This author revisits one of the most famous moments in movie history to uncover valuable leadership lessons for today's project managers.
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L'objectif principal d'un programme de qualité est de permettre aux étudiants d'acquérir et de développer les connaissances, les compétences et les valeurs pour mener une carrière significative et productive. Un programme de qualité maximise le potentiel d'amélioration de l'apprentissage. Un curriculum de bonne qualité est...
This course provides participants with a practical, indepth understanding of datawarehousing theories, concepts and project management.
During the Control Stage of your project, maintain performance of your virtual team by using formal techniques for reassessment of team work rules. It's that or get plenty of practice for your IT Firefighter Certification.
The most widely used facilitation technique. The most effective workshop facilitator asks questions to:
Companies are looking for new hiring measures and standards. And with a lingering sluggish economy, headhunters and HR professionals have been seriously looking at candidates’ character as a barometer of competence.
Companies are looking for new hiring measures and standards. With a lingering sluggish economy, headhunters and HR professionals have been seriously looking at candidates’ character as a barometer of competence--and social networking sites are giving them plenty to consider.
A new global survey indicates disparities in the measurement and effectiveness of PMOs, leaving their value a great unknown.
This technique allows for collecting a large amount of data in a short period of time. There are two types of questions that may be used: "close-ended," where the responses to questions are provided in multiple choice or scale format, and "open-ended," where the respondents are encouraged to speak freely with no structure.
Good questions produce good answers — and better project results. But sometimes there’s more than one right answer or solution to a problem. Here are two simple techniques for project managers — one for asking better questions and the other for analyzing the full impact of a potential solution. [3 min., 46 sec.]