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Three Principles for Management in an Agile World

Written by Nathalie Brochstein  Today, the role of the manager is being replaced by that of the agile leader… I started my career as a passionate software developer, then I was promoted to manager of Engineering. Looking back honestly at the reasons I was chosen by upper management, I imagine them to be comprised of …

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The Six Pillars of Project Management – a Path for 2030

By Harold Kerzner, PhD and J. LeRoy Ward, PMP, PgMP, PfMP   Introduction For more than four decades, we have been fortunate to teach project management courses to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as to conduct seminars and webinars for practicing project and working professionals worldwide. Our greatest joy, as each session comes to a …

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Capture More Agility by Tailoring Practices

Maria’s Pain. “Experts say documents are wasteful. But we build medical devices. Those documents are how we pass compliance audits, never mind the rigor they foster to prevent tragic mistakes. ” A colleague explains the Purpose. “Remember, the emphasis of ‘working product over comprehensive documentation’ is to avoid distractions that waste time. I’m sure you …

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Key Themes at IIL’s 2020 Agile & Scrum Online Conference

Key Themes at IIL’s 2020 Agile & Scrum Online Conference By Sander Boeije June 4th, 2020 will mark the opening day of IIL’s 5th annual Agile & Scrum Online Conference. In the past years, this conference has grown into a community of agile enthusiasts, with participants coming from all over the world and all kinds …

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Pseudo Agile, Hyper Agile – Isn’t Plain Agile Enough?

By Dr. Willis H. Thomas, PMP, CPT This article discusses approaches that are being used by some organizations who are utilizing agile principles in an ad hoc fashion in an attempt to realize its benefits. It stresses the importance of agile maturity, which can be segmented in five stages: Familiarizing Emerging Embracing Applying Optimizing Project …

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