The latest PMI-commissioned talent gap analysis by Anderson Economic Group (AEG) points to outstanding opportunities in jobs and career growth for project managers within the 11 countries studied.
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The PMI Talent & Technology Symposium 2019 explores the impact of rapidly changing technologies on the project management profession across industries. Participants will gain an understanding of how to better position themselves for growth and to identify talent for their project teams.
The PMI Talent & Technology Symposium 2018 is the fusion of two prior events, the Internet Systems & Technologies Symposium, and the Talent Management Conference. The new event focuses on the impact of rapidly changing technologies on the project management discipline and careers. Participants will better understand how emerging technologies affect their career and skills progression, as well as the evolving needs of hiring managers as they seek out top project management talent.
Stay ahead of career requirements and organizational demands at the PMI Talent Management Conference 2017, the only talent management event designed exclusively for PM professionals.
Disruption is affecting so many aspects of how organizations operate, including how they hire and manage people. Technology, especially during the pandemic, has accelerated new ways of working that enable organizations to broaden their talent searches, while giving educated workers opportunities regardless of their geography, and offering employees flexibility to better balance work and life demands. At the same time, organizations as well as consumers are placing more value on diversity, equity and inclusion, spurring changes to both policies and workplace cultures.
When you belong to a toxic team, you can almost feel it in the air the moment you step onto your floor. It’s immediately draining. During this webinar, we will walk through our emotions first. After we will try to understand the root causes of the team’s toxicity and then develop a plan to address the issues by looking at the examples of toxicity.
Save Time With Tools + Templates
Now more than ever, it's challenging to schedule meetings that cater to workers in multiple time zones. The International Meeting Planner helps you choose the optimal time for your international meetings based on the number of attendees—and the local time—in each time zone. The red-amber-green color coding shows you (and the team) at a glance how friendly (or unfriendly) a suggested meeting time is for up to nine time zones.
Translate your improvement plans into concrete actions and real results using this simple questionnaire, which helps you chart development focus areas and tie them to situations you encounter on the job. Adjust to fit your situation, and add rows/sections as needed.
Use this template in conjunction with the article How to Strengthen Your Resilience to help evaluate yourself across 12 dimensions and look for areas to improve—and strengths that will enable you to help others.
If it weren’t for people, projects would be easy! Getting the team to act as one is challenging. This presentation from the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix will help you all trust each other, stick together and achieve project success.
이 체크리스트를 사용하여 팀에 합류하는 새로운 PM이 성공 가능성이 가장 높은 팀으로 설정되도록하십시오. 이러한 항목 중 일부는 새로운 PM 가입 전에 완료되며, 일부는 시작일 이후 몇 개월 동안 계속됩니다. 체크리스트는 관련된 여러 역할에 대한 여러 영역으로 나뉩니다.
Learn From Others
When you decide to apply your PM skills to an unpaid volunteer project, what considerations must you make? How do you navigate the human factors that come into play when the labor is also unpaid? This article provides a handy (and humorous) guide to success.
While identifying and measuring “what matters” can be complex, you have a lot of control when it comes to measures related to talent management. Use these four scores and metrics to get started.
Project management is a high-demand profession with a significant supply shortfall. What can organizations do to ensure they have enough project management talent to support them in the future? What skills and attributes should companies be looking for?
Some of the most talented workers are now leaving their organizations—and companies are finding it difficult to fill vacant positions with qualified individuals. What strategies should organizations adopt to retain top talent—while also making their workplaces attractive to new hires?
A very big deal is being made about workplace models as we shift into whatever our new normal looks like. But none of this is at all new. The problem is that we simply don’t follow the guidelines, the recommendations, the research and what we know works well.
If we think back over our careers, we can likely remember situations where we saw new project managers being tricked, teased or joked with. We may even have experienced it, or done it ourselves. We need to do better.
Organizations have had to shift their ways of working—and we have had to adapt both professionally and personally. What does it mean to be a virtual knowledge worker today? These six tips can help you successfully navigate our new normal.
Some aspects of project delivery can’t be translated to the virtual world quite so easily, especially the end-of-project celebration. But there are some creative, fun and memorable ways for team members to come together to commemorate the successful completion of their endeavors.
It looks like 2022 is the year we begin to return back to formal workplaces, at least for some of us. But not everyone is in love with the idea—even some employers. Looking forward, the virtual versus on-site working models will need to find a common ground.
How can you get more (and better) project manager candidates? Beef up your recruiting promotions. If your organization wants to generate more high-quality hires, then follow these tactics to identify and build on your company's strengths—and promote these in your recruitment communications.
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