Tag: Project Managers

How Business Agile Can Increase the Effectiveness of Your Team

Introduction Agile not only transform an organization’s approach to software development, but also enterprise departmental functions, project management practices, and product development. To survive an ever-changing environment, creating more innovative, cross-functional, and multidisciplinary teams that generate growth and effective skill sets has become important across the entire organization. Taking an Agile approach can boost self-organization and also increase the effectiveness of employee...

Career Opportunities for PMP® Certified Professionals

Introduction A recent PwC survey states that certified PMP project managers handle more than three fourth of the high performing projects. Also, companies with more than one-third PMP certified managers have much better project success than companies which do not. What’s more? PMP is the fifth highest-paying certification in the year 2016. Sounds important enough? If it does, the following...

Benefits of Having a PMI Membership

Introduction A PMI membership signals that you are serious about your project management career. PMI’s goal is to advance the practice, science and profession of project management in a proactive manner. So that organizations everywhere will embrace, value and utilize project management and then attribute their successes.PMI membership shows your dedication to your project management career and your professional development....

PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITH SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

Introduction Project management software helps project managers and teams complete user requirements and manage budget, time, and scope constraints. However, with so many present options, choosing the right tool can be confusing, and people may not know just where to begin. Many small and medium-sized businesses over different industries are now using online project management software. This type of software uses...

What is the role of a Project Manager in Scrum Team?

In answer to your question about project managers, there is no project manager role in scrum. The duties of a project manager get split between the product owner, scrum master and the development team. Scrum Master vs. Project Manager: How are they different? Often, we come across these two words in industries – Scrum Master and Project Manager. Though, both...

Agile for Everybody: All Industries

Introduction Ever since its inception in 2001, the Agile Manifesto and the Agile project management methodology was thought of first and foremost, as a tool used by software companies to encourage/manage productivity. But what about non-IT, non-software companies? Shouldn’t they be able to gain efficiency and productivity using the best practices available? Of course, they should. There are several examples...

How to pick the best project management methodology for success

Choosing the right project management methodology is critical to your team’s ability to succeed, delivering the project on time and on budget. From Waterfall to Agile, or even Kanban, there are a large variety of project management methodologies and practices that can be utilized to maximize success. In this complete overview of project management methodologies, discover the steps needed to...

How to pick the best project management methodology for success

Introduction Project management can be defined as a method for developing structure in a complex project, where the independent variables of time, cost, resources, and human behaviour come together. Each project manager follows a methodology to accomplish difficult projects. As is generally said, ” Project management is like science”. Thus, project managers are like scientists, who try out different methods...

It’s not about the way you lead, it’s about how you lead!

How would you describe a strong leader? In a study, assertiveness, adaptability, intelligence, and conscientiousness were referred to as the most vital qualities of a leader. “Research clearly describes that transformational leaders — leaders who are positive, motivating, and who empower and develop followers—are better leaders,” explains psychologist and leadership master Ronald E. Riggio. “So, what would you be able...