In recent years, data-driven approaches are outperforming old-school gut instinct and determination, and for good reason. This webinar is about effective ways to apply a data-driven approach to project trend identification and analysis.
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In project management, negotiation is a crucial skill that enables project managers to achieve optimal outcomes within the constraints of time and cost. This webinar focuses on successful negotiation perspectives for project managers, specifically in dealing with stakeholder dynamics, scope management, time / cost / resource constraints. Referring to PMBOK (V7), the webinar highlights the three elements crucial for win-win negotiations: Character, Trust, and Approach. Participants will explore various negotiation approaches to pursue their intended goals and effectively create and claim value during negotiations. The process of creating value involves a focused study of the subject matter, including its associated products and by- products. The webinar also addresses the importance of understanding biases and leveraging them strategically for successful negotiation outcomes. Through scenario-based discussions, participants will gain insights into how different stakeholders perceive and resolve the given issue. By the end of the webinar, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of successful negotiation perspectives and will enhance their negotiation skills and be better equipped to navigate complex project environments.
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
Step into a captivating webinar where we explore the true nature of business transformations. Just as no one loses weight by merely wearing sports clothes, organizations cannot truly change by merely adopting the outward appearance of transformation. Join us as we dive deep into the underlying causes of failed business transformations and discover the crucial elements that go beyond the illusion of change. Uncover the missing pieces needed to drive meaningful and lasting transformations within your organization. Gain valuable insights, practical strategies, and real-life examples to redefine your approach to transformation, break free from the illusion and embark on a journey of genuine organizational change.
This webinar provides a clear and objective assessment of career options and career development strategies for the new project manager. It outlines what avenues are possible, which options and choices are available and the strategies to employ in building the career of your dreams. If you are a new project manager—and even if you are not—you will want to check out this webinar.
The presentation includes practical action-oriented insights which Project Managers can consider as they explore the impact of AI on their careers.
There are more than a hundred different competences in project management and different competence guidelines, as a project professional to increase the probability to deliver a project with success and improve your personal performance it is necessary to understand the context of the project and use the most context-sensitive project management competences. This session will present what are the most important competences according to the type of the project which may be 14 different typologies.
Using the PMBOK 7 Project Performance Domains as our guide, we will discuss possible ethical dilemmas that could arise in these domains and explore how a project manager could determine the best approach to resolving these situations. As we work through these scenarios, the participants will have the opportunity to learn about PMI's four Ethical Values, gain an understanding of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, and become familiar with the use of PMI's Ethical Decision-Making Framework (EDMF) while also becoming more familiar with some of the changes now found in PMBOK 7. The ethical situations will span a number of different disciplines within project management, coming out of our collective experience in projects in construction, technology, and organizational change in government, partnership, and corporate contexts.
This webinar will focus on the importance of strategy and planning. It will highlight the need for an effective strategic plan to start with a purpose (the North Star). It will also emphasize that a strategic plan should include goals, strategic priorities (prioritized work), your target market and customer, key results, and core values (the “how”). We will discuss each of these components and how they should connect to each other and the purpose. We will also discuss the importance of bringing your strategic plan to life at all levels of the organization through communications and change management. Finally, we will talk about the routines needed for accountability to keep driving toward the outcomes an organization is striving to achieve and the adoption of the culture that will ultimately drive success.