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In the Flow: I am the creator and destroyer of worlds, and so are you

by George Simons
November 27, 2012 | 78:59 | Views: 696 | PDUs: 1.25 | Rating: 4.13 / 5

How can we understand culture in non-essentialist ways, avoiding neocolonial liabilities and labels, while at the same time recognizing the flow of discourse that blends our collective and individual experience? How we can use culture to peacefully cohabit the planet? We will pursue these questions by training ourselves to listen to the flow of discourse in and around us, identifying the primitive and prevailing conversations and the streams of discourse that construct the realities we choose to live in. We will appreciate culture as the flow of conscious and unconscious, the story telling, interpretative and map-making process that creates such fantasies as the nation state, the economy and empirical science

Incident Activity Log

PREMIUM deliverable
by Elok Robert Tee

There are many ways to record what has happened in a day. This Excel workbook records activities/events/incidents as they occur throughout a workday. At the end of the day, the diary is updated to an Incidence Log for review at the end of a period

Inclusionist Leadership Behavior for PMs - Repeat

by Simma Lieberman
May 23, 2012 | 79:08 | Views: 656 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.14 / 5

This webinar will focus on inclusive behaviours that will help project managers be more effective as leaders of diverse teams. This may include communication styles, culture, work styles, ethnicity, gender, etc. When it comes to managing projects and teams to achieve desired outcomes, philosophy and theories of diversity and inclusion are not enough. We have to define the behaviours that project managers need to practice in order to fully engage each individual, and ensure that the team is in snyc with each other. By knowing how to include other people, uncover and leverage their skills, you can get more done, in less time, with less stress.

Increase Knowledge Retention through Agile Techniques

by Helen Uzamere
September 28, 2020 | 61:17 | Views: 6,309 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.40 / 5

Educators are continually searching for techniques to improve knowledge retention, especially during the pandemic. Research shows that poor knowledge retention exists because teaching typically follows a traditional waterfall approach, which studies show to be ineffective. The “learn and forget” style of rote learning should be discouraged. Employers are frustrated as they find themselves retraining new hires on concepts that should have been learned in schools. Employing agile techniques in pedagogical practices increases knowledge retention. Delivering a course in order of importance, with constant stakeholder collaboration, and adapting the delivery based on feedback increases learning and knowledge retention. Also, educators should use a test-driven development approach with continuous planning and frequent feedback to improve learning and satisfaction.

Increase Knowledge Retention through Agile Techniques

Sep 28, 2020 1:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Educators are continually searching for techniques to improve knowledge retention, especially during the pandemic. Research shows that poor knowledge retention exists because teaching typically follows a traditional waterfall approach, which studies show to be ineffective. The “learn and forget” style of rote learning should be discouraged. Employers are frustrated as they find themselves retraining new hires on concepts that should have been learned in schools. Employing agile techniques in pedagogical practices increases knowledge retention. Delivering a course in order of importance, with constant stakeholder collaboration, and adapting the delivery based on feedback increases learning and knowledge retention. Also, educators should use a test-driven development approach with continuous planning and frequent feedback to improve learning and satisfaction.

Indicadores e KPIs como Suporte na Gestão de um PMO

by Maria Angélica Castellani
November 24, 2015 | 50:00 | Views: 390 | PDUs: 0.75 | Rating: 4.28 / 5

Definir indicadores que mostrem o desempenho de um PMO para atender as expectativas dos stakeholders ou alavancar mudanças organizacionais, passa a ser a principal ferramenta para mostrar e monitorar seu valor, justificar sua existência e fomentar seu crescimento. O estabelecimento e a gestão de indicadores de desempenho são vitais para que um PMO possa analisar e manter sua proposta de agregar valor para a organização.

Indicadores y KPIs como soporte a la gestión de una PMO

by María Angélica Castellani
December 01, 2015 | 50:26 | Views: 2,227 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.16 / 5

Este webinar muestra los objetivos de las PMOs en los ambientes organizacionales de hoy en día, definiendo las funciones para que se logre entregar valor real, y haciendo un cambio en los paradigmas de monitoreo y seguimiento a través de la gestión de indicadores y KPIs.

Influence and Lateral Leadership Across Cultures

by Yadvinder Rana
June 03, 2015 | 61:55 | Views: 4,739 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.32 / 5

Modern leaders and managers increasingly recognize the importance of being able to influence people over whom they don’t have formal authority. Because authority is becoming an ambiguous concept, contemporary leaders can no longer simply tell others what to do.

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