Sustainable project management goes beyond positive environmental, social and economic project outcomes and includes sustainable methods, tools and techniques in the delivery of the project. In this article we explore how sustainability can be embedded at every stage of the project and what you can do to uplift capability in this increasingly critical area.
Interested in taking the Leading SAFe® 6.0 course, or already enrolled to take the exam and become a certified SAFe® Agilist (SA)? Here’s the lowdown on what to expect as well as expert tips on how to prepare for and ace the exam.
Planning Increment (PI) planning is a foundational event for the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®); it requires regular collaborative alignment between teams and stakeholders. PM-Partners Agile Learning Consultant and Facilitator Quinn Dodsworth explains what to expect and how to prepare for your first PI planning event, whether you’re an agile team member, release train engineer or
Planning Interval (PI) planning is a fundamental practice that underpins the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), improving the alignment of stakeholders and teams (Agile Release Train) to a shared vision and mission. In this guide, Quinn Dodsworth, Agile Learning Consultant and Facilitator at PM-Partners, explains what PI planning entails and how it can benefit your agile
Like any other agile tool, the success of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) lies in its alignment with both the users’ needs and the overarching organisational culture. Here Darryl Wright, Enterprise Agile Coach and PM-Partners Training Facilitator, discusses how agile coaches and leaders can better assess if and when SAFe fits into their context.
Contrary to popular opinion, DevOps and ITIL 4 are not mutually exclusive but can complement one another to deliver enhanced business value. Senior Consultant and Facilitator Stephen Howard explains what this relationship looks like, the benefits it brings and how organisations can approach the implementation process.
As awareness grows of the advantages of implementing agile project management into organisations, the training market is becoming increasingly saturated with agile certifications. Here Jourdan Clark, Professional Development Manager at PM-Partners, explores how certification can benefit you and your team and what to consider when choosing a course. In today’s highly competitive job market, any
Project planning is one of the foundational skills of project management and a key indicator of project success. Make sure you have these project planning fundamentals covered.
The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) helps organisations implement lean-agile practices at an enterprise level. Its 10 core principles should be the foundation of your scaled agile approach. Find out more about these principles and how they can contribute to your agile implementation.
Finding it hard to navigating the ever-changing delivery landscape? Learn how to combine your existing BA skills with new agile approaches to deliver the right tools and techniques to satisfy a range of needs.