Although we all experience transitions emotionally, our reactions may be quite different. Using a psychometric model to understand these differences may go a long way to facilitating change and managing people more effectively. In this webinar, you will learn about the DiSC model and how it can help you relate better to the people around you once you identify their style preference.
Organizations are becoming increasingly aware that no matter how well they manage projects, they won’t succeed if they don’t get the requirements right. But what does it mean to have good requirements? Where is the business analysis industry going? This presentation addresses these hot topics in business analysis.
Many organizations struggle to move women and minorities into top-level positions. One of the keys is to embed diversity into a holistic talent management strategy, including recruitment, development, and retention. This webinar will give you practical implementation strategies to help you leverage talent management to drive diversity.
Delivering business value to the customer is the most important aspect of project management. Through the use of story and real life examples this practical session will help solidify your resolve to be a successful project manager by focusing on delivering value to your customers and business. You will also learn the five steps to delivering business value and how to apply those steps to your future projects.
Do you have productive and effective relationships with executives, project managers and team members? Are you putting thought into your relationships or simply hoping for the best? Your ability (or lack thereof) is one of the most important factors that determine whether or not you will advance to the highest paying roles in the profession.
In this webinar, we’ll share the experiences and lessons of resurrecting a defunct Project Management Office and how, using a PMI-based approach coupled with an emphasis on relationship building, we were able to drive a dramatic turnaround in only a matter of months and set the client on track for continual growth.
If you struggle with how to manage quality, are concerned with how to demonstrate success or are overwhelmed with what is necessary (and what is overkill), then this is the webinar for you. Mark Mullaly introduces a practical, pragmatic approach to managing quality that will provide a lot of value without an entirely reasonable amount of effort.
Let’s face it—Government Leaders face enormous amounts of pressure. Failing to manage pressure is a significant reason why projects fail. This webinar will explore how the brain functions under pressure and will explore ground breaking research on how Project Managers can excel under pressure and drive engagement, innovation, growth and deliver success in their projects!
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.
Join us as Peter Block gives a high level overview of his book Flawless Consulting. In this webinar, Peter Block will describe the skills needed to affect positive business outcomes and create business partnerships that really work, whatever your role. Using his Flawless Consulting model, you will learn a methodology that will help create the confidence to set expectations and develop a systematic approach to the project management life cycle.
Take control of your projects and build a reputation that opens doors. Michael Kaplan will present an introduction to mobilizing projects using SharePoint Online cloud.
This webinar features the GSA (US General Services administration) and its journey in going Full Agile!
Upcoming Project Management Webinars
All projects run into difficulties and some troubling situations can be very challenging for the project team to address. Issues with sponsors, clients, subcontractors, management and other stakeholders related to requirements, funding, resources, scope changes and other factors can arise, adding stress and turmoil to any effort. Learn what the common project challenges are and what the PM and tea...
The quest for advancement and sustainable growth of business was never as desperate as it is today. Effective advancement and sustainable growth in business is linked with the level of maturity that helps to make way through complexities and keeps business afloat. In this webinar, participants will learn about the State of Readiness of an organization for maturity, best practices and benefits of maturity enhancement.
This webinar will discuss how to be an effective Project Manager and focus on strategic assets such as the ability to manage yourself and manage others. Michael Stratton, practicing project manager, will show you how to improve productivity, think strategically through the use of mind maps, produce work that matters and how to navigate the power personalities that exist within your organization.
Delivering higher-value projects in increasingly shorter timeframes sustains competitiveness. Challenges exist at every turn; risk must be understood and mitigated, and problems recognized and solved quickly. Adaptive reasoning and problem-solving skills have become increasingly important in project management, where decisions based on sometimes sparse, voluminous, or contradictory data must be ...
This webinar is designed for intermediate to senior project managers who are seeking to expand upon his/her current leadership skills to not only improve project performance, but leave a project leadership legacy.
Some of the most successful leaders in business today attribute their career results to the influence and guidance of mentors. And yet, for many of us, how to find and select a mentor—or how to approach the role if we are asked—is a mystery. We peel back the curtain and explore the mentorship role in detail.
This one-hour virtual workshop is broken down into two parts…plus a Q&A. The first part outlines the three critical innovative environments great leaders create and the 10 most important skills great leaders possess. The second part describes in detail the single most critical tool used to create active/engaged followers…versatility. About the presenter: Harvey A. Robbins, Ph.D., L.P. Harvey A...
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.
What do project managers really need to understand about the businesses they support—and business in general—to be successful? A primer on the essential business skills that every project manager should understand.
Achieving project management success in the public sector has its challenges; some different than in the private sector. The presentation is based on the research and experience of the presenter, Jon Weinstein, and is capture in two books he co-authored on the subject. The session will provide attendees with practical lessons from real success stories across all levels of government, different organization types, and across the spectrum of project management processes and practices.
Change management is recognized as large, complicated, messy and yet critical to the delivery of project value. Where does it fit in the process of project management, how does it work, and whose job is it anyway?
We know that our projects are supposed to be responsive to organizational strategy, and should represent the top priorities of the organization. Yet establishing alignment is often dismissed as ‘doing portfolio management.’ What project managers really need to know about ensuring priority and understanding alignment.
Innovation and creativity are often referred to as interchangeable ideas. And there is a strong sense that creativity is a product of inspiration and sudden insight. So can innovation be managed? And what would that look like?
Following up on our well-attended January webinar, this presentation delves further into the world of program management. When programs are a vehicle essential to the effective delivery of value, how do you best structure them to be successful? And what does success look like?
The essential framework for developing teams has been largely unchanged for nearly 50 years. Yet evidence suggests that what really contributes to team development requires a different approach and perspective than simply forming, storming, norming and performing.
Most projects are sold on a business case. And yet, the business case often is developed before the project starts, and benefits realization goes on far beyond the close of the project. What role does the project manager have in benefits realization, and how should they be approaching their role?
Risk management is arguably the single most influential activity in successfully managing projects. It can also be extremely expensive and time consuming, while still leaving projects exposed to the unknown. How can project managers practically anticipate risk and manage it appropriately?
One of the greatest responsibilities in any discipline is ensuring the development of those who come after. As a new generation of prospective project managers enters the workforce, how can we effectively support their skill development and growth?