The webinar aims to give a brief idea about the evolution of the ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance), and how the same can be integrated with PMO practices, by suggesting 3 workable models.
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As multiple data sources and analysts indicate recession may not be far from our horizon. Learn what changes to your project plan are required to navigate during these difficult times.
In this presentation, Dr. Douglas Brown explains the Business Practice Paramedic approach to making a difference in organizations that are struggling to deliver products or services effectively but resist practices that would bring about improvements. You will learn how to replace the Maturity Models that aren’t working for you with a simple 3-step approach to finding and implementing values that will drive the long-term transformation you desire. This pragmatic, sometimes irreverent, approach evolved through “hard knocks” and has been proven in multiple public and private sector program recoveries. Lively attendee participation in the discussion will convince you that you’re not alone. Your struggle to get PM practices accepted is the rule, not the exception. By following the ABCs, you’ll discover how you can have other managers demanding that you implement the very practices they had earlier resisted!
Meetings are a necessary part of every project manager’s (and agilists’) day. However, as important as these events are (yes, meetings are events!), they are frequently poorly run and leave both meeting leaders and attendees dissatisfied. This can be detrimental to the project because of inherent miscommunication or non-communication, to say nothing of the reputation of the project leader. In this session, attendees will learn the fundamentals of good meeting management starting with having a good agenda to being “large and in charge” to dealing with meeting goblins – those nasty personalities that sometimes emerge during meetings. The increasing role of AI in meeting facilitation will also be discussed.
This webinar will provide project managers with valuable insights into how this methodology can foster adaptability, collaboration, and strategic alignment within their project portfolios by examining the nuances of Agile portfolio management. The overarching goal is to equip project management professionals with a nuanced understanding of Agile portfolio management, empowering them to make informed decisions that resonate with the ever-evolving demands of the contemporary project landscape.
Success does not just happen—it is made to happen! Success is born of behaviors and choices that lead to exceptional performance. Based on Neal’s new book, Power Skills that Lead to Exceptional Performance, Neal reveals 10 critical, best-practice, results-oriented Power Skills that can promote your professional and personal success. Implementing some of these Power Skills may initially cause your palms to sweat and your heart to race. However, your personal limitations at work and across your life are directly impacted by your willingness and tenacity to deliberately embrace and execute on these Power Skills.
The latest Pulse of the Profession research from PMI shows a significant increase in the use of hybrid project management approaches. Organizations are finding that, by using the most appropriate techniques from both agile and predictive, they can create a fit-for-purpose approach that meets their unique needs.
The webinar discusses the importance of keeping up with emerging trends in risk management for successful project delivery, especially in the current Experience/Post-Knowledge Era. It highlights the constantly evolving nature of risk management and the need to stay ahead of emerging risks. As part of the learning goals, participants will learn trends in areas such as strategic risk management, AI use, data-driven risk management, project resilience, and risk assessment and mitigation strategies. The webinar aims to empower project managers with the knowledge and skills to effectively detect, understand, and respond to emerging risks, enabling them to deliver projects on time and within budget while minimizing risks.
What do you do when your project is under attack by current events you cannot control? What is up is down and down is now up. The normal planning and change models are not meant to be operated this way. What to do?
This webinar will provide critical insight into effective modular execution planning and offer practical solutions to effectively manage the execution differences within modular executed projects.