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PM Point of View #59: Psychometrics: Myers-Briggs and Beyond

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by Kendall Lott, David Cooper, Ray Linder, Hile Rutledge
PMI Washington, DC Chapter

Know thyself. Then know your teammates. A key component of effective project management is teamwork, but that’s not always easy when you bring together people representing a range of ages, backgrounds, and values. There are steps PMs can take to engender a harmonious and, consequently, a productive work environment.

PM Point of View #57: Organizational Effectiveness

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by Charles G. Chandler

"Efficiency is about going from inputs to outputs. But effectiveness is about going from outputs to outcomes." So says Charles Chandler, author and podcaster, who discusses his model for organizational sustainability and effectiveness.

PM Point of View #56: Construction

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by Kendall Lott, Kristen M. Ambrose, Omoniyi (Niyi) Ladipo, Christopher J. Payne, Jeff Gravatte, Saurabh Gangwar, Ryan Anderson, Sara Collins, Mike Schlegel, Mark Bodner, Lance Coburn
PMI Washington, DC Chapter

This is the third in our series from the 2018 Project Management symposium at the University of Maryland's Project Management Center for Excellence. For this episode, presenters and speakers talk about project management in the construction space. Learn about the latest and greatest technologies which have greatly improved the efficiency and ease of stakeholder management, scope, communication, risk mitigation, budgeting and scheduling.

PM Podcast Episode 422: How NOT to Work 60-Hour Weeks (Free) #PMOT

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It's hard to juggle everything on your project. And just a glance at your company's project management methodology can make you despair about getting it all done. But if we take a page from agile development, adding tools from behavioral psychology to Pomodoro, and incorporating pragmatic prioritization, you’ll be able to build a personalized time management system that fits your own working style.

PM Point of View #55: Volunteer Management

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by Kendall Lott, Jennifer R. Bennett, Teri Johnson, Valerie Pisierra
PMI Washington, DC Chapter

Managing Volunteers is key to the success of nonprofits and associations. In this episode of PM Point of View, host Kendall Lott talks with three Volunteer Management experts on the importance, the components, and the impact of good volunteer management. Listeners will learn about ways that volunteer managers can support their organization as well as their volunteers.

PM Podcast Episode 419: Setting up a PMO in 100 Days (Free) #PMOT

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by Hussain Bandukwala

Is your company thinking about setting up a PMO and nobody, not even you, have the experience to do it? That is not a problem. Our guest today, Hussain Bandukwala, says that even if you’ve never done it before you can still set up a PMO in 100 days.

PM Point of View #54: Procurement

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by Kendall Lott, David Yarkin, Gordon Wade, Rick Grimm
PMI Washington, DC Chapter

Almost every project involves some sort of procurement, whether it's goods, or teams of contractors. In fact, Procurement is one of the ten Knowledge Areas of the PMBOK® Guide, and merits almost a complete column in the index of the Sixth Edition. Yet how well versed are PM’s in the best practices, the methods and approaches of the procurement process?

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