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Phillip George RefineM Springfield, Mo, USA
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Dave Prior Trainer/Consultant| LeadingAgile New York, Ny, USA
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NK Shrivastava CEO/Enterprise Agile Coach| RefineM & IBM Cary, Nc, USA
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Mastering the Role of Product Owner: Best Practices

by NK Shrivastava, Phillip George, Sarah Johnson
November 17, 2023 | 60:49 | Views: 14,177 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.50 / 5

As many organizations now incorporate Agile ways of working to manage projects, there are new roles to be filled. In Scrum, one of those roles is the Product Owner. Does your organization have an unclear role and responsibilities for your Product Owners? Are you a Product Owner who is looking for ways to be more effective and successful in your role? If so, this webinar is for you.

Managing Enterprise and Global Telecom Migration

by Abdulbaseer mohammed
February 28, 2023 | 59:08 | Views: 6,931 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.40 / 5

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.

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Save Time With Tools And Templates

Project Cost Estimator

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by Atul Deshmukh

This template can be used to estimate costs for a project based on Scrum iterations/sprints. This tool assumes basic knowledge of agile/Scrum. The template is divided into three spreadsheets: Overview (detailed explanation of the template and usage), Estimator (calculations required for obtaining project cost estimates) and Data (look up data used in the estimator worksheet).

The State of Scrum

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by ProjectsatWork.com

Scrum has been at the forefront of a revolution in how software is developed and deployed. Who is using it? How? And why? In this exclusive 48-page report from ProjectsAtWork, Scrum Alliance and ProjectManagement.com, 500 professionals share their answers.

Distributed Agile Teams

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by ProjectsatWork.com

This 19-slide deck is a companion piece to the Agile Distributed Teams research report from ProjectsAtWork. It is designed to help you leverage the report's key findings and recommendations to achieve the benefits of working with distributed agile teams in your organization.

Scrum of Scrums Meeting Template

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by Marcia Nathan

The purpose of the Scrum of Scrums is to synchronize projects that are interdependent upon one another and to discuss any roadblocks, impacts and mitigation strategies. Use this simple PowerPoint deck to track project progress and roadblocks.

Learn From Others

From Red to Green: How a PM Quickly Resolved Escalations

by Gokul Kolipaka

Read how one PM used systematic problem-solving techniques to visualize, categorize and analyze problems and find underlying root causes—leading a project from red to green status in four weeks. This article suggests that a systematic approach to problem-solving can assist leaders in understanding problems and devising plans to resolve them promptly.

Holding a Retrospective During Crisis: Lessons From Ukraine

by Anna Yakubova

Holding a retrospective during a crisis is a completely different process than it is during less stressful times. As a PM, you should be aware of the appropriate methods to use when this happens. A practitioner from Ukraine shares her experiences.

8 Agile Do's & Don'ts to Achieve Project Success

by Michael Wood

Are you a stickler for "agile rules" when using agile project management? Don't be! That's just one of the lessons this practitioner has learned over the years through hands-on experience succeeding—and failing—while working on agile efforts.

Will the Scrum Master Evolve?

by Andy Jordan

Scrum masters and project managers can form a formidable leadership team on agile initiatives. But how does that relationship and scrum master’s role evolve in a hybrid environment? For one, more attention to coaching and less to process.

Get More from Sprint Planning

by Bart Gerardi

Sprint planning is an important part of the agile process, but too often it’s treated as a perfunctory step to simply add stories to the upcoming sprint. Instead, teams should include goals, value and uncertainty in the discussion—and get much more out of it.

Topic Teasers Vol. 143: Working With Mixed Process Teams

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

Question: I am going to head a team on a large, corporate project that will involve multiple teams. The problem is that we are not all going to be using the same methods of project management, and I am concerned about how we will be able to work together if we are not all following the same processes. Is it possible for various parts of the organization to work in different ways and still produce a good product?

Choosing the Right IT Project Methodology: Lessons From History

by Kim Fawcett

Prototyping, scrum, SAFE, kanban...it's easy to get confused these days. Here we walk through some of the main project methodologies used for IT projects today and give a little history of each—with some recommendations for when each methodology might be most appropriate.

Topic Teasers Vol. 141: How to Blend Hybrid Teams

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

Question: Even as we begin to emerge from the challenges of the past year, it is becoming obvious that things will never go back to exactly how they were in the past. My company wants me to use more agile approaches, along with our past predictive ones, to make us more flexible. But while I agree in concept, I’m not too sure how this would work in practice. Any suggestions?

The Daily Scrum: Yay or Nay?

by Xavier Lescalier

Does the Daily Scrum help your team grow, or do they waste time? Here is some insight on the importance of holding Daily Scrums—and how you can actually use them as a tool for team cohesion.

The Hungry Man Parable

by Rich Mironov

In agile product development, we try to work on fewer things and stick with them until we finish. Rapid priority shifts are expensive and demoralizing. But that’s not always clear on the go-to-market side, so we need stories like the Hungry Man Parable to build better understanding.

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