You're a project manager who had little or no say-so about who would be on the project team. Now you're stuck with people who have been imposed upon you. What do you do?
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From the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix, this presentation uses a case study from the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management in Tennessee to help you make more informed decisions for your programs.
What is talent management? Why is it useful? How can you use it on your day-to-day interactions with people? Check out this presentation from the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix for more!
A project worth doing is a project worth doing right. But can the project really be done at all? Learn how to assess project feasibility by taking into account potential constraints.
No one can predict the future, but you as project manager will be asked to estimate the duration of tasks. You can get yourself a crystal ball, read tea leaves, or download this presentation for some real help.
Whether the project was a resounding success or stunning failure, there are lessons to be learned. We've captured those lessons here in presentation form.
The webinar of this presentation will show how communicating online is fundamentally different from communicating face-to-face and how your communication style must change depending upon your environment. Attendees will also learn how to effectively create slides and which pitfalls to avoid.
You don't always get to pick the people you want or need for your project team. This presentation guides you on what to do and how to manage when your project team people are not your choice at all.
Negotiation is a skill that can be learned. This presentation is an overview of Negotiation 101 for project managers.
Do the potential benefits of a project outweigh its costs? You'll need to have a high-level cost/benefit analysis in hand before you can submit your project for approval.