L’innovation étant une préoccupation stratégique croissante pour les organisations, des études récentes montrent que la plupart d’entre elles déclarent ne pas maîtriser les processus d’innovation. Dans ce webinaire, nous présentons un cadre simple, conceptuel et pratique en 4 étapes pour favoriser l’innovation, conditionnel à la réponse honnête de 5 questions structurantes.
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The design of governance systems of collaborative relationships should aim for resolving institutional complexity, which further improves organizational resilience for IOPs. By adopting a sequential qualitative-quantitative approach, we conduct research based on empirical evidence to address the issue of resilience of IOPs under institutional complexities. Consequently, this research broadens the perspectives of earlier studies by proposing a shift from focusing on operational conflicts to institutional conflicts and has identified a dynamic stakeholder engagement strategy toward improved resilience. This novel perspective is better aligned with practical reality and provides a comprehensive theoretical framework of governance for improved resilience in the face of institutional complexity.
Comment balancer les demandes et la capacité de réalisation à travers l’utilisation d’un bureau de projets
La gestion de la capacité est une problématique majeure dans de nombreuses organisations. Avec parfois la pénurie de main d’œuvre qui s’ajoute à la complexité de prendre les bonnes décisions quant au choix des projets, bien gérer la capacité de l’organisation à répondre aux demandes, et aux démarrages de projet, devient stratégique.
Join PMI, Quixy, General Conference of SDA, and Nekkanti Sea Foods for the first session of PMI Citizen Developer Live Webinar Series where we bring you real-life stories from leaders of the citizen development movement.
Managers and leaders are often asked to implement their organization's strategy but are not provided with the guidance or any kind of roadmap to do so. To fill in this implementation gap, we have developed the Strategy Implementation Roadmap, which consists of the seven pillars required to be successful in implementation. This webinar will focus on exploring each of the pillars of this new and easy-to-apply framework that will help you build your own strategy implementation roadmap.
How Supply Chains Can Be More Resilient by Practicing Lean, Green & Agile Methodologies in a Post Pandemic Era
Supply Chains are the back bone of economies across the world. At the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed how the supply chains collapsed in a short span of time leading the world to a disastrous condition. Many experts termed this phenomenon as Black Swan, nevertheless the world needs to formulate robust strategies in order that we do not get into this disaster in future again. Question is how do we make our Supply Chains resilient to absorb future shocks? My research undertaken on this subject has dealt with various Lean, Green and Agile Methodologies to recommend a frame work which may rescue the future supply chains from the ill effects which the COVID 19 Pandemic brought to the world. This session shall address the importance of Lean, Green and Agile to bring resilience for global supply chains. It shall elaborate on the effectiveness of Lean, Green and Agile methodologies through our work employing validated Research Methodologies during the time of the pandemic. It shall also enumerate on how Lean, Green and Agile methodologies can be suitably adapted for revival of Supply Chains in post- pandemic era.
Project management in any organization rolls up to leadership visibility for strategic management of new products or services. At the bottom line, a project manager's steering to success is the key to each measurable element. The modern era's projects are more complex today and we are required to navigate through lots of challenges such as; people management, schedule, technical etc. using our leadership & communication skills. Those are our necessary means of navigation though. However, we may need to identify a "what if-scenario" to be able to enable everyone to realize Project Management needs, organization goals & how everyone (internal stakeholders) can better involve and contribute for the success of each project. My experience, thoughts and ideas come from weak-matrix organization particularly where a Project Manager has less authority over resources and needs more efforts to form, push & maintain a good balance between different stakeholders throughout the process. My idea of "project management for all" could help realize how a project goal delivers values & builds images across the regions.
In a bid to embrace agile trends, organizations are rushing to implement agile practices rather than adopting an agile mindset. In this interactive session, Dr. Helen Uzamere will elucidate the difference between "Being Agile" and implementing agile practices, such as Scrum, XP, Kanban and demonstrate why an agile mindset, not practices, drives successful projects.
With the significant increase in automation of operations and the increase in change initiatives and project work, a new role is emerging in the executive committee. Companies are beginning to consolidate responsibility for orchestrating and successfully implementing the organization’s continuous transformation and significant strategic initiatives within a single C-level executive. And it’s not only multinationals and for-profit organizations. The chief project officer goes far beyond the traditional Project Management Officer role or the direct sponsorship of individual projects.
On the road towards a sustainable future, one of the topics which finds frequent mention is the circular economy. This requires that we look at initiatives with a total and holistic perspective. This applies to project professionals as well. How do we as project managers reconcile between project as a temporary endeavor with a circular economy which is essentially long-term and operational in nature? How can we contribute towards and benefit from this economic activity? This talk will deliberate on understanding the opportunities and challenges of a circular economy and what it presents for project professionals. It will help in further exploring our roles in our projects, organizations and society. Examples and case studies will be included to give a picture of current happenings.