On this page we give you a small insight into our collected knowledge about project management. Here you will find exciting webinars, helpful expert tips and (hopefully soon) much more that will help you to keep track of your daily project work.
Whether it's the work breakdown structure, often referred to as the mother of all plans in classic project management, or the storymap, also known as the holy grail in the agile approach - in project management, the structured collection of the work to be done and processes within a project is seen as the basis for the successful completion of a project.
In our online session, we will show how a project team can quickly arrive at a structured representation of the essential project tasks with relatively little effort. We will also take a closer look at the reasons why work package planning is so often rejected, look at what can happen if you start without planning, and reveal tricks for convincing skeptics of its benefits after all. We even go one step further and show how - at least for many medium-sized projects - you can have a usable project plan at hand with just one more step.
(Note: The webinar is held in German.)
The speakers of the webinar - Dr. Ralph Kogelheide and Marcel Valentin - have already experienced in various constellations the typical reservations that project managers encounter in their role as mediators between classic and agile project worlds. In our online session, the two will go into the essential differences in action in more detail and show us which concrete approaches and tools can be used to deal with them as project managers. (Note: The webinar is held in German.)
In this webinar Julia von Bomsdorff will tell us how a SCRUM board, "Daily Stand-Ups", "Sprint Plannings" and "Storypoints" can be playfully integrated into home schooling and how mother and daughter dealt with it. For all those who would like to refresh or expand their knowledge of agile methods, Dr. Sophia Schubert explains the applied elements of agile methodology. (Note: the webinar is held in German.)
Regardless of the type of product or service a company offers, the value creation of a company is based on its service portfolio. In order to successfully adapt this portfolio of products and services to the requirements of the market and align it with the corporate strategy, the company must always choose the right projects, especially regarding the scarce resources available. Find out more about the utility value analysis, a method with which such decisions can be well prepared.
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