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Let’s face it. It’s relatively easy to teach technical skills or business functions. What’s more difficult to teach are natural strengths. One strength is the
How do we ensure the organization is working toward the good of the customer as opposed to the good of their political status in the organization or their department?
Ongoing planning, active engagement, empowered teams, and heavy collaboration are not only key components of an agile mindset; they’re paramount to achieving good strategy execution.
A recent CIO article from Hakan Altinepe, titled “Product Funding and the Burden of Agility” explores the differences between traditional project-based funding and Agile “product-based” funding…
When I talk to certain people about resource capacity planning (you know who you are), their mind immediately goes to technology resources, not people.
It was with great interest that I read a recent article in the UK-based Project Manager Today about… well… project managers tomorrow. Specifically it was about “how project management roles might change in the future.”