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Handling Difficult Project Situations

by Mark Waldof
March 05, 2015 | 62:17 | Views: 34,604 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.35 / 5

All projects run into difficulties. Issues with sponsors, clients, management and other stakeholders related to requirements, funding, resources, scope changes and other factors can arise, adding stress and turmoil to any effort. Learn what the PM and team can do to handle these situations effectively.

Handling Difficult Project Situations – PART II

by Mark Waldof
August 17, 2016 | 61:35 | Views: 3,425 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.21 / 5

Learn how to handle troubling situations effectively! Note: This is a sequel to an earlier webinar titled “Handling Difficult Project Situations” that contains all new situations and proven solutions.

Healthcare Project Management – Tools & Techniques that Work

by Dan Furlong, PMP, PMI-ACP, MBA, CSM Kathy Schwalbe
December 13, 2013 | 63:05 | Views: 1,632 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.20 / 5

Being an effective project management in healthcare begins by understanding how the industry is different than most. We will help you understand why the healthcare industry is seeing a sudden surge in project management growth, as knowing the reasons will help project managers better position themselves to manage healthcare projects.

Help Your Organization Navigate Turbulent Times Using Organizational Project Management

by Dr Nigel L. Williams
March 12, 2012 | 37:52 | Views: 118 | PDUs: 0.50 | Rating: 4.00 / 5

Project management is viewed primarily as a tool for implementing strategy. However, the current dynamic business environment encourages organizations to consider project management as a strategic competency. This webinar presents a framework to support the formulation of strategy for the project function in organizations.

Herding Cats Communications for Remote Project Teams

by Susan Baker 
June 28, 2013 | 51:34 | Views: 1,252 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.26 / 5

In the webinar on Managing Director/Project Director Service Delivery at Cyberlis, Susan Baker will be discussing the various software tools and techniques that are available to maximize effective communications for remote teams. It is very important to understand the concept of project management, therefore, she will also discuss the strengths and limitations that come with technologies such as conference calls, IM and webinar solutions

Here's the hard truth about the implementation of change

by Peter de Jager José Ângelo da Costa Pinto
February 05, 2014 | 67:18 | Views: 100 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.71 / 5

The presentation will provide you with a simple communication model for change initiatives - like the SWOT (Strengths - Strengths / Weaknesses - Weaknesses / Opportunities - Opportunities / Threats - Threats) for Strategic Planning or SMART objectives to delegate. The goal for the presentation of 60 minutes is to give you a tool that can be used immediately - and a lemon juice ....

HIEs and ACOs

by Kathy Church
December 07, 2012 | 65:18 | Views: 248 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.64 / 5

This webinar will identify the major differences of two key organizational structures in today’s emerging healthcare settings: Health Information Exchanges and Accountable Care Organizations. Ms. Church will share her thoughts and insights on what they are, what they do, and how together HIEs and ACOs offer a significant benefit for patients, providers, and payers through mutual collaboration. While both are still in the early stages of development, there are many indications of potential and substantial benefits in terms of patient care delivery (and bottom line concerns). Ms. Church’s experience and knowledge of efforts in the Indianapolis, IN USA and the supporting advice and recommendations from knowledge leaders in the field suggest this will be a highly informative and timely discussion bringing together two very exciting topics in healthcare today.

High Performance Teams are Essential to Concurrent Product Development Success

by Robert Beachy
March 31, 2016 | 62:12 | Views: 2,696 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.04 / 5

Concurrent product development is not just doing tasks in parallel, but focusing on project definition, cross-functional teaming and constant refinement of the final product based on end user requirements. Cross-functional teams are the key to accelerating innovation, reducing time to market and delivery the right product or service to the end user.

Hodgepodge of Leadership Things

by David Davis
February 24, 2014 | 58:32 | Views: 267 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.17 / 5

This webinar provides an overview of the five levels of leadership. We look at the styles of four renowned leaders and what made them successful: Nelson Mandela, Gen. Colin Powell, Ruth Moeller, Gen. George S. Patton, Jr.

Honoring PM Aspirations during Challenging Times with Stakeholders

by Michael Andrews
November 18, 2020 | 52:52 | Views: 61 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.13 / 5

A project leader of a functional team, in late 2020, may encounter external stakeholders that may negatively affect aspirational guidelines that all PMs must strive to achieve. By nature of this type of organization, a PM has little or no formal power. How does a PM maintain the position of being fair, being factual with stakeholder raising conflict, defending himself/herself in a responsible manner, and respecting those stakeholders bringing negative (perceived or real) risks? In the process groups of initiation and executing, I plan to share also two to three examples from projects in the ASIC supply chain business experienced in the past (good, bad, ugly) in the in the initiation and execution areas.


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