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Project HEADWAY: Reconnecting with Project Management

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

We start our project management journey as a search for tools to get organized and structured, to get things done, to organize and structure our work. It is a focus outward, looking for answers and solutions to questions and problems. At some point, we transition to a consuming of project management as defined and practiced. We learn structure and order, sequence and steps. There are boundaries, and within those boundaries there are espoused and recommended (dare we call them “best”?) practices. Eventually, we hit a point where we need to reconcile these perspectives. We recognize that the universal definition doesn’t suit all situations. We also come to appreciate the value of our own viewpoint and perspectives. We need to reconnect with where we started, and understand how all the pieces fit together for us.

Project HEADWAY: What I Have Learned About Volunteer Leadership

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

It is one thing to manage or lead in a professional setting. It is an entirely different thing to lead in a volunteer setting. Volunteers are there of their own free will, and choose whether (and how much) to participate in any given project. Their choice to be involved is wanting to contribute, to be a part of something and to make a difference. They will only be present to the extent that they believe that is true. The experience is also a social one; it is where people look to connect, to find community and to find like minds. That means that leading in a volunteer situation requires a deft touch. We can't require, expect or demand. And while we often don't have much control at work, no where is that reality more clearly demonstrated than in a voluntary setting. This presentation explores successful strategies for leading volunteers.

Project HEADWAY: What I Have Learned About Volunteer Leadership

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

It is one thing to manage or lead in a professional setting. It is an entirely different thing to lead in a volunteer setting. Volunteers are there of their own free will, and choose whether (and how much) to participate in any given project. Their choice to be involved is wanting to contribute, to be a part of something and to make a difference. They will only be present to the extent that they believe that is true. The experience is also a social one; it is where people look to connect, to find community and to find like minds. That means that leading in a volunteer situation requires a deft touch. We can't require, expect or demand. And while we often don't have much control at work, no where is that reality more clearly demonstrated than in a voluntary setting. This presentation explores successful strategies for leading volunteers.

Project Issue Analysis & Improvement

presentation
by Ethan Wei

The process of issue analysis and improvement can be performed on the job and with our daily personal activities alike. While most professionals would focus on presenting various options for solutions when encountering a problem on the job, you should emphasize full-scale analysis of the issue at hand. This presentation uses a common problem we all face to help illustrate valuable project management practices.

Project HEADWAY: Practical Change

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

The reality is that change is hard, and good change management is harder. We often describe change management as a process, when in reality is guiding and supporting difficult transitions through painful, messy and awkward emotions. This presentation explores what change management really requires, and how to think about preparing for it effectively.

Project HEADWAY: Practical Leadership

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

This presentation explores what it really means to be a leader. More importantly, it provides practical guidance on how to become one . Participants will gain appreciation for the key dimensions of leadership, how to exercise them and how to recognize the opportunities when doing so might be appropriate.

The Project Canvas

PREMIUM presentation
by Antonio Nieto

The Project Canvas framework, which covers the basic principles and fundamentals of projects that everyone should know, is practical and easy to implement. It is a proven tool that will assist you in leading projects more successfully and in making your dreams a reality.

Project HEADWAY: Adapting Adaptive Approaches

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

This presentation takes a deep dive into thinking about how to adapt approaches to our projects. In particular, it considers where and when we might need to adapt approaches that are already billed as being "adaptive."

Project HEADWAY: Storytelling for Project Managers

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

An essential part of good communication is story. And good story has structure, rules and guidelines. Understanding how story works, and how to tell good stories, is a critical tool in communicating well. In this presentation, you will learn how to understand and apply story telling principles to your communication efforts.

Project HEADWAY: Building Business Cases That Matter

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

It doesn't need to be this way, and good, well-crafted business cases can be important decision tools to guide and support strategic decision making. This presentation dives in to what makes an exceptional business case, and how to build one.

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