It’s the first thing most project teams complain about. Project documentation. Nobody likes to do it, and it often is incomplete. The problem with this
Tag: Project Management
When I started as a Consultant many years ago, it opened my eyes to an entirely new way of working I was not familiar with.
My first experience working with OneNote was about 5 years ago at a large corporation. This company fell under Sarbanes-Oxley rules, and as such everything was in the public domain: meeting notes, invites, emails, everything. It was used by everybody and everybody felt it was a chore to use.
The Agile Calendar was built based on the Agile Manifesto (http://agilemanifesto.org/principles.html), and like the manifesto, contains 12 themes, or principals. Here I am going to go over some of the highlights. For a full view of the manifesto, and other questions you may have, I will be delivering a session called “What You Want to Know About Agile, But Are Afraid to Ask,” at our KTL User Conference 2016 in May at the Microsoft Center in Reston, Virginia, (tickets for the free event can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/11th-annual-user-conference-tickets-19015933168).
1. Risk Management Will Become A Buzzword Of 2016
With the increase in globalization in the project management industry, we are seeing projects impacted by the likes of industrialization, weather, and even terrorism on our day-to-day lives. With the growth of Agile, project managers can begin to leverage risk analysis and become more proactive in their responses. There are many tools to choose from in the market place, but the skilled professional will constantly sharpen their skills in order to prevent or leverage risk.