Fundamental to the application of Agile and Lean is the empowerment of teams and individuals. Many want empowerment within their organization.
Organizations are adding a new type of manager to improve final outcomes. By Natasha Fontana, PMP
November 7th 2017, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland released an update to the Scrum Guide. The Scrum Guide is the definitive definition of Scrum, authored by Ken and Jeff, the creators of Scrum.
DevOps is taking off—and for good reason. By Priya Patra, PMP
Organizations implement portfolio management for many reasons. Some are looking for great returns, others want to focus on delivery, while some just seek to bring control to an ever-spreading range of projects.
Creativity isn’t just a talent you’re born with. Here are four tips to see projects from new angles.
Perhaps—like 500,000-plus other people—you have some form of Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) credential and are looking to distinguish yourself and continue your learning journey. Of course, learning is not tied to credentials; many people are anti-certification, and that is an understandable choice. I encourage lifelong learning separate from credentials. However, for credential seekers, this article explores some common credential pathways beyond the CSM.
Here’s how a project management office can minimize stakeholder backlash when projects are killed. By Abid Mustafa
This article dives one layer deeper to discover the process changes in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition.
We asked the project management community: How do you get new team members up to speed midproject?