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Getting Under the Hood of the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition Part 2: Understanding Changes to the Guide
Join us for Part 2 of the "Getting Under the Hood" series to see how revisions for A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge--Seventh Edition more inclusive and easier for you to use.
هذه الحلقة التفاعلية تتضمن سيناريو نموذجي لتغيير ضمن مشروع، و سيعرض نصائح وتقنيات عملية للوصول الى قيادة قوية واستباقية تساعد على ركوب موجات التغيير بثقة
Nowadays, when technology helps us to manage repetitive tasks faster and better, our role as project, program or portfolio managers changes and requires us to become better leaders, leaders who inspire the teams we work with. A leader who inspires team members not only tells their members that they are deeply dedicated to the customer experience. The leader must demonstrate this commitment and passion in every meeting, presentation and how he handles customer issues. The leader's behavior must inspire employees to act in the same way. A leader who inspires the people around him is not related to a title, a role, or a position in the organization chart of an organization. Rather, it is a person's ability to determine the people they work with to achieve the performance and success they are lately capable of, and to demonstrate the qualities that employees will pursue through their own choice - passion, purpose, trust and dedication. of the meanings of their role in the teams in which they carry out their activity.
With the move online, we could just begrudgingly endure the meetings and emails. Or, we could build trust, inspire team cohesion, and drive astonishing impact. When we move from in-person work to virtual (or hybrid) work, our communication frequency, structure, participation, and even content change. We risk wasting time in misunderstanding, false-agreement or rework. The Four Discussion Disciplines (4DDs - integrity, courtesy, inclusion and translation) are practices teams can use on email, in meetings, or in posts to address this. In this session, Katrina Pugh (Columbia University, New York, NY) and Chivonne Algeo (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia) will discuss how to lead the 4DDs with your teams, across your organization, and with partners to improve meaning-making and relationship-building.
This webinar will present methods, measures, and metrics that project managers can use in managing virtual resources. Project managers can use the VT Methodology to enhance and ensure productivity is being had virtually. In today’s Project world, virtual teams are becoming the norm. This successful methodology will address the adherence measures that can be used to assess progress and how to address bumps in the road.
The session does not go “back to basics,” but it provides an overview of key concepts, ideas, skills and techniques for PMs (and those who work with them) to move to the next level and truly increase their effectiveness and efficiencies toward value creation.
Before the Project Management Institute was formed in 1969, the term “program management” was as common as “project management”. Program management referred mainly to work by public sector agencies. This webinar will discuss the role of program management in government. If you work in government, or want to know more about project and program management in government, this is the webinar for you. We shall consider programs in the context of public organizations, how the nature of government affects programs, and challenges faced in the public sector.
Sure, you may have been to PMI events before, but this is a new reality. Join us for this webinar to learn more about a virtual series catered towards your reality —a certified project management pro, a job seeker looking to change careers, a skill builder looking to enhance your project skills, or a soon-to-be member of our community. This series is designed to inspire, inform, engage and entertain—and yes, earn you some valuable PDUs! You will hear from unexpected (and familiar) voices that will show you just how powerful project management is. You don’t want to miss this webinar and hear about this groundbreaking new series from PMI. Learn more at https://www.pmi.org/ExperiencePMI.
The purpose of this presentation is to summarize and share the strategies, planning, and execution lessons learned from a large scaled Windows 7 to Windows 10 migration project at a large Health Care provider organization. The author will share the challenges presented, and the tactics and techniques developed and implemented by his team to complete the project on schedule and on budget. This is not an instruction guide on how to plan and execute a Windows 10 migration project. This presentation simply shares their lessons learned and best practices with the hope that the audience can harvest one or more point to apply in any future desktop operating system migration project.