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Upcoming Webinars

Agile Portfolio Management: Transforming Business Strategies into Client-Centric Outcomes

Mar 25, 2024 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
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This webinar will provide project managers with valuable insights into how this methodology can foster adaptability, collaboration, and strategic alignment within their project portfolios by examining the nuances of Agile portfolio management. The overarching goal is to equip project management professionals with a nuanced understanding of Agile portfolio management, empowering them to make informed decisions that resonate with the ever-evolving demands of the contemporary project landscape.

Great Meetings Build Great Teams - A Guide for PMs and Agilists

Apr 1, 2024 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
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Meetings are a necessary part of every project manager’s (and agilists’) day. However, as important as these events are (yes, meetings are events!), they are frequently poorly run and leave both meeting leaders and attendees dissatisfied. This can be detrimental to the project because of inherent miscommunication or non-communication, to say nothing of the reputation of the project leader. In this session, attendees will learn the fundamentals of good meeting management starting with having a good agenda to being “large and in charge” to dealing with meeting goblins – those nasty personalities that sometimes emerge during meetings. The increasing role of AI in meeting facilitation will also be discussed.

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Value Stream Mapping

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In the realm of project management, efficiency and optimization are the cornerstones for success. One method that has significantly contributed to enhancing processes and identifying areas for improvement is Value Stream Mapping (VSM). Learn how to apply Value Stream Mapping in your projects in this webinar.

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The Reluctant Agilist

by Dave Prior

Podcasts and blog posts to help you manage the challenge of transitioning from traditional project management to Agile. Dave Prior celebrates success, embraces the learning that comes from failure, and digs deep on topics you need to be up to speed on.

Disciplined Agile Applied

by Scott Ambler

This blog explores pragmatic agile and lean strategies for enterprise-class contexts.

Manifesting Business Agility

by Al Shalloway

This blog concerns itself with organizations moving to business agility—the quick realization of value predictably and sustainably, and with high quality. It includes all aspects of this—from the business stakeholders through ops and support. Topics will be far-reaching but will mostly discuss FLEX, Flow, Lean-Thinking, Lean-Management, Theory of Constraints, Systems Thinking, Test-First and Agile.

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'Agile My Life' Workbook

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You may be the most brilliant project manager out there, but it doesn't count for much if it comes at the expense of everything else. You are more likely to establish a sustainable, long-term PM career when you can balance your life with your work. This workbook allows you to leverage agile principles to do that. Use in conjunction with the Agile Your Life webinar.

Software Project Tracking Template

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by Ahamed Sajid

This simple tracker for software projects logs project status, review summaries, and important events. The sheet maintains resource utilization cost and completion percentages, ensuring that projects are within budget. The simplicity of the presentation helps the template be easily presented to higher management.

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Requirements in Agile

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by Joy Beatty Candase Hokanson

When companies move to an agile Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC), they often remove the processes and analysis of their waterfall SDLC because, as the Agile Manifesto puts it, “They value individual and interactions over processes and tools.” Some of the rigor should be removed – waterfall processes can get bogged down with gates and sign-offs. However, caution must be exercised to not go too far against processes and analysis and rely just upon backlogs and user stories. Requirements and the analysis that leads to those requirements are just as essential in an agile project as they are in a waterfall project. The difference lies in how much requirements analysis is completed and the timing of it.

Mastering Agility and Agile in Modern Project Management

by Antonio Nieto

The terms "agility" and "agile" are often misunderstood and sometimes used interchangeably, causing confusion. This article seeks to demystify these concepts—and demonstrate how they can be harnessed to elevate the art of project management to a new level.

Reconciling Blockchain Immutability With Continuous Agile Change

by Antonio Ferraioli

This article explores the synergy between the immutable nature of blockchain technology and the inherent adaptability within the agile approach. We will discuss strategies for managing blockchain projects in agile environments—while maintaining the technology's integrity and embracing the culture of change.

Agile Superpower #1: Focus on Collaborative Teamwork

by Johanna Rothman

Agile teams have all kinds of ways to deliver value faster. But every team has one superpower at its disposal for faster value creation and delivery: collaboration. Read about three options at your disposal.

3 Themes Shaping Tomorrow’s Project Environment

by Mike Griffiths

It's a great time to be a project manager as our profession undergoes a massive shift—if we engage. From AI to hybrid approaches to a distributed workforce, PMs and organizations of today need to be ready for vast changes tomorrow.

The Hidden Dangers of Too Much WIP

by Bart Gerardi

Too much work in progress present obvious problems to agile teams, but there are also issues that go beyond efficiency or productivity. Too much WIP can be a symptom of a team struggling to prioritize, it can impede collaboration, and thwart a team’s ability to swarm on a task.

An Agile World Is A Better World

by Andy Jordan

There are many concepts fundamental to Agile that could be applied n environments outside the realm of projects and project management. Concepts like iterating solutions and self-organizing teams are tools that can help make a better world.

Topic Teasers Vol. 164: WoW Can Reduce Negative Investments

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: I have barely recovered from switching to agile, and now there is a new approach to projects: WoW, or “Ways of Working.” Is this really an advantage, or is this just another way to keep us constantly disrupted in the way we do projects? With all of the confusion and turmoil brought about by the pandemic, do we really need yet another change in the way we do projects?

9 Ways to Foster Outcome-Focused, Process-Driven Teams

by Michael Wood

There are two main approaches to achieving success that teams take: outcome focused, and process driven. While both can be effective, a combined model positions project teams better equipped to deliver success.


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