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Service Delivery Maturity Models – An Ericsson Case Study

by Myra Beckman
May 10, 2011 | 60:13 | Views: 914 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.97 / 5

Projects are a people business. Shocking? Given all the focus on cost cutting, deliverables that were due yesterday and funding retrenchment, Ericsson is providing a refreshing case study on how to improvement organization results through a focus on a Service Delivery Maturity Model. Listen in as Myra Beckman shares organizational imperatives for implementing changes in their model. Discover how a team used the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide and the PMO standard to directly translate efforts that impacted the life of some 20,000 individuals in 50 organizations. She will also discuss how these programs promoted organizational change

Setting Up Projects to Enable Smooth Monitoring Control

by Tahir Hanif
October 19, 2012 | 65:02 | Views: 341 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.00 / 5

This webinar will discuss how to setup projects properly so that they can effectively and efficiently be managed. It will cover the following areas: • Understanding the key drivers behind the project • Understanding the role of the key organisations, i.e. client / promoter, project management, consultants, contractors etc • Understanding the capability of project team members • Developing a project organisation to promote better collaboration and teamwork • How to optimise working with multiple organisations forming the project team • Implementing the appropriate systems to provide effective monitoring of performance • Monitoring the project using Key Performance Indicators • Knowing when to intervene when things don’t go as planned • Closing out and learning from key events during the project life cycle

Seven Simple Strategies for Solving Any Problem

by Peter de Jager
August 25, 2020 | 56:40 | Views: 6,871 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.83 / 5

There are many problem solving methodologies-from TRIZ to OODA, from RPR to GROW, but this session won't discuss any of them. Instead we're going to focus on simple, standalone strategies to improve our problem solving effectiveness regardless of our existing PS skills or experience.

Seven Sins of Project Management (11:00 AM EDT)

by Mike Cohn
April 19, 2011 | 58:32 | Views: 778 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.93 / 5

Agile approaches to software development promise many advantages: shorter schedules, more productive teams, products that better meet customer expectations, higher quality, and more. In this talk, Mike will explain how agile teams achieve these goals by avoiding the seven deadly sins of project management. Covered will be sins such as gluttony, sloth, lust, opaqueness, and more. Giving in to one of these temptations can result in a failed or canceled project. Along the way you’ll be introduced to key aspects of agile development and hear stories of agile success and failure.

Seven Ways to Build Trust

by Elizabeth Larson
May 22, 2014 | 62:36 | Views: 1,764 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.09 / 5

Specifically this presentation describes the barriers to building trust when eliciting requirements, common elicitation pitfalls that often bust trust, and collaborative elicitation planning

Seven Ways to Build Trust - rescheduled from May 22nd

by Elizabeth Larson
June 06, 2014 | 62:36 | Views: 321 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.13 / 5

One of the most difficult phases of the project is eliciting requirements from stakeholders. Under the best circumstances requirements are often vague, conflicting, and in flux. Even when key stakeholders are involved in the requirements process, they are not always fully engaged.

Shades of Gray In Project Management Ethics

by Michael O'Brochta, PMI-ACP, PMP
June 02, 2011 | 59:30 | Views: 427 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.94 / 5

Ethics plays an important role in project management. During this presentation we will examine a couple of definitions of ethics and take a look at some ethics history and some project management codes of ethics.

Shadow IT - Creating Synergy Between Business and IT Strategy

by Anton Oosthuizen
June 25, 2019 | 60:38 | Views: 7,362 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.17 / 5

With the proliferation of cloud-based self-service platforms, it is becoming increasingly commonplace for business to break free from the shackles that bound them to Information Technology (IT) strategy forever. While strategy is never a bad thing, it can be the slow-moving tanker that takes forever to change course, and in the age of agility, most companies have not aligned their strategy with agile principles, even less so IT. Shadow IT, as it is known, has many advantage. But it also creates many challenges.

Shaping your Intercultural Project Leadership: How to Leverage Cross-Cultural Challenges in your Project

by David Colliquet, Robert de Quelen
March 06, 2018 | 61:58 | Views: 17,232 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.30 / 5

Intercultural gaps threaten many projects. National cultures, job cultures, enterprise cultures, generational cultures: any gap in those components can lead projects to face culture clashes…and additional problems. Yet, project managers can not only actively manage those gaps, but also leverage them and thus extend leadership skills. This webinar will highlight which levers project managers can use to identify and proactively manage intercultural factors within the project, and suggest practical ways to develop an intercultural leadership style which can be effective both at personal and team level.

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