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Enabling Sustainability through Organizational Project Management

PREMIUM presentation
by Raju Rao

Sustainability has become a key parameter for organizations and this means that projects and operations have to be planned and implemented with this objective. At the project level it may be difficult to bring in sustainability initiatives because often times the scope of the project is already determined or it is contractual. To get a sustainability perspective one has to consider it beyond a project outcome and further this needs to be addressed by senior management. Therefore, an organizational level approach would be more appropriate.

Engagement Unleashed: The Gen-Z+ Opportunity

PREMIUM presentation
by Luke Goetting

In this webinar, Goetting showcases how managers and executives can improve retention by meaningfully connecting with employees. From transparency to mentorship to gamification, he’ll highlight actionable strategies that position your company for success – today and tomorrow!

Engineering Enterprise Learning Presentation

PREMIUM presentation

In the past decade four different areas of thought have developed to help address the changing picture of work and learning. This presentation covers them all in great depth and shows you how to put everything together in an enterprise learning system (ELS).

Enterprise-wide Analysis

PREMIUM deliverable

This document outlines the Enterprise-wide Analysis, which describes the enterprise application package’s features and functions, analyses on its cost-benefit and risks, and the technical requirements to be supported.

Entre un biais pour l’espoir et un biais pour le désespoir : une lecture comportementale de la performance des projets

presentation
by Lavagnon Ika 

La performance des grands projets défraie souvent la chronique le plus souvent à cause des dépassements de coût et des retombées en deçà des attentes. En effet, les projets ont tendance à avoir un « comportement » compliqué voire « une vie » difficile. Dans une perspective de systèmes complexes, le comportement d'un projet est l'étude de la manière dont les projets prennent des tournures différentes et complexes entre leur lancement et leur exécution, ou connaissent des déviations systématiques par rapport au plan. Cet exposé met en scène deux personnages clés du récit du comportement des projets. Les Pollyanna ont un penchant pour l'espoir et considèrent que les projets peuvent, contre toute attente, réussir malgré les défis auxquels ils sont confrontés. Ils associent la dérive des projets à des erreurs de gestion plutôt honnêtes, mettent de l’avant « l’erreur » comme la source du mal c’est-à-dire des facteurs tels que les changements à l’envergure, la complexité et l'incertitude. Pour contrer l’erreur, ces sur-optimistes se tournent vers les « best practices » ou les bonnes pratiques de gestion. Les Cassandre ont plutôt un penchant pour le désespoir et avancent que les projets sont voués à la contreperformance. Ils lient la dérive des projets à une distorsion systématique de la pensée logique, pointent du doigt « le biais » comme la source du mal, notamment le sur-optimisme et le mensonge stratégique. Pour en finir avec ce trouble du comportement, ces sur-pessimistes recommandent de « débiaiser » les prévisions des projets. Qui a raison ? Qui a tort ? Dans cet exposé, nous nous basons sur des études de cas de projets pour dépeindre leur performance à travers ces deux lectures comportementales.

Environmental Management Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example

deliverable
by Project Management Institute

This zip file contains the white paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," an Environmental Management Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Environmental Management Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.

E-Procurement Project Plan for Ariba

PREMIUM project plan

Use the project plan to take your Ariba installation from Procurement through Deployment, right up to Negotiating contracts and maintaining your system.

Equipment List and Cost Estimate Form

deliverable

This standard word processor table can be used to build a simple and powerful project database. As the project progresses, the form evolves from a cost estimate to a final equipment list.

ERP Implementation Plan

PREMIUM project plan

Are you ready for ERP? These implementations are notoriously big and scary. Let our complete project plan hold your hand and see you through from project planning through post-production support.

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