The Pareto Chart is a simple yet powerful tool that allows one to distinguish between the critical few and trivial many. While this is a quality tool, it can be used by any project team for any project type. Microsoft Excel currently does not have built-in functionality to create a Pareto Chart; this Excel template has an in-built macro that can generate a Pareto chart with just a click of a button.
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During this webinar, we will continue the review of this quarter's book, Project Management in Practice, 5th edition, to provide advice on how to use the book as a resource to assist with the development of project management curriculum, one of our core development themes.
Join us online and get critical insights into how Leadership Culture that is created on a Project is helpful for forceful advancement and implementation of desired outcomes. This guidance will be valuable to all team members, and particularly team leads, who must learn skills and adapt leadership approaches to explore issue resolutions. See how practicing and taking corrective actions throughout project progression adds value in inter-relationships, cohesiveness and in building trust. Link to webinar recording:
With today’s challenging economic environment and ever more competitive business landscape, it is increasingly important that we make the right choices regarding where to invest our project dollars to maximize the benefits realized from those investments. By following a structured approach to project portfolio management, we can ensure that we are spending our project dollars on the right activities and caring appropriately for those investments.
This webinar demonstrates the relevance of project management in the healthcare domain, especially in patient’s disease management ,by conceptualizing it as a project . It also compares patient’s disease management activities and processes in conjunction with the principles of project management and its processes. By conceptualizing patient care as a project and applying the best practices enunciated in the PMBOK , project-oriented and well-managed patient care triggers a successful cure, rewards all parties involved and instills some wonderful memories.
Part 2 of our Webinar series continues the demonstration of the relevance of project management in the healthcare domain, especially in patient’s disease management by conceptualizing it as a project . It also compares patient’s disease management activities and processes in conjunction with the principles of project management and its processes. By conceptualizing patient care as a project and applying the best practices enunciated in the PMBOK , project-oriented and well-managed patient care triggers a successful cure, rewards all parties involved and instills some wonderful memories.
Whether you are a Project Manager, QA Developer or even an Executive Sponsor, this is your webinar to discover how global companies are implementing large-scale agile transformation projects – by factoring in the people-side of change throughout the journey!
What best describes you: Analytical, Amiable, Expresive or Driver? You think you know, but you have no idea. A companion to the So, What's Your Style? Presentation, this questionnaire will help you determine what your primary and secondary style is under normal and stressful situations.
The COVID-19 crisis has severely disrupted our work lives. While this too shall pass, the world is certainly not going to reset to pre-pandemic times. Our lives and the way we manage projects will settle into a new normal. Delivering success in the new normal will require proactive, ethical, and inspirational leadership. How do you lead team members who are largely working from home? How will you ensure cohesion and collaboration? How do you appreciate and inspire your team? This extremely engaging session presents seven practical, proven strategies for leadership success. You'll also get the chance to share your own winning moves with other attendees. Join us to learn, share, network and succeed!