In today's digital landscape, organisations need to manage a large portfolio of programs, projects and operations. Given the ongoing market and economical changes, the traditional portfolio management function has to be agile and adaptive to shift direction when required. Some organisations are currently implementing Lean Portfolio Management of SAFe to inject flexibility and adaptability in how they connect execution to strategy. We will address the transition strategy to smoothly move from an existing set of portfolio management processes to LPM of SAFe.
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In this presentation, Mark Mullaly tackles the essential principles of applying lightweight management projects to small and speedy projects. He explores why small projects are their own unique challenge, and why the traditional views of project management just don't fit. He examines what will make a difference, and the adaptations and appropriate techniques that work when projects need to be truly lean. If you struggle with how to lead in the face of scaled-down projects and rapid response, this is a webinar that you won't want to miss.
This webinar takes inspiration from the career renaissance of Oscar-winning Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey. The session outlines Matthew’s own career transformation and extracts the key skills required to become a successful PMO leader.
Leading in VUCA world, leadership skills need to be refined and adjusted accordingly to new conditions. Current and future trends indicate complexity, accelerated change and near-constant uncertainty. During the industrial era, the leadership path was to evolve horizontally, meaning developing their hard and operational skills and being promoted to the next level. In the modern world, the evolution is vertical, meaning that emotional maturity, soft skills and global vision need to be evolved first.
The CSOC manages operational cybersecurity activities and identifies, detects, protects against, responds to and recovers from unauthorized activities affecting the enterprise’s digital footprint. The CSOC is dependent on a set of documented processes and procedures, cybertools, and experienced security analysts.
According to Ken Blanchard, the key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority. Influence is a critical component of leveraging effective partnerships and increasing engagement and enablement for our projects and the change they deliver. The challenge we are faced with, that we will look to solve in this webinar, is to more easily identify, build and support our organizational influencers to make them a vital part of project delivery.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly dives deep into the process of decision making. He explores the biases and limitations that every one of us works with, and how they influence and at times compromise our ability to decide well. He provides insights into how biases can be manipulated, and what both decision makers and those making decision recommendations need to do to be aware of—and manage the impact—of potential manipulations. If you want to learn how to make and support better project decisions, this is a presentation that you won't want to miss.
Creating an ethical environment in which stakeholders can thrive relies heavily on the introduction and continual maturity of an ethical framework/toolkit including an Ethics Review Committee and a strong passionate ethical leader to drive and educate the organization’s ways of working. In this presentation, members of the PMI Ethics Insight Team provide an overview of the ‘Ethics Toolkit for PMI Practitioners’ and a proposed guideline for roles and responsibilities of those who will be managing ethics and ethical committees.
Medical writing and project management are two sides of the coins because one can write and produce quality documents to the regulators successfully only with managing the project effectively. The medical writer has to think because of the intellectual nature of the job, and one has to think through the concept, analyze, and interpret the data. This is not possible without coordinating with the core team members viz. clinician, clinical operations’ project manager, biostatistician, data manager, clinical research associates, publisher, research scientist, accounts and legal departments, facility (clinical site) staff, and the management of the Sponsor. At the same time confidentiality of the work and the information is of utmost importance before it comes in the public domain as this might involve the individual subject’s confidential information also!