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Using L.O.V.E. to Enhance Project Teams and Project Management

by Chris Greco
March 18, 2016 | 60:52 | Views: 6,856 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.25 / 5

Four strengths project managers must possess in order to share and pass on vital information about the profession to new practitioners is the "L.O.V.E." or "Learn, Offer, Value, and Educate" philosophy. The L.O.V.E. philosophy focuses on the human as the keystone of the project since they are the ones who plan and implement the project process - and they are the ones who complete those projects. This webinar will examine this philosophy and discuss how you can apply these characteristics to your projects and relationships. Examples and case studies from the public service industry, military, private industry, and academia, will be reviewed.

Using Project Management to Write Competitive Grants and Proposals

by La Juana Chambers, MPA, PMP
March 30, 2021 | 60:45 | Views: 4,570 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.26 / 5

During this webinar, participants will delve into the depths of successful grant writing and how to lay the foundation for exponential growth capacity-building for their professional and/or volunteer pursuits.

Using Serious Games to Improve Your Project Management Skills

by Nicki Kons, Eitan Katzenell, Marie Struttmann, Hamutal Weisz
January 14, 2020 | 57:33 | Views: 16,378 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.75 / 5

Serious games are defined as games that have a primary purpose other than entertainment. Games have been known to shorten the learning curve and as one of the best ways to break patterns and adopt new habits. In this session, we will shortly present the science and research behind it and how it can help you become better at your job and learn new tricks.

Using Six Thinking Hats to Facilitate Meetings

by Barbara Stennes
May 15, 2012 | 60:02 | Views: 590 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.02 / 5

Six Thinking Hats, a thinking skills course from Edward de Bono, teaches parallel thinking as an alternative to argument. Parallel thinking guides thought processes in one direction at a time so we can effectively analyze issues, generate new ideas, and make better decisions. Six Thinking Hats helps put our opinions and egos aside so we can focus on a way forward, without argument. This overview of Six Thinking Hats is fast-paced, practical, interactive, and immediately actionable.

Using the Project Management Dot to Connect the Leadership and Management Dots

by Eric Wright
November 15, 2017 | 62:02 | Views: 5,584 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.98 / 5

Military Veterans are formally trained and constantly assessed on their ability to form, lead, and coach high-performing teams to deliver successful temporary endeavors and their unique goods, services, results, and capabilities. That’s right! This means they're project managers, most of them just don't know it!

Utility Acquisition Integration: IT Strategy Case Study

by Keith Fournier, Adam Golden, Tom Mongillo
December 05, 2012 | 65:18 | Views: 586 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.26 / 5

Our Client executed the delivered IT integration strategy successfully and had a seamless transition with no disruptions in service to their customers or internal users. The presentation will explain the specific steps and templates utilized to attain our client’s goal.

Utilizing Change Management Tools to Improve Stakeholder Management

Jeralyn Rittenhouse
October 07, 2015 | 59:53 | Views: 3,745 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.04 / 5

Project / program management and change management are distinct practices that work to create and manage change in unique ways. As a project or program manager, you can leverage change management tools to help identify and manage stakeholder challenges.


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