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.
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In today's dynamic and diverse work landscape, the effective collaboration of project teams is essential for success. This webinar, titled "Technology-Enabled Collaboration for Inclusive Project Teams," delves into the transformative role of technology in fostering collaboration among diverse team members. By harnessing the power of technological tools, this webinar explores how project teams can break down barriers, bridge geographical divides, and amplify the voices of those who might traditionally be excluded. Join us to discover strategies that leverage technology to create an inclusive environment, where every team member's unique perspective and expertise are not only valued but also actively integrated into the project's journey towards excellence.
This non-technical presentation examines the differences, similarities, and synergy between TDD and ATDD, and places them into the overall context of the management of an agile process.
While the agile community still has difficulty in acknowledging the need for project managers, the fact is that large, complex organizations on an evolutionary path to a more modern solutions delivery paradigm can reap tremendous benefit from the continued services of seasoned project managers.
Gain valuable insights, perspectives and experiences from leaders of the citizen development movement! This panel will discuss how to start your citizen development journey, what projects are best suited for low code/no code technology and what members of an organization should be at the forefront of implementing citizen development. The second discussion topic will focus on the best practices for implementing citizen development, important aspects of the citizen developer canvas and how to best mitigate risk when introducing low code/no code technology.
In 2022, the Project Management Institute released its most recent Global Megatrends report, identifying six dynamic forces predicted to impact and influence the way we manage projects, do business and live as a global society. Beyond comprehending the implications of each trend, project professionals are being challenged to help devise and implement value-oriented solutions that will ensure organisational sustainability. Part of this revolves around Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB), and how they benefit organisations of all kinds.
This panel will discuss increasing digital demands and digital transformation projects, the important role the project manager plays in the success of these projects and how citizen development can have a positive impact on culture. The second discussion topic will focus on using citizen development to bridge the digital skills gap and empower IT and non-IT professionals to create custom solutions, the guardrails that need to be in place to safely adopt citizen development and the increase in job satisfaction this technology can have on individuals.
In this talk we will describe a concrete transformation experience in a medical sector company, with the operational office in Italy, and how it has been completely revolutionized thanks to PMI Disciplined Agile and Lean Change Management. We will talk about successful changes and the less fortunate experiments, how the company developed its Way of Working (WoW) in an agile manner, even going so far as to reorganize the internal physical spaces. We will also take a look at how the aspects of the transformation program were developed: from the Portfolio to the Risk Management System, up to the revision of the Quality procedures.
Prior research suggests that information technology (IT) project managers (PMs) often fail to take adequate steps to manage project risks and that this may contribute to the high failure rate associated with IT projects. In this presentation, I will discuss PMI-funded research that explores how IT PMs’ mental construal affects four key IT project risk management activities: (1) risk identification, (2) risk impact assessment, (3) risk response planning, and (4) risk response enactment. This research contributes to our understanding of IT project risk management and suggests ways for improving IT project risk management practices
Project Management teams need the advantage of an iterative planning and execution model to keep them moving in an aligned direction. It is this type of discipline that will ensure a high-performing team culture.