All of us have an opportunity—and an obligation—to give back. And one of the most significant ways that we can help to do that is to help develop the next generation of project managers. The challenge is that they are a very different generation. They have different values and different priorities. They also face a very different environment organizational and work environment. This webinar explore how to make a difference in developing the next generation of project managers.
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This presentation details the various steps needed to manage project cutover efficiently. Project managers can use this template and customize it to meet their project cutover needs. The cutover example in the presentation is for a very large IT implementation spawning multiple countries, so not all steps might be needed for smaller projects.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly takes us back to the essence of what program management is, and what it means to be a program manager. It explores where program management came from, and what it was intended to address. The webinar explores the challenges that were present when program management was conceived, and the challenges that continue to be present in taking a program approach. Finally, it considers how to practically consider and apply the principles of program management in the real world.
When we talk about talent management, we often identify the work that organizations take on to develop and ensure availability of the skillsets and capabilities that they need to thrive in the future. That is all well and good in ensuring the organization has the competencies it requires. In this day and age, however, we all need to be responsible for our own talent management. We need to be identifying and building our own talents to ensure we are positioned for the roles we want in order to succeed and thrive. This webinar provides you with the grounding and guidance to manage your own talents, and take charge of your own career.
Ask what project success looks like, and the most common answer is “on time, on budget and to specification.” The role of projects in organizations has evolved considerably, but our perception of project success has barely moved.
The Project Management Institute Educational Foundation is honored to partner with ProjectManagement.com to share an Open House event around the theme of project managers giving back. We're speaking directly to the practitioner community to discuss how you can get involved. This Program Guide shares all you need to know to make the most out of your day—and your career!
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly explores the reality of politics in our projects: where it comes from, what it means and how it is often perceived. More importantly, he reframes politics as a necessary—and even useful—driver in the project management process. Rather than seeing politics as unwelcome interference, there is an opportunity to view politics as a fundamental way of exercising influence, managing expectations and engaging in action. Finally, he provides guidance, structure and a thinking framework in order to engage with, manage and influence the political processes orbiting and shaping your projects.
This webinar puts portfolio management under the microscope. It explores where portfolio management originally came from, and how it has evolved to the set of practices we understand today. It also explores the question of what organizations actually need to support their strategic and organizational choices, and manage their organizational priorities and changes.
This single-page PDF flowchart shows the workflow diagram that clearly illustrates the stages of a typical project, which consists of relations between all parts of the project cycle. Workflow diagrams are used to represent the transferring of deliverables during the project phases, to study and analyze the working processes, and to optimize a workflow. Use it as a visual refresher or teaching tool.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition Mind Maps (Spanish)
Esta presentación tiene un mapa mental para cada área de conocimiento que resume todos los procesos (con entradas, herramientas y resultados) para tener en cuenta las tareas cotidianas relacionadas con la administración del proyecto. Se basa en una Guía para el Cuerpo de Conocimiento de la Gestión de Proyectos (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition y puede usarse para estudiar, entrenar o como un refresco.