This webinar will share points of view about the main challenges of the program manager role in global environments. Best Practices on what worked and what didn’t will be shared with participants. This webinar might add to their current skills, and raise
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Program Management has many challenges by nature. Driving Programs, in global environments adds additional components to this interesting role. As global economies are changing, new opportunities for emerging markets like LatinAmerica are finding their space in the global market place, and projects and programs are part of it. This webinar is based on experiencing this challenges in today’s global world.
Project management helps advancement for strategic implementation that requires an environment to create a “Thinking Organization”. Every team member needs to behave like a “strategic leader” and develop a driving force for a thinking organization.
Sao Paulo, Brazil, is a city of many faces, with impressive contrasts in its central area, where the most of its infrastructure-related services are concentrated in the central area, the richest one.
In this engaging session, we make the case for why as a project leader you should be personally invested in organizational change for your project efforts. Participants will learn why change is so vital to their project success as well as how to action 3 critical change moments that matter toward project success. Participants walk away with practical learning that can immediately be applied to enhance any project leader’s toolkit!
Interested in changing jobs, want to get a promotion or accomplish that personal goal you set for yourself at the beginning of the year? The truth is change is necessary for progression both professionally and personally.
Remember the last project management basics course you attended? The instructor probably talked about the importance of the project plan and that by doing "proper" planning on your project the project will be successful. The plan becomes the silver bullet and if you manage to it, the project will be fine. While great in theory, there are many of us who are finding the traditional approach to project management just simply does not work for us anymore on some of our more dynamic projects. Our projects seem to be in constant flux, always changing, often requiring frequent changes in direction as the end goal of the project is moved, our stakeholders change and we are required to shift our project management approach. The notion of "on-time, on-buget, on-scope" seems to be more of a myth than reality and the idea of being able to plan the whole project at the beginning and sticking close to our project plan is long dead. Join us in our next Change HEADWAY webinar where will be examining the concept of extreme project management and exploring some of the opportunities this project management approach presents and the pitfalls we should avoid.
Projects are hard enough when the focus is on getting the technical result produced, on time, on budget and to specification. When we add in the complication of getting that used, however, the challenge becomes much more significant. Organizational change requires the evolution of structures, roles, responsibilities. processes and - above all - behaviors. It is all about getting people to work in new and different ways, and to embrace why they need to make this change.
We all know that detailed planning is essential for good project management. What we often don't realize is that even stronger project management practices also include planning for change management. As project managers, we should incorporate change management activities into our project management plans to increase the likelihood that our projects will have lasting, long term success. This gantthead Change HEADWAY webinar will examine the key change management activities you should consider and how they will impact the project. Join us - it might change your perspective.