*This webinar is presented in Romanian* Trăim într-o lume interconectată, unde echipele dispersate geografic sunt mai degrabă o normă decât o excepție, cum era acum 30 de ani. Internetul este un mediu de colaborare fantastic, dar una din lecțiile învățate din boomul outsourcingului și una dintre recomandările Agile este pozitionarea echipelor într-o singură locație. Rolul liderului în Agile, indiferent dacă se numește Scrum Master sau Manager de Proiect, este esențial, iar din motive practice este mai ușor să aducem liderul la echipă decât să aducem întreaga echipă unde este liderul. Managerii de proiect angajați pe durată determinata aduc experiență și cunoștințe care protejează interesul clientului, totodată având beneficii financiare și profesionale atât pentru individ, cât și pentru organizatie. In viata este bine ca "la pomul lăudat să nu te duci cu sacul", beneficiile vin întodeauna cu provocări și lucrul în medii culturale diverse este una dintre ele.
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Objective Comparison of Project Complexity and Performance of Project Managers in the Banking Environment (Template)
Evaluation of project manager performance after completion can be a challenging part of any project. Use of objective criteria to measure project complexity should supplement evaluation of scope-time-budget performance and subjective factors. The author provides a comparison matrix, designed for a banking environment, that can be applied to any area of project management. The comparison matrix can also be published to the team, to compare performance with colleagues and for self-evaluation. Use this template in conjunction with the Knowledge Shelf article Objective Comparison of Project Complexity and Performance of Project Managers in the Banking Environment.
Occupational health and safety (OHS)—also commonly referred to as occupational safety and health (OSH), occupational health or workplace health and safety (WHS)—is a multidisciplinary field concerned with the safety, health and welfare of people at work. This presentation provides a primer on important introductory points.
The hard part is done--you've found your candidate. Now make sure to include everything in the offer letter.
Find greater profits using offshore outsourcing, and use this project plan to make sure it's done right--and on time.
This zip file contains the white paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," an Oil, Gas and Petrochemical (OGP) Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical (OGP) Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.
Ever been confused by technical jargon when you access an application's online help? Don't let your users feel that way! Define standards, as in this example, to ensure that your documentation writers develop clear, direct help files that appropriately support your application.
This webinar is about Open Government and the Adaptive Public sector, and it is hinged on Power Skills on the PMI Triangle. Public sector initiatives can originate from citizens, but if a government is not open there will be no recognition for civic space, and it might be impossible for citizens to have a voice in what the government does. Open government creates the necessary framework for civil society and the public to be able to make input in governance; enabling citizens to hold leaders accountable via open data, while preventing wrongdoings on both sides. This webinar will provide insights into the concept of open government and explain why it is a precondition for advancing an adaptive public sector. Lessons will be drawn from Estonia’s openness-by-design, and some testimonies shared during the recently held Open Government Partnership Summit.
Good project management requires good record keeping. Track the status of all issues that arise and require resolution.
When there's a lot of digging going on, you need to keep track of how, what and where. This form is designed to keep you from being buried up to your neck in confusion.