Waterfall methodology is part of the linear, scope-driven lifecycles family of approaches. As it is the manifestation of the command-and-control organization, it is highly prescriptive. Almost all organizations using the methodology have a similar set of processes, mostly based on the PMBOK (more on that later).
A PMO creates value when, and only when, it enables educated, fact-based decisions regarding resource allocation across projects, programs, and portfolios. If, subsequent to one year of inception, the PMO cannot provide an up-to-date, accurate view of resource allocation, then it has failed in the single most important role that a PMO has in the organization.
"Must listen for understanding agile in org"
Proven professional advice for the Agile Scrum: The Agile Product Owner Updated and Advanced Edition Launching Agile and SCRUM - the product owner as a change agent Trust as a key differentiator in project and portfolio success
"started out ambitiously. faded and failed at end"
The ongoing challenges of creating the magical bond between team members in small and big endeavors can be elusive. What more, in the last few decades it has become increasingly challenging, since we have been moving from emphasis on social skills and communities to technical and managerial skills, as a result the lore concerning the magic of teams has been lost. Leadership: Building Highly Effective Teams, provides you with the much needed practical advice on how to create an effective collaborative team environment.
"Leadership of virtual teams - great practices"
Influence and Lead is a surefire field guide for individuals and teams, genuine and proven! Do you know whom to address in an important presentation? Do you talk back at the people sitting in the last rows? I am sure you do! Is it a mistake? Listen to this audiobook and know the answer!
"Great practical ideas for leadership"
We think that we fail in decisions because of our own faults. In Business Decisions: D - Side Practical Decision Making Business Guide, we see this is not the case. Many recent popular science books have gleefully shown how irrational we are in making decisions. However, that is not the main reason why we fail in our decisions. The real challenge is our failure to grasp the complexity in most everyday life problems.
Are you tired of not getting your message across? Are you not being heard by the people in your life? Does your boss ignore you and your spouse disregard what you think? Then this practical audiobook is the guide for you. It will enable you to change how you interact with others and teach you to positively influence and lead everyone around you in a non-manipulative way.
"Excellent ideas for influence through body lang"
Want to know how to market the impossible twice effectively? Stephen Covey (seven habits of highly effective people) communicates with a simple, but effective model to change how people operate. I have revealed this powerful secret of the process and where the model fits.
"more of a summary then new insights."
Project Management: Influence and Leadership includes three proven fundamentals to unlock the secrets of leadership, influence, and stakeholder communication management! Imagine that you master the magic of influence and are able to successfully lead and manage stakeholders. Imagine that you have a clear path of how to accomplish it.
"Waste of a credit!"
This amazing practical book will help you uncover the magic of powerful teams. Creating a strong bond between team members can be elusive, whether in small or large endeavors, at work or in your personal life. But in Effective teams: Six Secrets of Powerful Teams, team management expert Michael Nir will strip away the mystery and teach you concrete methods that make team management easier for you and more rewarding for everyone concerned.
"Short and sweet"
"After Blast, New Yorkers Examine Themselves for Psychological Shrapnel" is from the September 18, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by Michael Wilson, Samantha Schmidt and Sarah Maslin Nir and narrated by Caroline Miller.