You are invited to attend this webinar presented by Dr. Dan Patterson on the building blocks for creating a sound schedule in an enterprise environment
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Agile experts tell us fixed price projects are immoral and declare that agility can only be delivered on a slippery schedule and budget. But what about the real world? What about fixed deadlines and fixed budgets? What about projects that are selected based on schedule and cost? How do you agile that? In this session, you will learn key principles for achieving agility in a fixed-price environment. Come discover how to achieve what agile experts tell you is impossible.
The Organizational Project Management (OPM) presents a valuable structure that assists organizations in the development of several opportunities geared toward implementing a more effective business strategy. This presentation intends to introduce the OPM concepts to web learners
This webinar demonstrates the relevance of project management in the healthcare domain, especially in patient’s disease management ,by conceptualizing it as a project . It also compares patient’s disease management activities and processes in conjunction with the principles of project management and its processes. By conceptualizing patient care as a project and applying the best practices enunciated in the PMBOK , project-oriented and well-managed patient care triggers a successful cure, rewards all parties involved and instills some wonderful memories.
The session will be structured as a case study that goes through an actual example of the use of a deployment framework with risk management at its core. The advantages of using such an approach allows for the early identification and mitigation of potential risks and issues. It also ensures that the deployment is IMPLEMENTED WITH the business as opposed to having it be IMPOSED ON the business
In agile software development 'self-organization' is often referred to as a best practice. Which is strange, because it is actually the default practice of complex systems. Self-organization has relationships with anarchy, emergence, evolution, and self-direction. Complexity science can teach us what the differences are.
The foundation of successful project management is the same no matter the industry or area of focus. So what makes HR Project Management unique? Join us as we look at successful HR projects that embraced the project management methodology and learn best practices you can follow to begin using these methodologies in your own organization.
In his presentation, Dennis will address the following questions: Why are Government Project Management Offices (PMOs) needed ? Why is Project Business Management (PBM) the right sustainability solution? How is a sustainable PBMO created? What are the values and benefits of a PBMO?
Dr. Kanabar continues his series on PMbok knowledge areas