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Lazy Days

by Bob Weinstein

Are you becoming lazy and apathetic about your career? Take a deep breath and fasten your seatbelts...this story could be a bumpy ride...

LDLM Consulting-Agile Project Management

I am a one-person training department with years of in-depth project management experience in the object-oriented world. I train in the traditional project management techniques as well as the newest project management methodologies such as PSP/TSP and RUP, Agile.

Le PCO: contrôleur du temps et des priorités

Feb 22, 2018 12:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
webinar

Je propose de présenter la valeur ajoutée du rôle du PCO dans le cadre de la réalisation d'un projet. De la phase de planification jusqu'à sa fermeture.

Le PMBOK 6

by Carl M Gilbert
PMI Montreal Chapter
February 03, 2017 | 63:55 | Views: 2,527 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.38 / 5

Quelques mois mois avant la sortie tant attendue du PMBOK 6th Edition, M. Gilbert présentera les grands défis, ainsi que les principaux changements apportés au référentiel international des connaissances de la gestion de projets. Cette conférence se veut idéale pour tout PMP désirant faire une mise à niveau avec le nouveau standard du PMBOK.

Lead and Get Out of the Way

by Bart Gerardi

Leaders in an agile organization serve their teams, not the other way around. They are committed to developing and supporting team members. They listen, trust and get out of the way — always in the name of creating greater value. Here’s how it looks and works in the trenches.

Lead From The Middle

by Dan Coughlin

Project managers are asked to lead wide-ranging teams and produce far-reaching results with little or no official authority. Consequently, their ability to lead is often directly related to their powers of persuasion. An executive coach offers four principles for influencing others, regardless of your title.

Lead Like It Matters

by Roxi Bahar Hewertson

Whether cutting wasteful meetings, addressing conflict, or better aligning decisions with business needs, every decision a leader makes will have ramifications. It is approach, attitude and skills that will determine if those choices are helpful or a hindrance. Here are four ways that you can create a positive ripple effect.

Lead Multi-Generation Teams

by Jennifer FitzPatrick

Age diversity in the workplace presents challenges in the areas of communication, expectations, work ethic and skills. Some of the most difficult situations involve managing a much older or younger staff. But it is also important to understand the perspective of team members who are reporting to a younger or older manager.

Lead the Way

by Dennis Sommer, PMP

Today's business challenges demand a lot from project managers, and leadership skills are at the top of the list. Evaluate how well you're doing when it comes to these 13 core leadership competencies. It's never too late to launch a self-development project.

Lead With A Story

by ProjectsatWork.com

Better than a slide presentation, a good story can inspire and instruct. For project leaders, the ancient art of storytelling is a neglected tool for explaining initiatives and motivating teams. And if you’re not sure you’ve got a story to tell or the ability to tell it, here are nine tips for overcoming the biggest barriers to getting started.

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