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Columbia: Legacy and Lessons Learned takes you back in time on a journey to 2003 as Columbia returns from its ill-fated 28th mission into space. Experience the emotional and physical recovery from the STS-107 accident and engage in an extensive conversation on an array of powerful lessons on Project Leadership and Team Building that Columbia teaches us today.
Leadership in Times of Uncertainty will expose past, present and future world disasters and transformations that trigger the necessity of capable people (leaders) to manage change and ambiguity during and after crisis. Not everyone is born a leader, but anyone can become one. The presentation will challenge the audience to question themselves, “What do I need to do to become a leader?”.
Leading through a crisis can be brutal. Your team is dealing with uncertainty, stress and duress. In this insightful and energized presentation, Kris Boesch weaves valuable content, enlightening stories and tangible tools to create “social super glue” that is foundational to holding a team together in crisis.
Value is a central element to projects, programs and portfolios, but few organizations know how to consistently deliver value, especially in today’s VUCA context where transient competitive advantage is essential. This session will address how to set a value index and use it to prioritize business initiatives, not only on their alignment to objectives, but also on their achievability, or overall risk using value as a ratio between benefits realization (alignment) and risk optimization (achievability).
Empathy is the most underrated (yet most powerful) skill needed in the workplace today. Understanding and sharing the feelings of others requires more than just voicing your thoughts and opinions, it also involves active listening skills for you to provide the appropriate level of support needed. Join us for an empathy mapping session to help find the right balance of cognitive, emotional, and compassionate empathy you can use to develop stronger bonds in the workplace.
Artificial intelligence (AI) tools for project management are now available, and we need to understand how to apply them to the project processes to get the greatest value. This is a practical session that explains machine learning capability in simple terms and then provides several examples of how they can be applied to projects. Implementing these tools requires knowledge about the technology as well as a good strategy.
Is the project management role at your company perceived as an administrative function, limited to project reporting and monitoring? Would you like to shift the view of your role as project manager to that of an enabler of your organization’s vision and strategy? The project management role can be the key to strategy realization, but there are three critical areas a project manager must master to be perceived as a strategic enabler. Through shared experiences from the University of Rochester Medical Center's IT Strategy & Innovation department, you will begin thinking about how to make your own strategic mindset shift.
Whether it's sponsors "blessing and abdicating," end users "resisting," or project team members not following through with their accountabilities, as a project manager you grapple with challenging stakeholder behaviors every day. Join us to learn the positive intent behind seemingly difficult behaviors and what you as a project manager can do to turn them around to have a constructive impact, build relationships, and get results for your projects.
Project management practitioners and students know the mechanisms that drive change. As a professional who cares about giving back to your community, you can add value with a few simple steps. The path involves being willing to help others, acknowledging your strengths and skills, exploring opportunities for service, and deciding to volunteer. Come discover how easy and powerful this can be, learn what non-profits look for, and create your personal roadmap to start your own volunteer journey.