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Global Project Management Job Trends: Insights for 2024

by Jill Diffendal, SoHyun Kang, George Asamani, Karla Mae Eidem
May 14, 2024 | 60:50 | Views: 7,835 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.69 / 5

The PMI Global Project Management Jobs Trends 2024 Report identifies employment trends that stand out based on their regional impact and the implications across the world. During this session, we will provide a deeper insight into the 2024 report, focusing on the emerging global and regional trends impacting project talent so that project professionals can identify career opportunities across different industries around the world.

Go for Gold! EVM + Risk Management + Early Warning System

by Eduard Pfister
June 27, 2013 | 62:35 | Views: 1,101 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.25 / 5

Earned Value curve (Planned Value, Costs and Earned Value) helps you see at any time if a delay will cost more than what we have in the budget. This delay may be in non-critical tasks in the best or worst, be in the critical path (GANTT). These situations can be avoided by good management which includes risk assessment. Place the activities that have to be done if an unforeseen event happens. With this definition, one can use Monte Carlo methods to tell the probability of success and how much time and money it will finally cost. In addition one may add the estimation uncertainty for critical activities. What will be the impact on the estimate to complete the project? All this, should be done before starting the project. During the execution of the project simulations can be used constantly. Define an early warning system which indicates critical situations early enough to take actions.

Going Full Agile in Government

by Phil Magrogan David Larrimore
January 23, 2015 | 63:12 | Views: 2,389 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.17 / 5

This webinar features the GSA (US General Services administration) and its journey in going Full Agile!


by Skip Weisman
March 22, 2012 | 62:11 | Views: 345 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.16 / 5

Skip Weisman is presenting what he calls the “Goldilocks Leadership” style - The “Just Right” leadership style, one that will maximize morale, motivation and productivity in your work environment. This style offers a balanced approach leading with strength where and when it is required, and offering empathy and compassion in right doses at the right times. Join the webinar to learn more

Good Estimates and Bad Biases: Eight Traps to Avoid

by John Nevison 
April 22, 2014 | 64:31 | Views: 1,277 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.20 / 5

This webinar details some of the worst of these intellectual “traps” and features several exercises to illustrate how we all fall prey to them. After demonstrating how deeply we are biased, the program will offer several ways we can counteract the influence of these biases, escape the traps, and improve our estimates of project cost and schedule. The webinar features hands-on work with concrete tools, so bring a calculator and be prepared to push a pencil

Got Value? A Value Model for Making Agile Product Decisions

by Ellen Gottesdiener Mary B. Gorman
May 17, 2013 | 45:38 | Views: 359 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.81 / 5

“Value” is the beacon, watchword, end game, justification, and mantra for Agile practitioners. You make product decisions at every turn throughout discovery and delivery based on value, balancing multiple perspectives. And yet many Agile teams struggle to clearly, concisely, and continually use value as the basis for making planning decisions. Join Ellen and Mary to explore the business value model—a lightweight framework for collaboratively and continually identifying stakeholder values and making value?based product decisions on what to build, and when.

Governance of Interorganizational Project Networks

by Ralf Müller Christine Unterhitzenberger Nathalie Drouin
March 23, 2022 | 61:26 | Views: 8,562 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.38 / 5

Interorganizational networks for joint project execution increase in popularity, as they allow for efficient use of scarce and specialized resources. These networks are typically hybrid designs, including hierarchies and network structures, which need to be governed simultaneously. That poses a challenge to traditional governance theories, which typically assume either a hierarchical or a network structure, but not a mix of it.

Governance, Phases, and Milestones, are not Agile Dirty Words!

by Mark Lines
June 16, 2021 | 51:41 | Views: 29,560 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.57 / 5

Despite claims to the contrary, the need for governance does not disappear for agile projects. Your project sponsors have a  right to know the status of the health and risk of their investments. But trying to blend traditional agile methods such as  Scrum with traditional stage gate approaches can cause frustration for both project teams and their stakeholders. Disciplined Agile (DA) provides straightforward and common sense ideas for applying governance in a lightweight fashion for agile projects. 

Gravitas: Making a Powerful Impact

by Colin Gautrey
August 15, 2017 | 63:18 | Views: 6,367 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.24 / 5

Cast aside notions of fakery and pretence, gravitas goes deeper than that, much deeper. You don’t have to look serious to be taken seriously. But, you cannot afford to leave it to chance, because making the right impression will accelerate your deliverables.


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