The presentation ultimately spotlights how to translate business strategy into effective implementation of projects and programs that determine the success or failure of an enterprise. The components of enterprise project governance include strategy, risk, portfolio, organization, stakeholders, performance and transformation. The benefits and challenges involved in pursuing the EPG concept are discussed and a case is presented.
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The presentation articulates the needs of the enterprise to transition from “cybersecurity” to “cyberresiliency”. Cyberresilience refers to the ability to constantly deliver intended outcomes despite negative cyber events. It is keeping business intact through the ability to effectively restore normal operations in the areas of information systems, business functions and supply chain management. In simple terms, it is the return to a normal state.
In this workshop, we’ll explore the patterns of mature agile managers and leaders. Those that understand Servant Leadership and how to effectively support, grow, coach, and empower their agile teams in ways that increase the teams’ performance, accountability, and engagement.
We as project management professionals are well aware of the importance of the so-called soft skills in our professional development and success. But just what are these “soft skills”? Where do you and your PM/PMO staff rank when it comes to the soft skills necessary for project success? Do you know your and staff's weaknesses in the PM soft skills area? How do you as a manager or PM professional determine and address these weaknesses?
Our presenter will show you seven templates that capture the essential aspects of project management. Feel free to customize the templates as you want but do take the time to complete first six templates with your project sponsor and project team. One short read and you'll be knocking out projects left and right.
Establishing and managing schedule and cost contingency are integral to project risk management. Yet many organizations still struggle to define and adopt best practices that provide the organization confidence in their contingency setting processes.
This webinar introduces requirements management processes and an approach to implement them effectively throughout the project life cycle to help improve project success rates. It then covers ethical considerations in implementing requirements management processes, including a brief discussion of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct; the values that are the foundations of the Code: responsibility, respect, fairness and honesty; and how project management practitioners can ensure compliance with the Code in implementing requirements management processes. Upon completion of the webinar, participants will gain a better understanding of expected (appropriate and ideal) behavior of project management practitioners in implementing requirement management processes and in full compliance with our Code of Ethics.
This workshop is based on a global survey (>3400), consisting of ten scenarios describing common ethical quandaries and the response that respondents made. Demographic Questions were also included. Participants will have the option to participate by using the polling feature to respond to these situations and observe the ways in which diversity influenced their decisions. Participants will understand the relationship between values, ethics and decision making and recognize the impact that ethnicity, culture and other sociodemographic characteristics have in decisions on ethical issues.