Project and Agile/Scrum managers have more executive support, trust, and flexible methodologies. Now they are in a great position to jump into continuous process improvement.
SAP chooses Pie for their new SAP Store partner pilot. This introduces a new no-hassle review and purchase process for the SAP customers and the global enterprise market.
Using a visual project management approach can be a better option for help team members and stakeholders better grasp complex projects.
New features include lost internet connection indicator, modal project description popup, new baseline dates view, successor link indicator, and other features plus fixes.
This part 2 of a 3-part series talks about why 70% of projects fail. We discuss the challenges and root causes for project failure.
The Standish Group 2015 CHAOS Report showed that out of all projects, 71% failed to meet these three criteria: on time, on budget, and satisfactory results. What about your projects?
We've improved the way you can view assigned people's step-level timesheet entry. Now, if more than one team member is assigned to a step, the timesheet will list everyone's time entry.
In my last blog called Task versus Step, I talked about how a set of steps collaborating together is more powerful than a list of tasks without context. Today, I will share my beliefs that we can improve project and program portfolio results with visualizing and executing good processes. Let's think about how our brain works...
We all deal with daily tasks, such as preparing for a meeting or creating a deliverable. The problem is that the word "task" is too finite or individualistic. What if our tasks are related to each other? Should we care? Maybe we don't if our only objective is to knock them off our list. But, what if we want to get someplace or deliver something great? Read how "steps" are more important than "tasks", and may keep you out of trouble.