Reconciling Knowledge and Data Management with Agile Project Management – Brantley

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Abstract: One of the four tenets of the Agile Manifesto values working software over comprehensive documentation. This doesn’t mean that documentation is not necessary but, how can we reconcile the need for sufficient documentation with the just-enough-governance of the agile project?  In this presentation, I will describe where and when in the agile project that knowledge and data management can be reconciled with the agile principles. We will discuss how to use collaboration and documentation technology to create a lightweight and agile data and knowledge management framework.

PMI Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management


Business Agility – Let’s create a learning organization – Tripathi

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Abstract: Agility is not about how fast one can move. Rather, it is often a measure of one’s responsiveness for a change with a minimal adverse effect. In today’s complex world, a thriving organization must evolve to stay relevant and outlast its predators (aka competitors).

As such, performance and scalability go hand in hand to foster growth in most organizations. We explore the value of strategy execution to build an adaptive DNA in an organization. For a successful transformation, an organization needs to rely on few question to define its strategy and its execution.

Explore with us, Strategic Execution Framework, developed by the Stanford Advanced Project Management program. The Strategic Execution Framework is a reflection tool for organizations which seek to examine all the elements within that organization to establish whether projects and programmes are aligned with the organization’s overall strategy and goals, to ensure that critical initiatives achieve their intended results.

PMI Talent Triangle: Strategic and Business Management