Latest blogs from AXELOS

Workshop facilitation: a key skill of the agile project manager

  • 27 September 2018
  • Agile, Communication, PRINCE2, Project management, Skills, Value
What is a key difference between a traditional and an agile project manager?

Why project managers need to invest in developing essential skills and professional behaviours

  • 21 September 2018
  • Behaviour, Capabilities, Learning, Professional development, Project management, Skills
Technical competence is no longer enough to be a great project manager.

ITSM best-practice for delivering digital transformation

  • 17 September 2018
  • Benefits realization, Digital transformation, Governance, IT service management (ITSM), ITIL, Processes, Training
ITSM helps business deliver digital transformation as its approaches and operational processes support the technology change for organizations.

Mitigating the risk of poor planning in projects

  • 14 September 2018
  • PRINCE2, Project and programme delivery, Project and programme management (PPM), Project management, Project planning, Risk management
It is very common for organizations to ask project managers to deliver a plan for approval at short notice and this increases the risks for its...

How to survive project management for the non-project manager

  • 11 September 2018
  • Agile, Governance, PRINCE2, Project management, Project planning, Training
Many organizations don’t have the need for a dedicated project manager and will appoint someone from within the business to run projects on a...

Project managers and Agile: Five ways to make it work

  • 05 September 2018
  • Agile, PRINCE2, Processes, Project management, Roles, Skills
It may seem at odds with purist Agile thinking, but project managers are increasingly finding themselves allocated Agile projects.

Making ITSM agile

  • 03 September 2018
  • Agile, Customer needs, IT service management (ITSM), ITIL, Processes, Stakeholder engagement
Traditionally, ITSM has not been agile, but changes in software development have led to a re-think about the balance of control and agility.