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Boost Your Problem Solving: Leverage Mental Models For Success

Nov 17, 2016 12:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

We've all been in this situation: the project is falling behind schedule. Project team members come to you expecting answers. Vendors are late. There are numerous bugs in your code. How do you handle the situation? You need the ability to solve problems creatively. In this webinar, you will learn how to use mental models from multiple fields to solve problems faster.

Boosting Organisational Value through Smarter Portfolio Management

by Iain Fraser, Kimberly Johnson, Brian Cohn
October 21, 2020 | 48:47 | Views: 3,021 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.25 / 5

A topsy-turvy world requires thinking that challenges the status quo and seeks smarter ways of deploying the well-known portfolio management mantra of ‘doing the right things’. The world’s economies will struggle to recover from the global COVID pandemic, meaning organisations of all sizes will need to focus on well considered and planned activity and the selection of initiatives that provide the most business value towards business objectives and ultimately strategic goals. However, post pandemic factors will be at play that will limit achievement of success. This presentation offers perspectives and challenges together with some suggested solutions that should be considered and acted upon to maximise portfolio success. These will fire your imagination.

Bottom-Line Analysis

PREMIUM presentation

Some projects aren’t worth doing, and some are. The trick is to know the difference--in the bottom line.

Bottom-Up Cost Estimating Worksheet

PREMIUM deliverable
by Cynthia Snyder Dionisio

Bottom-up estimates are detailed estimates done at the work package level. Detailed information on the work package and other direct/indirect costs are used to determine the most accurate estimate possible. Use this worksheet to help you keep track.

Bottom-Up Cost Estimating Worksheet (Korean Translation)

PREMIUM deliverable
by Cynthia Snyder Dionisio

Bottom-up 견적은 작업 패키지 레벨에서 수행 된 상세한 견적입니다. 작업 패키지 및 기타 직접 / 간접 비용에 대한 자세한 정보는 가능한 가장 정확한 추정을 결정하는 데 사용됩니다. 이 워크 시트를 사용하여 추적 할 수 있습니다.

Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Venkata Sai Rambabu Potnuru

The Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Template is to estimate the cost of any portfolio, program or project by using the Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Technique. This template can be used in any type of industry. With the Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Technique, the overall cost of the project is estimated by breaking down the project into activities to the lowest level possible (similar to the Work Breakdown Structure). After considering the cost of each activity, the overall project cost is estimated.

Brain Leadership: How to Engage Employees through Neuroscience

by Nikolaos Dimitriadis
August 25, 2016 | 59:46 | Views: 3,450 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.99 / 5

For decades, leaders and managers have been trained to think and act on upon the assumption that employees and customers are rational beings. Motivational, organisational and structural approaches have been developed on the premise that people know what is good for them and that they behave accordingly. Therefore rewards, bonuses, job promotions as well as punishments have been designed to make sure people understand and achieve goals. However, there is strong scientific evidence that this approach is not just irrelevant but dangerous because it does not accept humans as they are: emotional, irrational and primarily focused on their survival. Management styles need to change and modern leaders have to reconsider their approach. This webinar provides both the evidence for the need to change and directions on how this should happen. Prepare for the holistic brain leader!

Brain Leadership: How to Engage Employees through Neuroscience

Aug 25, 2016 1:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

For decades, leaders and managers have been trained to think and act on upon the assumption that employees and customers are rational beings. Motivational, organisational and structural approaches have been developed on the premise that people know what is good for them and that they behave accordingly. Therefore rewards, bonuses, job promotions as well as punishments have been designed to make sure people understand and achieve goals. However, there is strong scientific evidence that this approach is not just irrelevant but dangerous because it does not accept humans as they are: emotional, irrational and primarily focused on their survival. Management styles need to change and modern leaders have to reconsider their approach. This webinar provides both the evidence for the need to change and directions on how this should happen. Prepare for the holistic brain leader!

Brain Reprogramming for Success in Change

Jul 8, 2015 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

The on-demand video will be delayed due to technical difficulties with the recording. Neuroplasticity is the function that the brain has to create new pathways and synapses, allowing us to transform our life, learning new things and navigate through change. Otherwise said, we can reprogram our brain to change our behaviors, our life to overcome our brain basic ‘survival’ function that causes us to resist change. Join us to learn how to reprogram your brain and set yourself up for success!

Brainstorm with Mind Maps to create a WBS for Legal Projects

by Mark Lassiter, Amanda Panagakis
November 03, 2011 | 45:39 | Views: 281 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.86 / 5

Mark and Amanda will conduct a real time, hypothetical ‘Brainstorming Session’ using mind map software to identify the Summary Tasks and things to do to prepare for the defense of the matter on behalf of the fictitious insurance company defendant. They’ll then instantly then convert the resulting Mind Map Summary Tasks into a WBS in MS Project, and then ‘flesh out’ these Summary Tasks using pre-existing litigation activity templates developed by them for use in their project plan

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