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Learn how to streamline the relationship and enhance the collaboration between the Project Manager and the Business Analyst. Learn how to address the challenges associated with role definitions, gaps, overlaps and touchpoints between the PM and BA functions.
Complex, budget constrained, deadline driven, and resource intensive in an environment of overwhelming change. These are only a few of the challenges during a large-scale organizational change. Effective project management is critical, but it is not enough. There are critical planning requirements within an overall program that will help ensure success. They are: Defined Principles, Solid Business Partnerships, Effective Resource Planning, Comprehensive Quality Management, and Measurement. These requirements have been applied to enterprise-wide change training programs to great success, and are universal enough to be applied within any company function. The session will describe the requirements, and provide some specific examples to help with the planning process.
Discover new ways to think about what resources you will need to make your project successful! The PMI Healthcare Community of Practice has partnered with the HR Community of Practice to present Cheryl Josler, an HR professional with a passion for project management. Ms Josler will cover things you can use TODAY to start your project right followed by advice on how to get those resources committed and engaged. This webinar will also spend some time talking about realigning the resources once the project is underway. Join us for this exciting topic on weaving human resource management methodologies into your project methodologies.
In the following webinar we will cover the eight most common cultural mistakes in virtual teams you should be able to recognized and avoid. With the complexity of working with people who live in different countries, come from various cultures, have different notions of collaboration and work, it’s no wonder that the failure rate can be very high
This webinar presents eight key life/work lessons. The best leaders take deliberate actions, demonstrate discipline, learn from the past (but live in the present), listen to their instincts, make tough decisions, make time to have fun, put things in perspective and evaluate themselves daily
There are no lack of tools and techniques for doing new product development. Even so, business to business new product development failure rates remain as high as 75%. How can we improve new product development success rates?
Many organizations struggle to move women and minorities into top-level positions. One of the keys is to embed diversity into a holistic talent management strategy, including recruitment, development, and retention. This webinar will give you practical implementation strategies to help you leverage talent management to drive diversity.
The Standish Chaos Report, CIO Magazine survey, and multiple independent and professional reports indicate anywhere from 50 to 70 percent of projects fail to deliver the quality expected by the customer. The best processes; without methods, tools and techniques that transform tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge and fully engage all stakeholders; simply do not produce the value we are trusted to deliver. In this presentation we will present a framework consisting of Lean for Knowledge Work, Systems Thinking, Agile methods, Canvasses, and Serious Games; that when applied; greatly increase the value to the customer, reduce (or eliminate) failed projects, and instill trust in project management as a true business partner.