PM Lessons Learned From Game of Thrones

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“A bruise is a lesson and each lesson makes us better” – Arya Stark

The HBO series, Game of Thrones, provides a project manager with lots of insights and lessons to consider.
- What type of leadership is best?
- How can you plan in disruptive environment?
- Why is important to know all your stakeholders?
- Can you rely on your team?

We are going to discuss these and other (no more spoilers!) topics in the webinar.

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Acknowledgements: Kimberly Whitby and Derrick May

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