“Net Zero” has become a buzz word today. It importance and initiatives related to it cannot be underestimated. Organizations, businesses and governments are all into it and every effort is being made to thwart the potential problems due to climate change, now and in future. What is Net Zero? And how does it impact the project management profession? This is the subject of this talk. In particular we will deliberate on the following: 1. Understanding Net Zero - the basics & current status 2. Reasons, benefits and challenges 3. Agreements & Commitments 4. Net Zero projects - Domains / Industries - Examples 5. Opportunities for project professionals
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Join PMI, Pipefy, and Quixy for the PMI Citizen Developer(TM) Partner’s Perspective Webinar Series where we bring you valuable insights, perspectives, and experiences from leaders of the citizen development movement.
Practical Guide to correlate the Project Management Processes and outcomes during the Project Life Cycle using a Design for Quality Approach
This webinar will present a practical approach to deploy the Project Management Processes in a Design for Quality Environment, identifying the critical PMP deliverables and key outcomes used during the Project Life Cycle.
Pulse of the Profession® 2023: Power Skills, Redefining Project Success report highlights that power skills are increasingly important in the modern workplace. They are at the heart of leading successful teams, engaging stakeholders, and overcoming project challenges. This webinar aims to provide an understanding of the essential power skills for successful project management. The discussion will be led by industry experts (Steven Czarniak, Program Manager, Boston Scientific Project Management Center of Excellence (PM COE)and Mary Wanja Murekio, Senior Program Manager - Digital IT, Safaricom PLC )who will share their knowledge and experience on developing the four top power skills, including what they look like in action and how they contribute to a successful project; how organizations prioritize power skills, and the opportunities available for learning and development; as well as the process of evaluating power skills of teams and individual team members.
A RAID Register consolidates risks, assumptions, issues and dependencies into one place. It is not intended to be a detailed accounting of each item, rather it represents a consolidated summary with the ability to get more details as required. The RAID Register should be reviewed in all team meetings with updates captured directly into the log.
Earned Value Management (EVM) is essential to project success. It is used extensively in the Department of Defense (DOD) and construction industries but not in the IT industry. This webinar focuses on applying EVM to large IT projects. It will present: a brief overview of the EVM fundamentals; why EVM is not used on large IT projects; how to create a baseline for the project; what a rolling wave is and how to use it; and the benefits of using EVM on large IT projects.
This webinar is an in-depth review of proven time management techniques. Attendees learn fundamental time management techniques that can be applied immediately to improve productivity and leave more time for fun!
In this session Adam describes and illustrates best practices that inform the HVP approach as well as his own learning and experiences from a Project Management perspective. He examines how HVP systems and culture drive Project Management Excellence through mastery of Input Management, Action Management, and Work Management domains. Participants learn how the Getting Things Done (GTD) framework, Toyota Production System “Rules in Use”, and Theory of Constraints inform the High-Velocity Productivity mindset. If you’re a project manager seeking better guidance, navigation, and control of your work, you will not want to miss this webinar with Adam as he shares his own experiences, combat tactics, and battle scars from lessons learned along his never-ending journey towards High-Velocity Productivity.
This non-technical presentation examines the differences, similarities, and synergy between TDD and ATDD, and places them into the overall context of the management of an agile process.
In this era of unprecedented political shifts, the global health pandemic, and social justice awakenings, everyone can benefit from having the ability to navigate an evolving socio-political landscape and the needs of an increasingly diverse American population and marketplace. A new framework: Culturally Relevant Strategy is helping the market-minded to meet these needs. For professionals operating in the project management space, culturally relevant strategy offers important features and benefits. Taking cues from education pedagogy, this hybrid approach integrates strategy with multi-dimensional research, discourse, critical interpretation, and analysis, to facilitate meaningful outcomes. Learn how and much more at this informative presentation.