We asked the project management community: What’s the wildest project surprise you’ve ever had to deal with?
What is a good Product Owner and am I the right person to fill in this role? If you have ever struggled with this question, you should propably keep reading.
The project manager is expected to be the main point of contact for getting up-to-date information and the latest inputs regarding the initiation, planning, execution, evaluation and closure of a project. And yet the wide role defined for a PM distorts its main goal: to efficiently manage a project through its costs and budget, its scope and quality, its times and deliverables.
Planning Poker® can be confusing to those who are just getting started with it. Here are some tips and hints to help.
Since the signing of the Agile Manifesto in 2001, the rush of many organizations to “become agile” has been reminiscent of the 1849 California gold rush. Sure, there were some who struck it rich, but the vast majority of neophyte miners experienced some level of disappointment in reaching their desired goals.
Agile and the internet of things are made for each other. By Priya Patra, PMP
Integrated program teams deliver value. By Eric Rebentisch
Product owners routinely face difficult challenges as they handle complex projects, which can vary widely depending on the product life cycle and its time line. Below are common challenges and strategies for handling them.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition is the latest version of this leading global resource for project managers.
The Project Management Professional (PMP)®, along with all PMI certifications, is driven by current practices in the profession. Because project management is evolving, so is the PMP exam.