Our Understand the Human Factors in Project Management for Success webinar by Muhammad Aslam Mirza, PMP was so popular, we had to continue the question-and-answer session offline! Here, Muhammad offers advice based on your questions…
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North America Congress Highlights – Key Takeaways and Lessons Learned in Improving Talent Management in Project, Program and Portfolio Management
Please join us and continue the conversation with presenters from PMI Global Congress 2015 –North America. During this webinar we’ll explore best practices, key takeaways and lessons learned from Improving Talent Management in Project, Program and Portfolio Management sessions. Don’t miss this opportunity to virtually meet the presenters and get a glimpse into their post-conference highlights and teachable moments from PMI Global Congress 2015 –North America.
In this webinar, you will learn strategies to learn organizations faster, build relationships with stakeholders and achieve your project goals.
Project Management deals with advancement in uncharted waters within a specified time & budget and needs to prepare a team to implement change and satisfy all those who may be affected with the change. The results/outcomes of an endeavor have a direct bearing on the level of satisfaction of every human in any capacity involved. This sensitivity requires close attention to behavior & attitudes of team members & all others involved. Some of the human aspects need focus to improve the situation in any environment.
Bridging the gap between traditional and agile project management and leadership.
Listen. Empower. Adapt. Dream ... LEAD Helping you learn about the next generation of leadership tools, valuable tips and techniques. Leadership 2.0 is a new fresh approach to leadership for the next generation of leaders; start your journey of future growth and development to become an extraordinary leader.
We are an amazing group of people here! We help turn ideas and concepts into reality using all the hard tools and frameworks at our disposal. We are leaders whether we are acknowledged as such or not. In this blog, I will focus on a set of leadership behaviors that I have used and have helped others practice - to achieve exceptional outcomes. Of course I may veer off course occasionally, and rant about the latest pet peeve I have about project execution! I hope this will be an engaging experience for you.
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One of the biggest contributors to team performance is the way that the team feels about being part of the project and the environment it is working in. How do we create and maintain that environment effectively?
Projects are about people, they are delivered by people and their success depends upon the quality and quantity of effort put in by people to delivering results. But for all that we say the development and retention of talent is important, for the vast majority of organizations it is not done well--or worse, not done at all.
Maggie’s webinar on How to Strengthen Your Interpersonal Skills was so popular, she wanted to extend the conversation in this Q&A! The webinar provides you with practical suggestions for strengthening these essential skills, making you a more effective leader and project manager.
CIOs holds the key in establishing IT as a part of the strategic business plan, which can help drive initiated changes across the organization. However, CIOs must also focus on maximizing outcomes with results in order to dramatically change the perception and actual value of IT in the eyes of the business.
With such a large investment in people, it is in every organization’s best interest to have a resource management plan that keeps resources working on the right projects at the right time to deliver the highest value from the projects deemed worthy. Read on for more about why resources are the lifeline to a PMO’s success...
What can CIOs do to close their perceived credibility gap? There are some pretty simple things the CIO can do to become more integral to the leadership process and win the trust and appreciation of the CEO and other leadership team members. Here are three things to ponder.
Learning should never stop, but you can’t get all of your knowledge from books. In order to be a successful project manager, you have to be able to learn from other project managers. Get help forging your own path.
By significantly reducing your number of parallel projects--focusing on fewer, and then trying to get them done--you might get better results. Why? Because multi-tasking is the enemy, and agile is a capacity equalization play.
Decades of researches show that emotional intelligence is key to success. For project managers, with their success being dependent on other people, the constant development of emotional intelligence becomes crucial. Fernando Colleone shared some insight with the ProjectManagement.com community on Emotional Intelligence in a Project Environment in his webinar. Here, he answers your questions.
Research shows that it takes both roles--leadership and followership--to get the best results. Marc and Samantha Hurwitz talked to the community about being your best in both roles, as well as bringing out the best in your teams by coaching for both leadership and followership. Participants walked away from the Leadership is Half the Story: A Fresh Look at Followership, Leadership, and Collaboration webinar with renewed insight. Here, the presenters offer answers to your questions.
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