The webinar, called 'The Digital Transformation Journey - How to Model a Business Strategy’, will focus on iServer 365, an SaaS modeling tool created by Orbus Software.
So why is it supposedly any more difficult to measure success in Agile projects? The easy answer is this: style.
Business consultant and ITIL author David Cannon will lead discussions on recent industry developments within IT and how organizations are responding.
However, the goalposts are starting to shift with the popularity of Agile. The non-traditional management approach alters the structure of planning and benefits realization significantly. It also decentralizes control, allowing team members to make decisions without requiring managerial oversight. This can all create an environment unfamiliar to your traditionally focused business analyst, making it more difficult for them to perform their role.
If your goal is to become a qualified risk management expert, you’ll need to take the M_o_R Foundation and Practitioner exams. We’ve prepared some tips to make sure you enter them ready to pass.
If you want to become a qualified AgilePgM practitioner, you’ll first need to pass the AgilePgM Foundation exam. We’ve prepared 7 top tips to make sure you enter the exams ready to pass and with a good understanding of AgilePgM.
Of course, there is no rule to say that you can’t utilize a framework like MSP while introducing Agile elements. As we already said, there are several similarities between MSP and AgilePgM that can make them compatible.
Anyone within a DevOps culture can claim the title regardless of their skills, so before you start looking for roles relating to the title, it is worth taking the time to define exactly what kind of position you are looking for.
The current version of TOGAF, TOGAF 9.2, was released back in 2018. Since then, the Open Group has made several updates to the TOGAF Library and has even addressed popular topics like digital transformation.
Regardless of the difficulty, complex change initiatives are happening far more frequently in businesses around the world. Risks and opportunities are appearing more often in today’s markets, and businesses with the capacity to undertake and sustain organizational change have the potential to enjoy major gains in terms of reputation and ROIs. Events like the COVID-19 pandemic have also stressed the need for embedded change management practices in case of unforeseen challenges.