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May 13 – Webinar (PMI) – transform from Project Manager to Project Leader

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project managers must learn how to lead !

Lead the way !

Lead the way !

For projects to succeed and have lasting impact, project managers must be able to strategize, innovate, motivate, empower and collaborate – in other words, project managers must learn how to lead.

In this thought provoking webinar, Susanne Madsen will discuss the differences between management and leadership and how it relates to you as a project manager. Through powerful strategies she shows you how to shift your managerial and task orientated mindset into one of inspiration, motivation and collaboration and how to differentiate yourself from the competition.

No matter your role or your level of experience there will be powerful lessons to be learnt from this webinar. It will help you to:

  • Understand the differences between management and leadership
  • Apply the strategies that will make you a project leader
  • Understand how teams and individuals are motivated
  • Overcome resistance to change
  • Create a highly engaged team of critical thinkers

Register for this webinar that qualifies for 1 PDU

Susanne Madsen is certainly one of my favourite PM Bloggers, read again these great articles from Susanne:

 

 

November 5 – IPM Day 2015 – Connecting the World Through « Green » Project Management

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IPM DayProject managers and teams do amazing things and make possible  and available the many things that most people take for granted. Project managers are empowered through « Connectic-Energy. » This is defined as:

The sustained energy experienced through a continuous movement forward; fueled by communication, lessons learned, teamwork, sharing of experiences, and visionary leadership.

For IPM Day 2015, project managers are asked to reach out to other project managers, connect with, share experiences and network to bring the entire world wide PM community together. If we can connect the world’s population of project managers by organizing a joint effort to raise awareness about sustainability and keeping the planet green and healthy through « green projects » in their communities.
The message we could send is : « Sustainability – How Project Managers are A Key Force for a Healthy Planet »
IPM Day Webinars 2015
A new series of webinars is planned for 2015.  If you are interested in presenting a webinar contact Frank Saladis at saladispmp@msn.com. The topics of interest are: Latest trends in project management, Agile PM, Leadership and Team Building, Portfolio Management, Resource Planning, PMP (R)  and other Certification advice, New tools, Risk Management, Practical Project Management, Communications Skills, Personal Brand Recognition, The Changing PM Environment, The « Millennial » Project Manager, Managing Conflict, Communicating Effectively with All Levels of Management

April 21 – Webinar (Microsoft) – 4 Key Steps to Creating Effective Project Schedules

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Planning Essential – 4 Key Steps to Creating Effective Project Schedules

MS WebcastMicrosoft Project 2013 has easy to use, powerful planning tools.

During this session you will learn best practices for planning using Project 2013 taking advantage of new features that better support modern day project management. Project 2013 puts you in control of the schedule with greater flexibility to create simple or more complex project plans at the level of detail that’s right for your project.

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

You will learn an effective approach to creating plans the “right” way in Project and in the most efficient manner possible applying a proven 4 step planning process.

Whether you are a professional project manager or an occasional project manager, with this tips and tricks session we will enable you to fully optimize the benefits of using Microsoft Project 2013 to plan your projects. You will be able to get up and running fast, while obtaining a foundation of success to enable optimal utilization of Project 2013.

Presented by Robert Happy, PM Practic

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

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April 22 – Webinar (PMI) – Managing Stakeholders as Clients

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customer satisfactionYour project operates in a dynamic world of stakeholders: from the familiar members of your local project team to hidden project opponents that aren’t listed on any org chart. And your success hinges on your ability to meet or exceed their expectations. Success in this rapidly changing environment mandates a new approach. This webinar is based on the book « Managing Stakeholders as Clients » (amzn.to/10NgtpV), published by Project Management Institute and authored by Mario H Trentim, recipient of the PMIEF 2014 Harold Kerzner Award.

Participants will master tools and techniques to involve and engage project stakeholders in a very practical and dynamic way.

You will learn to:
  • Effectively identify stakeholders
  • Gather information to analyze stakeholders – Conduct assessment and prioritization
  • Strategize about stakeholder engagement
  • Plan communications
  • Proactively involve stakeholders and get their buy-in
  • Get feedback, monitor and control stakeholder engagement

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April 21 – Webinar (PMI) – Project Management for the Non-Project Manager

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Get the book

Get the book

David Ottenstein wrote this book to address the large number of managers finding themselves in a position to run a project, as well as the large number of companies lacking a PMO that would benefit from the skills presented here.  The majority of the problem stems from manufacturing companies not realizing the distinction between Work and a Project, because of the lack of a PMO or Project Managers on staff.

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

The skills required in companies lacking a PMO are: distinguishing between Work and Projects, picking a financially rewarding project, justifying a valid project to upper management, and successfully running the project to completion.  David has broken this down into:

The 3 Best Ways to Pick a Project

  • Eliminate a Pain Point
  •  Identify and Elevate a Constraint
  •  Improve a Financial or Operational Metric by Identifying Problems in Financial Statements

The 2 Best Ways to Justify a Project

  1. Return on Investment
  2. Net Present Value (Discounted Cash Flow)
Following that is a greatly simplified version of how to run a project.

