Adaptive Learning: The Next Generation (of Learning)

At a conference earlier this year, one of my Learning and Development idols, JD Dillon, said something along the lines of, “In L&D, we are notoriously bad at defining our own terms.” When he said that to an auditorium of a hundred or so of us, I wanted desperately to shout, “Amen, brother!” but it […]
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The Fallacy of Project Management

The Great Project Management Myth There is a fallacy in the project management sector that an initiative’s success or failure boils down to processes. However, PRINCE2 and other contemporary process management frameworks are only tools in a project manager’s toolkit. The reality is that process must be aligned with talent, culture and creativity to put […]
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Project Management Without Borders

3 Skills That Extend Across Methodologies Agile, scrum, Six Sigma teams can be built on a wide range of project management methodologies, and many organizations can become so entrenched in how they operate that project leaders end up with highly specific skills that may not be applicable to other strategies. This can be problematic on […]
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Seven Steps to a Successful Project Start Up

One of the greatest temptations in any project is to stop analyzing and planning the project and just get on with the “real” work of creating the products. Wasting time with unnecessary analysis is of course a bad thing, but rushing into the work can actually turn out to be a false economy, leading to […]
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The Case for ITIL® 4

By Chris Littlewood FLPI MBCS ITIL Expert The ITIL v3 framework you are probably accustomed to was created in 2007. In February 2019, AXELOS introduced ITIL 4. The question may arise for some… Why should I care about the ITIL 4 update? If your organization has been functioning happily with ITIL v3, why should you […]
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