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Delivering Projects from Idea to Customer Using the Disciplined Agile Toolkit

by Klaus Boedker, Jenny Best

The Disciplined Agile (DA) toolkit is a superpower we all can tap into to make better decisions. From optimizing your agile teams to extending agility to the entire organization, the DA toolkit dramatically increases your ability to deliver value and delight your customers. This webinar centers on how to use the Disciplined Agile toolkit to deliver projects from the start of an idea to the finished product is in the hands of the customer.

Desigining E-Learning Programs


In conjunction with our e-learning articles, this presentation will help guide managers through the design of e-learning programs.

Destination Imagination and AI: How Project Mangement and AI are Building a Brighter Future

by Emily Weeks, Kris Beisel, Tim Swain, Johnny Wells

According to recent reports, Generative AI will have a drastic impact on not only what we work on, but how we work together – especially when it comes to project management. In fact, according to the 2023 PMI Annual Global Survey on Project Management, the top three ways project managers use AI are reporting (34%), decision support (33%), and communication (26%). So, what does this mean for the next generation and how can we help prepare them for the impact of AI on their personal and academic lives? Destination Imagination, a project-based student driven STEM program and partner of the PMI Educational Foundation, is focused on creating competitions that encourage students to think out of the box to solve the problems of tomorrow, today. Over the last few years, the organization has launched many compettions, including one with Lumen focused on how students could use AI to solve the problems of tomorrow.

Developing a Budget Crash Course


Developing a budget requires so much more than a hankering for creative accounting and a wish for funds. If you're a project manager, you live and die by your budget. Here's a crash course on what you should take into consideration when putting a realistic project budget together.

Developing Project Strategy


Ensure the success of your project by assigning the correct strategy and focus to it. This presentation will show you how.

Dispelling Myths About Scaling Agile Projects (slides)


The Agile scaling myth goes something like this: “Agile development works well for smaller projects, but doesn’t scale to larger ones.” Which raises questions like: “At what size does delivering value to customers fail to be important?” and “Can large organizations afford to be inflexible, rigid, and unresponsive?” The obvious answers to these questions are: customer value is always important, and agility is an imperative for organizations both large and small. How to achieve agility with larger projects is the relevant question.

Domain-Specific Languages and Acceptance Testing

by Scott Bain

Acceptance Testing is a process by which requirements are collaboratively turned into actionable and testable scenarios, enabling development. Various skills are required to make it an effective proess, one of which is the identification and definition of Domain-Specific Language elements, or DSLs. This webinar will examine the importance of this process and will show examples of creating such definitions. The material presented requires no technical expertise.


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