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Project Management Processes for the True Beginner: Initiating Phase

by Vijay Kanabar
May 03, 2012 | 38:00 | Views: 316 | PDUs: 0.50 | Rating: 3.92 / 5

This is the first of five webinars for new practitioners interested in visually understanding the processes described in the PMBOK® Guide — Fourth Edition. We’ll use a case study that is richly embedded with illustrations of tools, techniques and templates.

NPCOP PM Basics - Monitor & Control Phase Part I

by Vijay Kanabar
March 28, 2012 | 66:59 | Views: 151 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.47 / 5

Dr. Vijay Kanabar continues his series of webinars on PM Basics with a discussion on the Monitor & Control Phase of the project management lifecycle. This is the last in this series of Webinars. However all of this series is/will be recorded and available

NPCOP PM Basics - Monitor & Control Phase Part II

by Vijay Kanabar
February 15, 2012 | 58:04 | Views: 113 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.60 / 5

Dr. Vijay Kanabar continues his series of webinars on PM Basics with a discussion on the Monitor & Control Phase of the project management lifecycle

What Every Project Needs

by Mark Waldof
January 20, 2012 | 71:47 | Views: 919 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.00 / 5

Projects need a wide spectrum of conditions to be successful. Most project managers are aware of a number of basic things a project must have but are often not fully knowledgeable of everything needed to support a project functioning effectively. This seminar addresses the full gamut of project prerequisites necessary to support project success and provides examples of these conditions for different project types. The risks to projects when any of these prerequisites are not in place is discussed and guidance on how to ensure your projects have what is needed for success is a key part of the seminar. A checklist to assess the status of necessary project inputs and conditions during different project phases is included.

Relative Agility

by David Hussman
October 13, 2011 | 61:13 | Views: 584 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.79 / 5

Ten years ago, a new way of working was branded Agile. At that time, many of the practitioners were living on the edge, challenging people and process in ways that were sometimes good but other times overly extreme. Ten years later, agile methods and agile practices are less radical and even more able to provide a competitive advantages if applied pragmatically. In this session, David Hussman will share experience and techniques for introducing agile methods into high governance and high criticality environments. David has successfully introduced agility in medical devices development, aerospace, defense and many government funded projects. The session will explain techniques used to select practices, introduce them and measure their success. Please sign in armed with an open mind and a pile of questions and healthy skepticism


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