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Dmitrii Krishchuk · May 18, 2023
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Top Influencers

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Andrew Davies Professor| SPRU, University of Sussex Business School United Kingdom
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Juliano Denicol Associate Professor in Megaproject Management| University College London United Kingdom
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John Steen Associate Professor John Steen| UQ Business School Australia
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Jill Diffendal Thought Leadership Content Manager| Project Management Institute Newtown Square, Pa, USA
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Richard Kirkham DR| University of Manchester United Kingdom
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LORI WILSON RETIRED - Technical Project Manager| RETIRED - LifePoint Health Clarkston, Wa, USA
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Sean Whitaker Project Management Consultant| Crystal Consulting Christchurch, New Zealand
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Grant Hawksworth General Manager Public Sector Australia| Dimension Data Australia
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David Davis Senior Project Manager| OhioHealth Sylvania, Oh, USA
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Lynda Carter President| Competitive Edge Consulting Inc Lakewood, Oh, USA

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Advance Your Career

Open Government: A Precondition for an Adaptive Public Sector

by Tam. Abaku
January 25, 2024 | 61:41 | Views: 4,915 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.40 / 5

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.

Empathy when Eliciting User Knowledge

by David Davis, Lynda Carter
June 15, 2023 | 57:33 | Views: 10,361 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.58 / 5

Elicitation of knowledge is a human interaction. In order to be effective, a project professional must understand the view of the knowledge worker on approaching the session(s). We will discuss human relationship components and how they dictate the environment. We will look at the elicitation cycle and how the project professional needs to use empathy to optimize this cycle. Finally, we discuss the culture intelligence environment and how it impacts the use of empathy to help the knowledge worker feel safe in the discussions.

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Save Time With Tools + Templates

Project Status Report Template

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by Theresah Nyantakyi

Use this Excel template to keep stakeholders up to date on project status, including the executive summary, milestones, issues, risks and action items.

Project Plan/Project Definition

PREMIUM deliverable

Behind every successful project is a rock-solid, detailed project plan. This template defines every aspect of your project. The final product can be used to make what you are doing clear to all project stakeholders.

WBS Planning Worksheet

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There is a lot riding on your project's work breakdown structure. Use this worksheet to help you plan the WBS smarter and better.

Overview of the Project Management Process

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by John Galyon

While actively participating in mentorship during a project with a local design/build firm, this practitioner compiled an overview of the project management process as detailed in PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Use this overview with other project managers as a tool to reference in your day-to-day PM activities (as well as share with new project managers).

Project Closeout Checklist

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by Kenneth Darter, PMP

While there are some subtle differences in closing a project with a party or a wake, a carefully defined checklist will help with either ending to the project. This checklist should be defined early on in the project and communicated to everyone who will have input into the checklist at the end of the project.

Learn From Others

The Politics of Integration (Part 1): Planning

by Andy Jordan

Of of the most significant challenges for PMO leaders is managing relationships across the organization. And as the PMO’s role becomes more and more central to all elements of corporate planning and project delivery, politics inevitably come into play. How do we manage that minefield?

Embracing Mistakes: Learning from Experience

by Jon Quigley, Shawn P. Quigley

Failure to learn from mistakes--and from each other--can cost organizations dearly. Learning and adapting are hallmarks of good project management and of functioning organizations. Making mistakes is not a problem--it's how we learn.

Have PMOs Turned the Corner?

by Andy Jordan

A few recent events have left this project manager feeling very positive about PMOs--and that’s something that hasn’t happened in quite some time. While we can't yet proclaim PMOs as saviors of organizations, they are now on the journey to success.

Four Steps Project Managers Should Follow to Help Ensure Strategic Success

by Marcela Diaz Angel, MGP, PMP

Although project managers are often called upon to begin a project immediately, it is important to stop and think critically about the project before getting started. By integrating relevant knowledge before beginning a project you can save time during execution and will have a more complete view to help develop adequate and necessary structure, tools, techniques and guidance to ensure project and organizational success.

Best Practices for Application Integration

by Tad VanderVorste

Application integration is the process of exchanging data between two or more business/application systems. Integration between software applications presents a unique set of challenges. The author describes seven best practices that can be applied to any integration effort, large or small, to improve delivery results.

Continuous Integration and Testing

by Kapil Kr. Bhatia

Using continuous testing, one can immediately detect problems in code — before it’s too late and problems spread. Using a clever combination of tests, tools, and techniques you can tell right away when there’s a problem and it’s easiest to fix. The author uses a case study to illustrate the benefits of continuous integration (CI) and how it leads to better quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA).

All Integrated Now?

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

The project manager needs to make sure that integration management is not skipped while all of the other project work is going on. When thinking about how you are going to integrate everything together, the following themes are important to keep in mind.

When Estimates Go Wrong

by George Dinwiddie

Custom software development is notoriously difficult to estimate. We start with vague ideas of what we want, expecting to fill in the details later. We’re usually doing something a little different than what we’ve done before, or completely different. How can we act more productively?

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