Ever feel like your projects would run much more smoothly if everyone just did their job without nagging? Help is on the way. Emotional intelligence is the way to really connect with everyone on your team. Take project management to the next level using emotional intelligence principles to guide your interactions and activities.
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As leaders of teams and projects, we regularly face choices and decisions that have downstream consequences. Learn why the familiar pros-and-cons approach seems to make sense—but is profoundly flawed, and how our biases influence the options we consider and the choices we make.
Rick welcomes Michael O'Brochta back to the show announcing the release of his new book "How to Get Executives to Act for Project Success." Even world-class project managers will not succeed unless they get their executives to act for project success.
Rick will interview Paul Gustavson, Co-Founder and CTO of Simventions. Paul is passionate about leadership and innovation.
According to the Project Management Institute, ethics is about making the best possible decisions concerning people, resources, and the environment. Every PMP® must sign off on a set of values: Honesty, Responsibility, Respect, and Fairness. But ethics – whether it’s business, personal, or abstract – often inhabits a grey area, where neither right nor wrongfully prevails.
Rick will be interviewing Mark McAuliffe discussing Living a Life of Success and Significance, The difference between getting there by default and falling or living by design, BEING DOING and HAVING.
When an organization has a structured PMO, using your project management skills can be easy. But, what if your organization doesn’t have a PMO or doesn’t even like the rigor of project management? What should an experienced project manager do?
Rick will interview Colin Ellis to talk about why project management has to change. It has to embrace all that is new and that works and discard all that is old and broken. It needs to challenge the current doctrines, structures, processes and people that are holding it back.
Agile has gained popularity in part due to its ability to effectively respond to issues as they arise, improve stakeholder satisfaction, and increase focus on value-driven delivery. A major challenge for many project managers is knowing how to effectively plan, identify, and manage risks when using agile approaches. This discussion addresses how to integrate proven risk management techniques with agile approaches.
Rick will interview Digital Marketing Expert Dave Gambrill. They will discuss the current landscape of digital marketing