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Make it So Number One: Why Many Projects' Chance for Success is Doomed and How to Fix It (Japanese Translation)

by Ori Schibi

およそ70万人のPMPが利用するPMBOK®も第5版になり、プロジェクトの成功率を向上させるために万全の準備をしている。しかし…(そしてここに「しかし」が入る)失敗のチャンスはいまだかなり高く(いくつかの理由による)、我々は失敗につながる同じことを続けている。このウェビナーはプロジェクトの失敗の理由を列挙したものではない。これらの失敗の根底にある原因を探求し、プロジェクトの成功記録を改善するための実践的なアイディアを提供するものである。

Making Better Project Decisions More Often (Japanese Translation)

by Eric Wright

この活気に満ちたインタラクティブなワークショップでは、意思決定と計画において私たちが使用する主要な精神的および感情的な偏見を実際に理解し、プロジェクトの決定にこれらのバイアスが与える影響を緩和する方法を説明できるようになります。より良いプロジェクト決定をより頻繁に行うことができます。

Making Better Project Decisions More Often (Korean Translation)

by Eric Wright

활발한 대화 형 워크샵에서 참석자는 의사 결정 및 계획 수립에서 사용하는 주요 정신적, 정서적 편견에 대한 올바른 이해를 개발하고 프로젝트 결정에 대한 이러한 편향의 영향을 완화 할 수있는 방법을 설명 할 수 있습니다. 더 나은 프로젝트 결정을 할 수 있습니다.

Making It Your Own

by Craig Curran-Morton

For new PMs, the learning path can be steep and daunting. The concept of making it your own can assist your development as you look to learn and grow as a project manager.

Manage the Forest, Not the Trees

by Andy Jordan

Project control is not about the minutiae, it’s about the big picture. Here we provide some guidelines on how to move from micro-level project management to a more macro-level control phase.

Managing High/Low Performers

by Dr. Marty Martin

When it comes to getting more from your individual team members, it is far more effective (and rewarding) to leverage strengths rather than focusing on weaknesses. But how do you identify people who have the potential to be higher performers in the future? And what about chronic low performers?

Managing Project Pressure

by Hendrie Weisinger

Here’s a professional development path that all project managers should explore: learn how to manage pressure. It will make it easier for you to deliver your best work when it matters most. In this new series, we begin with using positive expectations to kick off a new project.

Managing Without Authority…or Experience

by Andy Jordan

Project management is often referred to as management without authority. How do you succeed when you also don’t have any experience?

Managing Your First External Project

by Andy Jordan

Perhaps the most daunting type of project for new PMs is the external one—the one where you are looking real customers in the eye. What are the secrets to success?

Mentor and Mentee: A Mutually Beneficial Partnership

by Mike Donoghue

An established project manager has a great deal to offer an organization—not the least of which is their ability to mentor newer members of the profession and teach them how to practice their skills in an active work environment. But it's a position of responsibility that also needs to be evaluated on many levels by each individual PM to determine how ready they are for the exercise.

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