The project management field is pretty crowded out there. It’s no longer enough to just be really good at what you do. You have to be more. It’s no longer build it on time, on scope, and on budget. You have to add value over and above the normal requirements of project managers. So how do we add value? How do we stand out in the crowd? How do we get recognized in this very crowded field? In this webinar, David Barrett will get us thinking about what we can do to innovate our careers and get to the next level.
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Today's leaders are being asked to do more with less in increasingly challenging workplace environments. Likewise, project managers are constantly tasked with simultaneously controlling time, cost, and quality while continuously motivating their cross functional teams.
Project Management professionals who play a leading role in driving critical organizational initiatives often don’t see themselves as responsible for the care and feeding of team members when it comes to career development.
Talent Management 2017: From Project Manager to IMPACT Driver™-Preparing for the Future of Project Management
Are you ready to stop “surviving” and start thriving in your organization? It’s time to transform our project management mindset and shift our focus to an IMPACT-driven culture. In this inspiring and insightful presentation, you will learn Laura’s proven system for transforming your career from Project Manager to IMPACT Driver.
Management of medium to large complex procurement and integration projects is a difficult challenge. As projects increase in complexity and schedules become more aggressive, the ability of a Project Manager to effectively lead projects teams and influence stakeholders significantly improves the chances of successful project execution and organizational success.
Talent Management 2017:Unforgettable-How a Compelling Experience of Work Attracts Talented Professionals
The widening gap of available talent presents a serious threat to a company’s growth. The irony in this threatening reality is that to overcome it requires a shift in thinking: attracting top talent is no longer about finding the best who can help the company grow; top organizations also adopt a mindset of helping its employees grow into their potential. It becomes a mutually beneficial partnership.
This Excel template is to be used in conjunction with the article Task Duration Estimation: A Simple Solution. Together, they can be used to conduct a Monte Carlo simulation. This will provide a statistically reliable method of estimating the minimum required time to schedule for any task so that its chance of success falls within a given confidence parameter.
This utility generates a table to show project tasks at risk based on the principles of Earned Schedule, a variation on the Earned Value Management concept. Instructions are embedded in the file. For the related article, see "A Measure of Time" (Aug. 13, 2009), which can be found in Methods & Means under the Departments menu.
In a traditional project environment, work may be rolling in for the project team as tasks—each task seen as a story from a product backlog. This worksheet is a tool to track progress of similar tasks on a weekly basis over a project duration. Use in conjunction with the Tracking Performance by Tasks article.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced colleges and universities around the world to move to remote learning for all classes. While some institutions and faculty are used to this delivery modality, others are jumping in for the first time with little time to plan and prepare. During this webinar, project management faculty members with extensive experience teaching online will share their best practices as well as simple, actionable tips that can help smooth the transition from in-person to remote classes.