Business Planning Theory
A business planning process is critical to a company’s success.A plan can either provide stability and prosperity to a company or drastically worsen its state. In this course, part of the Business Planning Series, you’ll learn the fundamental elements of a successful plan, how plotting the degree of planning against the complexity of the business environment can indicate the amount of planning you’ll need to succeed, and how to set planning goals based on the life stage of your organization.
Agile Project Management: 15: Soft Skills and Servant Leadership in Agile Projects
This course looks at the “soft skills” expected of an Agile project manager and the qualities that will make the manager stand out as an effective leader. The first half of the course covers topics that are more specific to the workplace, such as projecting the product’s vision, buy-in and negotiation, servant leadership and the PMI Code of Conduct.
Agile Project Management: 02: Traditional vs. Agile Project Management
What is Agile project management to be exact? This course clearly explains the key differences between Agile and more traditional project management approaches. It uses the example of a phone development project to demonstrate how and when the Agile method can be beneficial. It also touches on some of the pitfalls of the management style and discusses when it may be best to employ a different approach.