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One of the primary talents international leaders need today, is the ability to manage and leverage cultural differences. Today’s manager has to work in both international and cross-cultural environments. Consequently, managers are now required to deal with challenges stemming from inter-cultural communication differences. Therefore, successful management demands cross-cultural competency.
This event will be broadcasted live from the 2012 PMI Research and Education Conference in Limerick Ireland. The event will bring the accademics and the Practioners in the International Development together. SYMPOSIUM 23050 : What Makes International Development
Earlier this year at the Davos World Economic Forum several emerging technologies were presented and discussed. Pulling together the market projections for these technology suggest that they will create a period of rapid technological advancement by 2025 that is far greater than anything experienced in history. The overall total for these technologies is likely to hit or exceed $25 trillion USD by 2025. Are your prepared to be a program or project manager on one or more of those programs and projects?
In this interactive and engaging talk you will learn about some of the principles that have led the Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience team at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System to analyze, design, develop, release, evaluate, and support innovative enterprise applications with small teams in less than 30-days.
As our world becomes increasingly virtual and mobile, effective communication has become increasingly more challenged. Remote communication makes its harder to build relationships, gain trust, and create empathy. However, the benefits of working virtual and mobile still outweigh any negative impacts to communication. This session will discuss techniques and processes for improving project communications for virtual and mobile staff.
This presentation focuses on how Security Paradigms keep giving way to new plans and practices. Project teams have to align themselves quickly to bring products to market that move the business forward, disrupt the competition, comply with regulations and protect company assets. Project Managers must adapt, be cognizant of the threat landscape and governance, risk & compliance (GRC) requirements, without this understanding project may derail or businesses for which they work can fail.
2016 Information Systems: The Digitally Disrupted Project Manager: The Thing(s) About The Internet of Things
The IoT is the catalyst for change across all industries, domains and technology. An unprecedented explosion of data in multiple formats is coming your way and will impact your projects.The challenge of diving into this new domain can be intimidating and as the project manager, you need to know how to rapidly transform and integrate these changes into your project.
Stakes are high and you no longer have the luxury of not being a "cyber" person or technically adequate. Project management has embraced the convenience and speed of technology - which creates corresponding vulnerabilities, threats, or weaknesses. This presentation will provide takeaways tailored for project managers and discuss best cybersecurity practices, changes in technology, and how to focus on prioritizing risks while identifying emerging issues. Find out which forms of security make most sense for your project, who should have access to sensitive data, and which breach notification laws apply.