This webinar presents project managers working in information technology with an opportunity to learn the building blocks of sustainable leadership upon which they can build and achieve successes both in their private and professional lives. We will: 1. Explore 3 pillars that will serve as a foundation for leading effectively 2. Define true leadership 3. Provide attendees with tools to help them to lift their leadership effectiveness to new level
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This introduction to the foundational principles of leadership and professional development will present you with an opportunity to learn the building blocks of sustainable leadership upon which you can build more successes both as project managers and as a professional.
EHR is here to stay. But implementing a system that fits your organization is far from turnkey. Each EHR system must be tailored to your specific needs,including the way your staff collects and uses information:how you interface with MD offices and compliance with HIPAA. To determine your needs and incorporate into a robust and flexible system requires a rigorous process. This presentation will address: -Involving clinicians early in EHR development -Generating user buy-in and participation -Best practices for communicating with providers, clinical staff and administrators -Planning pre-launch staff training
The temporary nature of projects in contrast with business as usual demands different style of management warranting distinct technical skills and management strategies. This has been the way project managers were/are seen in day to day management. The webinar strives to explain how a project manager act as a trusted business advisor and change the perception of how they can deliver value not only in the project but to the whole enterprise. As most of us know that the primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals and constraints. This requires specific competencies such as global mindset, business insights, strategic thinking etc. PM as a Trusted Business Advisor will address these competencies and how to acquire and apply on a day to day basis.
Twas the night before Christmas and there was a pending project failure; lack of a lead reindeer. Join us as we review the use case, actors, constraints of a favorite Christmas Story to discover how project managers can succeed in our environments of churn, change and chaos!
Every year, PM Network magazine tells you where job prospects are hot…and where they are not. This year, the report focuses on eight countries and their economic and project outlooks. In some of these countries, such as China, the United Kingdom and Brazil, uncertainty may rule. While others such as India appear to have bright futures for project personnel.
Trends in outsourcing are anything but linear. The political, economic, technological, social, environmental, and infra-structural landscape of developing countries is changing very fast. Thus, the decision making process for outsourcing and off shoring business and knowledge processes must be reviewed regularly: what (seemed to) made sense five years make not make sense anymore today. This webcast takes a fresh look at the question and, based on a review of recent research, proposes conceptual models that can guide and support enlightened decision
One of the most common questions asked of PMI’s Quality Community of Practice is “How do I write a quality plan?” This session will walk through the process of applying a standard approach to create effort-specific plans to ensure quality. In addition to providing a framework for use across any project, this webinar will provide examples of creating plans in ISO 9001 and CMMI environments
This webinar will address how to allow the necessary creativity which innovation requires in the context of project management principles. The presenter was a member of the ISO Working Group that wrote ISO 10006 (Quality Management in Projects) and is a member of the ASQ technical committee on Innovation.