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The Zombie PMO Outbreak [Infographic]

Warning! The Zombie-PMO apocalypse is here. Executives are expecting more from PMOs than ever. They must drive digital transformation and fuel growth strategies by delivering complex programs across the organization at speed. But there…

Collaboration in Construction Project Management

As a project manager in the construction industry, you must be able to track multiple deadlines and manage the inevitable changes in the field—it’s like a complex puzzle with numerous moving parts. On top of that, the stakes are high. One…

3 Steps to Become the PMO for the Agile Enterprise

The end of the traditional Project Portfolio Management (PPM) world is near. It has been predicted that agile programs and product management will replace project management as the dominant approach for effective enterprise change and…

5 Ways to Become Agile: A Summary

As we finalize our six-part blog series on how to become agile, let’s take a look back at the previous five blogs and provide you with a brief summary of their key points. Throughout this series, we’ve discussed the five ways to become agile,…

Innovation Management at Work: Real-World Use Cases

Global companies waste at least $100 billion dollars per year on innovation, according to an article in MIT Sloan Management Review. Somewhere between idea and implementation exist numerous points of failure. One of these is on the front…

Reflections from Agile 2019: The Perfect Agile Imperfectionist

Another Agile show is in the books. Agile 2019 wrapped last week, and it was nothing short of awesome! The conference was full of great speakers, conversations, and partners as well as great competitors and old friends. Each day brought a new…

Shift Happens – 3 Key Takeaways from Agile 2019

The Agile 2019 conference confirmed that the community energy around Agile, as a better way of working, has not wavered. The positive vibe was palpable throughout the conference, as I overheard and took part in conversations around scaling…

Experience the Scaled Agile Difference

This is the third installment in a series of posts about the benefits of scaled Agile. If you haven’t read the first two posts, click through the links below to catch up on anything you missed: Part 1: 3 Key Shifts Necessary for Scaling Agile…