The All Blacks are many people’s favourites to win the big rugby tournament currently taking place in Japan, but could applying PRINCE2 principles stop them?
Why should learning and training in portfolio, programme and project management (PPM) lead to certification?
Using Agile methods in project management is not about choosing either to go Agile or not; it’s more about how agile can we be on this project?
Cloud-based IT services have created a massive change in the traditional IT model, the way IT is delivered and the agility enabled as a result.
When I got my start in IT, I found myself in a service operation role without even knowing what it was!
Understanding the power of frequent product releases - typical in agile projects - needs some prior reflection on the more traditional approach to product release.
There is a growing trend for smaller companies to send their people to PRINCE2 training to support work they haven’t treated previously as projects.
Having a background in Agile-focused learning, certification and roles for more than 12 years, I previously had less interest in ITIL®.
Many professionals run projects without even realizing it. In my experience, there are generally two routes into this “unofficial” project manager role.
This paper explores the concept of experience level agreements (XLAs), explains how this is addressed in ITIL 4, and provides practical recommendations.