Hear about Ma's success in a keynote filled with unforgettable stories and lessons applicable to project managers in any field. Everyone will walk away a winner!
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Come join this year’s presentation team for the Redefining the PMO workshop series for a presentation that will highlight the top 10 tips for building a PMO that matters.
In this presentation, you will learn how agile structurally differs from three other delivery strategies; the benefits of each approach; and how to choose when agile may be the right approach for a specific project.
In this case study, Michelle shares how the police department of a major metropolitan city used PPM to focus scarce resources on the right projects at the right time.
This session will explore some of the reasons why this part of the transition can be so problematic and also offer a few simple techniques you can use to satisfy the organization’s desire for traditional artifacts as they find their way toward a more Agile way of looking at how the work is going.
Inspirational and entertaining, Rosemann gives audiences a rare look inside the world of an iconic brand while dispensing insights into what we can learn from these larger-than-life characters to tap into our own super-human potential in career and life.
In this presentation, Mark explores avenues for effective strategy development in a highly uncertain world. While we might not be able to predict the future, there are still strategies that allow us to define it in broad but meaningful enough terms to make sense of it. Mark takes the time to explore just how that might be possible.
How do you communicate project status and raise the profile of your project? This presentation will give you 10 tips for making the people who matter care about your project.
Extreme projects feature high speed, high change, high complexity and high stress. As more projects continue to fall into the extreme zone, successful project and program managers will shift from inhibiting change to proactively creating change and responding to change.
With a rich and varied background, Adam Steltzner had many of the needed skills to lead the landing team for the Curiosity rover. That said, his team would struggle for almost a decade with design challenges and setbacks.