Adrian Pyne on episode 37 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

How can agility help remote and hybrid teams work better?

“How can agility help remote and hybrid teams work better?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Project expert and author Adrian Pyne explains how going Agile can help remote and hybrid teams to be more effective. Adrian unpacks the factors that make Agile especially well suited to distributed teams, including the collaborative behaviors that are built into agility and the level of trust required for it to work.

Adrian Pyne on episode 36 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

Is there really any such thing as Waterfall?

“How can using common terminology improve my project outcomes?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Michelle Bartonico explains how using a common vocabulary will help your project team to deliver better results faster. We discuss how vague terms cause ambiguity and delay, how to level set your team, and how often to revisit the question of terminology as people shuffle between tasks and teams.

Michelle Bartonico on episode 35 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

How do I work with difficult stakeholders?

“How can using common terminology improve my project outcomes?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Michelle Bartonico explains how using a common vocabulary will help your project team to deliver better results faster. We discuss how vague terms cause ambiguity and delay, how to level set your team, and how often to revisit the question of terminology as people shuffle between tasks and teams.

Gosia Podzorska on episode 34 of Appfire Presents: The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

What’s the difference between Scrumban and Kanban?

“What’s the difference between Scrumban and Kanban?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Appfire’s own Gosia Podzorska explains Scrumban vs. Kanban: The differences and similarities, when to use Scrumban, and the benefits of that approach.

Michelle Bartonico on episode 33 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

How can using common terminology improve my project outcomes?

“How can using common terminology improve my project outcomes?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Michelle Bartonico explains how using a common vocabulary will help your project team to deliver better results faster. We discuss how vague terms cause ambiguity and delay, how to level set your team, and how often to revisit the question of terminology as people shuffle between tasks and teams.

Adrian Pyne on episode 32 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

How do I avoid killing my own project?

“How do I avoid killing my own project?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Adrian Pyne joins Appfire’s Kerry O’Shea Gorgone to offer advice for keeping your projects alive. He also flips that idea on its head and shares tips for killing projects that take resources away from more strategic initiatives.

Dmitrii Ilenkov on The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire episode 31

How can peer review improve project outcomes?

“How can peer review can improve project outcomes?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Project management expert and P3express.com founder Dmitrii Ilenkov talks about peer review for project management. Like code review in software development and peer review for academic articles, project managers can use peer review to achieve better outcomes and improve knowledge sharing across the organization. In this episode, we discuss the why and the how of peer review.

Adrian Pyne on episode 30 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

How can I gain value from project agility?

“How can I gain value from project agility?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Adrian Pyne joins Appfire’s Kerry O’Shea Gorgone to explain how delivering value is at the heart of agile, and how the Agile Manifesto, designed for software development, works for other kinds of projects.

Adrian Pyne on episode. 29 of The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire

What are the 5 most expensive agile mistakes?

“What are the 5 most expensive agile mistakes?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Adrian Pyne explains the most dangerous (and costly) assumptions project management pros and organizations make about project agility.

Dmitrii Ilenkov on The BEST Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire episode 28

What are the Nearly Universal Principles of Projects (‘NUPP’)?

“What are the Nearly Universal Principles of Projects (‘NUPP’)?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Project management expert and P3express.com founder Dmitrii Ilenkov talks about NUPP—a set of project management principles compatible with all the major methodologies, including Scrum, PRINCE2®, PMBOK® Guide, P3.express, and XP.

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