Jim Stewart

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Since 2003, as a principal of JP Stewart Associates, Jim has been engaged in multiple endeavors including consulting, training and mentoring. A PMP since 2001 and Certified Scrum Master since 2013, he provides PMP Prep training both in public and private in-house sessions. In consulting, he frequently contributes by helping organizations increase their project maturity. He recently consulted to a financial services firm to help them set up a project management office. Jim is on the PM advisory board of MindEdge, Inc. and is co-author of the upcoming book, “Facilitating Project Planning Meetings: A Practical Guide to Ensuring Project Success.”

Posts By Jim Stewart

SAFe Agile Vs Agile: The Differences
It was only a relatively few years ago that traditional waterfall project management was pretty much the only way to go. And while it worked well for
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by Jim Stewart

07 Sep 2022

Differences Between Certified SAFe® Agilist(SA) vs Certified SAFe® Practitioner(SP)
Business Agility can be defined as the ability to compete and thrive in the digital age by quickly responding to market changes and emerging opportuni
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by Jim Stewart

14 Oct 2022

Scaled Agile Framework: Understand Safe and Its Core Values
According to the Agile Alliance, Agile is the “ability to create and respond to change. It is a way of dealing with, and ultimately succeeding i
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by Jim Stewart

17 Mar 2021

Expert Tips to Crack the Safe Agilist Exam in 2022
What is SAFe®? Traditional Agile has always had an assumption of small teams. In recent years, several approaches (Large-scale Scrum (LeSS),
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by Jim Stewart

12 Jul 2022

Establishing The Agile PMO
Long back, I posted an article on LinkedIn titled, Lessons Learned in Establishing a Project Management Office (PMO.) It centred around the discussion
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by Jim Stewart

31 May 2022

The Personal Agile Transformation: An Agile Journey To Productivity
Much is made lately of the fact that some organizations are making the transformation to Agile, finding the greater emphasis on self-organizing teams,
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by Jim Stewart

28 Aug 2019