If you work in a multi-project environment as a product developer, engineer, or R&D expert, then the notion of multi-teaming is probably familiar. Most likely, you have key people assigned to multiple projects at the same time. Planning and managing these resources efficiently is almost impossible. Key resources themselves are challenged with fragmented work, time pressure, lack of focus, ambiguity, a constantly changing environment and, above all, dissatisfied project managers. These skill groups serve several projects in a non-dedicated way. They switch from project to project based on demand. They’re between a rock and a hard place. In this webinar, Jan Willem will show you how resources should be managed in order to make multi-project environments successful.
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The Product Owner is the key stakeholder within an Agile project. Success or failure of Agile projects can hinge on having a good product owner. For organizations, developing Product Owners can be the most difficult part of the move to a more agile mindset. This webinar will discuss the role and responsibilities of a Product Owner, identity ways a PM/SM can coach a Product Owner, and how to manage conflict when dealing with Product Owners.
Project risk covers more than uncertain future events. If you don’t recognise all the risks you end up taking them with your eyes shut. Find out what you're missing, and discover the other types of risk that affect your project, together with practical strategies for addressing them.
In this webinar, you will learn strategies to learn organizations faster, build relationships with stakeholders and achieve your project goals.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how to influence others in an effective and ethical way. Strategies covered include leveraging different types of power (e.g. intellectual, formal, and relational), creating influential messages and more. It’s a must attend session for professionals tired of seeing their well-reasoned suggestions ignored.
This presentation will help an organizations decide whether to have OPM3 assessment, and state what should be prepared in advance to kick off the OPM3 ProductSuit assessment.
Research demonstrates that as many as 60% of IT projects fail in some area. Whilst the causes of project failure are well documented, the impact that these failures can have on a Project Manager, is a topic that is less frequently discussed. Although people might not always feel comfortable talking about how they respond when a project fails, as Project Manager's we are likely to be faced with situations in our careers where things don’t go as expecte