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Project Management for the Non-Project Manager

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by David Ottenstein, Mick Kuehn, Gina Lund, Kimberly Johnson, Brian Cohn

The skills required in companies lacking a PMO are; distinguishing between Work and Projects, picking a financially rewarding project, justifying a valid project to upper management, and successfully running the project to completion. This webinar will provide important information for the non-project manager.

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From Technology Adoption to User Adoption: How Technology Has Changed Change Management

May 19, 2015 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
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We accept technology into our lives without question. We know something new will emerge soon and we know that society expects us to adopt and adapt when the next new thing shows up. We accept it. Often we welcome it. Thanks to technology, we are saturated with change. You’re working on a project that will introduce more change. In fact, your measure of success is user adoption, and if your users don’t accept your change then your project will fail. Technology has shifted our change thresholds for better or worse. As project managers we have to deal with that. We will journey down a slightly different path of change management and user adoption. We’ll explore the impact of technology in shifting change thresholds. While a change management plan focuses on managing changes in such a way as to achieve the best outcome, you’ll learn how to create an adaptability plan, which focuses on the people being impacted by the changes, including individual and group needs required for success.

Project Management for the Non-Project Manager

Apr 21, 2015 1:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
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The skills required in companies lacking a PMO are; distinguishing between Work and Projects, picking a financially rewarding project, justifying a valid project to upper management, and successfully running the project to completion. This webinar will provide important information for the non-project manager.

How to implement IT change projects successfully and gain team engagement

Apr 1, 2015 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
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The technology sector is the fastest changing sector globally. With so many changes succeeding one another in organizations, it is important for project managers to engage people to make the transformation successful. Change already defies people, so it can be a challenge to engage people for transformation projects from start until delivery.

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Are You Small Enough to Fail? How Hacks and Incursions Affect Small Business

by Mike Donoghue

In case you haven’t noticed, the threat of your information being breached has commonly been considered a not so much “if” but “when” kind of scenario. And the truth is that small companies are not beneath the notice of data crooks--some statistics even show that about half of small businesses are targeted by cyber attacks. What can you do?

5 Portfolio Management Findings

by Tushar Patel

What challenges do project management professionals face with Project Portfolio Management in 2015? There continues to be a high rate of misaligned IT projects and lack of resources for successful project execution, according to a new survey.

Preventing ‘Alignment Creep’

by Andy Jordan

Move over scope creep, there's a new creep in town. Projects may start off well aligned to the strategies they support, but how do we ensure they remain that way?

Big Data's Big Year?

by Michael Wood

Once again, the Big Data market ranks high on the hot technologies list. It seems that over the past few years the pundits have been saying that this market is primed to explode, but it hasn't yet. What does the future look like for Big Data? Here are some tidbits to consider when determining if it's cup is half empty or half full.

Removing the Guesswork from Strategy

by Andy Jordan

For many organizations, strategic planning and the associated project selection is an exercise in frustration. How can we improve things without reinventing the process?

The Seinfeld Strategy

by Patti Gilchrist, PMP

As a project manager, do you have a recognition strategy in place? If not, you may want to tune in to repeat episodes of Seinfeld to learn the consequences from Jerry's mistake of refusing to say "thank you".

Agile and Strategic Alignment

by Mike Griffiths

Agile projects may look like untethered pinwheel rockets spinning away on unpredictable paths. How do we align them to IT strategies so they don’t adopt all kinds of crazy technologies the organization has to support or replace?

Portfolios, Programs & Projects: Oh My!

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

We need to be clear about what we are talking about in the context of alignment. And we need to be clear about what alignment actually gives us in the context of portfolio management. In other words, just what is the problem we are trying to solve here?

Your Strategy Needs an Implementation Strategy

by Irfan Shariff

There is an implementation gap that contributes to the failure of good strategies. The root cause? Most organizations don’t have actionable strategies for implementing strategy (got that?). Here is some practical advice for project practitioners.

Innovation Starts with Value in Mind

by Braden Kelley

What is innovation? This expert has been refining his definition for several years while doing research, speaking with Chief Innovation Officers at numerous Fortune 500 companies and traveling the world as an innovation keynote speaker. Here he shares some of the key themes that kept emerging in what leads to successful innovations.


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