Many organizational change initiatives start with a bang and end with a whimper. New ideas need dedicated champions to sustain momentum as people lose interest and obstacles are encountered. Here are some ongoing activities to keep individuals engaged, informed and supportive.
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Congratulations! You’ve made it into the ranks of project management practitioners! This seasoned practitioner shares some of the crucial lessons he has learned over the years to help you on your exciting journey.
It’s time to make way for new training tools and techniques…or get run over. Old methods are fast becoming obsolete, but the replacement tools have not been fully tested and will not be immediately acceptable to all organizations. Use these tactics to move more quickly toward faster project workforce development.
As you promise to drop 20 pounds, exercise three days a week and obtain a better work/life balance, don’t forget to add a few project management best practices to your resolutions.
North America Congress Highlights – Key Take-Aways and Lessons Learned in Improving Talent Management in Project, Program and Portfolio Management: Q&Aby
Our webinar North America Congress Highlights – Key Take-Aways and Lessons Learned in Improving Talent Management in Project, Program and Portfolio Management was so successful, the presenters ran out of time to answer all of the questions. Here, Lawrence Suda continues the conversation.
North America Congress Highlights – Key Take-Aways and Lessons Learned in Strategic Business Management Skills (Japanese Translation)by
North America Congress Highlights – Key Take-Aways and Lessons Learned in Strategic Business Management Skills (Korean Translation)by
우리와 함께 PMI Global Congress 2015 -North America의 발표자들과 대화를 계속하십시오. 이 웹 세미나에서는 Best Practice, 주요 테이크 아웃 및 Strategic Business Management Skills 세션에서 배운 교훈을 살펴 봅니다. 이 기회를 놓치지 마시고 PMI 세계 총회 2015 -North America에서 발표자 하이라이트와 가르 칠 수있는 순간을 사실상 발표자를 만나보고 엿볼 수 있습니다.
You've read a lot about content management, but forget it all. Wrong assumptions have put the focus on getting information in front of people--but not the right information. The key to effective content management? An underlying understanding of how it should serve knowledge management.
A veteran project management consultant shares some hard lessons learned from a challenging international engagement, including the importance of identifying the real decisionmakers early on, and the danger of assuming every project sponsor is willing and able.