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When the Project Team Comes Unglued

PREMIUM presentation

People are the source of most project conflicts. Check on the emotional status of your project team. If your team is coming unglued, so will your project.

When Word Gets Out About It!

PREMIUM presentation
by Gloria Archer

If your project is steering towards a tsunami of people who are unaware of upcoming changes – this webinar is for you. If you are leading and/or supporting a large-scale transformation project where people must be informed for change to be successful, you don’t want to miss this! Discover how business leaders are informing thousands of people about upcoming changes who vary in geographic locations and departments – in time for successful change!

Where Do I Begin to Create an Ethical Culture in my Organization

PREMIUM presentation
by Lissa Muncer, Albert Agbemenu

Creating an ethical environment in which stakeholders can thrive relies heavily on the introduction and continual maturity of an ethical framework/toolkit including an Ethics Review Committee and a strong passionate ethical leader to drive and educate the organization’s ways of working. In this presentation, members of the PMI Ethics Insight Team provide an overview of the ‘Ethics Toolkit for PMI Practitioners’ and a proposed guideline for roles and responsibilities of those who will be managing ethics and ethical committees.

Why I Like to Work on Projects - Motivation of Generation Y

presentation
by Martina Huemann, Ruth Lechler

What motivates Generation Y to work on projects? Young professionals are increasingly looking for a specific work environment characterized by opportunities for learning, meaningfulness and achievement. Projects outcomes offer the kind of work environment that fits the expectations of young professionals quite well. In this session, we share our findings from the research project, The Future of Project Work, and discuss what motivates young professionals to work on projects. Young project professionals are specifically attracted to this work, as projects fulfill their needs for autonomy, learning, purpose and social connections. We will discuss the motivators of young project professionals and how organizations can support project management careers.

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.

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.

Why Projects Go Wrong

presentation

If something can go wrong, it will, and on your project, too. Don't take it personally. Instead, be ready to take some preventive action.

Why Projects Succeed and Fail

PREMIUM presentation

Project management is not rocket science, nor is it voodoo, although some would have you believe it. There are some well documented reasons why projects fail or succeed. Check them out here.

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