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PMI Global Congress 2016—EMEA

May 9-11, 2016 | Barcelona, Spain

Bringing together hundreds of project, program and portfolio managers from around the world, PMI Global Congress 2016 – EMEA provides three days of unparalleled professional development and networking. Congress enhances personal skill sets, empowering leaders to drive strategic organizational objectives through the advocacy and advancement of the profession. Innovative keynotes challenge the status quo, industry experts deliver actionable solutions and peer driven content offers real-world insight into today’s evolving project and business challenges.

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Sneak Peek Webinars

Sneak Peek into PMI Global Congress 2016-EMEA–Change Management

by Gina Abudi, Simona Bonghez, Hossam Eid kandeel
March 30, 2016 | 57:19 | Views: 9,473 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.61 / 5

An Inside Look at Change Management Sessions at PMI® Global Congress 2016-EMEA Join us for a panel discussion on Change Management in PPPM and get a glimpse into some of the key themes to be presented in this content area at PMI Global Congress 2016 –EMEA. In this webinar presenters will discuss tools and techniques to gain and increase the commitment of the change team and best practices for leading the team toward an effective change. If any of these topics resonate, register now to listen in on the discussion.

Sneak Peek into PMI Global Congress 2016-EMEA–Business Analysis

by Cheryl Lee, Giancarlo Duranti, Manon Deguire, Dayle Beyer
March 22, 2016 | 57:42 | Views: 9,644 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.97 / 5

An Inside Look at Business Analysis in Sessions at PMI® Global Congress 2016-EMEA Join us for a panel discussion on Business Analysis in PPPM and get a glimpse into some of the key themes to be presented in this content area at PMI Global Congress 2016 –EMEA.

Sneak Peek into PMI Global Congress 2016-EMEA–Communications Management

by Penny Pullan, Thomas Juli, Carla Fair-Wright, Tara McCallum, Evi Prokopi
March 23, 2016 | 58:56 | Views: 10,731 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.96 / 5

An Inside Look at Communications Management Sessions at PMI® Global Congress 2016-EMEA Join us for a panel discussion on Communications Management in PPPM and get a glimpse into some of the key themes to be presented in this content area at PMI Global Congress 2016 –EMEA.

Meet the Speakers

EMEA Congress 2016 – Meet the Speaker: Elizabeth Harrin

by Elizabeth Harrin

If you are attending EMEA Congress, join Elizabeth’s panel discussion Next Generation Project Management: Digitalisation and Collaboration on Wednesday 11 May 2016 at 11:45. Digitalisation is prompting PPPM leaders to rethink their approaches to project portfolio management, including the tools they use to support them. Industry panelists will discuss similarities and differences among traditional and emerging project management tools, and how to integrate them in a whole and consistent project management information system.

EMEA Congress 2016 – Meet the Speaker: Kristina Kohl

by Kristina Kohl

If you are attending Congress, join Kristina on Wednesday 11 May at 14:00 for Closing the Gap between Sustainable Strategy and Implementation and learn about drivers of misalignment between strategic sustainability, vision, organisational adoption, and solutions to improve portfolio component success. Gain insight from case studies, project plans, and stories from project managers who have undertaken programmes and projects to embed sustainability within their organisations. Learn about tools and techniques to more effectively manage portfolios, programmes, and projects to promote adoption and integration of sustainable strategy across the organisation. Make your next sustainability project a success!

Speaker Content

Develop Your Change Intelligence

by Barbara Trautlein
June 17, 2014 | 62:02 | Views: 853 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.11 / 5

As a Project, Program, or Portfolio Manager your career success hinges on your ability to lead successful and sustainable change. Yet, the harsh reality is that 70% of major organizational changes fail to meet their mission-critical objectives. In this webinar, you'll learn how to build your Change Intelligence to achieve impactful and lasting results for your organization, team and career. We'll explore the distinction between Change Management and Change Leadership, how to lead the people side of change and reframe resistance from your enemy to your ally, and the "triple enablers" to leverage for change. Change Intelligence is a competency that can be measured and developed just like any other leadership skill. Join us and learn how!



Avoid the Three Major Mistakes of Organizational-Wide Change

by Barbara Trautlein
June 19, 2013 | 62:00 | Views: 231 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.07 / 5

Today’s organizations are constantly under pressure to execute change. Nearly 70 percent of changes fail, by some estimates, resulting in financial loss and employee cynicism. As a portfolio, program or project manager, your career progress hinges on your ability to lead successful and sustainable change.


Managing risk in innovation projects

by David Hillson
October 29, 2012 | 64:27 | Views: 341 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.02 / 5

This presentation shows how risk management can support innovation projects by focusing on both upside opportunities as well as downside threats. The Innovation Ecocyle is introduced as a framework to address both exploration and learning, and the role of risk management in supporting both loops of the Innovation Ecocyle is explained. Practical approaches are presented showing how the risk process allows us to find innovative opportunities, pick the real winners, and make it happen. Discover how a simple integrated risk process can help to stop things going wrong in your innovation projects, as well as help things go right.


