Servant leaders see the group as more important. They put the needs, growth and development of others at the center. As a volunteer who follows this philosophy, you can enrich not only the lives of others, but also your own.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly tackles the challenge of actually innovating—what it is, what it looks like and how to do it. You’ll learn how to bring innovative approaches into your life and work, and how to manage innovation projects.
Voices on Project Management
By Christian Bisson, PMP I recently had the privilege to participate in the 9th Montreal agile coach gathering. Along with meeting great people and having a chance to exchange ideas with them, I ha ...
2019. március 15-től, új szolgáltatással jelentkezünk a PMI Budapest, Magyar Tagozat tagjai és az egyesület munkája iránt érdeklődők s ...
I am looking to see what training you have taken to help understand how to build out portfolio management from the ground up. Knowing there are many reasons why to build out portfolio management and ...
By Walter Vandervelde Not that long ago, a somewhat mysterious cloud shrouded creativity on the work floor. Everybody seemed to have their own definition and understanding of the word. The connotat ...
Dear , I would like to attend the RMP Exam next month end and preparing the practice standard for project risk management , Is PMbok 6th edition applicable or PMbok 5th edition applicable in addit ...
Projektmenedzsment és Coaching? Projekt-coaching? Projektmenedzser coaching? Sokszor kérdezik tőlem, hogy milyen kapcsolatom van a Projektmenedzsment és a Coaching világ&aa ...
Hi All, I was recently involved in presenting a webinar. Can someone let me know how long it typically takes for the 'On Demand' webinar to be available on ProjectManagement.com? ...
It's been more than 4 days now and every time I log into my PMI account, and go check my certifications status, I get this message displaced instead: "Please try again later. Your myPMI dashboard ...
I'd like to start a discussion with my fellow Project Managers about Agile/Scrum, specifically the fact that there's no role for Project Managers in Scrum. Given this, what/how are my fellow PM's adj ...
What are some of the fundamental building blocks required in software projects? Things that can help position teams to adapt to changes quickly (including implementing the latest tech trends) and ultimately add value to business?
Emotional Intelligence helps us to recognize, understand and manage or influence the emotions of others. When we practice emotional intelligence, we better our skills in understanding people, their opinions, behaviors, insecurities, strengths and weaknesses.
As is the case with most technological implementations, government agencies are using artificial intelligence at a relatively smaller pace compared to the private sector. This article provides a basic understanding of AI, along with examples and insights on its use in the public sector.
Security foundations for a project should be strongly laid in the initiation phase, preferably when the project charter is created and signed to document all possible risks, threat vectors and security loopholes, and should include conceivable remediation measures. Internal, external and technology-related risk are examined in alignment with project management processes.
Innovation comes in many shapes and sizes and can be categorized in many ways. In this article, the author suggests that one way to categorize it is to distinguish macro innovation from micro innovation.
It’s easy to look at a commonplace or everyday technological device and forget how it was in its infancy. The evolution of the automobile gives us a prime example of how innovation can make a widespread difference.
If we don’t understand what it is about the way we manage projects that is different from how others do it, then we can’t position ourselves to achieve that success. What is it that allows you to be more successful than anyone else?
System archetypes are reoccurring patterns of behavior that can be found in any type of organizational system. They serve us as effective tools to diagnose projects, identify and manage risks, and point out underlying structures that are signaling where fundamental decisions must be made in order to fix a root cause.
The Project Revolution: The Implications of the Silent Disruption That Is Taking Place and the New Skills Needed to Adapt
By 2025, regardless of industry or sector, senior leaders and managers will spend at least 60% of their time selecting, prioritizing, and driving the execution of projects. In fact, soon "we will all become project leaders, but many of us are not prepared for this shift.” According to recent research, the number of individuals working in project-based roles will increase from 66 million (in 2017) to 88 million (forecast 2027). And the value of project-oriented economic activity worldwide will grow from $12 trillion (in 2013) to $20 trillion (forecast 2027). Those are millions of projects requiring millions of project leaders per year. In this landscape the percentage of work activities performed as part of projects is markedly increasing as projects are becoming the essential model to deliver change and create value around the world. The so-called gig economy is also driven by projects.
