Lessons Learned from the 2014-2016 Ebola Virus Response Project management is like building a house - the right way. What if the house was built on water in the middle of the rainy season? During an emergency response, that is what project management feels like. But who doesn't want to live on a house boat?
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As culture needs to be high on the project management agenda this webinar creates awareness of the cultural risks and potentials in projects.
What happens when a key person leaves your project? How do you keep your project going? Cross training programs are a key strategy to use in large projects. In this webinar, you will learn how to design a cross training program for your team. Effective cross training is a great way to reward and motivate top performers. It is also an effective risk management strategy to reduce the impact of losing a key person. Cross training and people development are also activities that show you are capable of greater management responsibilities.
Wikipedia says crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people. Learn how to use this methodology to reinforce the project vision, start developing a (project) plan and build up stakeholder buy-in.
Most people consider project teams with participants from different cultures or with different abilities as a problem. However, we will show you how the power of Ver; can be used to change your advantage. Of course, there are some herds to overcome. However, this presentation describes in detail, which can occur obstacles. Furthermore, it is listed, which groups and participants completed tasks measure to have the power of difference to work.
Ethics has to flow from Top to Bottom in any organization. Managers, who lack ethics, will be rated low by their subordinates. This will also impact the trust and loyalty of the team. This webinar will focus on how Ethics can be inculcated into the Project Management environment in any organization. We will be discussing on three ways by which employees can adopt easily to the Organizational culture. As the famous saying goes “An employee resigns the manager and not the organization”. We will be discuss on the responsibility of the management, in crafting and adapting to the ethics, defined by the organization.
We have all been placed in the position of being a customer and having experienced varying degrees of satisfaction. We may have even envisioned what ideal service should resemble, yet grappled with how service experiences often fall short of our expectations. This presentation will explore customer satisfaction in the world of project management.
Cyber Security and Project Management have often times been treated as two separate processes, but there are more similarities than differences to these processes.