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A wrap up of the day at PMXPO 2013, with host Stephen Maye and PMXPO coordinator Erin Decaprio.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores the origin of both traditional and agile techniques, and explains why these viewpoints are actually two extremes on a continuum. Rather than viewing the problem as a black-and-white, either-or proposition, this presentation illuminates the shades of grey that can be leveraged in developing effective management strategies.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly explores how to think about the role that consultants can play on your projects and in your organizations. The presentation outlines the types of consultants and why each is relevant and valuable. Also discussed are effective strategies for selecting and hiring consultants. You will learn how to when a consultant can provide value, the kind of consultant you need to look for and the best ways to ensure they deliver the outcomes you need. You will also learn what to watch out for, and what not to do along the way.
So how much support from a PMO is enough? What does the optimal PMO actually look like, and what services do they provide? To what extent should they be interventionist, or provide support on a demand-based, as-needed basis? In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores what the optimal value-adding PMO looks like, the services it provides and the level of support required to actually be seen to be effective.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores the process of negotiating requirements in detail. He starts with an understanding of what requirements are supposed to do, and how they fit into the overall process of project planning. This presentation provides practical guidance that any project manager can apply to successfully laying the groundwork for a successful project plan. After all, isn't that the least you require?
This webinar explores what it means to think about social change efforts as projects, and how to think about applying the tools of project management in a way that can provide value. Join Mark Mullaly as he explores the factors that make social change projects unique, the challenges in directly translating project management techniques, and strategies to be able to do so effectively. Managing social change is about delivering results; appropriate strategies need to be relevant, appropriate, responsive and scalable. It has been said that with the right lever you can move the world; this presentation explores how project management can be a critical source for good.