The intent of this webinar is to provide the participants a framework within which to process the concepts that make up Diversity. The interactive format allows the participants to actively introspect, while providing basic guidelines on what global diversity truly means. Participants should leave the webinar with a clearer grasp of the scope of diversity and be able to articulate clear business reasons for why diversity in the workspace is important.
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• Explain the concept of gamification, how it was developed and the various ways it is deployed today • Depict the concept of simulation as an aid to bring awareness about attitudes have towards cultural diversity • Describe how gamification can be deployed enhance awareness in projects • List the Project Management concepts that might be covered in such an approach • Solicit feedback to the viability of this concept from the participants of the webinar
From their investigating about complexity theories and their appliance to management context, authors assume that projects are Complex Adaptive Systems, i.e. systems characterized by self-organizing, emerging and unpredictable behaviours at the “edge of chaos”.
This presentation will focus on the communication aspect of a project manager in a multi-dimensional level and explores the various types of communication being delivered, as well as the audience receiving the information, and tips and tricks for quality communication
For years now, agile methods have become the standard for software projects, helping companies deliver more product, faster, with higher quality. But what about the rest of us? What if I work in public utilities? What if I work in manufacturing, or the automotive field, or marketing campaigns? This cutting-edge webinar will reveal several case studies of unconventional uses of agile methods, along with some overarching principles and patterns to help you apply them to your own work, whether it be book publishing or personal fitness.
When people ask what you do every day as a project manager, do you reply “I get things done”? That is your job, but how do you get things done? The most effective project managers use their skills in leadership, technical project management and strategic and business management. In this webinar, you will hear from practitioners who have been published in PM Network® magazine’s Getting It Done feature and republished in the Getting It Done compilation book.
Identifying risks that are not related to the project is a common mistake, leading to incorrect analysis and poor responses. The end result is that risk management is frequently adding more waste and inefficiency instead of helping to increase project success rates.
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a central business process capable of delivering insight into cost and schedule performance that lead to more effective and efficient program management results. Guiding principles will be shared to relate front-end project management processes to important experiences of EVM adoption.