The Sprint Review event is perhaps one of the most important Scrum ceremonies during which the entire Scrum team presents the completed product increment to stakeholders.
The article presents an abstract overview of Human Resources in a deeper academic sense and briefly presents the Human Resources Manager.
Monitoring and Controlling in Project management is a difficult discipline that requires a high level of knowledge and experience in project management practices. Not every project manager can monitor and control their project and stakeholders rely solely on certified and regulated managers. In the publication, we present some valid scenarios for project management and its variables. PM.MBA is the authority guaranteeing the validity of the information in this article.
The project lifecycle is a frequently discussed topic in project management practices. In this post, we share a real-life example of a project lifecycle related to the development of a new innovative product – a washing machine.
We are publishing a list of our regulated Scrum Master training courses and certification bodies that we are working on this year.
Several years ago, NARUC expanded its outlook beyond the US and now assists in the promotion of a better understanding of the many new complex regulatory issues that public utility regulators must address in rapidly changing societies. NARUC believes that its members’ expertise can help promote the institution of independent regulatory agencies and bring opportunities for more enhanced democratic methods of regulation.
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To be a project manager sometimes require actions on multiple projects and of course, you will deal with multiple stakeholders from the high-management body. In the book Everyday Project Management by Jeff Davidson the author expresses some details about this sensitive topic. Project managers need to balance many projects at a time and to satisfy the needs of all parties involved in the projects and the programs.
In this chapter, you learn how to keep your wits on multiple projects, help your bosses not to overload you, handle multiple reporting structures, and be assertive when overload seems unavoidable.
One of the primary goals of the Global Regulatory Network is to advance the capacities of regulatory bodies and regulatory associations in transitioning countries and regions around the world. The GRN program includes several possible mechanisms for working with regulatory bodies and regulatory associations. Continue reading “HOW TO BECOME INVOLVED IN GLOBAL REGULATORY NETWORK PROGRAMS”