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Raising the Bar with Agile

by Charlie Rudd

With an Agile approach to performance improvement, people are seen as the source of value, rather than the problem that needs fixing, and tools and processes are designed to free teams to perform the irreducible activities that only people working together can accomplish. Here are some best practices for aligning the needs of people, teams and organizations.

Ready, Set, Go...and Ready Again: Planning to Groom the Backlog

by Andy Berner

For an agile project to progress smoothly, the backlog must be groomed and ready for each sprint. That work must be included in your project plan. This article gives you five points to consider when planning that work.

Redefining Stakeholder Roles

by Bob Weinstein

A cost-cutting economy has changed every aspect of project management, affecting all the important participants--especially stakeholders. How do you manage the stakeholder balance and stay up-to-date with their ever-changing roles? Read on.

Redefining Stakeholders

by Jiwat Ram

To make life easier for project staff, we need to have more clarity around the question of who has a stake—and how much of a stake. Here the author presents a revised definition of the 21st century stakeholder.

Reflections on Building a Lasting Vendor/Client Relationship

by Carl Pritchard, Tom Tracz

Twenty years after their first encounter, a project management trainer (aka “the vendor”) and a consumer of that content (aka “the client”) take time to reflect on vendor/client alliances and their own relationship. (Spoiler alert: It’s all about the people!)

Regulatory Projects: 6 Best Practices

by Gary Hamilton Jon McGowan

New regulations and reforms in response to the economic crisis have spawned countless compliance projects across industries. For project managers, the stakes are high — and the stakeholders have the power of the law behind them. Here are six best practices for managing projects in a regulatory environment.

Remember: Users Are Real People

by Andy Jordan

When project teams are buried in the details of their work, it’s easy for them to forget that they are producing solutions for real people. PMs need to help them remember.

Repairing Broken Stakeholder Relationships

by Michael Wood

Professional relationships can become dysfunctional and even broken for a host of reasons, and it is imperative for project managers to recognize when relationships are going south—and to understand what they can do to repair them.

Replanning the Project in Motion

by Brad Egeland

We’ve all had projects that experienced bumps in the road. If you find yourself with major challenges, there are six key questions and actions to consider to make sure you’ve covered all of your bases.

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