Project managers often struggle to reach success at work because of their limited formal authority. Presenter Bruce Harpham, PMP will discuss how to overcome this obstacle by exploring different tips and techniques, discussing the importance of organization, and how this can enhance your reputation.
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In this web presentation, Jeanette Nyden, recognized collaborative communication expert, will discuss these three compatibility factors, and offer tips and insights how you can leverage collaborative communication skills to be more productive.
The project world can’t exist without dashboards, they are the standard currency of reporting in organizations all over the world. Yet they are fundamentally flawed. They require so much compromise to distill information down to a single summary for all users that any value is in danger of being lost entirely.
What is Global Diversity? What is the purpose of the Global Diversity Community of Practice? Why is it important to PMI and Project Management? What does the CoP offer? Who are the council members and what do they do? Why should I be a part of this CoP? How can I volunteer and contribute? How do I benefit from volunteering?
Join the conference call, meet the CoP council, ask questions, tell them what you expect from the GD CoP, hear them respond to your questions and talk about what is in store for the next year.
This presentation explores the question: given the changing healthcare landscape, where are the opportunities for growth and innovation and how can they be leveraged for future success? The discussion will focus on “where to play” and “how to win” in today’s market.
Earned Value curve (Planned Value, Costs and Earned Value) helps you see at any time if a delay will cost more than what we have in the budget. This delay may be in non-critical tasks in the best or worst, be in the critical path (GANTT). These situations can be avoided by good management which includes risk assessment. Place the activities that have to be done if an unforeseen event happens. With this definition, one can use Monte Carlo methods to tell the probability of success and how much time and money it will finally cost. In addition one may add the estimation uncertainty for critical activities. What will be the impact on the estimate to complete the project? All this, should be done before starting the project. During the execution of the project simulations can be used constantly. Define an early warning system which indicates critical situations early enough to take actions.
The analysis of the earned value curve (Planned Value, Cost and Earned Value) helps you at any time to assess whether a delay will cause a high probability of costs that exceed the original budget. At best, this delay is on the non-critical path (GANTT), or on the critical path with correspondingly high costs
Earned Value curve (Planned, Cost and Value Earned Value) helps to see at any time if a delay will cost more than what we have in the budget.
This learning experience outlines key concepts from Jim Collins’ iconic hit, Good to Great, and how they apply to today's project manager. From finding Level 5 Leadership in PMs to ensuring right team members are "on the bus," attendees walk away with new ideas to help transform their PM initiatives