum with traditional stage gate approaches can cause frustration for both project teams and their stakeholders. Disciplined Agile (DA) provides straightforward and common sense ideas for applying governance in a lightweight fashion for agile projects. This webinar explores these lean governance strategies using the Disciplined Agile tool kit.
Getting Under the Hood of the PMBOK® Guide - Seventh Edition Part 8: Using Critical Thinking to Avoid Flawed Decisions
The world is changing rapidly – driven by global economic, political, demographic and technological trends. Adapting to change requires a constant assessment and adaptation through critical thinking and decision making. As project practitioners make decisions on their projects, they need to be aware of inherent biases and fallacies that can lead to less-the-optimal decisions. Among these, to name a few, are framing effect, anchoring bias, and correlation versus causation confusion. This session explores examples of these decision fallacies and more, and shows how the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition can be useful in re-thinking the decision-making process.
In this Conversations series, Arjun Jamnadass explores citizen development with Liam Ó Móráin.
By now, most organizations have figured out how to build and then continually improve high-performance software delivery teams. This is akin to creating a powerful race car engine. Sadly, in many cases we take these great engines, put them in an organizational tractor, and then complain when we are not going as fast as expected. This webinar explores the Disciplined Agile principles and how executives can apply them in their own organizational context to put them on the path of business agility.
Our next Center Stage podcast club brings together two of our most popular and provocative Center Stage leaders – Dr. Nancy Dixon and Dr. Madelyn Blair on building resilience and establishing deep learning when we are engaged in dialogue and trust. They will join PMI member and volunteer Tammy Ashraf, our Podcast Club moderator, for a provocative discussion.
In this installment of the Discover PMI – Ask Us Anything Series, we will provide an overview of PMI's Youth Initiative! Our world is evolving at an ever-increasing speed. Keeping up requires us to innovate and change more rapidly to find new solutions to burning issues, including strategies for empowering the next generation of youth to lead and conquer today’s challenges. So, how can a fresh perspective on youth help us to not only keep up with current demands but also bring us into the future faster, better? This webinar will explain PMI’s new perspective and the actions we are taking to embrace today’s young leaders—and how you can do the same.
Come explore how the draft standard along with the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition help guide project teams with flexibility when project environments are filled with uncertainty and ambiguity.