PMO implementation is a great challenge. As a matter of fact, most of these implementations fail due to poor definition and, consequently, lack of support. This webinar introduces the Business Model Canvas applied to a PMO implementation with real-world examples. It provides a big picture to choose the best fit among PMO models, define its functions, processes and structure in detail, and lay out the foundations for a successful PMO implementation.
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As projects and programs are getting increasingly complex, organizations are continuously grappled the challenges. This webinar would be of interest to project, program and portfolio managers across various domains who are seeking to improve the organizational PM maturity.
When using an Earned Value Management System (EVMS), Management Reserve (MR) is both expected and considered a best practice. But the lack of understanding of MR and its use extends from government agencies to contractors. MR is an integral part of an EVM System. MR should be part of the original project estimate, but how much should you plan and how do you use MR to manage your project. This presentation discusses how MR is established (risk based) and subsequently used to keep a program on track. It also covers the common issues/misunderstandings and how to deal with them.
For program management success, you must embrace and exploit changes. Since most people resist change, even if the changes lead to increased benefits, you must establish a program environment conductive to change. An adaptive approach is required. This presentation, with some case study examples, focuses on some guidelines for success
Planning is vital to your project execution and success. Projects are often multifunctional, requiring input from various stakeholders. This webinar will discuss how to effectively facilitate productive face-to-face kickoff sessions (both in person and virtual) and ongoing planning meetings.
This Webinar will explain how to become an Online Project Manager working with innovative and passionate entrepreneurs and small business owners.
This is a how-to presentation. It describes how project managers can get their executives to act, it identifies the executive actions most likely to contribute to project success, and it identifies the top ten behaviors project managers can use to get the executives to act. Find out the sources of power available to the project manager and see how a project management council and a project champion role are key methods project managers can use to amplify their power. This presentation is focused outside of the project on the environment in which the project resides and on the actions that can be taken to improve this environment.
This presentation will show to gain trust and build a productive relationship with the team members to get their "right foot"; in to your project. Raj will share some observations and tips on how to understand the team members well, what's on their mind, what they can do for you as well as what you can do for them. In his experience most of the projects failures he has seen can be related to an inability to understand team members and their motivational factors. People come and go from projects without making a true commitment to the project or its objectives. When team members know they are understood and not treated as fill-in resources they become fully dedicated to the project's success. This presentation will provide participants with take away ideas and techniques that can applied to improve team dynamics on your project.
This webinar will show how communicating online is fundamentally different from communicating face-to-face and how your communication style must change depending upon your environment. Attendees will also learn how to effectively create slides and which pitfalls to avoid.
Without a thriving and growing internal network, a project manager cannot be successful. An internal network is the relationships, favors and information you have at your current organization. In this webinar, you will learn how to build your internal relationships.