It's time to start a new project - what should you do to set it up for success from the start? Join us in this session as we discuss what you can do to start your project off on the right foot, have a stellar kick off every time, and make that critical first impression with your new customer the best it can be. Learn what you need to do to go beyond simple checklists and SDM and set your new project up for success!
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This webinar will introduce problem solving by category of complexity and discuss techniques and methods used for each category. We will discuss and describe the phases of basic problem solving, including developing a problem statement, SMART goal, root cause analysis, and implementing sustainable solutions. Tools and techniques used and proven to ensure successful outcomes and sustainable solutions for problem solving will be discussed and defined.
This webinar focuses on parents as both project managers, and the providers of future project managers (children). The cases presented are based on real life examples of successful and failed projects and how they helped a prospective project manager learn from those projects.
During this lively, interactive workshop, attendees will develop a working understanding of the major mental and emotional biases we use in making decisions and planning, and be able to describe ways in which they can mitigate the impact of these biases on their project decisions so they can Make Better Project Decisions More Often.
Project teams need stakeholder management to reach the desired outcome of an endeavor. Project management has a particular emphasis on a proactive approach to stakeholder engagement and dealing with issues for possible solutions. The competence of the project-team is required for the effective management of stakeholders.
April Book Club Intro - What to Do When You're New; How to Be Comfortable, Confident, and Successful in New Situations
Introduction webinar for Book Club: What to Do When You're New; How to Be Comfortable, Confident, and Successful in New Situations
This webinar will demonstrate the use of Total Quality Management tools applied to project management and the PMO.
Learn how to filter and identify volunteer opportunities that fit with your skills and passions. Project management and leadership skills have great value in many circumstances - the key is find the right fit for you. Volunteering to the community yields skill development, network growth and a better world.
Four strengths project managers must possess in order to share and pass on vital information about the profession to new practitioners is the "L.O.V.E." or "Learn, Offer, Value, and Educate" philosophy. The L.O.V.E. philosophy focuses on the human as the keystone of the project since they are the ones who plan and implement the project process - and they are the ones who complete those projects. This webinar will examine this philosophy and discuss how you can apply these characteristics to your projects and relationships. Examples and case studies from the public service industry, military, private industry, and academia, will be reviewed.