This webinar will discuss recent data examining whether agile methodologies are more successful than traditional methodologies. Attendees will learn which aspects of agile has led to successful outcomes.
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Presenter and author Joel D. Levitt shows how to set aside 10 minutes in your week to set yourself and your team up for having great, productive meetings.
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
Change today in areas such as artificial intelligence, automation, and population demographics is progressing rapidly. Carleton Chinner discusses three key trends that will affect Project Management, and describes strategies that you can employ to improve your chances of benefiting from these trends.
Projects are always hard to successfully manage. Even in the simplest possible case, when all of the objectives are known in advance and resources are available, there is still need for constant adjustment in response to external variables. PMBOK and basic tools do a great job of helping the PM manage these projects, but what happens when things aren’t so simple?
New project managers (and sometimes seasoned project managers alike) often fall victim to a few common missteps that unfortunately can prove fatal to their success. While project managers can often become consumed with the day-to-day crises, administrative tasks and status updating, they can sometimes lose sight of key steps that are a key part of the foundation of any successful project. This workshop explores four specific pitfalls often faced by the new project manager and provides specific techniques and best practices that can be immediately applied to avoid them.
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