Everywhere you look, there are references to culture. The April edition of the Harvard Business Review featured numerous articles on the topic of culture. There are references to culture in business news on a daily basis. Failure in M&A, Volkswagen and the VA Hospitals is blamed on culture. Everyone is talking about it, what is it and why does it matter to you?
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What’s Up With Standards? – What They’re For, and Your Opportunity To Participate In Developing Them
In this webinar you will learn the purpose and use of standards, and how they form the basis of the profession and practice of project, program, and portfolio management. Standards are used to codify professional knowledge, to normalize practices in the field, and to provide practitioners with a toolbox of processes and approaches that can be applied to the project. Standards are developed by credible, recognized bodies, in particular by ISO and by PMI. This presentation will discuss the process by which standards are developed in an open, consensus-based manner, and you will learn how you can get involved in the development of standards at PMI and at the national and international level.
What's Hot and What's Not: Trends in Business Analysis on Projects Overview: Organizations are becoming increasingly aware that no matter how well they manage projects, they won’t succeed if they don’t get the requirements right. But what does it mean to have good requirements? Is it creating a mountain of unnecessary paperwork? Is it a rejection of techniques that have served requirements pra...
Organizations change. They must change, or they disappear. Amidst change, they then struggle to ensure that the different changes they implement are really creating value. In this session we'll explore how to determine if a change has to occur, and how to ensure it delivers value.
Innovators have long recognized that constraints very often stimulate or guide the process of creativity and innovation. When ‘the box is the limit’, creativity often comes to the surface organically as the most ultimate and natural solution. This webinar is aimed at every professional who’s convinced that creativity plays a crucial role in the daily work environment, but is also aware of the boundaries that take away the illusion of ‘the sky is the limit’.
If your project is steering towards a tsunami of people who are unaware of upcoming changes – this webinar is for you. If you are leading and/or supporting a large-scale transformation project where people must be informed for change to be successful, you don’t want to miss this! Discover how business leaders are informing thousands of people about upcoming changes who vary in geographic locations and departments – in time for successful change!
In this webinar, we will review the approach our team took to evaluating requirements management tools, the outcomes from the study, and a few tips for those planning on selecting and adopting a requirements tool in your organization.
Bad projects abound, and research by Project Management Institute and others has provided useful insight into the underlying causes of bad projects. This webinar looks beyond why projects go bad and explores why bad projects are so hard to kill.
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.
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.