This webinar will help attendees understand how to put the Innovation Maturity Model to practice. This is the 6th webinar in a series.
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In this culturally rich webinar, the author proposes a new approach to analyze failure in projects: exploring common behavioral issues that leads to failure in management. At the end of this webinar, the attendee will have a clear picture of how behaviors affects the project results, and will visualize the necessary skills to address them.
Project implementation is required to reach the desired outcomes in business. You develop a WBS, apply project management systems, particularly EVM and then settle down with project monitoring and control processes to reach the end result - but is that enough?
In this session we'll learn how to think more creatively, generate and implement your ideas, and practice performance-enhancing techniques to drive professional, personal, and organizational growth. Gain practice in creative thinking methods and learn how to align your ideas with corporate needs to add value and enhance individual and team performance.
Closing Q&A webinar for April 2017 Book Club on Managing and Leading People through Change by Julie Hodges
Kevin Richardson will walk through some common examples of two types of projects and how to wrestle them to the ground.
In this webinar, you will hear how contingency planning saved a project from failure, what triggers are and why they matter, and why no project plan is complete without trigger-based contingency plans.
One of the major challenges during the project gathering requirements phase, is to be assured that all requirements have been met. The more accurate the job is, the more likely your project will succeed. In this context, how often do PMs consider Compliance and Internal Control at this stage? Today, in a world with growing organizations, keen to launch their IPOs, with increasingly cross-department projects, increasingly integrated systems, corporate compliance is one of the fastest growing areas. Projects need to deliver efficiency, but at the same time, must comply with internal policies and ensure there will be elements to protect organizations from the growing risk of fraud. In this context, PMs who are familiar with the characteristics of corporate governance and internal control principles are more likely to succeed.
We all know we are supposed to do a “lessons learned” exercise as part of our projects. Some of us even take the time to go through the motions. The challenge is that lessons learned rarely get paid attention to, and organizational practices rarely change as a result. If we really want to learn from our projects, we need to change how we think about lessons learned.
This webinar is based upon a retrospective done with my peers about the failed projects that we've been Project Managing and what we've learnt so that you don't have to! During this webinar you'll hear some clear criteria for knowing when a project is failing and what are some of the warning signs.