This is the final session in our six-part How to Be a Project Hero series. In this session we will discuss how to bring all the pieces together in a LEAN plan and share some techniques on tracking against that plan.
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It’s hard not to eye-roll when someone says: “know your customer." Right, but how? Enter process mapping. Get to know your customers better than they know themselves. I’ll share a technique to effectively map your customer’s processes, and how your project fits in, from high level into actionable level of detail.
If projects go over budget by just 10 percent on average, the business takes a hit of 19.5 percent on their profit margins. Underestimating the work or going the extra mile can get expensive. Sean will show how to effectively turn the work that needs to be done into a lean / manageable budget.
People do things/buy things, not for the thing itself, but for the benefit that doing/buying the thing brings them. What makes this challenging is that those reasons are not always obvious. I’ll show you how to get past “first order problem solving” and drill down to the strategic value of projects.
Digital Transformation is the #1 priority for boards and CEOs. It's a $1.7 trillion industry in 2019. And yet 70% of all digital transformations fail. Why? And what can a project manager do about it?
Learn how to filter and identify volunteer opportunities that fit with your skills and passions. Project management and leadership skills have great value in many circumstances - the key is find the right fit for you. Volunteering to the community yields skill development, network growth and a better world.
Efficient advancement of work in a project environment is dependent upon the strength of the team. Building an effective team is always most challenging and even more so is sustaining high performance for continued success.
Trust is the building block of all relationships. A business leader’s greatest battle today is to win the trust of stakeholders, employees, clients, and business associates. All collaboration is built on trust. Whether making sales, building a team, or managing people, without trust, productivity falls apart.
Have you ever been faced with a complex, multi-dimensional project and pressure from multiple stakeholders? Is this the normal course of business in your organization? Are you at wits end? Have you ever wondered if you are alone? If so, this webinar is for you. In this session, we will review some of the tools and resources that PMI has to help in ethical decision-making, self-awareness, and review some specific scenarios. Part of a healthy ethical environment on a project is being able to talk about it openly. Let’s discuss and have some fun along the way.
A culture of high performance is essentially developed with building a team of members who have the right competency connected with the right job. Leaders monitor their team's readiness and the human aspects that inherently leads to a culture of high performance on a job.