The PMI has titled its 2018 Pulse of the Profession report: Success in Disruptive Times.
As with previous reports, Success in Disruptive Times is filled with fascinating data and valuable insights. And, as we have done with the 2016 and 2017 Pulse of the Profession reports, we will take a selective look at the aspects that catch our attention, and encourage you to read the full report for yourself.
You can download your copy of Success in Disruptive Times from the PMI’s website.
If you are interested in Project Management, you’ll doubtless like to read what’s going on in our profession. That’s where a good Project Management Survey can help. So we have scoured the web for the best recent surveys, so you don’t have to.
A ‘Project Management Survey’ survey, if you like!
The PMI® is introducing Agile into the 6th Edition of its Project Management Body of Knowledge, the PMBoK®. But there are still a lot of people who are uncertain about ‘What is Agile?’ and why it is important to project managers.
This is made worse because the word Agile has many different connotations. And many project managers still think it is something that only applies to software development. So, it doesn’t apply to them.
They are wrong.
So we invited Agile expert Chuck Cobb to take you through the basics. Chuck has authored three serious guides to Agile. These include the best-selling: ‘The Project Manager’s Guide to Mastering Agile‘ (US|UK). He also runs the Agile Project Management Academy, with a comprehensive range of online training.