This Webinar defines and explains the key elements (or components) of Project Management. The elements apply to all projects and a must know for aspiring and seasoned Project Managers.
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This webinar tackles the challenge of how to manage effectively where management isn’t appreciated. If you struggle with how to apply process—and how much to apply—then this is the webinar for you.
This webinar is an in-depth review of proven time management techniques. Attendees learn fundamental time management techniques that can be applied immediately to improve productivity and leave more time for fun!
Agile, the "new" product development approach started in the 1970s as an alternative to Lean Six Sigma, is now “scaling-up” by reverting to traditional practices like Kanban, Theory of Constraints, Voice of Customer, Kaizen, etc. Another area that is often included in scaled Agile is Emotional Intelligence. Unlike other Agile practices, stand-up, and meeting facilitation, Emotional Intelligence is not something that people can necessarily learn in an empiric way. It is a science, a very specialized domain that can't be easily simplified to the level of knowledge and experience of a specific role. This webinar is a Project Manager's view on how Emotional intelligence can be and is used in practice. It contains examples from the real world of how having Emotional Intelligence knowledge and skills can help to deliver a project.
Agile teams, which traditionally function best when able to meet face-to-face, have been made increasingly remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic and business environment changes. When Agile teams go remote, many opportunities for informal development and quick decision-making are lost. That doesn’t mean that remote Agile teams must be less effective, though. How can remote Agile teams adjust their WOWs, or ways of working, to adapt to changes in the business environment? How they can overcome the challenge, including what changes to their WOWs and what tools they can use, will be covered in this webinar. Attendees will leave with new ideas about how to improve their WOWs for remote Agile teams.
Develop listening and guiding skills, vital to managing projects. Earning buy-in and approval from multiple parties, often with conflicting interests, is a challenge. Learn to better manage complex, fragile stakeholder relationships utilizing empathy and influential leadership. We will walk through the strategic project relationship management steps of Identifying, Prioritizing, and Engaging key stakeholders. Gaining stakeholder buy-in for your plan improves project success rate exponentially!
Project Managers need to continuously develop their knowledge skills and attitudes to effectively perform their roles and be successful. Do we as project managers know where we stand? In terms of capabilities and competencies? Further do our organizations follow the necessary processes and have the systems and framework to meet project objectives? These are some of the questions that this webinar will seek to answer. In particular it will look at the following: • Overview of PMI Standards focused on process and capability improvement • Methods for assessments to know where we are for people and organizations • Gap analysis of capabilities with respect to standards • Methods and projects for improving project managers and the organizations • Capabilities and competencies required to implement the improvement plans
En tant que chef de projet, j'ai souvent rencontré ou été témoin de situations où les parties prenantes ralentissent un projet par ignorance. Ignorance de ce qu'est un projet et pourquoi elles doivent désigner un chef de projet si elles souhaitent un minimum de garanties pour son bon déroulement.
What can project managers do to identify and mitigate third-party cyber risks? As enterprises continue to outsource services, third-party cyber risks continue to rise. For example, cybercriminals are increasingly attacking enterprise networks by using third-parties as back-door entryways to networks. However, by learning about current trends in mitigating third-party cyber risks, project managers can mitigate these risks and increase the likelihood of their project succeeding.
In this webinar, we will show you, with examples, how product features are defined using the user story mapping exercise to develop user stories. Once user stories are written, then they can be grouped into releases, with the first release being your MVP or Minimum Viable Product. During the webinar we will describe use an example to develop a story map and group the stories into a product backlog. The product backlog will keep the team focused on delivering value to customers.