As the organizations become more mature in launching projects and designing programs, the key question remains is – did we get the value for the change initiatives we manage? If not, how to go about enhancing it?
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Management of medium to large complex procurement and integration projects is a difficult challenge. Research and industry experience has concluded that leadership competence is not an optional project management skill, but a key part of being a successful and respected Project Manager. Join Laszlo as he reviews how mastering project management leadership is a key driver in personal and organizational success.
Everyone wants metrics, but which ones really matter? Which metrics can help you "actually" get better and give you visibility into the health of your teams?
The goal of this session is to dig deeper into practical ways to start shifting to Stable Teams while sharing years of experience from the real world in making this vision a reality.
The presentation articulates the needs of the enterprise to transition from “cybersecurity” to “cyberresiliency”. Cyberresilience refers to the ability to constantly deliver intended outcomes despite negative cyber events. It is keeping business intact through the ability to effectively restore normal operations in the areas of information systems, business functions and supply chain management. In simple terms, it is the return to a normal state.
We as project management professionals are well aware of the importance of the so-called soft skills in our professional development and success. But just what are these “soft skills”? Where do you and your PM/PMO staff rank when it comes to the soft skills necessary for project success? Do you know your and staff's weaknesses in the PM soft skills area? How do you as a manager or PM professional determine and address these weaknesses?
Innovation and strategic intent, why is innovation necessary, why is it important to take a structural approach, and how do you connect innovation to your strategic intent?
Establishing and managing schedule and cost contingency are integral to project risk management. Yet many organizations still struggle to define and adopt best practices that provide the organization confidence in their contingency setting processes.
Have you been wondering about what Agile Estimating and Planning looks like? How it is different from traditional methods and why you would even consider using agile estimation methods? If you're looking for a closer look at how we estimate, what story points are, how to use velocity for planning, dealing with fixed date and fixed scope projects, maintaining product backlog using scrum boards for daily standups then this webinar is for you!
This webinar presents the most advanced views in ethics and governance. It emphasizes the existence of separated sets of ethical values adjusted to different circumstances, which along with personal interests, allegiances, and opportunity, comprise the ethical cube. Then, the ethical and governance mechanisms are explained by the introduction of two novel concepts, the “Small Sins Allowed” and the “Line of Impunity”.