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Status Reports: Best Update Ever!

PREMIUM presentation
by Peter Tyson

In this webinar, you will meet EFAR (Enemy, Friendly, Administrative needs, and Request), the time-tested-and-true recipe for composing status reports. EFAR is based on the military Situation Report (SITREP) and will work wonders in helping you keep your reports on point, give necessary and relevant information to the right people, and get the right results. During the webinar, EFAR will be explained, unpacked, and practiced. After the webinar, attendees will look for opportunities to exercise this powerful tool via any communication channel: spoken, written, or electronic.

Why is Complexity So Complex?

PREMIUM presentation
by David Davis, Gary Monti

We have seen many project artifacts (charters, kickoff decks, risks plans, and etc.) that have a reference to the effort being complex. So why do we have such a difficult time dealing with complexity? This presentation will take an approach to dealing with complexity for project and programs and any work effort that uses the word transformation. We will discuss the definition of complexity, the inadequacy of organizations to “deal with complexity”, how to analysis the work effort to determine its level of complexity, how to quantify it’s complexity, and most importantly how a project professional can harness the ability to improve the odds of being successful by including complexity in the project lifecycle.

Fundamental Principles of Project Management

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by Dave Violette, MPM, PMP, Nigel Blampied

This webinar introduces an article, “In Search of Project Management Principles”, recently published in the Project Management Journal, PMI’s research journal. The objective of the article is to determine whether a set of project management principles can be identified to serve as a common framework for developers and publishers of project management standards and guidelines. Twenty-two project management standards and other consensus documents were reviewed, revealing a common understanding across the globe of the requirements for effective project management. Potential statements of principles were extracted, clustered into four categories, and 12 principles were found to be common to multiple sources. These 12 principles were rewritten in a pre-specified, consistent form. The authors hope that this set of principles will serve as a common basis for future standards and guidelines on project management.

Deliver Project Solutions with Low-Code and No-Code Technology

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by Guru Prasad, Bailey Truesdale, Sriram Ganeshan, Harrison Hersch

Join PMI, Quixy, Kisslfow and Quickbase for the PMI Citizen Developer™ Partner’s Perspective Webinar Series where we bring you valuable insights, perspectives, and experiences from leaders of the citizen development movement.

Comment Transformer Ses Idees En Projets Realisables?

presentation
by Essowe Abalo

Ce webinaire éclaire la voie pour transformer des idéations brutes en projets définis et exécutables. Au cœur de son focus se trouve l'enseignement aux participants de l'importance de définir des périmètres de projet clairs basés sur leurs idées, un élément essentiel souvent négligé dans la gestion de projet. À travers un mélange de théorie, d'exemples pratiques et d'exercices interactifs, le webinaire guide les participants sur comment façonner leurs idées, créer des périmètres de projet réalisables et comprendre les paramètres d'une exécution de projet efficace. Nous explorerons également les pièges courants dans la définition du périmètre et proposerons des mesures proactives pour les éviter. Idéal pour les chefs de projet, les entrepreneurs et les individus axés sur l'innovation, ce webinaire est conçu pour doter les participants d'une compréhension plus profonde de la définition de périmètre, aidant à la conversion réussie de leurs idées en projets pratiques et réalisables.

Why the Time for Human Centric Project and Change Management is Now!

PREMIUM presentation
by michelle yanahan

With COVID and social movements including the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting, we are experiencing unprecedented numbers of employees leaving the workforce, either physically or mentally, in order to avoid high stress and burnout and bring a better sense of balance to their lives. All this, while the ongoing number of projects and change organizations are taking on to remain competitive and satisfy their customers continues to rise. To maintain and grow their customer base, organizations seek out, listen to and leverage their customers to influence decisions.

Part 2 - Empathy when Eliciting User Knowledge

PREMIUM presentation
by David Davis, Lynda Carter

On June 15, 2023, a PMI Webinar was conducted where Lynda Carter and Dave Davis discussed “Empathy when Eliciting User Knowledge”. The discussion / interaction was tremendous and there were more comments and questions than the leaders could answer. Well, we listened to you and have now prepared a webinar to answer most of those questions and continue the dialog. The webinar will again feature Lynda and Dave sharing real world learning on the importance of Empathy in elicitation and how it can improve your professional skill set.

Breaking Down Large Scenarios for Acceptance Testing

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by Scott Bain

When writing Acceptance Tests, we respond to requirements and essentially turn them into scenarios that can be specified, tested, and then implemented. However, sometimes requirements are stated in a way that make the scenarios too large for effective testing and development. This webinar will investigate why this is, suggest techniques that can be used to decompose them into smaller scenarios, and demonstrate this using a real-world example of a complex business rule.

Driving Change at Scale: The Power of Transformation Management Offices

PREMIUM presentation
by Giuliano Caracciolo

In the face of unprecedented disruption affecting the workforce with increasing speed, the playbook for driving business transformation requires a revolutionary approach. This webinar invites you on a journey of discovery, exploring Transformation Management Offices (TMOs) and their role in guiding forward-looking companies through impactful change. This interactive session will show you practical strategies, frameworks, and tips for creating and growing your own TMO to drive true organizational transformation.

Why is Complexity So Complex?

PREMIUM presentation
by David Davis, Gary Monti

We have seen many project artifacts (charters, kickoff decks, risks plans, and etc.) that have a reference to the effort being complex. So why do we have such a difficult time dealing with complexity? This presentation will take an approach to dealing with complexity for project and programs and any work effort that uses the word transformation. We will discuss the definition of complexity, the inadequacy of organizations to “deal with complexity”, how to analysis the work effort to determine its level of complexity, how to quantify it’s complexity, and most importantly how a project professional can harness the ability to improve the odds of being successful by including complexity in the project lifecycle.

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