Jacqueline Riphenburg is a former CPED program participant. She will join the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development as an instructor for Project Management Essentials in fall 2021.
In the webinar Four Approaches to Scaling Agile, author and instructor Shawn Belling shared how you can assess where you currently are and where you’ll need to go as you further adopt Agile.
Process models and use cases are two interactive business analysis tools that can help teams build easy-to-use, high-performing systems and more effectively communicate. CPED As a project manager, pleasing stakeholders and making a project successful are often your main objectives, but getting there isn’t always a straightforward path. Process models and use cases are two interactive business analysis tools that can help teams build easy-to-use, high-performing systems and more effectively communicate. Learning techniques to solve complex problems could save you time, money, resources, and maybe a few headaches. Developing Process Models and Use Cases (Online) instructor Joe Goss has written several articles to help you learn the basics of these tools.
Agile project management can help project teams stay on track and be successful. During times of continual change, Agile project management can help project teams stay on track and be successful. Agile was created to embrace change and bring rapid value to your organization. Before you can implement the Agile methodology in your organization, you’ll need to gain organizational alignment in these four areas.
Agile methodologies – regardless of a company’s industry – can help create rapid value for your organization. Watch this webinar recording to learn more.
Selecting a methodology is the first decision that needs to be made prior to kicking off any project. The 10-minute webinar below will help you quickly determine which project management methodology will set your project up for success.
What exactly is the difference between the Agile and phase-based project management frameworks? Is one approach more effective than the other? In some ways, this is the question when discussing project management.
It is important for scrum masters, product owners, and teams not to outsmart themselves when developing their relative sizing scales. Effective Agile teams must develop a simple, repeatable scale for feature-level sizing and story point estimating.
Agile can help your team get a good start on developing use cases or process flows.