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PPM & Agile: Redefining Planning & Execution

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  • Business Outcome Management – The Undervalued Business Priority
    Business Outcome Management – The Undervalued Business Priority Andy Jordan, Roffensian Consulting Inc. and Jim Tisch, CA Product Marketing Recorded: Jun 14 2018 54 mins
    It’s not enough to say you are focused on achieving business outcomes, you have to actually run your business that way

    There has been a lot of focus recently on shifting the focus of portfolio management from project outputs to business outcomes. It’s an important evolution, but how do organizations achieve it? In this webinar industry expert Andy Jordan and CA’s Jim Tisch discuss the concept of business outcome management, exploring the following key areas:

    •The challenge of managing outcomes when there are so many unknowns
    •Elements of business outcome management
    •Integrating business outcomes with the organization

    Andy and Jim will not only explain how business outcome management works, and why it’s crucial, they’ll provide attendees with practical tools to begin improving the quality of outcome management in their own businesses. Don’t miss the opportunity to kick start your strategic performance, sign up today!
  • Time Management for Better Cost Oversight
    Time Management for Better Cost Oversight Shannon Thoke, Director of CA Recorded: Jun 14 2018 31 mins
    Often, time management is seen as “big brother” to individual contributors. However, the information gathered from time entry provides valuable cost oversight to an organization. Not only can accurate time capture help to ensure accurate cost tracking, but it can assist in capitalizing work and creating innovation tax credits to help an organization’s bottom line. This session will show company’s how to accurately capture timesheets and use this information from a financial perspective.
  • PPM Community Webcast Team Work on Task Boards
    PPM Community Webcast Team Work on Task Boards Michelle Templeton, Sr Principal Consultant, (CA) and Steve Judge, Principal, Business Development (CA) Recorded: Jun 13 2018 25 mins
    CA PPM Task Boards enable you to create a visual task list in minutes. For each project, set your own process flow, assign staff to tasks and prioritize work. Keep all team members in synch and share your plans with other groups and executives.
  • Community Webcast Run Eye Opening Reports
    Community Webcast Run Eye Opening Reports Shannon Thoke, Director of CA PPM Recorded: Jun 13 2018 45 mins
    Learn about advanced reporting in CA PPM, including sharing reports, mixing formats and customizing dashboards. Make better decisions with your data.
  • Webinar Project Management Your Way A New Role Based Experience
    Webinar Project Management Your Way A New Role Based Experience Shannon Thoke, Director of CA PPM Recorded: Jun 13 2018 39 mins
    Come and see how the new project manager experience in CA PPM helps you keep team members informed, track down people and remove obstacles to ensure project confidence. Get an up-close view of the new project management capabilities in CA PPM.
  • PPM Webinar - Modern Resource Mgmt
    PPM Webinar - Modern Resource Mgmt Douglas Page, Advisor, CA Recorded: Jun 13 2018 40 mins
    Many PPM apps force resource managers to navigate through multiple screens or create workflows just to see what people are working on—rendering the data unreliable. The new CA PPM lets you optimize staff utilization across the entire company with a single solution. Come and see for yourself.
  • Ask an Agile Expert Virtual Discussion
    Ask an Agile Expert Virtual Discussion Laureen Knudsen, Executive Management, Agile Advisor Recorded: Jun 12 2018 56 mins
    Here's your opportunity to ask an agile expert. Every organization undergoes different pain points during their agile transformation. We've been a part of many of those transformations, and our experts can offer insights and best practices for your organization to overcome those pain points. Join Laureen Knudsen, Advisor, Executive Management at CA Technologies, agile expert and co-author of Modern Business Management: Creating a Built-to-Change Organization and resident agile expert, on Tuesday, June 12, for your opportunity to ask the questions on your mind as your organization starts, expands and scales agile across multiple teams and departments.
  • How Will Future Technologies Like Automation & Blockchain Disrupt PPM Workflows?
    How Will Future Technologies Like Automation & Blockchain Disrupt PPM Workflows? Doug Page, Senior Advisor on Strategy, Portfolio and Project Management, CA Technologies Recorded: May 17 2018 35 mins
    An accessible mobile internet and the app economy changed the way we work over the last decade. Since then we have seen a fast progress in the world of automation, machine learning and data sciences. These new improvements in technology have mobilized companies and organizations to be faster and more efficient. But it has also come at a cost.

    With Blockchain revolutionizing everything from retail operations to finance, we will take a hard look at how a combination of these technologies will change the way the PMO operates. We will look at the potential pros and cons of how fast emerging technologies create disruption and how to get ahead of it.
  • Certain Uncertainty
    Certain Uncertainty Evan Leybourn, Founder and CEO, Business Agility Institute Recorded: May 17 2018 48 mins
    The world is changing more rapidly than ever before and organizations of every size are struggling to remain relevant in the eyes of their customers. The simple fact that the average lifespan of a company has decreased by more than 50 years in the last century demonstrates that not all organizations are prepared for this new reality. It is only high-performing, adaptable and agile organizations that will leverage, lead and thrive in this ambiguous and unpredictable market. We call this business agility.

    The problem with a statement like that is that there is no common definition of what business agility means. And that’s actually a good thing. In a dynamic and changing market trying to lock it down will defeat the very advantage it brings. Instead, I want you to start thinking of business agility as the common thread. An adaptable and sustainable narrative that binds & guides, rather than directs, us into the uncertain future.
    This session will cover the state of business agility around the world. We’ll look at the Domains of Business Agility, interspersed with case studies from 4 multinational organizations in both the banking and utilities sector.
     
    In this session you will learn:
    • Domains of business agility
    • How to work with Finance and HR to increase agility in your current organization
    • How Business Agility is being adopted by organizations around the world
  • Fostering Innovation with Lean Startup and SAFe
    Fostering Innovation with Lean Startup and SAFe Dean Leffingwell, Cofounder and Chief Methodologist, Scaled Agile, Inc. Recorded: May 17 2018 46 mins
    The marketplace is changing so quickly that we need a paradigm shift in how we enable innovation in the large enterprise. When an innovation culture is relegated exclusively to the startup, our biggest brands—those who employ most of the people and drive most of the world's economy—are at risk for their very survival. And yet, sometimes it seems that the larger and more successful the company, the more difficult it is to innovate. 
Fortunately, Lean and Agile development gives us many of the tools we need to apply that momentum to new innovations, and to do so at enterprise scale. And now, the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) and other industry trends bring new mindsets and thinking to bear on this challenge.

    In this session, Dean Leffingwell will illustrate how seemingly disparate practices—like Agile, scaled Agile, Lean Startup, Lean UX, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery—need not be separate initiatives, but rather a continuum that helps enterprises delivery more innovative solutions at a velocity they could only imagine before. From Minimum Viable Product to Minimum Marketable Feature, to the-smallest-package-that-can-be efficiently-released-into-production, Dean will discuss how reducing batch size enables fast feedback, and is the one elemental practice that binds them all.

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