In a technology focused society business leaders often forget to focus on their most important resource, their people. But, organizations do have the opportunity to innovate with the correct mindset and change the way their people work. By focusing on their people and empowering users to make better decisions through technology organizations can become more efficient and “Smart” in their every day operations.
In 2019, it is no secret that analytics can drastically improve the way organizations operate and make decisions. Less well known however is the fact that 49% of CEO’s are changing their talent strategies to utilize people analytics specifically and focus on how they can attract, retain, and engage their workforces more efficiently.
In 2018 it is pretty standard that all companies have at least some sort of Business Intelligence Initiatives ongoing. But, this doesn’t imply that all add value to their organizations through data-driven insights. With that said, there are key things to be aware of when on the never-ending journey that is Business Intelligence. Here are our top 7 essentials of a successful business intelligence strategy.
Being able to see your Agile portfolio grow and mature into self-managing, flexible teams who meet business demands is the core goal when you decided to invest in transforming your organization with the Agile mindset. Pandera has created Agile Analytics to bring critical Agile KPIs, allowing you to see your ROI on the Agile transformation at a glance, while delivering tangible results that provide better coaching and training for your teams.
Agile Software Development methodologies are being widely adopted by technology organizations and other knowledge-based work. Agile Software Development methodologies have a reputation for being deceptively simple yet difficult to master. This course is designed to walk learners through the underlying mindset shift needed to be Agile, not just do Agile.
This hands-on, scenario based training will walk technology and business professionals through Agile Software Development methodologies and help attendees master the program. Those interested in taking advantage of early registration can sign up here and use discount code AgilePandera20 for a 20% discount.
Agile Fundamentals is accredited by the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile) as fulfilling all learning objectives in the Agile Fundamentals track. After successful completion of this course, you can apply for the ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) certification. To be eligible for certification consistent attendance in the full three days of this course is required.
Over 60% of companies have become Agile, a method that was once used primarily for software development processes, but is now being used across the board, in areas such as marketing or human resources. With significant investments being made into adopting the Agile methodology, the big question is how do we know how those investments are really impacting the business?
Pandera is transforming the way companies use Agile by combining key executive goals, the Agile mindset, and analytics to drive change within the most important investment of a company: its people. This transformation of combining analytics with traditional Agile services will drive measurable change within a company’s human capital to drive realtime team productivity, velocity, quality and a team’s self-managing maturity. This method connects analytics with team performance in an Agile environment to truly drive the key measures of an enterprise.
Projects can fail in your organization more frequently than you would like to think or admit. There can be many factors leading to project failure, but there are a few recurring reasons in almost every project that leads to failure. These common pain points can originate from the start of a project and should be considered red flags.
Do you hate when your projects are running over budget but your people are under-utilized? A strong Project Management Office (PMO) may be just what your organization needs. Every company has projects, large or small, but not many create the foundation of a Project Management Office to align and support their strategic business goals. A strong PMO can drive success and change, increase profitability and improve performance. Here are some common indications that a PMO would benefit your business:
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