When we talk about talent management, we often identify the work that organizations take on to develop and ensure availability of the skillsets and capabilities that they need to thrive in the future. That is all well and good in ensuring the organization has the competencies it requires. In this day and age, however, we all need to be responsible for our own talent management. We need to be identifying and building our own talents to ensure we are positioned for the roles we want in order to succeed and thrive. This webinar provides you with the grounding and guidance to manage your own talents, and take charge of your own career.
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This presentation discusses each of the PMI Professional Awards offered in 2018. We encourage you to learn more about the PMI Professional Awards, the overall PMI Professional Awards Program, and to submit nominations for these professional awards! You can work within your PMI chapter and region to support PMI awards and reach out to award winners and finalists as an important resource for chapter/region learning.
Multiple Agile scaling frameworks are being developed and presented now-a-days to handle enterprise wide Agile adoption. In this context, this session would present speaker’s experiences on implementing different Agile scaling frameworks and lessons learned through these adoptions.
This webinar will help close the gaps related to two primary factors contributing to change failure: (1) strategic implementation planning and execution, and (2) preparing leaders to navigate change. Learn a proven framework that readies leaders to become change champions.
We’re often taught that our “sponsor” is the person who champions the effort and provides critical support. Indeed, the sponsor is often the one we’re to seek out for support and issue resolution throughout the project. But what do you do when your sponsor IS the problem???
Project management helps advancement for strategic implementation that requires an environment to create a “Thinking Organization”. Every team member needs to behave like a “strategic leader” and develop a driving force for a thinking organization.
Project managers are expected to be increasingly more accountable and involved in ensuring the success of their projects. PMOs are working to enhance the maturity of organizational practices; they are also concerned with demonstrating the value and relevance of their services.