Attendees will be able to recognize the good practices they have in achieving a safe working environment, excellent leadership and behavioral skills, and sound safety culture infrastructure, learn what is meant by compatible nuclear safety culture and nuclear professionalism and understand the capabilities they are required to demonstrate, and learn how to create a priority plan to meet the nuclear safety culture requirements for review by one of HP&L nuclear safety culture experts post-webinar.
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Santa has performed an organizational assessment and is considering new portfolio ideas to move into the 21st century. One of the business case "winners" is drone delivery. Let's consider and evaluate the business benefits associated with this business idea. Shall the elves leap to implement this or is project execution caught in the fog of cloud business hype?
This is the 5th annual PMI Santa Series. Organizational Project Management (OPM) is the systematic management of projects, programs, and portfolios in alignment with the achievement of strategic goals. Sounds great yet how do we actually translate that into our daily project management work?
Dans le cadre du développement et de la coopération internationale, de nombreux projets sont réalisés chaque année. Mais combien de ces projets utilisent l'expertise qu'offre la gestion de projets telle que décrite dans le PMBOK?
In this webinar, Barry LePatner, author of Too Big to Fall: America’s Failing Infrastructure and the Way Forward and creator of www.SaveOurBridges.com, explains how truly precarious our nation’s infrastructure has become and how using new technology will produce enough savings to offset the stagering costs resulting from the past few decades of deferred maintenance. He’ll lay out how new assessment technologies are central to overcoming the limiting effects of visual inspection for both bridge management and funding allocation, and offer a variety of benefits to transportation departments and the public.
Projects get into trouble for repeating and well understood reasons. Many proven solutions to these common root causes of project issues are now well known. This seminar addresses a process to recover troubled projects. The process determines the core project issues and defines steps necessary to put the project back on a successful path. In addition, organizational level structural actions that can be very valuable in preventing projects from getting into trouble in the first place and what infrastructure is needed and how this infrastructure can be developed is addressed.
Projects can run into trouble for many different reasons and many of these reasons are common and well characterized. Years of experience have resulted in proven solutions to resolve repeating challenged project situations and many solutions are provided in this seminar. A process for putting a troubled project back on a successful track with guidance for each step is addressed along with the actions that organizations and projects can do proactively to keep future projects out of trouble.