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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.
When it comes to ‘project management’ and ‘program management’, organizations need to be aware that there are significant differences between them. The best practices, skills, and levels of experience required for project and program managers are distinct. In short, if a company wants to enjoy the full benefits of both, they must be aware of the differences between project and program management.
PRINCE2 practitioners often enjoy a much wider choice of jobs to apply for and will even earn more than non-certified colleagues, quickly answering the question: “Is PRINCE2 certification worth the cost?”
As is often the case with popular ways of doing things, both Agile and DevOps are often treated as buzzwords, typically by organizations that want to enjoy the benefits but do not understand what either approach entails, let alone whether they would make suitable choices. So, what is Agile? What is DevOps? How are they different, and how can they complement one another?
MSP 5th Edition is the latest edition of AXELOS’ world-class program management framework. What has changed? How has it been updated? Good e-Learning looks at everything you need to know about the new framework
There are differing ideas on what constitutes an ‘Agile framework’, not only between software and project management teams but also between organizations of different sizes, sectors, and so on. Because of this, whenever someone chooses to adopt Agile simply because of its prestige, it can be surprisingly easy to make a mistake.
One of the primary themes of AgileSHIFT is establishing a permanent culture of enterprise agility. As the last several years have shown, opportunities for change can appear constantly if you know how to look for them
Managers and executives need to keep stakeholders aware of what is going on and how it supports their individual priorities. They must also anticipate where stakeholder concerns may create conflict and, if necessary, how to achieve the best possible compromise.