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Risk, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things—as technology transforms project management, PM professionals are either ahead of the game, or falling behind. Stay current and competitive with the 2017 PMI Information Systems & Technology Symposium. Exclusive to PMI members, this free, virtual event delivers a full day of intelligence on innovation and its impact on your PM career. • Gain insight into the tech-driven trends disrupting our industry, without leaving your desk • Network with the PMI global community while developing the skills organizations are looking for today—and tomorrow • Earn 6 PDUs • Get actionable intelligence you will not find anywhere else, tailored specifically for project and program managers Register today— Here are more details on sessions and speakers.
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The webinar discusses the importance of keeping up with emerging trends in risk management for successful project delivery, especially in the current Experience/Post-Knowledge Era. It highlights the constantly evolving nature of risk management and the need to stay ahead of emerging risks. As part of the learning goals, participants will learn trends in areas such as strategic risk management, AI use, data-driven risk management, project resilience, and risk assessment and mitigation strategies. The webinar aims to empower project managers with the knowledge and skills to effectively detect, understand, and respond to emerging risks, enabling them to deliver projects on time and within budget while minimizing risks.
As multiple data sources and analysts indicate recession may not be far from our horizon. Learn what changes to your project plan are required to navigate during these difficult times.
Too many project leaders think rigidly about Waterfall and Agile project management methodologies and believe they must choose between the two. But many projects — especially those with diverse stakeholder needs and complex structures — benefit from a hybrid approach that combines aspects of Waterfall and Agile. The rise of hybrid methods isn’t tied to a particular time or event; instead, they have evolved organically as a response to the needs of modern, complex projects. A review of the key components of Waterfall and Agile allows project leaders to select among them to build a hybrid approach based on the unique demands of each project.
Recycling or Recovery has been in vogue for the last two or three decades as a means to save the environment and many organizations , communities and countries have embraced it as priority But is this enough ? How do Repairs / Refurbish or Reuse / Repurpose compare with recycling /recovery? This becomes one step before and can be prevent large quantities of materials going to the final destination i.e. the landfill.
Save Time With Tools + Templates
The Project Portfolio Dashboard is a template for portfolio/project managers to present the status of multiple projects in one file. It helps the PMs to track the financial health of a project, and also helps highlight when actions are required for projects that have cost overruns. Most suitable for small to medium software development projects.
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.
Use this sample Excel Gantt Chart to track project task progress based on your entered start and projected/actual end dates, along with your entered precent progress complete for each task.
Even as we go through the explanations for each category of the RACI matrix, it is not easy to grasp the nuances between the different categories. Here comes PARK to the rescue! Use this one-deck slide in conjunction with the accompanying article.
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Corruption poses a significant challenge to society, but an anticorruption toolkit aimed at project-based organizations helps to effectively implement and monitor anticorruption measures.
Throughout 2023, the Project Management Institute produced a number of thought leadership resources to support the project management community in navigating professional growth. These 12 reports and articles can help you hone your skills for the challenging new year ahead.
Want to play a part in reducing enterprise risk? Run a legal and compliance project—and keep these nuances in mind to be successful.
Key to managing risks, assumptions, issues and dependencies (RAID) effectively is not just understanding each concept—it’s truly internalizing how the concepts interrelate. Here we look at three more elements of the RAID 101 Model.
Disruptive risks are growing in significance and impact, so mitigating or transferring risk entirely is no longer going to be enough. How does our approach to risk need to evolve?
Most project managers excel at identifying risks. But how well do they mitigate and manage them? We need adaptability and resilience—for ourselves, our teams, and our organizations. While many people think these traits are the same, they are not.
Key to managing risks, assumptions, issues and dependencies (RAID) effectively is not just understanding each concept—it’s truly internalizing how the concepts interrelate. The RAID 101 Model can help.
If risk is going to become part of organizational culture, then it needs to overcome its image problem. It needs a rebranding, because no one wants to associate their culture with something fundamentally negative.
Strategic risk management is a concept that seems too abstract to many people. But it is becoming increasingly important for organizations. How prepared are project managers to support the concept?
The rapid growth and interest in artificial intelligence by organizations worldwide has created legal headaches for companies on how AI should be used, especially in project management practices. Is a Project Officer for Ethical AI the solution?