As culture needs to be high on the project management agenda this webinar creates awareness of the cultural risks and potentials in projects.
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A September webinar by Roberta Fernandez with the AtKisson Group covered the basic concepts of the Compass framework and ISIS Method (the 'what'). This followup webinar will address the 'who and when' in determining how to use them. These tools can result in better understanding, clearer decisions, a stronger consensus, more well-developed plans, more effective strategies and implementation programs, better measures of progress, and thus, a great deal of real and specific change to make our world more sustainable. ISIS and Compass are not the tools that PLAN or implement the project, but that bring the sustainability conversation front and center in the project’s beginning.
Effective coaching leads to higher levels of engagement and better results. Highly engaged team members are more productive and produce better outcomes. Attend the webinar to explore five effective coaching practices to help you increase team engagement and produce better project results.
The webinar introduces a framework and process that serve as the bridge for developing and managing a shared vision of sustainability. The Compass of Sustainability is the framework which allows teams to focus on four critical criteria for long term project success: North is Nature, South is Society, East is Economy and West is Wellbeing.
Most are now aware that Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the way of the future, but is it just another tool or is it something more? Deke Smith, Executive Director of the buildingSMART alliance and co-author of “Building Information Modeling: A Strategic Implementation Guide for Architects, Engineers, Constructors, and Real Estate Asset Managers” published by Wiley in 2009 believes that BIM can be the enabler to bring the Facilities industry into the Information Age.
From our 4Q Track: Resource Management and OPM, we'll present in collaboration with the LEAD CoP and the Global Diversity CoP: Surviving Your Serengeti: 7 Skills to Master Business & Life will redefine how you view and comprehend people. Africa-born, New York Times bestselling author, Stefan Swanepoel shares the different parallels between our concrete jungle and the real jungle. Take the surprisingly accurate three-minute quiz and discover whether you are an enterprising crocodile, a strategic lion, a risk-taking mongoose or another one of the “Serengeti Seven.” Learn to develop your own strongest survival skill and identify and understand the strengths of those you work with – all while having fun and developing an extraordinary team
In the following webinar we will cover the eight most common cultural mistakes in virtual teams you should be able to recognized and avoid. With the complexity of working with people who live in different countries, come from various cultures, have different notions of collaboration and work, it’s no wonder that the failure rate can be very high
One of the key tenants of agile methods is to create a sustainable pace with self-organizing teams. But how does that work in the real world? Can I use agile methods if I have hard deadlines all the time? What if the only way to get ahead is to do whatever the boss says, whatever it takes? In this interactive webinar, you will learn how to avoid the real the human toll associated with business-as-usual.
The intent of this webinar is to provide the participants a framework within which to process the concepts that make up Diversity. The interactive format allows the participants to actively introspect, while providing basic guidelines on what global diversity truly means. Participants should leave the webinar with a clearer grasp of the scope of diversity and be able to articulate clear business reasons for why diversity in the workspace is important.