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Project management is not an exact science as much as we want it to be. People are dynamic. They change hour to hour while projects last months or years. As a leader, project managers have to deal with these dynamic individuals on a daily basis. There is not a science that has come up with an equation to solve the mental mysteries of team members.
When problems are tackled collaboratively, usually organization win. Where effective collaboration requires more than technology. It demands the right mindset and strategic framework.
Project implementation is required to reach the desired outcomes in business. You develop a WBS, apply project management systems, particularly EVM and then settle down with project monitoring and control processes to reach the end result - but is that enough?
Closing Q&A webinar for February Book Club on Project and Program Turnaround by Thomas Pavelko
Introduction webinar for February 2017 Book Club: Project and Program Turnaround by Tom Pavelko
A development program or project in trouble is distinct from a program encountering typical development difficulties. A program or project with this problem can appear to be in free fall. This webinar will provide insight and guidance for a wide range of listeners, from students of business to top executives. Every member of a project or product development team will find its recommendations to be valuable.
2016 Talent Management: Protecting Your Project Resources by Developing a Talent Risk Management Plan
You manage project risk in terms of time, variable and other resources. But what about talent? Kristie Evans will bring her perspectives as an HR practitioner, project manager and executive to talent risk management. She’ll share guidance on assessing resource strengths and weaknesses, understanding different value propositions and blending resource skills for high-quality stakeholder results.