In support of local entrepreneurship and innovation, RefineM proudly sponsored this year’s SPIN66 Innovation Summit in Springfield, Missouri. Individuals gathered at the eFactory in downtown Springfield on May 7-8 to share ideas on diverse industries, including IT, technology, healthcare, art and design, and business through entrepreneurship seminars, industry-specific breakout sessions, and a pitch pit for startups to share their ideas and compete. SPIN66 organizer Cody Stringer, entrepreneurial specialist at Mercy Research and Development, commented on the summit’s mission.
We are pleased to announce that RefineM’s CEO, NK Shrivastava, has obtained the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Program Consultant certification (SPC). SAFe provides the tools and key concepts of agile for the enterprise level and large teams, including agile programs, program portfolio management, agile architecture, and leadership.
RefineM is pleased to announce the launch of a new website design. Upon first glance, users will notice the new design is stylish, streamlined, and more user friendly. Within the past several months, RefineM employees have worked hard to implement a design that is aesthetically pleasing, easy to navigate, and greater aligned with our mission. We hope you will enjoy discovering the features on our new website.
RefineM expands its training reach with new partnerships with two PMI chapters.
RefineM Launches Essential Gear for Project Managers, a Streamlined Toolkit of Eight Indispensable Project Management Processes.If you skip essential project management processes, mistakes can lead to project failure, but, on the flip side, complex or unnecessary processes waste time, annoy teammates and clog the works. Essential Gear, a new project management toolkit, hits the sweet spot to deliver projects on time, on budget, exceeding expectations.
According to new survey data from RefineM, project managers struggle to find the right mix of project management processes to support increasing demands.