The PMI Talent Triangle®
Companies are seeking added skills in leadership and business intelligence — competencies that can support longer-range strategic objectives that contribute to the bottom line.
The ideal skill set — the Talent Triangle — is a combination of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management expertise.
What this means to project and program talent — what this means to you — is a focus on developing the additional skills you need to meet the evolving demands on your profession. In doing so, it also means new opportunities to elevate your value as a strategic partner in business success.
Upcoming PDU Opportunity
A Better You: Personal Development Series by Neal Whitten
Technical PDUs: 0
Leadership PDUs: 11.5
Strategic & Business PDUs: 1.5
Are you looking to improve your skills in the workplace? This Neal Whitten bundle walks you through essential life lessons such as dealing with difficult people or maintaining that work-life-balance.
Includes 6-months access to each of the following courses:
- Dealing with Difficult People: 25 Tips to Stay in Control
- 25 Actions to Build Your Self-Confidence
- Self-Assessing and Improving Your Performance Maturity
- Effective Mentoring: Top 40 Q&As for a Successful Experience
Upcoming PMI Webinar
The Agile Enterprise: SAFe and the PMBOK® Guide – Using Scaled Agile in Non Software Projects
Date and Time: May 22, 2020 9:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is considered by some as the most suitable option to scale Agile from a software development team to a large program of work. Although presented as an Agile framework, SAFe includes many practices from Lean and ITIL, and it is considered by some agilists as too formal to be Agile: a re-branded ‘waterfall’. This webinar is an analysis of SAFe from a project, program, and portfolio delivery point of view. The webinar looks at the SAFe practices used before the publication of the Manifesto for Agile software development (Agile Manifesto), especially the Lean ones. The presenter will provide recommendations on how SAFe can be used in projects that are not software development related, in combination with the PMBOK® Guide, to provide Agility for ‘near perfect’ product development processes.