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Developing a (Peer) Coaching Practice Within Your Workplace

Aug 31, 2017 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Peer coaching is a confidential process through which two or more professional colleagues work together to reflect on current practices; expand, refine, and build new skills; share ideas; teach one another; or solve problems in the workplace. When used effectively, peer coaching can be a powerful tool for individuals exploring issues and challenges more deeply and it likely to develop stronger ideas, actions, and goals. This webinar will introduce the concept of peer coaching, explore the coaching model, and how to develop a coaching practice within your workplace.

Developing a PM Standard for your Organization

by Francine DiMicele 
May 13, 2014 | 60:11 | Views: 1,198 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.03 / 5

In this session, you will learn about the best practices and key elements to help develop a Project Management Standard for your organization. Learn about the importance in identifying the business needs, objectives, and benefits to align more easily with your stakeholders.

Developing a Schedule

PREMIUM presentation

If developing a schedule were easy, no project manager would ever have a problem with it. This presentation serves as a guide to the key points that must be mastered to develop realistic project schedules.

Developing an Information Systems Strategic Plan

PREMIUM presentation
by Michael Wood

The ulimate goal of any organization is to keep its stakeholders happy. That's how you thrive in business. This presentation explains how you can design your IS function to uphold the objectives of the organization in meeting this most important goal.

Developing and Commercializing Biologics in Emerging Markets

by Michael Blank
June 28, 2011 | 45:40 | Views: 213 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.19 / 5

The development and commercialization of immune-modulating biologics present unique challenges for global launches. This is especially true in emerging markets where experience with these agents may be limited. While use of similar agents already may be present in a given country or region, often a lack of internal company expertise can hamper the rapidity and efficiency of bringing biologics to the market. An apparent hesitancy to move into emerging markets on the part of the project team can be perceived locally as mistrust. This sense of mistrust is compounded by cultural differences. This talk will outline the challenges faced by project teams in launching these unique molecules into new markets and will give practical advice on how to anticipate these potential rifts and guide teams to overcome the obstacles encountered.

Developing and Maintaining the Performance Measurement Baseline(PMB)

by Gary Humphreys
March 07, 2012 | 45:35 | Views: 571 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.24 / 5

To be able to adequately determine the schedule and cost status on a project, a well-conceived Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) must be developed. Organizing, scheduling, and applying the proper resources needed to accomplish the work are essential to building and subsequently maintaining a PMB.

Developing The Sponsor Relationship

by Bruce Harpham
January 13, 2016 | 60:12 | Views: 2,816 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.67 / 5

In this webinar, you will learn how to work effectively with your project sponsor to achieve success. You will learn how to interact with the sponsor through the project lifecycle: initiation, execution and closing.

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