Being a strengths-based project manager means playing to the strengths of those around us to build cohesive high-performing teams. In this session attendees will learn about the “aware-explore-apply” model of character strengths and how just knowing their own strengths will positively impact their teams and projects.
PMOs are an integral part an organization’s strategic plan for implementing improvement, keeping the business running, and directing change. The PMO has a wide range of responsibilities with a diverse set of stakeholders and an ever increasing demand for status. Thus, many PMOs are transforming into “Strategic PMOs” and assumed the role of defining the, and reporting the status of, the clear line of sight from Strategic Intent to Project Outcomes.
La gestion de projet à l’international - Enjeux selon les milieux de travail: Des ONGs à l'entreprise privée
Vous aimeriez en apprendre plus sur la gestion de projet à l’international et sur les enjeux que cela peut comporter? Ne manquez pas le webinaire du 26 février prochain! Quels sont les défis et les bonnes pratiques en gestion de projet à l’international? Quelle est la réalité de la gestion des parties prenantes dans le cadre de projets dans ce contexte? Au cours de ce webinaire, deux professionnels de la gestion de projet vous partageront leur parcours professionnel, ainsi que les expériences professionnelles qui leur ont servi de tremplins pour orienter leur carrière en gestion de projet à l’international. De la coopération internationale à l’entreprise privée, ils exploreront les défis auxquels ils ont fait face, ainsi que les bénéfices qu'ils en ont retirés. L’un oeuvrant pour une ONG internationale, l’autre pour une entreprise privée, ils effectueront une analyse de la gestion des parties prenantes dans le contexte professionnel respectif. Quelles compétences transférables sont nécessaires pour devenir gestionnaires de projets internationaux; comment faire face aux défis de la gestion de la diversité; comment travailler dans une optique d’empowerment des équipes locales; comment conjuguer sa propre adaptation à la vie à l’étranger et son travail, voilà des questions auxquelles nos panélistes répondront lors du webinaire.
Экстремально высокий темп изменений в современном бизнесе и технологиях требует гибкого подхода управления. Именно здесь и приходит на помочь Аджайл. Рассмотрение практического кейса перехода от каскадной модели к аджайл в дочерней ИТ компании большой горнодобывающей корпорации • Почему каскадная модель провалилась? • Как управлять запросами пользователей в то время, когда количество пользователей постоянно растет, как и постоянно растет команда ИТ • Препятствия на пусти перехода от каскада к аджайлу (внутренние и внешние) • Как приоритезировать задачи и запросы. Секретная формула • Скрам или Канбан? Что лучше и когда?
The Unwritten Rules of Managing Up: Dos and Don'ts for Teaming Effectively with Senior Level Stakeholders
Let's face it....project success (or failure) can be dramatically impacted by the project manager's ability to team effectively with key senior level stakeholders. This webinar will help you learn the critical rules for managing up that most of us wish we learned sooner.
For the past 15 years, the Scrum Master and Project Manager roles have coexisted well, especially in IT projects. From the very technical role that was part of the Software Development Team, the Scrum Master evolved into a new organizational role sometimes with a well-defined job description and with responsibilities that transcended the technical background from which it originated. Although the role was defined in the Scrum framework, the Scrum Master role is now present in other frameworks
"Y'all need to RSVP ASAP, so we know if that site is RFI or not! I mean, that's like PMP101, you got me?" Because communication is paramount in Project Management, it is crucial for all stakeholders to understand your message. This webinar will expose participants to a variety of cultures - how we perceive them and how they perceive us. The presenter will share his own experience and the challenges he faced as a project manager in various countries in Europe and Africa. This presentation will provide the cultural diversity awareness necessary to better lead team members.