Agile Ideas

Agile Ideas

Agile Ideas. Agility in thought. Agility in action. Where amazing things happen.

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January 8, 2022 20 min

As we have closed out 2021, we are reflecting on the year that has been, thinking about the challenges and opportunities that came our way, and creating some purposeful space to consider the areas we think we will need to lean into in 2022. 

In this episode, I explore:

  •  Predictions for how 2022 may look for our PMO community
  • Deep dive into the top 5 trends for PMOs in 2022 including sponsorship. technology,  agile, retaining talent, a...
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    I think we can all agree that 2021 has been another rollercoaster year of emotions. There have been a fair few ups and downs, and upon reflecting and planning for 2022, how did things progress, what learnings did I seek along the way, what areas should I have focused on more or less.


    In this episode, I explore:

     - Why I chose to have 3 mentors instead of 1

     - Did I achieve all my goals or not, does it even matter? 

     - What are some of ...

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    In this episode I am interviewed by the team at Books & Beyond Podcast brought to you by The PMO Leader, where we deep dive into what writing a white paper is all about. Why I wrote it, what's changed since writing about the state of PMOs and how things are changing on the horizon if we get the right PMO fit. We will talk about what's coming in the future also. 

    In this episode with, we explore:

  • Why I wrote this white pap...
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    In this episode, Fatimah is interviewed by Fred Obeiro on the Ivy Podcast and of The PM Imperative. Fred interviews Fatimah on a range of topics from project management trends, dealing with difficult people, conflict resolution in remote teams, and how advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence may affect the role of project managers. 

    In this episode with Fred, we explore:

  • New trends on the horizon that will heavily impac...
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    I had so much fun last time I was interviewed by PMO Joe, that we decided to do it again. We decide to cover a lot more on mental health, agility in PMOs, capability uplift, and what we need to do to improve success.

    In this episode with Joe, I explore:

  • How to introduce agility into PMOs
  • Why the focus on capability is more important than ever 
  • The importance of mental health in the workplace
  • How we can be better aligned as teams 
  • And muc...
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    There are digital tools galore! But how do you sort through them? How do you know if it will satisfy your requirements? You need to make sure that you don't invest significant capital into purchasing and implementing an unsuitable tool only to find it doesn't work for you or you're not using it properly. 


    So, in this episode, I explore:

     - My top 8 digital tools

     - Pros and cons

     - What to consider when looking

    - What's ...

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    Almost all business owners can tell you that starting out in business, there is no one size fits all instruction manual so that you can make your ideas and business thrive. I definitely empathise with anyone starting out or wanting to start a business. Ive started more than one with failure and success. 

     So let me take you through some essential do’s and don’t’s when starting a new business. 

     In this episode, I explore:

     - What are ...

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    Agile? The PMO? What's going on right now? Is it just me or is there a real disconnect between organisations who are looking to introduce agile ways of working and what they are doing with their PMOs? Shouldn’t you look at leveraging them to drive the change? Wouldn’t it be better to engage the PMO rather than to ignore them?

    In this episode, I explore:
    - What is agile/Agile
    - What's going on today with Agile and PMOs
    - What ar...

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    Trying to grow a business, family, or climb the corporate ladder? Perhaps you are trying to change the world or improve yourself. Whatever success means to you, it can be harder to achieve when living with Anxiety. In this episode, I introduce you to what it means to be successfully anxious, how it impacted me, and what you can learn from my experience to help on your own journey.?

    In this episode, I explore:

  • What is 'successfull...
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    Jeff Wood has over 20+ years of experience in leading transformational change including the implementation of PMOs within both the public and private sectors. Love making a difference to organisations and the people within priding myself on strong servant-leadership, efficient and effective service design, delivery of complex portfolios, programmes and projects, and development of people. Jeff is now leading a team of professio...

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    It's our businesses' 5 Year Anniversary, so as a business owner what do I wish I knew when I started that would have saved me heartache, headaches, and tears. Find out in this episode of Agile Ideas.


    In this episode, I explore:

  • 5 Key Business Lessons I wish I knew when I started from people management, controlling everything to sales and vision.
  • What I did about those lessons
  • Top tips on addressing the lessons 

  • This podcast is s...

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    Steve is obsessed with making tech human and leveraging it to deliver continuous value. For the past 20 years, his focus has been on using mapping techniques to guide ambitious and struggling teams towards their true north. He's a former startup CTO, agency consultant, systems and release engineer, finance IT manager, tech support phone jockey, and pizza maker. All focused on the flow of value, all the time.


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    In this episode, ideas don't bring results - you need to develop, implement and improve. So I share what to do when you have a lot of ideas and not sure where to go next or what to do. From tracking the ideas, to deciding which one/s to progress with by asking some key questions and then the very first steps to test the idea. 


    Link to Business Model Canvas: https://www.strategyzer.com/canvas/business-model-canvas


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    As one of Australasia's most successful Medical Technology Business Leaders, Leanne Elich is a passionate Oncology Advocate and Global Healthcare Specialist with over 25 years experience in both clinical and corporate environments with executive leadership. 

    Leanne has led business operations teams, sales and marketing teams, technical and support teams along with product management and advisory groups. She is a motivating team ...

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    Molood Ceccarelli is a remote work expert and agile coach. Her work has been published in places such as Forbes, Huffington Post and Inc.com as well as Scrum Alliance, Happy Melly and Shiftup. She is often referred to as the queen of remote work.


    She is the CEO and founder of Remote Forever where she helps distributed companies adopt agile ways of working and helps agile companies to embrace remote work. Remote Forever also offers o...

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    Joe Pusz has worked in project management and has been learning about the PMO throughout almost his entire life. As a result, he has become an expert and was even named one of the Top 15 PMO Influencers in the World in 2020 by the Global PMO Alliance. Joe has started his own podcast series and has founded many PMO initiatives with a strong focus, one could even say his purpose-driven, on helping others achieve their goals. He is no...

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    In this episode, I outline 3 key observations with PMO popularity right now, and three challenges that relate, then delve into an idea that could be useful for organisations and leaders alike in transforming their PMOs for the future. 

    This episode is brought to you by the one-stop-shop for all things PMO - www.thepmoleader.com

    Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific ...

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    Rachel is a wellbeing, motivation, and performance specialist, whose work has spanned multiple sectors including corporate, health, education, and not-for-profit. As a trained psychologist, she has extensive experience in bringing the science of optimal performance and wellbeing to life, to assist both individuals and organisations to thrive. Rachel is an experienced facilitator and coach with expertise in goal setting and achievem...

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    In my rawest podcast yet, I share what 2020 has meant to me and our business, the ups, and downs, and how I and like many others were tested and pushed to our limits. I hope that this raw podcast helps you on your quest for happiness. 


    Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going...

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    This one is special because it coincides with Agile Management Office's win of Project of the Year and Professional Services of the Year awarded by the most reputable Project Management body in Australia! We were so excited to win this award and have decided to record this episode to talk more about the project, what it entailed, what we were doing, and how it resulted in being such a success.


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