What are the best practices for practitioners in Pharmaceutical project management?
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This webinar will summarize the factors that are characteristic of each work environment, explain the driving forces underlying the team members’ motives, and offer solutions that help you, as a project manager, to channel the team’s enthusiasm and maintain a high performing team.
9:00 - 10:00 am: The 5 Master Keys to Effective Performance Conversations: Simple Secrets to Building Trust & Commitment with Every Conversation 10:00 - 11:00 am: Personal Leadership for Project Managers
11:30-12:30pm:Project Risk Management—A Practical Approach for Improving Project Success 12:30-1:30pm New Directions and Innovations in Metrics-Based Project Management
2PM-3PM Managing Projects at or with CRO’s Successful Outsourcing – two case studies 3PM-4PM Project Portfolio Management Tools and techniques for optimal portfolio planning in drug development
The processes and deliverables associated with project management and the Research Project Management (RPM) role within the Pfizer Pharmatherapeutics Research Unit (PTxRU) have been mapped to the PMI PMBOK (4th Ed.) knowledge areas and process group framework in order to understand how current project management practice within the group align with accepted PMI practices and to identify potential gaps. Key project management activities and tools associated with project initiating, planning, executing, monitor and controlling and closing will be discussed. The process and tools and their role in scope, time, cost, quality, HR, communication, procurement and risk management will be described. Areas where the RPM role and responsibilities differs from PMBOK framework are noted
This webinar provides some of the “greatest hits” of the key learnings as captured by 2 members of a large pharma/medical products company. You will learn: - What is a strategic initiative and what are the success factors? - How can you sell a vision? - What are some tips for making faster and better decisions? - Why program management is not project management on steroids - How leaders work with ambiguity and conflict