As the departmental agendas brought in by new leadership continue to be outlined and implemented, this is the perfect time to learn about a few new tools to add to your program manager arsenal. Here you’ll find ideas and resources (complete with links that provide a deeper dive) to help you optimize your role in… Read more »
Learn the truth about 6 common PMP Exam myths.
How you can avoid knee-jerk reactions and become a strategic but agile project manager.
How to use emotional intelligence to be a better project manager.
Take these things into consideration when you are deciding whether or not to become PMP or Agile certified.
Read about this four step, high level method for project process tailoring that you can apply to your projects for the PMP exam
Agile promotes flexibility by allowing for shifting priorities at key points during the process, but maintains within itself some well-defined and established practices that should not be flexible. Agile is not an “anything goes” framework.
You, not the IT department, will make or break your project’s success.
The objective during this step is to explore how ideas might take form in the real world and be successful. It is about building to learn, making prototypes to understand how design solutions might work and testing to see how users experience them. Initial failure and repetition is part of the process and fundamental to… Read more »
Careful evaluation of each innovation concept is critical to finding out which concepts ones are the most promising and actually worth pursuing. The strengths and weaknesses of each concept need to be weighed against a set of defined criteria deemed important to the project. This step of the innovation process is about assessing concepts, combining… Read more »