The analysis of the earned value curve (Planned Value, Cost and Earned Value) helps you at any time to assess whether a delay will cause a high probability of costs that exceed the original budget. At best, this delay is on the non-critical path (GANTT), or on the critical path with correspondingly high costs
35 items found
This learning experience outlines key concepts from Jim Collins’ iconic hit, Good to Great, and how they apply to today's project manager. From finding Level 5 Leadership in PMs to ensuring right team members are "on the bus," attendees walk away with new ideas to help transform their PM initiatives
Skip Weisman is presenting what he calls the “Goldilocks Leadership” style - The “Just Right” leadership style, one that will maximize morale, motivation and productivity in your work environment. This style offers a balanced approach leading with strength where and when it is required, and offering empathy and compassion in right doses at the right times. Join the webinar to learn more
This webinar details some of the worst of these intellectual “traps” and features several exercises to illustrate how we all fall prey to them. After demonstrating how deeply we are biased, the program will offer several ways we can counteract the influence of these biases, escape the traps, and improve our estimates of project cost and schedule. The webinar features hands-on work with concrete tools, so bring a calculator and be prepared to push a pencil
“Value” is the beacon, watchword, end game, justification, and mantra for Agile practitioners. You make product decisions at every turn throughout discovery and delivery based on value, balancing multiple perspectives. And yet many Agile teams struggle to clearly, concisely, and continually use value as the basis for making planning decisions. Join Ellen and Mary to explore the business value model—a lightweight framework for collaboratively and continually identifying stakeholder values and making value?based product decisions on what to build, and when.
In his presentation, Dennis will address the following questions: Why are Government Project Management Offices (PMOs) needed ? Why is Project Business Management (PBM) the right sustainability solution? How is a sustainable PBMO created? What are the values and benefits of a PBMO?
Cast aside notions of fakery and pretence, gravitas goes deeper than that, much deeper. You don’t have to look serious to be taken seriously. But, you cannot afford to leave it to chance, because making the right impression will accelerate your deliverables.
The journey to project management excellence continues beyond earning a PMP to include practicing project leadership. However, even highly skilled project managers find success limited until they can sift through the bewildering amount of leadership information and identify actions essential for them. This is a how-to presentation. It describes how project managers can take specific leadership actions that will contribute to project success.