This video presents the IAMCP partners’ project of implementing Microsoft Teams as a lifelong social learning tool.
The partners – PE Dintsis and Specialist CCT (Gold Learning Partner) implemented the Teams for various types of virtual and blended learning.
The benefits include: collaboration improvement, decrease of license fees, and increase of students’ NPS.
Any solution becomes a “PRODUCT” when it deliver benefits.
PMI (Project management institute) issued the “Benefit Realization management” Guide. It contains guides and practices for benefit management at different levels: in project, program and portfolio management.
The Guide is available free of charge for a limited time period at the PMI website.
Microsoft is one of the leaders along with Trello, Citrix, Wrike and others.
The first module of the Software requirements training .
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The training leas You for a full journey from identifying stakeholders, collecting their requirements, expectations, and constraints to balancing requiremebts in a business vs technical requirements matrix; creating prototypes, UML models, and, finally, the SRS document – Software requirements specification.
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Microsoft(r) presented new features – Scrum Sprints and Kanban board in the Microsoft Project. The features are available in Microsoft Project Online Desktop client. There are no current plans to add them to a standard Microsoft Project(r).
Proof links: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/projectsupport/2017/10/30/project-goes-agile/ , https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/projectsupport/2017/10/30/project-goes-agile/
The new features are integrated with usual Project functionality, which make them valuable for virtual teams, large-scaled projects, and start-up teams and developers.
“Created in partnership with Agile Alliance®, the Agile Practice Guide* provides tools, situational guidelines and an understanding of the various agile approaches available to enable better results. It is especially useful for those project managers accustomed to a more traditional environment to adapt to a more agile approach.”
Download at www.pmi.org
Why well-organized, equipped, and managed projects fail? Murphy law? Psychological factors? Attention to details?
I recommend a very useful webinar: https://www.projectmanagement.com/videos/396187/Why-do-projects-fail–Murphy-s-law-