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Closing Q&A webinar for April 2017 Book Club on Managing and Leading People through Change by Julie Hodges
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.
How can practitioners make sure that the projects they are working on align with organizational strategy at every stage of the project? Find out why having a strategic mindset is vital—and how practitioners can develop and strengthen those skills.
The Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) is a collection of principles that both novice and the experienced within the project management profession can utilize to develop good practices into best practices. The key to unlocking the power of these principles is increasing one’s understanding of the embedded gems that allow you to successfully navigate through a project’s life cycle using PMBOK® Guide process groups, knowledge areas and processes.
Your cost, schedule and resource estimates need to be realistic. But for this practitioner, that wasn't always the case in an effort to garner sponsor and customer approval. What would you do in this situation?
Is the organizational structure moving back to flat? Will the new structure for large organizations be a blend of hierarchy and wirearchy models? This article will discuss how the matrix structure has hit malaise, and share a potential structure of the future.
Organizations have long acknowledged the role that strategic planning plays in future success. Here we discuss the role project management can play in strategic implementation, as well as the function of the PMO—particularly the enterprise-wide PMO within this context of strategic implementation, using project management to drive the process.
|A.||Certifications attached to your name are inappropriate when using social media. Readers disregard them since you can just make them up whether or not you actually hold them. A better choice is to find some way in the message, text or tweet to reference your skill in project management through specific examples and your delight in passing the exams.|
|B.||The fine print you sign when applying for the Project Management Institute exams states that you are not allowed to announce your certifications in any way other than on a business card. The print on the cart must be Helvetica 12 point and the color of the type must match exactly the color of the PMI logo.|
|C.||What you need is a digital badge, which is a web-ready version of a certification. PMI has asked a third-party to distribute these to you. This allows you to get recognition on the internet for the accomplishments you have achieved that can be verified. Learn how to access these, if you qualify.|
|D.||What you need is a design team to create a cut-and-paste logo for your business that shows your name and photo with all of the credentials you have earned. Place it into web locations you use by associating it back to your own personal computer through a URL created by a custom site that shortens links.|