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Top Influencers

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Valerie Denney Associate Professor| Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University- Worldwide Cleveland, Sc, USA
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Eric Jelenje Switzerland
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Alex Vargas Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Specialist| PMI Ca, USA
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Maria Christina Barbosa Da Costa Dr Christina Barbosa| By Conn Rio De Janeiro, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
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Megan Speight DE&I Manager| PMI Pa, USA
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Sarah Sualehi Graduate Research Assistant| Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy and Learning Lahore, Pb, Pakistan
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Peter de Jager Professional Speaker| de Jager & Co Ltd Brampton, Ontario, Canada
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Juliano Denicol Associate Professor in Megaproject Management| University College London United Kingdom
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Andrew Davies Professor| SPRU, University of Sussex Business School United Kingdom
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Katrina Pugh Faculty| Columbia University, AlignConsulting Ma, USA

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PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2016

September 14, 2016 | Online

Is Your Agile Transformation Set up to Fail? Find out at the PMI® Organizational Agility Conference 2016, FREE and Exclusive for PMI Members. We know there are barriers that slow your organization’s ability to be agile: failed agile transformations, complex organizational processes, team dynamics and the uncertain role of the PMO in an agile environment (just to name a few). Attend the PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2016 to get help breaking down these barriers. It’s free for PMI Members.

Upcoming Webinars

Great Meetings Build Great Teams - A Guide for PMs and Agilists

Apr 1, 2024 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

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.

On-demand Webinars

Engagement Unleashed: The Gen-Z+ Opportunity

by Luke Goetting
December 07, 2023 | 60:34 | Views: 4,840 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.45 / 5

In this webinar, Goetting showcases how managers and executives can improve retention by meaningfully connecting with employees. From transparency to mentorship to gamification, he’ll highlight actionable strategies that position your company for success – today and tomorrow!

Entre un biais pour l’espoir et un biais pour le désespoir : une lecture comportementale de la performance des projets

by Lavagnon Ika 
November 08, 2023 | 61:20 | Views: 4,338 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.64 / 5

La performance des grands projets défraie souvent la chronique le plus souvent à cause des dépassements de coût et des retombées en deçà des attentes. En effet, les projets ont tendance à avoir un « comportement » compliqué voire « une vie » difficile. Dans une perspective de systèmes complexes, le comportement d'un projet est l'étude de la manière dont les projets prennent des tournures différentes et complexes entre leur lancement et leur exécution, ou connaissent des déviations systématiques par rapport au plan. Cet exposé met en scène deux personnages clés du récit du comportement des projets. Les Pollyanna ont un penchant pour l'espoir et considèrent que les projets peuvent, contre toute attente, réussir malgré les défis auxquels ils sont confrontés. Ils associent la dérive des projets à des erreurs de gestion plutôt honnêtes, mettent de l’avant « l’erreur » comme la source du mal c’est-à-dire des facteurs tels que les changements à l’envergure, la complexité et l'incertitude. Pour contrer l’erreur, ces sur-optimistes se tournent vers les « best practices » ou les bonnes pratiques de gestion. Les Cassandre ont plutôt un penchant pour le désespoir et avancent que les projets sont voués à la contreperformance. Ils lient la dérive des projets à une distorsion systématique de la pensée logique, pointent du doigt « le biais » comme la source du mal, notamment le sur-optimisme et le mensonge stratégique. Pour en finir avec ce trouble du comportement, ces sur-pessimistes recommandent de « débiaiser » les prévisions des projets. Qui a raison ? Qui a tort ? Dans cet exposé, nous nous basons sur des études de cas de projets pour dépeindre leur performance à travers ces deux lectures comportementales.

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Save Time With Tools And Templates

Project Phase Exit Review Summary Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Anand Pillarisetti

This simple template helps you document the outcome of a project phase exit review meeting. The template can be filled out by project managers or program managers, and is for use with the predictive development life cycle with five process groups.

Stakeholder Communication Requirements Worksheet

PREMIUM deliverable
by Verónica Elizabeth Pozo Ruiz

How should you communicate with a stakeholder who is an intuitive extrovert? Or a receptive introvert? Use this Excel worksheet to find out! Just enter the four criteria covering geography and personality to get a suggested form of communication. Adapt the fields and criteria to fit your needs.

Project Status Update (Presentation) (Korean Translation)

PREMIUM presentation
by Daniel Grzybek

이 프리젠 테이션 템플릿은 중대형 프로젝트 또는 동일한 이해 관계자가있는 여러 프로젝트를보고하는 데 사용되는 공식적인 고객 대응 현황 보고서입니다.

Audio Visual Installation Form (Classroom and Presentation Systems)

PREMIUM checklist
by Nicole Pagano

This template includes important checklist items that need to be covered when visiting a site in order to define deliverables, as well as assess budget and timeline estimations to use on any audio visual installation project (specifically for presentation systems in classrooms and auditoriums).

Learn From Others

12 Guidelines to Build a Sustainable Sponsor/PM Partnership

by Lonnie Pacelli

If you have friction in your sponsor relationships, consider these guidelines and decide where you and your sponsor have the most room to improve—and ensure you work together effectively when delivering solutions.

O Sponsor, Where Art Thou? 5 Ways to Ensure Sponsor Engagement

by Lonnie Pacelli

Even with the best of intentions, the sponsor/PM dance can feel more like one is doing a jitterbug and the other a waltz. What can the PM do to better ensure sponsor engagement and address where the sponsor is drifting?

When Does Organizational Change Management Start?

by Andy Jordan

As strategic communication becomes more transparent across an enterprise, organizational change management must start earlier. Let's explore a new approach to organizational change.

6 Ways to Minimize Being Micromanaged

by Lonnie Pacelli

You earn the right to be micromanaged. As a follower, it’s important for you to do your part to avoid being micromanaged and having your leader fill in the blanks for you. These six tips can help.

9 Ways to Be a Better Feedback Receiver

by Lonnie Pacelli

Are you a graceful recipient of feedback? How can you be a better feedback recipient and mine the best nuggets out of the feedback you receive? Consider these nine points.

How Should PMOs Speak to Leadership?

by Andy Jordan

PMOs tend to speak the language of projects—and that's a barrier when it comes to engaging business leaders. To have meaningful communications with leadership, they need to intelligently speak the language of business—the language of value.

9 Ways to Foster Outcome-Focused, Process-Driven Teams

by Michael Wood

There are two main approaches to achieving success that teams take: outcome focused, and process driven. While both can be effective, a combined model positions project teams better equipped to deliver success.

There’s a Leadership Problem

by Andy Jordan

Many people with leadership titles aren’t very good at leading people. They may be excellent at developing strategies, but building belief, trust and commitment in the teams that must execute those strategies is an altogether different skillset.

5 Behaviors to Build Respect

by Paul Bird

Some behaviors have the potential to build respect in any setting. Here we highlight five—while also pointing out corresponding erosive behaviors to avoid.

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