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Get Executives To Act For Project Success

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by Michael O'Brochta, PMI-ACP, PMP, Rick Morris 

Rick welcomes Michael O'Brochta back to the show announcing the release of his new book "How to Get Executives to Act for Project Success." Even world-class project managers will not succeed unless they get their executives to act for project success.

Get Extreme (Part 1)

by Luc K. Richard

Extreme Programming is a software development approach built on the premise that, when done right, the cost of changing software is constant. This two-part feature looks at the 12 practices of Extreme Programming.

Get Extreme (Part 2)

by Luc K. Richard

Extreme Programming is a software development approach built on the premise that, when done right, the cost of changing software is constant. This two-part feature looks at the 12 practices of Extreme Programming.

Get Ideas Into the Porfolio Process

by Andy Jordan

An organization’s ability to achieve its goals is dependent on many things, but nothing is more critical than selecting the right projects to deliver those goals, and that means you need the best candidates. How do you maximize the chances of that happening? Start with the ideas.

Get Inside Your Project’s Head

by Vicki Wrona, PMP

The OODA Loop is a concept used by military strategists and law enforcement to “get inside” an opponent’s decision-making cycle. Here’s how the technique can help to keep your projects in control — or to bring troubled initiatives back on track before it’s too late.

Get it Done! Applying Agile Methods to Life or Business

by Jesse Fewell
March 31, 2013 | 61:26 | Views: 1,132 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.00 / 5

For years now, agile methods have become the standard for software projects, helping companies deliver more product, faster, with higher quality. But what about the rest of us? What if I work in public utilities? What if I work in manufacturing, or the automotive field, or marketing campaigns? This cutting-edge webinar will reveal several case studies of unconventional uses of agile methods, along with some overarching principles and patterns to help you apply them to your own work, whether it be book publishing or personal fitness.

Get It Right the Last Time: Developing an Agile Attitude

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

The first thing agile project managers should do is work on their attitude about what it takes to succeed. This article shares examples of five agile attitudes.

Get IT Together

by Aaron Smith

To align projects with strategy, organizations need portfolio management tools that capture and distribute across the enterprise.

Get Me Outta Here!

by Miriam Ziemelis

So you've reached the breaking point? Or perhaps you are one of the many of us who has learned to "keep your eyes open" for new opportunities. Either way, you couldn't have picked a better time to begin your job search.

Get Out Of Line

by By Dr. Linda Seger

In spite of the different ways we can achieve a goal and manage a project, we are often asked to imitate, rather than innovate. Call it linear, competitive or hierarchical thinking, but by any name it’s probably not the best approach for managing projects — or living our lives. Collaborative or team thinking seeks to connect rather than separate the many working parts of a project.

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