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How Digitalization Affects Project Management – Evidence from Two Case Studies in the Construction Industry

by Timo Braun, eskil ekstedt

Digital transformation is a phenomenon occurring across sectors and nations, affecting not only technical processes, but also organizational forms and managerial practices. Among them are: (1) project-based organizations (PBOs), common in traditional sectors like the construction industry, and (2) project networks (PNWs), the most favorable form of project organizing in modern service and creative industries. Project management, which is often used as an agent for change, plays a significant role in initiating and implementing digital transformation. To analyze the digital transformation of traditional PBOs and modern PNWs, comparative case studies in the context of commercial construction have been conducted in Sweden and in Germany.

How Do You Resolve Talent Management Challenges

PREMIUM presentation
by Joanna Newman

What is talent management? Why is it useful? How can you use it on your day-to-day interactions with people? Check out this presentation from the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix for more!

How I "Project Managed" the Change Management on the Biggest Transformation Project of My Career

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Bundang

An introduction to change management (CM) from the eyes of a project manager who had no formal experience with CM prior to the biggest transformation project of his career. I’ll walk through the context of the ERP implementation, then introduce the Change Management (CM) Cycle and its components. I’ll give one or two concrete examples of what I did to practically apply CM in the project for each of the 5 pillars of the CM Cycle, discussing the value that each of those applications/tools brought to the project.

How New Leadership Styles are Evolving to Run Businesses Effectively in a Post Pandemic Era

PREMIUM presentation
by Goutam Sengupta

Evolution of leadership styles is a continuous process. Leadership styles are influenced by market forces. Over the last few decades, the world has witnessed numerous leadership styles namely autocratic leadership, bureaucratic leadership, participative leadership, transformational leadership, to name a few. COVID-19 pandemic has posed a new challenge to the world where the employers as well as the employees were severely affected due to business uncertainty. This gave rise to emergence of a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world for which a new style of leadership was required to be evolved for growth and sustenance of businesses. We will discuss how different but successful leadership styles are evolving during the post pandemic era. My deliberations shall examine in particular the usefulness of some people management way of working prescribed in agile values, principles and methodologies.

How Principles of TQM can Enhance Value Creation in a Project in a Post Pandemic Era

PREMIUM presentation
by Goutam Sengupta

Covid 19 has impacted every sphere of the world and Projects are not an exception. The scenario has unraveled a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world and taught mankind to totally change the way of working (WoW) in the post pandemic era. As far as projects are concerned, many of the Enterprise Environmental Factors (EEFs) have been impacted during Covid and drastic changes have been effected in those making the factors counter-productive for value creation in a project. The application and inculcation of TQM principles in projects can effect these EEFs to transcend the counter-productive consequences and transform them for value creation.

How Requirements Repositories and Reusability can Help Achieve a Competitive Advantage


What does a requirement look like? Is there a standard structure for them beyond just "one line on your spreadsheet"? Requirements information varies a LOT in structure. How the information is used and "who needs to use it" varies a lot as well. At some point there are much better ways to manage them then on that spreadsheet you've been using.


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