This webinar is a debate about approaches that allow the effective discovery of the users' problem, as well as delivering value in advance and effectively.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced colleges and universities around the world to move to remote learning for all classes. While some institutions and faculty are used to this delivery modality, others are jumping in for the first time with little time to plan and prepare. During this webinar, project management faculty members with extensive experience teaching online will share their best practices as well as simple, actionable tips that can help smooth the transition from in-person to remote classes.
The Disciplined Agile (DA) toolkit is a superpower we all can tap into to make better decisions. From optimizing your agile teams to extending agility to the entire organization, the DA toolkit dramatically increases your ability to deliver value and delight your customers. This webinar centers on how to use the Disciplined Agile toolkit to deliver projects from the start of an idea to the finished product is in the hands of the customer.
The Ask the Expert Webinar Series is an extension of the Ask the Expert Program offered at PMI® Global Conference, where experts from the ProjectManagement.com community offer one-on-one sessions to conference attendees. This quarter, the Ask the Expert Webinar Series will focus on the Healthcare industry. Our Experts are: Lori Wilson and David Davis.
Cara Brookins built a house with her four young children by watching YouTube tutorials. She knew it was going to take a brand-new leadership strategy, but she never expected those same techniques to become the driving force for every team she worked with. Using stories from her unconventional construction site, Cara shares tactics to blend an imperfect mix of personalities, talents, and temperaments into cohesive, unstoppable teams.
Digital transformation calls for organizations to change and transform. This transformation is not easy. Can effective communication align our team to the bigger picture and achieve customer buy-in? Storytelling is the leader’s secret weapon, and can enhance agility in our projects.
We are witnessing the rise of projects as the main unit of work, as well as the essential model to deliver change and create value for individuals, organizations and society at large. Welcome to The Project Economy! Yet despite this surge in project activities and project spending, the risk of project failure continues to be huge and will continue to increase unless organizations and governments embrace advanced project leadership practices.
As part of its 50th anniversary activities, PMI undertook a special initiative to identify the 50 most influential projects of the last 50 years. Thousands of projects were nominated by more than 400 key leaders in project management, and a special committee narrowed the pool to a ranked list of 50—and also identified the top 10 most influential projects in 14 categories. Together, these lists offer an engaging representation of how project work has moved our world forward.
PMXPO 2020: Mastering the Art of Humanness in Project Management: Serving Others Through Powerful Communications
Everything we do starts with human connection. The ability to create a safe environment, demonstrate good listening and ask powerful questions will bring you richer and fuller relationships—both with yourself and those around you. You make a difference, but not when you are standing in your own way. In this webinar, we will tackle how to have powerful communications in order to achieve greater humanness.
As technological innovations, trade tensions, urbanization and other macro trends fuel disruption around the globe, organizations must respond accordingly with bold changes to modernize institutional cultures, embrace emerging skills and reimagine their vision and focus. And project professionals are natural leaders of change. According to the Pulse of the Profession®, organizations that undervalue project management as a strategic competency for driving change report an average of 67 percent more of their projects failing outright.