Integrating Earned Value with Risk Management

by David Hillson
April 10, 2013 | 72:49 | Views: 202 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.85 / 5

Previous attempts to link EVM and RM have been rather theoretical. This presentation offers practical guidelines, showing how to use risk information to improve the earned value baseline and future predictions, and demonstrating how earned value can be used to improve risk process effectiveness. EVM and RM practitioners will discover how to work together to create real benefit for their projects and organisations, using the combined strengths of these two powerful approaches.


How To Manage Risks You Didn’t Know You Were Taking

by David Hillson
November 19, 2014 | 60:10 | Views: 1,988 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.41 / 5

Project risk covers more than uncertain future events. If you don’t recognise all the risks you end up taking them with your eyes shut. Find out what you're missing, and discover the other types of risk that affect your project, together with practical strategies for addressing them.



PMXPO 2015: 10 Ways to Market Your Project

by Elizabeth Harrin
April 30, 2015 | 60:01 | Views: 9,944 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.01 / 5

How do you communicate project status and raise the profile of your project? This presentation will give you 10 tips for making the people who matter care about your project.


Sustainability Strategy adds Value, Engagement and Power

by Kristina Kohl
September 25, 2014 | 58:09 | Views: 396 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.93 / 5

Join Kris to learn how Sustainable Strategy adds Value, Engagement and Power. Gain new skills in how to assess your organizational readiness to adopt sustainable strategy including a better understanding of the different stages of the sustainability journey. Join Kris to learn how Sustainable Strategy adds Value, Engagement and Power. Gain new skills in how to assess your organizational readiness to adopt sustainable strategy including a better understanding of the different stages of the sustainability journey. Learn how to engage the Board and the C Suite through demonstrating alignment between sustainable strategy and business value creation.

Being Ethical is Profitable

by Alankar Karpe

Ethics, as a term, is often misunderstood and some companies falsely believe that being ethical is an expensive practice that causes the organization to forego profits. This article explains why being ethical is a good long-term growth strategy that can command a premium from customers and help your company outpace competitors.


Ethics @ Work

by Alankar Karpe

Following ethics standards and maintaining an ethical workplace culture makes perfect business sense. The author outlines the steps toward establishing corporate ethics and why instilling and maintaining a strong code of ethics in workplace culture is a long-term investment.


The Money Files

by Elizabeth Harrin

A blog that looks at all aspects of project and program finances from budgets and accounting to getting a pay rise and managing contracts.


5 Testing Mistakes to Avoid

by Elizabeth Harrin

You can’t love every part of your job. However, not loving testing can have consequences. Specifically, by focusing a teeny bit less on testing than she probably should have, this PM made her fair share of mistakes in the past. Here are five that you can easily avoid.


The Voice of Project Managers on Sustainability Projects and Requirements

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by Tom Baker, Pedro Echeverria, Kristina Kohl

The central finding of this report is that organizations have adopted sustainability strategically and are executing sustainability initiatives, but their project managers do not have the resources they need to competently manage this process. Their challenges range from project methodology gaps to specific needs in achieving organizational change. This report was not produced or vetted by the PMI Market Research Team. It reflects the results of a survey conducted by leading members of the ProjectManagement.com community who are concerned about project management sustainability.


A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skillful Sailor: Committing the Change Team

by Simona Bonghez

When a project induces an organizational change and we must manage the change team, it may turn into an exercise in masochism. Being equipped with technical project management tools and techniques is not enough. What else do you need? Here we approach the border of psychology and explore team dynamics theories.


Green Project Management (GPM)

by Tareq A. Al Behairi

The Green Project Management is the foundation knowledge,processes and initiatives that embodies the commitment of a project management professional to act as an agent of change to manage and direct efforts to maximize sustainability within the project life cycle, improve the construct and delivery of goods and services produced as a project deliverable, and thoroughly considering and accounting for environmental impacts in the project management roles assigned using measurable standards . GPM is a sustainability-centered methodology aim to undergo the change by delivering : 1. Advancing awareness of responsible management practices in support sustainable development on a global scale. 2.Supporting the adoption and implementation of the UN Global Compact’s ten principles 3.Providing products and services that provide business value through the integration of sustainable methods into the projects. GBM hopefully provide a sustainable approaches to portfolio, program, and project management by improving delivery capability without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.


Organizational Agility 2015: Hyperagile Organizations Seen From the Inside

by Yves Cavarec, Christophe Baillon
September 15, 2015 | 61:14 | Views: 501 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.96 / 5

Modern organizations are made to be bold, stable, efficient, and most of all, predictable. Modern organizations are not built for change. Hyperagile organizations are made for the turbulent world of today. In hyperagile organizations, decision making is faster, because it is decentralized. Production is not necessarily lean; instead, highly engaged employees use their judgment and ideas to do what is best for the customer.

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