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Nobody wants projects to fail. This presentation goes over the key factors that will certainly affect the outcome of any project.
Sometimes things go horribly wrong once. Other times, they go horribly wrong on a routine basis. Ever wonder why that is? If failure is a recurring theme in your projects, you'd be wise to download this deliverable.
This webinar delves into the deepest of the brains of individuals to unravel ways that would enhance their skills to manage stakeholders in their journey of project management. As the questions usually individuals tend to ask their stakeholders lack the ability to question most of the times that eventually becomes the greatest pitfall
Join us for an interactive, fun, and informative webinar in which you will learn and practice PMI's Ethics Toolkit for Project Management practitioners' Case studies (ethical dilemmas) derived from our project managers’ life will be presented, and the discussed, available tools will be proposed and applied. This is the second webinar of the series "Ethics in project management: a Masterclass". Find the previous one here: https://www.projectmanagement.com/videos/615167/The-Secret-Sauce-of-Successful-Change-Management
Use this sample project plan for responding to a Federal RFP for IT and related services.
When you begin a new role or a new job, you feel sometimes misplaced, and you don’t belong. You’re not alone: many of us have gone through impostor syndrome without naming it. What is impostor syndrome? When does it happen? Why? How to overcome it? We propose to explore these insightful questions sharing our experiences as a project manager.
The Final Project Performance Report is developed in the closing process. It documents final project performance as compared to the project objectives. The objectives from the project charter are reviewed, and evidence of meeting them is documented. Use this form to document your progress.
This Final Project Report provides a snapshot of your project and provides an outline to help you surfaces relevant information on milestones, budget, time, lessons learned, and more! Adapt it to fit your needs.
Managing conflict is a critical competency for every leader and employee. Unfortunately, many people choose simply to ignore conflict and hope it goes away by itself, thinking that it’s not my call to resolve it. However, conflict is an essential part of growth, especially when there is a need to be innovative and creative, when deadlines are tight, and when the directions are unclear.