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Knowledge Shelf

by David Shaw, PMP June 1, 2017

Cloud computing and services are central to digital transformation. The cloud improves an organization’s agility to rapidly roll out new IT solutions to meet business needs. The cloud by its fundamental nature reflects an adaptive (agile or value-driven) approach to delivering products or services. How does that fit into the usual five-gate phases in IT project governance?

Leadership

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA May 30, 2017

Question: Okay, I’m not proud of how this project ended, but management is blaming me…me! There were lots of moving people and parts to this one, and we knew from the beginning it would be a challenge. But how do I react to the accusations? I want to be sure no one goes away thinking it was my fault, because I don’t think it is. What do I say so that the proper culprits will be blamed and my reputation comes out unscathed?

from Be Agile in all type and aspect of projects, risk construction. posted by Vincent Guerard on June 02, 2017

Project manager needs to make a decision. Some are more difficult than others. Many are not clearly understood. When to say yes? When to say no? And when to change the initial choice? See this a.

from Change, Agility and the Elusive ‘Typical Project’ posted by Julia Shumulinsky on June 02, 2017

It was the best of projects, it was the worst of projects, it was the age of empowerment, it was the age of hierarchy I had better stop before Charles Dickens* gets annoyed with me. Imagine.

from Emerging Technologies posted by Kevin Coleman on June 01, 2017

An interesting question has come up and I thought I would share. Non-attribution of course! Here it is. Did the Police Department in FL violate HIPAA when they disclosed (video.

from Project Management Central posted by Tam Nguyen on June 02, 2017

Can someone explain what is the meaning of Scrum Artifact.

from PM Network posted by Dan Goldfischer on June 02, 2017

We are in a disruptive era. A new era calls for new leaders leaders who are fast, informed and decisive. Are you one of those leaders, or do you aspire to be? June s PM Network, with its a.

from Project Management Central posted by Ed Tsyitee Jr on June 03, 2017

As job seeker, I have been noticing lately a lot of job descriptions for project coordinators. This a great thing, but upon further reading, it is more of an Administration/Executive Assistant role.

from Project Management Central posted by George Lewis on March 01, 2017

What’s The Difference Between Scrum & Kanban.

from Project Management Central posted by Tam Nguyen on June 04, 2017

Can someone explain what is the meaning of Project Scope.

Help Shape The Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structure

by PMI June 2, 2017

The Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structure was updated in 2006 and reaffirmed in 2011. Plans are now underway to update the practice standard to the third edition. If you have experience in work breakdown structure, you are invited to apply now for a seat on this committee.

by Brandon Evans June 1, 2017

As more organizations become agile, clear, real-time communication becomes increasingly important. Here are a few tips to keep in mind to ensure your communication remains effective a new fast-paced environment.

by David Shaw, PMP June 1, 2017

Cloud computing and services are central to digital transformation. The cloud improves an organization’s agility to rapidly roll out new IT solutions to meet business needs. The cloud by its fundamental nature reflects an adaptive (agile or value-driven) approach to delivering products or services. How does that fit into the usual five-gate phases in IT project governance?

by Alexis Devenin June 1, 2017

This is an exploration of the importance of first-cost estimates in engineering projects and how they are used to decide whether to go ahead with market studies and engineering development—or dismiss the project.

by Nima Bahrehdar June 1, 2017

The easiest solution is not always the best. It is more effective if you choose the best methodology for each single project based on its nature. Scrum doesn’t fit all projects’ needs. Kanban is another agile methodology that, believe it or not, works more smoothly for at least one type of project. But what type?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D. PMP May 30, 2017

As we are becoming more (excruciatingly?) aware, we live in a world of increased complexity. But just what does that mean, exactly? And in particular, what does it mean in the context of our projects?

by Greg Lewis May 30, 2017

Some baseline calculations become much more intricate when dealing with large projects, especially when fielding new technologies. But at the end of the day, the premise is the same. Is our project within scope, on schedule and within budgeted costs?

by Paul Visser May 30, 2017

We generally talk about managing projects that were sold to our customers. But how about the management of a presales project? Is that just like managing any other project? Do we have the same constraints? Is it less stressful?

by Patrick McBane

May 03, 2017 | 62:21 | Views: 3,350 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.82 / 7

If you have influence with at least one person – that makes you a leader. Becoming the leader you want to be is part of what we will look at during this session. We’ll supply the tools to establish, elevate, and sustain your leadership strategy as the #1 business priority and make it the #1 employee benefit in your organization. A culture of leadership does both.

by Luis Alberto Caceres Villota

May 03, 2017 | 60:35 | Views: 2,040 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.84 / 7

In this webinar, the author applies concepts of strategic planning, change management and soft skills development, to provide a practical approach to increase PMO’s value, helping to change perceptions such as “being a process cop”, to create a culture where the stakeholders understand the value of the project management and become evangelists of the best practices.