Agile has become very trendy, and it is fashionable to wear the "Agile" title before or after a traditional role, like Project Manager. To become "Agile," one of the easiest paths is to become certified. Unlike for traditional project management where the worldwide recognized certifications can be counted on one hand, for Agile, there is a myriad of certifications. Most of them promote a single "Agile" framework. In recent years, the need to use Agile beyond the small software development team resulted in the creation of new frameworks which added the words "scaled" and "enterprise" to successful team approaches to agility. This webinar analyzes some of the popular Agile frameworks from the initial ones, like XP, Scrum and Crystal, to the recent "enterprise" ones, like SAFe, from the Agile Enterprise perspective. The webinar will also compare 4 Lean and Agile certifications.
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Ever feel like your projects would run much more smoothly if everyone just did their job without nagging? Help is on the way. Emotional Intelligence is the way to really connect with everyone on your team. Take project management to the next level using Emotional Intelligence principles to guide your interactions and activities. Come learn practical applications of Emotional Intelligence (checklists and all) for everything from communications to meetings to dealing with catastrophes.
Think Like Amazon – Creating Change, Operational Excellence, and Innovation for Projects and Programs
How do you create a more customer focused organization? How do you create a culture of innovation? How do you compete in the age of digital disruption? How do you lead change? Former Amazon executive, John Rossman, draws from Amazon’s playbook to give practical strategies and tools for leading change.
Strategies for Developing the Most Sought-After Leadership Qualities: Engaging Your Advocates and Mentors
This is in the fourth installment in an 8-part webinar series, Strategies for Developing the Most Sought-After Leadership Qualities, presented by Uri Galimidi. This series focuses on eight critical leadership skills that will help Project Managers become more accomplished professionals. The webinars are informed by the latest in the science of leadership and include practical strategies and approaches to build the skills and behaviors covered by each webinar. Perhaps the most power strategy for advancing your career is to engage senior and influential advocates and mentors who have your interests at heart and are willing to help you grow as professionals. In this webinar, we will discuss practical approaches for engaging your advocates and mentors and making the best use of their offer to help.
Sustainable project practices are about more than “being green”. Sustainability requires that we look beyond the scope, schedule, and budget of the temporary project and consider the larger “Triple Bottom Line” that projects operate within. The triple bottom line evaluates performance in a broader perspective considering economic, ecological, and social impacts otherwise known as the 3Ps - Profit, Planet, People. As the agents of change in organizations, Project Managers, are uniquely positioned to identify and lead the change that impacts your “Triple Bottom Line” while creating greater business value.
Agile transformation is an Organizational Change, it follows the rules of any Business Transformation and needs Executive support in order to succeed. This webinar is a presentation of the Agile transformation that the author was involved in, focusing on the role and the importance of executive support in Agile adoption.
We Are Many, We Are One! Discover The Face To Face Community Aspects Of PMI: It’s 300+ Global Chapters!
During this webinar we invite you to discover the value of PMIs 300+ chapters across the globe and learn how you can benefit from engaging with the one close to you. Face to face exchange with your PPPM peers - close by - in your language - relevant to your career, your industry and your market. You will also learn how chapters align to and deliver on PMIs strategy, how they are created and run, and how you can get involved even as volunteer!
In a world where things progress at a rate that is faster than previous years, many people are becoming inclined towards Agile in their day-to-day, and they are leaving the Waterfall method behind. However, agile is fundamentally a revised version of waterfall that focuses more on projects where the dynamics are changing and the time required to market is less. The drawbacks of the waterfall method have been rectified to overcome the challenges faced while using this particular method during project execution - specifically for industries where there is more chaos and the requirements are unclear or changing. This webinar will address the similarities and differences of the Waterfall and Agile methods.
“Jugaad”, an Indian word signifying improvisation has become a buzzword in management circles. Originally used by native users to solve their myriad problems in getting things done in day to day operations, it is now being adapted more systematically and formally as a method to improve and innovate. How does the concept and practice of “Jugaad” relate to formal project management principles and knowledge? Traditional project management through its bodies of knowledge has espoused a structured methodology. One of the main criticism on the emphasis of detailed planning has been its unsuitability to situations and projects which are uncertain or developmental in nature.
Rather than carving out five or ten minutes at the end of the session, this month we are pulling out all the stops and devoting a full hour to it. In this hour-long session, we will answer some of the best questions asked by webinar participants over the last year. It will be a far-reaching and comprehensive review of a variety of topics, taking the time to dive in and answer questions more comprehensively than is usually possible in a webinar wrap-up. And yes, you’ll also get to ask your own questions along the way!