In this webinar, Mark Mullaly leverages insight from research and current practice to identify what works in developing the value-added PMO. He explores what works and why it works, and helps to outline a framework and approach that any PMO or project services organization can adopt to ensure that its services effectively deliver value.
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In this webinar, Mark Mullaly steps back from the details to explore the essential principles that make project management work, and how to reconsider and reapply them in ways that make project management manageable. The webinar takes a look at what is optimal, and what can be optimized, to make project management the essential and value-added function it was always intended to be. If you're overwhelmed the project management challenge, step back, take a deep breath, and join us.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly reviews the challenges of current approaches to business case development. He provides a candid assessment of how business cases are being used today, where the challenges are, and what needs to change in the future. Most importantly, he offers concrete strategies to better present benefits and make the case for your project, and particularly how to evaluate and present the impact of intangible benefits. Invest in attending this webinar; it could have a tangible impact on your future success.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores the leadership challenges associated with the project management role. He identifies the critical leadership capabilities that are most valued by team members and most sought by executives. Most importantly, Mark identifies strategies and approaches to build, develop and continue to enhance our leadership capabilities. Leadership is what defines success. Join us and define your path to becoming a more successful leader.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly delves into the question of what makes a successful project manager. The presentation explores the traditional dimensions of success, and the implications and challenges that they represent. More importantly, it explores additional potential dimensions that may be important, and the impact these have on our organizations, our projects, our teams particularly ourselves. From this foundation, Mark suggests a way of rethinking about our personal scorecards as project managers, and what we may need to be more appropriately keeping front-and-centre as measures of success.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores how project management has evolved to date, and the current state of project management practice. In particular, he examines the forces and influences that are shaping project management, and the uncertainties that the discipline faces. If you are a project manager, an executive responsible for project management, or the leader of a project management office, this presentation is for you. Join us for this in-depth exploration of how the discipline and practice of delivering effective change may continue to evolve in the coming decade.
Join Mark Mullaly as he delves into the different and distinct world of program management. Whether you are a project manager looking to broaden your understanding, a program manager trying to better navigate your world or an executive trying to more effectively deliver strategic undertakings, this presentation is one you won’t want to miss.
If you struggle with how to manage quality, are concerned with how to demonstrate success or are overwhelmed with what is necessary (and what is overkill), then this is the webinar for you. Mark Mullaly introduces a practical, pragmatic approach to managing quality that will provide a lot of value without an entirely reasonable amount of effort.
This webinar explores in detail the role that mentorship plays in effective career development. Mark Mullaly provides a grounding in effective mentorship, and the roles, expectations and value that mentorship provides. He explores the different kinds of mentor that exist, and provides guidance on the purpose and function of each type of mentorship. Most importantly, he provides guidance on how to effectively plan, negotiate and manage a mentoring relationship, and how to sustain its value on an on-going basis. If you are seeking to advance your career, enhance your profile and improve your effectiveness, this presentation would be a great place to start.
Speaker: Susan Cortese Abstract: Although we all experience transitions emotionally, our reactions may be quite different. Using a psychometric model to understand these differences may go a long way to facilitating change and managing people more effectively. The DiSC model is constructed on two behavioral dimensions which form four basic profiles. Each profile, or behavioral prototype, des...