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Formalizing Project Management

PREMIUM presentation

Is your company considering formalizing its project management practices? That makes sense under certain circumstances.

From Creation to Guidance: Generative AI’s Evolution in Agile Workflow

PREMIUM presentation
by Martin Bradley

Through real-world case studies and hands-on demonstrations, we'll examine how generative AI can complement and actively steer Agile practices to new heights. The lessons to be gleaned from this session are multifaceted. Attendees will learn how generative AI can be a pivotal tool in elevating the Agile process from being reactive to becoming predictive. By unearthing the untapped potential of generative AI, we'll uncover a pathway beyond mere creation to intelligent guidance, quality assessment, and strategic decision-making, all contributing to a more streamlined, efficient, and effective Agile process. Join us as we journey beyond the superficial understanding of generative AI and discover its robust capabilities that extend far beyond parlor tricks into the real world of Agile mastery.

From PMO to Learning Hub: Revolutionize Your Organization's Education Strategy

PREMIUM presentation
by Giuliano Caracciolo

Join Giuliano as he shows you how to turn your project management office into a company-wide center of learning. Discover how you can teach your colleagues the best ways to execute based on your PMO's core competencies and unleash their full potential. This session covers a range of models, frameworks, and strategies to add value to your organization and take your organization to new heights.

From Takeoff to Touchdown - The Pilot as Project Manager

PREMIUM presentation
by Chris Greco

Project Management Processes, both predictive and adaptive, are applied to a variety of projects including "repeating projects." This webinar addresses the processes of initiate, plan, execute, monitor/control, and close (as well as burn down charts in Agile) related to piloting a small general aviation aircraft. The webinar will explain the type of aircraft, the procedures involved in everything from takeoff to touchdown (landing), and finally how this application can help you "land" your next project.

From the Triple Constraint to the Triple Bottom Line: Sustainable Project Management

PREMIUM presentation
by Kate Milani, Nila Vaishnav, Charles Nemer

Sustainable project practices are about more than “being green”. Sustainability requires that we look beyond the scope, schedule, and budget of the temporary project and consider the larger “Triple Bottom Line” that projects operate within. The triple bottom line evaluates performance in a broader perspective considering economic, ecological, and social impacts otherwise known as the 3Ps - Profit, Planet, People. As the agents of change in organizations, Project Managers, are uniquely positioned to identify and lead the change that impacts your “Triple Bottom Line” while creating greater business value.

Function Point Calculator

deliverable
by Sunil Sharma

Use this workbook to compute the Function Point Counts for an application. The worksheets within the workbook are interrelated. It also contains some user-defined functions to determine the complexity ratings of function types and their unadjusted function points.

Fundamental Principles of Project Management

presentation
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.

Fundamental Principles of Project Management

presentation
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.

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