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Meet Less, Meet Better

Apr 6, 2023 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Meetings are the biggest time and energy drain for a lot of teams. Some studies have shown that 92% of employees consider meetings costly and unproductive, and 70% of meetings keep employees from their tasks. As project managers with objectives to deliver, we can’t afford to lose time to unproductive meetings! This webinar will help you to rethink how and when you meet to better support the success of your project team by giving them back more time to get important things done.

Meet the SME’s Citizen Developer Business Architect

Oct 25, 2022 1:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
webinar

PMI Citizen DeveloperTM offers a vendor-agnostic learning journey for project managers to enhance their skillset and support core project management skills and experience. As a profession, project management is rapidly evolving and it's becoming more technology-enabled and project managers are using technology to drive their desired project outcomes. Meet the SME’s behind CDBA and learn from their strategies for success and implementation challenges. The new CD-Business Architect features a full micro-credential or, a skilled based learning path of four mini courses; Organizational Alignment, Operating Model and CD-Maturity Model to address governance and scaling your organization to CD Maturity.

Meeting Before the Meeting: Leveraging Your Interpersonal Skills for Effective Meetings

Jan 16, 2024 12:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

Most project managers spend a big proportion of their time in meetings. We need meetings to get our job done. Yet, the majority of project team members and leaders consider project meetings very boring and unproductive. In this presentation, we look at how tapping into interpersonal skills can translate to better meeting outcomes. You will also learn about the right structure that will help you keep meetings on track and make them more productive.

Meeting Facilitation: How to Own the Meeting You Lead – Part I

Oct 25, 2018 11:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

To facilitate a meeting is to lead a group of people through a predefined agenda with clearly stated and understood goals in such a way that every attendee understands their role, adheres to the Rules of Engagement and participates according to their responsibilities within that meeting’s architecture.” Learning how to do so in spite of those attending the meeting is one of the greatest challenges any businessperson faces. Based on the final chapter of her book Everything’s a Project (and Everyone’s a Project Manager) Book Three: Communication, Christine shares that when you understand your role and your responsibility, you will own any meeting you lead.

Meeting Facilitation: How to Own the Meeting You Lead – Part II

Nov 8, 2018 11:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

To facilitate a meeting is to lead a group of people through a predefined agenda with clearly stated and understood goals in such a way that every attendee understands their role, adheres to the Rules of Engagement and participates according to their responsibilities within that meeting’s architecture.” Learning how to do so in spite of those attending the meeting is one of the greatest challenges any businessperson faces. Based on the final chapter of her book Everything’s a Project (and Everyone’s a Project Manager) Book Three: Communication, Christine shares that when you understand your role and your responsibility, you will own any meeting you lead.

Megaprojects as Symbols

Feb 12, 2020 9:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
webinar

An Anthropological Perspective on the Symbolic Interpretations of the Dutch High Speed Train Megaproject Megaprojects can be perceived as modern symbols; they are crucial for the encapsulation of ideas, attitudes, and beliefs. This webinar explores which exegetical meanings (meaning derived from local interpretations) a megaproject can encapsulate and how this shapes the megaproject’s process. We discuss a longitudinal study of how the Dutch High Speed Train megaproject was executed. The findings show three exegetical meanings of the megaproject which were used for strategic goals, resulting in power struggles, delays, cost overrun, and finally a negative symbol of a failed megaproject.

Michael Strogoff - Jules Verne's Resilient Project Manager

Nov 20, 2018 12:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

This webinar is based on the Jules Verne book called "Michael Strogoff - Courier of the Czar" and details the various problems that would prevent most of us from completing a project. The book shows that persistence and focus on the final goal will help overcome any obstacle.

Microsoft PPM and Agile: Are They A Good Match?

Jan 23, 2018 1:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

In the webinar “Microsoft Project and Agile: Apples and Oranges?”, we explored how to use Microsoft Project on the desktop to manage Agile projects. In this webinar, we’ll take it to the next level and discuss how to use Project Web App (PWA) to manage Agile projects! And we’ll do it without custom coding or writing macros!

Microsoft Project and Agile: Apples and Oranges?

Nov 9, 2017 1:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

Microsoft Project on the desktop has often been characterized as a tool suitable only for waterfall projects. Anything iterative or Agile cannot be done using Microsoft Project. Please join Bob Tyler as he proves these claims false!

Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’ts

Nov 19, 2019 1:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

This session will walk the attendee through 10 practices that are sure to be problematic. Topics will include but are not limited to: 1. Including summary tasks in project sequencing; 2. Assigning resources to summary tasks; 3. Constraining activities rather than sequencing dynamically; 4. Scheduling project tasks as late as possible; 5. Leveling resources without analysis; 6. Inadequate baselining techniques; 7. Using elapsed durations for team schedules; 8. Incorrect calendar association resulting in incorrect schedules; 9. Organizing project tasks incorrectly forcing incorrect reports. 10. Dismissing Agile Tools Objectives: After attending this session the attendee should be able to: 1) identify inappropriate practices in their MS Project schedules. 2) Resolve issues created by these practices and 3) leverage their learning in future project plans by avoiding the recurrence of inappropriate practices.

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