Dr. Kanabar continues his series on PMbok knowledge areas
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Dr. Vijay Kanabar continues his series of webinars on PM Basics with a discussion on the Excuting phase of the project management lifecycle
In this series, we’re exploring the implications of Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey, by following the story of a fictitious change practitioner named Sara. In my last post, w ...
After three-and-a-half decades of being a professional change practitioner, I’ve seen my share of successful and unsuccessful attempts to generate enough commitment to reach full realization. If ...
Teachable moments are formed when you have done something--regardless of the outcome--and learned from the experience. Learning makes us better at what we do and provides a great opportunity to develop others and sharpen skills. We’ve compiled our best Teachable Moments from our community members for you to learn from and share with other project managers. In this installment, a reluctant leader takes charge.
This is the first of five webinars for new practitioners interested in visually understanding the processes described in the PMBOK® Guide — Fourth Edition. We’ll use a case study that is richly embedded with illustrations of tools, techniques and templates.
By Conrado Morlan, PMP, PgMP, PfMP “Everyone can be my teacher.” —Alfonso Bucero, PMI-RMP, PMP, PMI Fellow After a two-year absence from PMI® Global Congress&mdas ...
This session provides straightforward, experience-based advice on how to build a career in project management, in light of the typical opportunities in the profession and the realities of current economic circumstances globally. The session will be of value both to people new to the field, and to very experienced practitioners as well.
In this series, we’re exploring the implications of Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey through the eyes of Sara, a fictitious change practitioner struggling to find who she is a ...
We present Strategic Project Leadership (SPL), which was built on the foundation of traditional project management during twenty years of research and work with corporations, dozens of studies and five PhD dissertations. SPL helps organizations deal with their projects in a flexible and adaptive way, and focus their projects on business results by creating value, competitive advantage, and winning in the marketplace. This integrated, industry-proven, and PMI award-winning approach combines the business-related needs, the operational aspects of getting the job done, and the leadership perspective of inspiring and motivating the team. We use lessons from several famous AD programs to show how project leaders can integrate Strategic Project Leadership into their current practices by building new skills on top of the PMP and the PMBOKGuide areas.