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Introduction to Agile Planning and Project Management

by Michael Cottmeyer
August 22, 2011 | 60:41 | Views: 1,427 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.07 / 5

Agile introduces a number of tools and techniques designed to help the team figure out how much software we can build for the time we have, and the amount of money our customer is willing to spend. This talk will introduce the fundamental concepts necessary to break down and estimate our product backlog, how to organize delivery of that backlog for early risk reduction and rapid customer feedback, and how to get stable throughput and predictability as you mature your agile practices. This talk is for those looking to understand how (and why) agile methods lead to better business outcomes

The Capacity Quadrant: 4 Keys to Demystifying Resource Mgt

by Jerry Manas
August 19, 2011 | 63:11 | Views: 1,155 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.30 / 5

This one-hour webinar offers a unique and comprehensive model for effective capacity planning. The Capacity Quadrant consists of Visibility (Broadening Your View); Prioritization (Understanding what’s Important); Optimization (Focusing on Value and Efficiency); and Iteration (Planning at Multiple Levels). This engaging session will offer valuable guidelines for excelling in all four areas, thus helping you make more effective use of your valuable resources. The session is perfect for resource managers, PMO leaders, senior managers, and anyone looking for better ways to manage resource capacity.

Change HEADWAY: Planning As If Change Mattered

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP
August 16, 2011 | 67:05 | Views: 486 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.29 / 5

Projects are hard enough when the focus is on getting the technical result produced, on time, on budget and to specification. When we add in the complication of getting that used, however, the challenge becomes much more significant. Organizational change requires the evolution of structures, roles, responsibilities. processes and - above all - behaviors. It is all about getting people to work in new and different ways, and to embrace why they need to make this change.

Defining Organizational Project Management

by Dr Nigel L. Williams
August 16, 2011 | 61:01 | Views: 1,061 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.09 / 5

A review of CEO qualifications and experience in the Fortune 500 would reveal that very few if any hold Project Management certifications. This is unusual given the current turbulent business environment. One would assume that organizations would value Senior Management who have the ability to successfully deliver the projects required for their organizations to adapt and grow. Join us in this webinar as we share insight straight from conversations with large organizations. Discussions indicate that they believe that PM's lack a strategic understanding of the firm, limiting their ability to grow. To build this understanding ,this webinar presents a definition and a framework for Organizational Project Management. It intends to provide useful insights into the knowledge areas that PMs need to master in OPM.

Project Mgmt & PMBOK: Pfizer Pharmatherapuetics Research

by Grace Vandal 
August 11, 2011 | 63:29 | Views: 477 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.07 / 5

The processes and deliverables associated with project management and the Research Project Management (RPM) role within the Pfizer Pharmatherapeutics Research Unit (PTxRU) have been mapped to the PMI PMBOK (4th Ed.) knowledge areas and process group framework in order to understand how current project management practice within the group align with accepted PMI practices and to identify potential gaps. Key project management activities and tools associated with project initiating, planning, executing, monitor and controlling and closing will be discussed. The process and tools and their role in scope, time, cost, quality, HR, communication, procurement and risk management will be described. Areas where the RPM role and responsibilities differs from PMBOK framework are noted

Avoiding Redundant PM Costs in Electronic-Discovery

by Paul C. Easton
August 09, 2011 | 45:40 | Views: 711 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.17 / 5

In this Webinar, Mr. Easton will briefly introduce the role and cost of project management in e-discovery and provide seven tips for decreasing project-management redundancy and, therefore, costs

Looking in from the inside - the view of an agile coach

by George Schlitz
July 29, 2011 | 61:40 | Views: 744 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.09 / 5

Becoming an agile coach after years of project management and experience requires a huge shift- in mindset, goals, values, and perspective. It also provides a view that is not easy to comprehend without trying it, and a world of challenges that are not easy to overcome. In this brief talk, an experienced agile coach will describe what coaching is, reflect on the particulars of agile coaching, and begin to introduce the many seemingly-insurmountable obstacles one has to help teams, managers and leaders overcome.

Yawn-proof Your e-Learning without Busting the Bank

by Cammy Bean
July 27, 2011 | 60:41 | Views: 639 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.29 / 5

In this session, you’ll explore strategies and tips for creating quality e-Learning in a rapid timeframe without busting the bank. You'll see examples of incoming content, discuss the approach to rapid design, and talk about some of the specific strategies you can use to maximize engagement with minimal investment. In this session, you will learn: How to apply simple instructional strategies to spice up your learning design Techniques for rapid instructional design Ten tips for engaging your learners

Japan Disaster Recovery Symposium- Day 2

by Professor Izumi Aizu
July 25, 2011 | 76:10 | Views: 514 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.31 / 5

Are you looking for an opportunity for Professional Development, learning Project Management application in Disaster from an International Development perspective and still earning your PDU points?

Project Risk Management Basics

by Jesse Freese 
July 22, 2011 | 45:55 | Views: 2,331 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.22 / 5

We will look at project risk management from two perspectives: management level risk and project level risk. Management level risk is created when scope, cost, schedule and quality are constrained. Identifying and dealing with management risk is covered in the presentation. Project level risk is all the bad and good things that can go wrong on a project. The presentation will highlight the risk management process and key concepts. Several easy to use tools will be described to help project managers plan for and mange risk on their projects. The presentation will conclude with a short explanation of project unknown risks and how to plan for them.


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