We can’t take our leadership practices for granted, and we can’t assume that every project will require the same leadership skills as the last one. Instead, be purposeful and create a leadership navigation plan for your next project. Here’s a use case to help.
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In the first installment of a multi-part series on building effective innovation teams, we look at the first two important steps: removing organizational friction (from resources to rewards to leadership) and assembling a cross-functional team that balances five key factors, including experience, size and interdependence.
Nonstop e-mails, endless meetings, and 24-7 connectedness are crippling our ability to think, focus, solve problems and do the deep work that organizations need to stay competitive. Here are eight recommendations to help you and your teams regain focus.
Experience in the delivery of programs and projects addressing many aspects of emerging technology disruption is virtually non-existent. How will you manage the delivery of these strategic initiatives that include new and unfamiliar technologies?
In 2020, with so much happening, the Technology Update provides a targeted summary of the space and where it is all headed. This year, the technologies covered artificial intelligence, robotics, 3D printing and the Internet of Things (IOT) & Bodies (IOB).
A clean rear view mirror makes you a better driver. Are you making use of yours? Teams of 5 or 25, in Agile or traditional set-up, new to agile or in this for years - they all stop once in a while to look back and plan ahead. But not all get the magic results they expect. This webinar is about maximizing the effect of your retrospectives - how often to have them, how to set them up, how to make them useful and constructive. The presenter will review how to avoid hours of complaining or another meeting people try to get out of. It is about retrospectives people actually WANT to attend, about behaviors from real teams that made it and from some that didn't.
Use this Excel sheet to register stakeholders for your project, including requirements, expectations, engagement classification, interest, influence and more!
This daily report is geared toward construction subcontractors to log activities, workforce, activities, materials, weather and more. Adapt to fit your project needs.
Statdash is a communication tool for working with team members on activities, tasks or projects and visually sharing statuses with clients or stakeholders. It eliminates the frustration of continually tracking down team members to get their status.
Join fellow chapter leaders and PMI staff for a discussion around the knowledge and insight you need to help you maximize the performance of your chapter and give you confidence to be successful in your new role. Attend the 2-hour, live, interactive virtual event that best meets your needs: Tuesday, 18 February, 12:00-2:00 p.m. EST (UTC -5) Wednesday, 19 February, 12:00-2:00 p.m. CET (UTC +1) Thursday, 20 February, 12:00-2:00 p.m. HKT (UTC +8) During the event we will reflect on how PMI chapters deliver PMI’s global strategy locally and gain perspective on how to advance the practice of project, program and portfolio management. Learn about chapter leader expectations from the perspective of your many stakeholders; key resources and support available to you in your leadership role; and gain an understanding of your responsibility to serve your membership and chapter.