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How Shift Happens

from Change Thinking posted by Daryl Conner on

“Rather than being an interpreter, the scientist who embraces a new paradigm is like the man wearing inverting lenses.” ~Thomas Kuhn “Paradigm shift.” How many times have y ...

Career Optimization for PM Practitioners

by Devanand Ramcharan
October 30, 2013 | 45:51 | Views: 2,733 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 6.36 / 7

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.

What’s Next for Complex Project and Program Mgt? Session 1

by Aaron Shenhar
June 05, 2013 | 63:50 | Views: 437 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.10 / 7

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.

First impressions count

from SOUNDING OFF posted by bob weinstein on

            Like they say, first impressions count. They count on the organizational stage, and they count ever more on the political stage because of the visibility factor. Barak Obama hasn’t ...

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