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BRM Knowledge Path Continuing Professional Development

 

Build and Lead a High Performing BRM Team

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Before you can confidently outline how to create a high-performing BRM team, it’s critical to understand your organizational context and where the BRM capability fits into that. Director of BRM at Purdue University, Leanne McGiveron CBRM®, spoke on this very subject with conviction as a Storyteller for the 2020 BRMConnect Virtual conference.

Unite Your Passion, Profession, and Purpose

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If you’ve felt unclear about your path as a BRM, especially if you are new to business relationship management, you’ll find insightful encouragement here. I wouldn’t say that this is the journey of a BRM. Rather, this journey made a BRM. This journey was never just about me. It was about people, trust, and relationships. That’s the way forward, that’s the future, and that’s why BRMs exist.

Maintaining your CBRM® Credentials Just Became Easier

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It is no secret that CBRM certified professionals are highly desired. The unique combination of professional experience and robust BRM knowledge helps these individuals skillfully navigate the relationship network of their organization. Today, the BRM community celebrates an exciting accomplishment for continuing professional development. The CBRM® Maintenance Program makes it easier to track your individual growth with the new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) tracking ability .

Find Your Focus in the Era of Remote Work

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One of the cornerstones of a BRM capability is thriving through adaptability when new organizational challenges arise. Any organization would be remiss to ignore the global sensation that is the reflexive induction of remote work. Your readiness and aptitude to handle this new frontier with ease and confidence will set you apart as a highly-valued professional.

BRMs in a SAFe World…That is, a Scaled Agile Framework Model

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SAFe provides the most comprehensive approach to applying Agile at scale, but as I shared with you, I have found success in having BRMs be part of that model even though they aren’t on the original recipe. BRMs are relationship-centered and have the tools, the skills, the capabilities to be effective on both the people and technology aspects of this work.

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Take Charge of Your Professional Growth: Expand Your BRM Knowledge in 2021

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Even if your organization cuts back on training or other educational opportunities, there are many ways for you to continue to expand your Business Relationship Management (BRM) knowledge and achieve your goals for the New Year! You don’t need to have a big travel budget to continue your professional development, even in a pandemic. Here are several ways to invest in building your own skills and expanding BRM knowledge.

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Celebrate All Things BRM During World #BRMWeek 2021

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Announcing World #BRMWeek, February 7-13, 2021, which honors all of the work you do for your organization week-long celebration of all things BRM! Want to take part in the festivities worldwide? Take a look at the week of events we have planned for you and your team!

[White Paper] A Perfect Union: BRM and Agile Development and Delivery

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Do organizations really need both BRM and Agile? In an in-depth white paper, expert BRM and Agile practitioners discuss the answer to this persistent question, along with how a strategic union of the two capabilities provides industry-leading results.

Business Relationship Manager (BRM) Metrics

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It comes as no surprise; executives frequently ask for Business Relationship Management (BRM) metrics and the financial business value added to the business through the BRM Capability. BRM Institute has a mission to inspire, promote, and develop excellence in Business Relationship Management across the globe, leading to outstanding business value for organizations and professional fulfillment of every individual member of the BRM community.

Cultivating Powerful Relationships: Build Partnering Relationships

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To cultivate powerful relationships is to recognize all work relationships are inherently partnerships. Why? Because partnership implies equality. Your role is no less important than that of your counterpart. Your partners can range from executives to HR to people outside your organizations. Regardless of the role, with a compassionate mindset and purpose providing the context for your partnering relationship, you can help everyone thrive in your pursuit of shared goals.

Cultivating Powerful Relationships: Lead with Purpose

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To affect the culture of an organization is to affect the relationships between people. Relationships are the true lever to evolving culture. It is not guesswork or random luck. It’s relationship management.

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