When we can appeal to people’s desire for meaning, and when we can support them to make valuable contributions to a worthwhile purpose, they will experience motivation beyond the economics that dwindle over time.
When one evaluates the project management body of knowledge, processes, procedures and common practice one cannot miss that the main focus and attention are placed on the planning processes. Most of PMI PMBOK is dedicated to planning processes, the project management process has only one step dedicated to execution and all the rest are planning steps.
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By Christian Bisson, PMP Machine learning is one of today’s hottest tech topics. It’s essentially a type of artificial intelligence (AI) in which you give your software the ability t ...
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I have 8+ years of experience in IT industry mainly into support. I have never directed or managed any projects, I was involved mostly in operations stuff, I want to be a Project Manager, so how do I ...
Risk Allocations Having a car insurance policy transfers cost liabilities for an accident from a driver to an insurance company. But it does not eliminate all risk and responsibility for the ...
When estimating feels like nothing more than a best (even educated) guess, how can you improve your project results? Great – or at least effective – estimating is something that can vastly ...
What does it take to be a good project manager? I would love to hear from all gurus ...
Only basically familiar with MS Project 2016 I wonder whether it can be used to calculate EVM. Should I attend a seminar? Thank you in advance. Hildegard ...
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Whether we call it Strategic Risk Management, Operational Risk Management or Enterprise Risk Management, they all share a common foundation of Risk Management and Mitigation actions with support from ...
変更管理に関する新しい視点は、プロジェクト管理者にとって重要な意味を持っています。 ステークホルダーのニーズを満たし、プロジェクト結果の提供を可能にする最良の方法は、それらを特定し、理解し、調整することです。 ここでは、プロジェクト管理者がプロジェクトをどのように導くかに影響を与える7つの変更管理傾向があります。
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Multiple project management methodologies and frameworks have been followed, with newer ones—some facing resistance depending on the degree of cultural challenges—being adopted by organizations. This article will look at some of today’s key PM methodologies and frameworks.
Endgames help to clear a path for specific outcomes—learning the micro to understand the macro. Projects are all about the finished product or service. How you get there starts with your determination of the endgame.
Project scheduling has long been formally defined in binary terms. It’s time to recognize and name the third form that combines the two: hybrid scheduling.
There are as many different definitions of the purpose of a PMO as there are colors in a rainbow. Has “PMO” become somewhat of a generic term? What can we do about that?
This webinar reveals practical concrete steps you can take to begin incorporating time-tested Agile practices that will help your team move the needle. Waterfall teams can adapt key Agile practices to improve agility without undergoing a full Agile transformation, enabling them to stay Waterfall or even adopt a hybrid Agile/Waterfall approach. You will leave with the knowledge and skills to begin adapting key Agile practices and taking your first steps toward Agile transformation.
The road to using artificial intelligence and big data in project management is not straightforward, and there is no need to make the full trip today. Projects are rich in data by nature and use technical, business, schedule, cost and additional types of data on a daily basis. However much of the data that's already in existence is either not being used, partially used or is hard to get to. The trick is not to use all the data available.
The key to employee retention is employee engagement. Employee engagement is mission critical when high turnover rates threaten productivity and innovation.
In this webinar Sally will bring exciting Creative, Innovative thinking to your role as a Project Manager. She will inspire you to put on new glasses, 3D, to view Performance, the Lifeline of projects as you have never seen previously. Just as Performing Artists create Standing Encore performances you can achieve this too by understanding and instigating the following methods which will be unpacked in this session.
Underperformance is a common threat to megaproject managers and the track record of cost and time overruns in these projects is well documented. While front end planning is important, not all events and scenarios can be foreseen when the project can take several years to complete and may involve many companies and stakeholders. In our research we find that the capacity to adapt to this uncertainty during the life of the project is crucial for megaproject performance but it is often overlooked as a capability.
This webinar dives into the world of project management technology. It explores what works, what doesn’t work and what needs to change if we’re going to use technology effectively. It looks at the barriers that exist within the technology, as well as the barriers that we often create within our organizations.
Running Successful Projects is Like Conducting an Orchestra: Six Things Symphony Music Directors Know About Project Management Leadership
Running successful projects is like conducting an orchestra. Symphony conductors have excellent project management and leadership skills. This webinar examines six project management skills Conductors use, and suggests tips to incorporate them into your own skills inventory.
April 2018 Book Club Q&A Closing Webinar – Collaboration Tools for Project Managers: How to Choose, Get Started and Collaborate with Technology
Closing Q&A webinar for April 2018 Book Club on Collaboration Tools for Project Managers: How to Choose, Get Started and Collaborate with Technology by Elizabeth Harrin.