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Project HEADWAY: Are Projects Ready for Social Media? Is Social Media Ready for Projects?

Mar 15, 2012 12:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
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In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores the world of social media, and its relevance for project management. The presentation will include an overview of available media solutions, how they can be used (and abused) in a project context, and guidelines for how to select, plan for and incorporate social media. He will explore strategies to take best advantage of social media solutions, as well as cautions, risks and pitfalls to be watched for.

Project HEADWAY: Breaking the Triangle: What to Cut When Cuts Loom Over Your Project

Jan 19, 2012 12:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
webinar

It is never something that we like to face – but it is a reality that we often have to accommodate, despite our preferences to the contrary. When we are told to do more with less, and to scale down what it will take to do our project, what are our options? How do we approach it? How do we make sure that, when all is said and done, we have the bandwidth and resources to still successfully deliver what we are committed to?

Project HEADWAY: Conducting a Meaningful Post Implementation Review - What to Do When the Project Is Done

Apr 20, 2010 12:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
webinar

The project is done and you are wrapping things up. There is one key step that you and your organization must take is conducting the Post Implementation Review (PIR). You can call it lessons learned or a benefits realization or a PIR. Regardless, it is often not done frequently enough and when done, it is not done well. This is very unfortunate because the PIR is critical to provide you, your project team and the organization the opportunity to get better at managing and governing projects. Join us for this Project HEADWAY webinar when we will explore the the meaningful PIR. There is only one rule for this webinar - No Pointing Fingers!

Project HEADWAY: Dealing with Project Issues

Sep 18, 2008 12:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
webinar

As a project manager, it is important to actively monitor and manage issues to ensure they do not explode and become a risk that impacts the success of the project. In this gantthead Project HEADWAY webinar, we will define project issues, explore some of the causes and try understand how to manage them to ensure project success.

Project HEADWAY: Managing a Virtual Team: It's More Than Just The Phone

Apr 21, 2009 12:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
webinar

An increasing number of projects now involve team members from multiple locations across the city, the state, the country or even the world. This Project HEADWAY webinar will examine virtual teams and provide thoughts and suggestions on how you can manage them more effectively. Please join us because it really does involve more than the phone.

Project HEADWAY: The Project Manager as Coach - What's the Game Plan?

Feb 16, 2010 12:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
webinar

This Project HEADWAY webinar will examine the role that you play or can play as a coach on your projects and within your organization. We will introduce a coaching process for project managers, examine at some of the actions to take and the pitfalls to avoid.

Project HEADWAY: Tools of the 21st Century PM - An Examination of 3 Different Tools Every PM Should Have

Oct 19, 2010 12:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
webinar

The project management profession has been around for more than a century and will continue to be relevant for the foreseeable future. We know that project managers are often equipped with a multitude of technical tools that support them in effectively managing a project that aligns to strategy. The opportunity to learn about specific capabilities and tools that support the project beyond the technical aspects is sometimes limited. This presentation presents three relatively universal capabilities that project managers will practice for a long time to come. We'll zero in on three specific and pragmatic tools that the project manager can use to effectively manage projects to there desired outcomes.

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