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One of the primary talents international leaders need today, is the ability to manage and leverage cultural differences. Today’s manager has to work in both international and cross-cultural environments. Consequently, managers are now required to deal with challenges stemming from inter-cultural communication differences. Therefore, successful management demands cross-cultural competency.
First, Gus will use real-world, high-stakes scenarios to discuss leadership in a general sense. Then, he will apply these concepts to project managers, using a unique perspective of cadence and rhythm to establish control with minimal confrontation. Finally, the presentation will ensure that the audience has practical takeaways by: 1) Highlighting “defining moments” for project leaders, 2) Considering what difficulties arise and what sacrifices might have to be made, and 3) Offering methods for practical solutions and methods for resolving the issues
First Presentation: Earned Value: A simple Technique for Project Perfomance Measurement. Second Presentation: Tell me if you finished, not how much you have progressed -- Managing a project with Critical Chain
This event will be broadcasted live from the 2012 PMI Research and Education Conference in Limerick Ireland. The event will bring the accademics and the Practioners in the International Development together. SYMPOSIUM 23050 : What Makes International Deve
On this webinar attendees will: 1. Discover the barriers to high performance teams 2. Learn the four elements that leaders keep front of mind to allow them to create high performance teams 3. Learn practical tips on how to start developing your own high performance project team
This discussion will focus on how a leader would know that a project team is on track and what they might be able to do to get things back in line if there are issues. It will leverage the Praxilient Outcome framework process at a high level and will demonstrate how a leader who may not know a lot about project management could benefit from engaging to assure their outcome expectations will be met. This is the 1-2-3-4-5 of build a line of sight between the expectations and the project work. By understanding these principles, a leader will be able to better understand the age old question of “how much for what” sooner and more continuously throughout the project and suppliers will be able to clearly understand the target that they are shooting for
Join this exciting webinar and learn 50 different ways to grow your skills, and maximize the skills of those around you. Walk away with 50 different ideas – and much more – that you can start using today as a project leader!