Last Updated on: July 2, 2020
Life-long Learning (L3) CertificateJun 12, 2020
We are introducing a new feature for our advice section for premium members. We are providing the capability to earn professional development credits and gain a Life-long Learning (L3) Certificate from CHAOS University and The Standish Group. The process is simple. All you have to do is read our daily adviceblog and reply that you read it. We have set-up a special dashboard to hold the latest adviceblogs to be read. You can also have the option to have the daily adviceblog e-mailed to you with a link to confirm you read it. If you read and reply to 10 of our adviceblogs we will give you 1 hour of professional development credit. This credit will in the format of a formal report. After 60 hours or 600 microblogs we will issue you a Life-Long Learner L3 Certificate from CHAOS University and The Standish Group. To maintain your L3 you will need to complete 10 hours or 100 microblogs over the next year. Please note, our new PDCs are non-organizational specific, so you can apply for credit to any of your professional and/or academic organizations. However, we make no assurances that any professional and/or academic organization will honor these credits. L3 PDCs are only available for premium members: https://www.standishgroup.com/store/premium-membership-and-chaos-reports.html
Cafe CHAOS News
We just released our first version of our Success Ladder Benchmark. This benchmark measures your chances of a success for a single project.
CHAOS Tuesday News
CHAOS Tuesday Show #121 is on “Go with the Flow #1”. In this show we explore the features and benefits on the Flow Methods. Jim Johnson and Sander Stockbroekx
have a casual conversation on his experience with developing applications with the Flow method. Sander Stockbroekx, CEO and Founder of Diplomatic Card Service Diplomatic Card creates software specially designed to process tax free payments for diplomates in various countries. Sander will discuss his experience in the evolution of the software development going back ten years over five major projects. Sander will explain how he applied new technique and lessons to his current digital transformation project with great success. Takeaways:
- Definition of Flow
- The Flow Process
- Same project without Flow
- Same project with Flow
Gloria Larson suggests it is important to reach out to get feedback and support.