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    Project Managers Must Adopt Agile or Become Obsolete

    In a linear approach, a project managers’ role requires a balance of command and control to achieve results. However, the agile methodology promotes a more facilitative mindset for the managers. With the agile mindset becoming a standard norm, traditional project management tools, including the Gantt chart, are unnecessary. In this article at Harvard Business Review, Jeff Gothelf provides insights into…

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    Observe 6 Attributes of an Effective Project Manager

    Some project leaders are far more effective than their peers. What could be the reason for their success? Are they making additional efforts to keep their teams organized or pleasing stakeholders better than the rest? The reason for their success is their understanding of the subject. Project management demands the commitment to deliver high-quality tasks, innovative ideas, strategic progress, and…

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    As long as they are…

    As long as they are well-intentioned, mistakes are not a matter for shame, but for learning. -Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker The post As long as they are… appeared first on AITS CAI’s Accelerating IT Success.

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    ITSM Transformation—From Remote Working to Anywhere

    Work from home has changed business and IT operations. The conventional IT service management teams have adapted automated tools to serve their target consumers better. The remote workforce has at-home working facilities and IT support to work from anywhere. In this article at ITSM.tools, Stephen Mann explains how IT service teams are incorporating a hybrid working model to suffice the…

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    Support Mechanism for Improved Employee Connection

    Virtual meetings have replaced one-on-one interactions right from the beginning of the global lockdown. However, there is a constant risk of disconnect among newly appointed employees. In this article at Gartner, Mary Baker suggests great ideas to create employee bonding without virtual meetings. It is the responsibility of leaders to explore agile options to support employees working from distributed locations.…

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    As long as they are…

    As long as they are well-intentioned, mistakes are not a matter for shame, but for learning. -Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker The post As long as they are… appeared first on AITS CAI’s Accelerating IT Success.

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  • 24M

    Support Mechanism for Improved Employee Connection

    Virtual meetings have replaced one-on-one interactions right from the beginning of the global lockdown. However, there is a constant risk of disconnect among newly appointed employees. In this article at Gartner, Mary Baker suggests great ideas to create employee bonding without virtual meetings. It is the responsibility of leaders to explore agile options to support employees working from distributed locations.…

    Read More »
  • 24M

    ITSM Transformation—From Remote Working to Anywhere

    Work from home has changed business and IT operations. The conventional IT service management teams have adapted automated tools to serve their target consumers better. The remote workforce has at-home working facilities and IT support to work from anywhere. In this article at ITSM.tools, Stephen Mann explains how IT service teams are incorporating a hybrid working model to suffice the…

    Read More »
  • 24M

    Project Managers Must Adopt Agile or Become Obsolete

    In a linear approach, a project managers’ role requires a balance of command and control to achieve results. However, the agile methodology promotes a more facilitative mindset for the managers. With the agile mindset becoming a standard norm, traditional project management tools, including the Gantt chart, are unnecessary. In this article at Harvard Business Review, Jeff Gothelf provides insights into…

    Read More »
  • 24M

    Observe 6 Attributes of an Effective Project Manager

    Some project leaders are far more effective than their peers. What could be the reason for their success? Are they making additional efforts to keep their teams organized or pleasing stakeholders better than the rest? The reason for their success is their understanding of the subject. Project management demands the commitment to deliver high-quality tasks, innovative ideas, strategic progress, and…

    Read More »
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