Project managers are called upon to make decisions. Wouldn’t it be great to improve your thought and decision making processes to better resolve and address predicaments and challenges or to promote opportunities that bring about productive changes and solutions? Join this webinar to learn about the seven cognitive skills and effective skills that all PMs need to be effective, productive and decisive.
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Supplier Integration is an important tool and process for any firm that is looking to optimize the financial performance of their projects. We should not engage all suppliers the same way since they all have various core competencies that are more or less valuable to us.
Microsoft Project on the desktop has often been characterized as a tool suitable only for waterfall projects. Anything iterative or Agile cannot be done using Microsoft Project. Please join Bob Tyler as he proves these claims false!
Project management makes fast-paced actions to implement projects and programs with high-performing teams that draw strengths from competence, creative innovation, interdependence, and respect. The project management approach success first time and every time with continued improvement requires the teams to have all possible strengths.
Many organisations are on a change treadmill – from continuous improvement to operating model transformation - that can stress their people, processes and technology. How can leaders and project managers reduce the people impact of this “change treadmill” – where people can lose their bearings and ultimately impact performance? This is where a compelling case for change comes in.
As Project Managers we're constantly leading meetings intended to guide a team towards a common goal. But what do you do when you've got a group of difficult personalities to contend with in your session?
Project management is not an exact science as much as we want it to be. People are dynamic. They change hour to hour while projects last months or years. As a leader, project managers have to deal with these dynamic individuals on a daily basis. There is not a science that has come up with an equation to solve the mental mysteries of team members.
When the enterprise is compelled to be adaptive, who is supposed to orchestrate an agile way of working? Enter the Agile Portfolio Manager.
Il s’agit d’une conférence où chacun des participants sera amené à réfléchir à comment il peut apprendre à négocier et à faire face à des objections tout en maintenant la qualité de la relation avec son interlocuteur.
Portfolio management has been around for several decades. And while we equate it with strategic decision making and prioritization, that isn’t where it started, and it isn’t its greatest source of value. Our perception of portfolio management has evolved in response to organizational challenges and perceived opportunities, and is arguably still somewhat of a moving target. While that’s a legacy of how it has been historically defined, it raises a fundamental question: if we invented portfolio management today, would it still look the same?