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Taking It to the Top

by Richard Lepsinger

Leaders in top-performing companies are capable in four areas — managing paradoxes, leading change, participative leadership, and leading by example. But even the best leaders need help from operational systems that balance, coordinate and align responsibilities, skills and strategy.

Taking On Project Demons

by Eric Bergman

In navigating your way through a haunted house of overzealous stakeholders, zombie spreadsheets, Frankenstein systems and other project management nightmares, you might take some inspiration from popular demon hunters.

Taking organizations beyond the PMO's: The CPO and the EVM

by José Ângelo da Costa Pinto
August 27, 2013 | 62:10 | Views: 158 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.90 / 5

PMO’s that fail to deliver business value usually have lack of organizational support. Not defining the tangible results with a consistent time line or not having de facto power over projects, teams, processes or organizational enablers or PNO’s that do not address the portfolio management processes are quick ways to make PMO’s little more than administrative offices for projects. For the organization to survive and prosper, it is mandatory to choose the right projects and programs, which is more that to manage them rightly. But, reporting to a project director that is a manager of the project managers or to some functional manager that mostly wants administrative and cost issues solved is not a way to promote the strategic PMO’s. And the proper control system as to be in place, supported on solid, integrated and fully comparable methodology that EVM provides.

Taking our Project Management Careers to the Next Level

by David Barrett, Ravi Avasarala
September 23, 2020 | 60:14 | Views: 10,583 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.64 / 5

The project management field out there is pretty crowded out there. Its no longer enough to be just really good at what you do. You have to be more. It’s no longer build it on time, on scope and budget. You have to add value over and above the normal requirements of project managers. So how do we add value? How do we stand out in the crowd? How do we get recognized in this very crowded field? Our speaker will get us thinking about what we can do to innovate our careers and get to the next level.

Taking our Project Management Careers to the Next Level

Sep 23, 2020 11:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
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The project management field out there is pretty crowded out there. Its no longer enough to be just really good at what you do. You have to be more. It’s no longer build it on time, on scope and budget. You have to add value over and above the normal requirements of project managers. So how do we add value? How do we stand out in the crowd? How do we get recognized in this very crowded field? Our speaker will get us thinking about what we can do to innovate our careers and get to the next level.

Taking Over a Failing Project

by Anand Thiagarajan, PMP

Continuing to develop a failing project is a big challenge. Improving the environment and culture to ensure successful delivery requires integrating the bottom-up approach from a small task level with a top-down orientation of strategic management. Learn how to diagnose failure and implement useful techniques.

Taking Over an Ailing Project

by Stephanie Jaeger

Have you ever been asked to take over an ailing project—one that was close to failing and completely off track? A few simple steps can help you get off to a good start with your team and all stakeholders.

Taking Requirements Offshore

by Vijay Sankaran

The importance of clear and detailed requirements during the offshoring efforts is critical to success. Without well-documented requirements, the promise of strong financial benefits from offshoring can quickly erode.

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