Part two of a two-part series. Attendees will use real life examples to practice spotting strengths and will walk away with practical tools to use when working with stakeholders, team-members, sponsors and people outside their workplace too!
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This presentation assumes the following hypothesis: Learning is the Bottleneck of Software Development and Delivery, and asks the question “what is keeping us from learning effectively?” This presentation is about those things that are in our way every single day which we cannot see or touch and that make us uncomfortable to even consider.
Do you like change? Most of us don't - especially when it's forced upon us. However, we all recognize that change is inevitable - especially in project management. Project Managers Olaf Lewitz and Michael Sahota will teach you new ways of how to help your team adjust to change and getting them to work with you rather than against you. When we are inviting, we take a risk. And we take a chance. That is compelling, and creates momentum, drives engagement. We increase capacity available to our endeavour not just within our own context but also within the people who make the choice to join and help us. Attendees will learn about how to invite team members to engage with you rather than directing and ordering and learn practical tips on how to get your team engaged more effectively.
How to tell whether a project is ethically questionable.-- Consider immediate, short and long-term consequences.-- Ethical ways to handle a morally questionable project.-- Refuse to participate-- Participate but change-- Report (internally or externally) -- Mustering personal courage-- Balancing interests-- Living a principled life-- Inspirational examples
This document can be used to keep track of any issues that arise during the project. It is advisable to keep track of such issues, especially if they can not be solved quickly, or if many issues arise in a short time. Also, it is recommendable not to remove any documented issues once they are solved.
The issue management process is fundamental to the successful delivery of the project. It ensures that each issue identified within the project environment is documented, prioritized and resolved within an appropriate timeframe. Use this document as a framework to identify, document, prioritize and resolve your project's issues.
Use this form to formally identify, track and resolve an issue related to a project. Complete directions are included.
The recent release of the Realtime Publisher’s eBook - The Executive Guide to Improving Your Business through IT Portfolio Management - has brought the IT Portfolio Management model to the forefront in suggesting ways to transform IT into becoming a driving force for corporate growth. This webinar further explores the eBook.