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O Titanic e os 5 pecados capitais dos gerentes de projetos

Feb 28, 2017 8:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
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Neste webinar projeto RMS Titanic é explorado para mostrar algumas causas comuns de falhas nos projetos bem gerenciados. O autor explora os "cinco pecados dos gerentes de projeto”, cinco comportamentos identificados em pesquisas recentes como fatores chaves de fracasso na gestão de projetos. Estes são: arrogância, ganância, ignorância, fraude e abstinência.

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El Titanic y los 5 pecados capitales de los gerentes de proyectos

by Luis Alberto Caceres Villota
February 14, 2017 | 62:53 | Views: 132 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 6.03 / 7

En este webinar se explora el proyecto RMS Titanic para mostrar algunas causas comunes de fallas en los proyectos. El autor explorará los "cinco pecados de los gerentes de proyecto". Estos cinco pecados son las cinco actitudes identificadas en investigaciones recientes como factores clave de fracaso en la gestión de proyectos, que son: la arrogancia, la ambición, la ignorancia, la fraude y la abstinencia.

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Save Time With Tools + Templates

Sample Project Charter/Record

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by Arassen Chocalingum

This deliverable relates both a project charter and a project record form to be used during the initiating phase of a given project. It gives a high-level overview of the project including the budget, scope, resources and roles and responsibilities.

Non-Conformance Report (NCR)

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by Sameh Nasr

Need to document a non-conformance identified in a quality audit or other process review? This form helps you document the problem so that corrective action can be initiated. To be signed by the resident engineer, quality manager and contractor.

Project Records Workbook Template

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by Chetan Katar

The project workbook allows project managers, team members, sponsors, and stakeholders to easily track and monitor project activities. Any of these worksheets can easily be broken out into separate documents. This workbook contains templates for Input Data, Minicharter, Status Report, Budget, CBA, Risks, Issues, Action Items, Milestones, WBS, Roster, R&R, RAM, RCM, A&C, Decision Log, Communication Plan, Stakeholder Analysis, Expectations, Change Log, DAL, PERT, Delphi, TimeSum and Qual Metrics.

Project Status Report (Presentation)

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by Ashish Gudibande

This blank sample presentation can be used as a general project status report that includes an overall project status review; detailed tasks/modules review; and quality incidents/discussion of mitigation steps for continuous improvement.

Learn From Others

Quality Planning for Projects

by Elok Robert Tee

A quality process is typically entrenched as a documented procedure or a quality document or standard that governs the creation of services, products and activities that produce results. Here is some help developing this important document.

Tracking Project and Task Progress

by Michael Zekser

This article describes a useful technique for tracking project and task progress in situations where project resources are less than fully cooperative due to conditions outside project manager or sponsor control. It can also be applied with specialized or uniquely skilled resources that are challenged to accurately report progress due to communication issues--or are over-loaded with work for other projects or operations.

Be Careful Not to Break Something While Being Agile

by Rich Hephner

Agile is all about managing change, but every organization has a different rate of change. We generally think about agile as removing impediments to accelerate development and keep up with change. It also has an important role to play in placing constraints on change so that it doesn’t spin out of control. This article is a case study of how too much change can lower quality and lead to products that completely miss the mark.

Much More Than the Triple Constraint

by Kumar Srikant

For a long time, the constraints of time, scope and cost have been the key attributes that a project management professional had to handle effectively for project success. However, project success encompasses much more.

The Cost of Quality

by Ayhan Özcan

Many organizations consider quality improvement as a critical factor of success for competitiveness. The goal of continuous improvement attempts to not only meet customer requirements, but to also do it at the lowest cost. Values obtained as a result of the calculation need to be analyzed to prepare plans for improvement and set goals for reducing the cost of quality.

Running the Short Project

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Not every project is a multi-year, billion-dollar implementation. Sometimes, you need to get something done in a few weeks or a few months…and the approach to these projects is much different.

How Building Information Modeling (BIM) Can Help Project Managers

by Saad Al Jabri

Building information modeling (BIM) has grown tremendously in just a few years. Meanwhile, factors are pushing the construction world to innovate opportunities for improving efficiency and productivity. In this scenario in any project, the project manager has the overall responsibility for project success.

Developing a Good Analytics Governance Framework

by Sangram Bhaskar Aglave

The objective of governance is benefits realization, risk optimization and resource optimization. A good governance framework can help a performing organization develop a more holistic approach toward analytics.


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