Project Management 3.0: The New PM for the New World
After years of having the writing on the wall – it is time to increase the amount of value project managers produce and reach our promise and potential. With the new world that is emerging at the Post-Corona era, organizations and individuals look for more return on investment and when it comes to project management – a more integrated approach that focuses less on methodologies and more on creating an all-around approach for project managers to help growth and improvement in the organization. Sitting through a “traditional” project management class for a number of days has been proven to hone in on certain skills, but it exacerbated the problem of “siloed specialty” – where PMs and other professionals become experts in one or more aspect of their work, yet their specialty is “locked” within the silo. The result – little to no value creation for the organization.
This session touches on these exact areas by engaging experienced project managers and turning them into centres of excellence that add value wherever they go in the organization – based on actual needs, as opposed to attempting to augment the reality, so it fits into an off-the-shelf methodology. The session does not go “back to basics”, but it provides an overview of key concepts, ideas, skills, and techniques for project managers and those who work with them – to move to the next level, and truly increase their effectiveness and efficiencies toward value creation. We will not address hard skills, but rather those “in between”: interactions, handling situations, “owning” the process around communication, working with other silos and subsequently breaking these silos and adding value.
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Acknowledgements: James McCrory, Angel Hernandez and Heather McLarnon