In this webinar we will take a deep dive to understand the fundamentals of the Design Thinking approach. You will experience the power of Design Thinking concepts that can lead to the path of innovation and unveil new possibilities to generate valuable Projects. Projects that will add customer and Business value. Ultimately leadinng to your organization’s success.
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The topic of Game Theory is often presented or thought of as being highly complex. It doesn’t have to be.
When people ask what you do every day as a project manager, do you reply “I get things done”? That is your job, but how do you get things done? The most effective project managers use their skills in leadership, technical project management and strategic and business management. In this webinar, you will hear from practitioners who have been published in PM Network® magazine’s Getting It Done feature and republished in the Getting It Done compilation book.
Identifying risks that are not related to the project is a common mistake, leading to incorrect analysis and poor responses. The end result is that risk management is frequently adding more waste and inefficiency instead of helping to increase project success rates.
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a central business process capable of delivering insight into cost and schedule performance that lead to more effective and efficient program management results. Guiding principles will be shared to relate front-end project management processes to important experiences of EVM adoption.
Project managers often struggle to reach success at work because of their limited formal authority. Presenter Bruce Harpham, PMP will discuss how to overcome this obstacle by exploring different tips and techniques, discussing the importance of organization, and how this can enhance your reputation.
This webinar centres on how the Disciplined Agile Coach (DAC) successfully coaches agile teams utilizing the DA mindset and tool kit.
This webinar centers on how the Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master successfully leads one or more agile teams and effectively takes on complex and key initiatives inside the organization. Together we explore: - How a DASSM starts by looking inwardly and intelligently lead themselves. - What tools a DASSM uses to lead teams to high performance. - How a DASSM creates organizational alliances enabling the development team to deliver value to customers early and often. - How a DASSM successfully leads the team inside the organization navigating common requests for planning, reporting, and metrics.
We’re making changes to both the Standard for Project Management and A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) to reflect the range of different project approaches and your need for flexibility. We’ve heard questions about how the 12 principles evolved for the Standard for Project Management and how we developed the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. We’re here to answer them.
Getting Under the Hood of the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition Part 10: The Difference between the PMP® and the PMBOK® Guide
Join us to better understand how the PMP exam is developed and updated, as well as how the forthcoming PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition was developed so you can realize value from both.