Detailed are: the most important documents needed for a successful project, how to run a kick-off meeting, meeting tips for milestone meetings, and how to avoid scope creep.

Register for this event

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Nouveau Site MS Project France – L’aventure du nouveau chef de projet

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Lancez-vous dans l’aventure de chef de projet !

Lancez-vous dans l’aventure
de chef de projet !

Un tutoriel en ligne pour suivre l’avancement sur les différentes tâches et anticiper les besoins en ressources de votre entreprise.

Idéal pour une bonne prise en main, ce tutoriel vous plongera dans le quotidien du chef de projet comme si vous y étiez…

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

April 23 – Webinar (PMI) – Balancing Project Schedules and Risk

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There are five schedule risk analysis steps project teams can follow to balance schedule and risk:

  1. schedule validation,
  2. balancemodel risks,
  3. risk analysis,
  4. results analysis, and
  5. reporting & monitoring.

With these five steps, teams can better understand the project plan – properly estimating schedule contingency, identifying schedule drivers, analyzing the impacts of risk against the project schedule and developing risk-based what-if scenarios, resulting in more successful projects.

Details and registration

April 30 – Webinar (full day) – PMXPO2015

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ProjectManagement.com is once again excited to offer its annual virtual conference and exhibition-the 8th edition of its successful show!

It’s our opportunity to learn, network, earn PDUs and gain valuable knowledge all from the comfort of our home, office-or home office.

Visit the web site

Visit the web site

Thursday, April 30 for PMXPO 2015!

Six sessions full of informed project management viewpoints from leading industry experts will cover areas like requirements management, agile, process management, PMOs and marketing strategy. The day kicks off with the keynote presentation and includes five more enlightening sessions.

From Leading a High Performance Team to Landing on MarsAdam Steltzner
Adam Steltzner

Lead Landing Engineer of NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover Project

With a rich and varied background, Adam Steltzner had many of the needed skills to lead the landing team for the Curiosity rover. That said, his team would struggle for almost a decade with design challenges and setbacks.

  • How did he keep the team focused and on task?
  • What makes a team gel and enables truly innovative thinking?
  • How do team dynamics drive that process forward or inhibit it?
  • And how can organizational culture create an environment for sustained performance?

The challenges he and the team faced and the lessons learned from those struggles can help audiences understand how to better lead their high-performing teams, manage innovation and drive toward excellence.

Five more experience sharing and thoughts provoking sessions:

  1. Why You Need to Consider Redefining the PMO (Mark Price Perry, Andy Jordan & Dave Prior)
  2. PMI’s Annual Pulse of the Profession: An In-Depth Look at Requirements Management (Tricia Cabrey)
  3. PPM Process Management and the Role of the PPM Process Owner (Steve Romero)
  4. 10 Ways to Market Your Project (Elizabeth Harrin)
  5. Do or Die Agile Leadership Practices for Today’s eXtreme Projects (Doug DeCarlo)
Now in its eighth year, ProjectManagement.com’s PMXPO is an annual virtual conference and exhibition that presents a day of informative sessions featuring industry experts, along with booths full of valuable takeaway materials. Sign up for the free event today!

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7 Avril – Webinar – Au delà du PMO, pensez au P3O: Bureau de Support Projet, Programme et Portefeuille!

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seminaire QRP

Partenaire de DantotsuPM

Vous êtes PMO? Pour aller plus loin, découvrez P3O.

P3O (Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices) est une approche top-down qui regroupe tous les aspects concernant l’amélioration de la gestion des projets, programmes et portefeuilles projet au sein de l’entreprise, notamment en implémentant différents types de support (bureau) à chaque niveau.

quelles sont les tailles des bureaux de PMO ?

quelles sont les tailles des bureaux de PMO ?

P3O soutient les efforts de changement et protège le flux rapide d’informations pour les parties prenantes. En savoir plus? Rejoignez notre partenaire QRP International le Mardi 07/04/15 à 12h pour un webinar informatif.

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April 1 – Webinar (PMI) – How to implement IT change projects successfully and gain team engagement

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Change projects requires a different approach and additional skills than usual project management skills.

At 2PM EST/8PM CET(France)
Marie Nadia Vincent

Marie Nadia Vincent

The technology sector is the fastest changing sector globally. With so many changes succeeding one another in organizations, it is important for project managers to engage people to make the transformation successful. Change already defies people, so it can be a challenge to engage people for transformation projects from start until delivery.

To engage people, until delivery, it takes more serious strategic planning that consider the ROI of each party involved.

In this webinar, Marie Nadia Vincent, a Global IT Management Consultant, will show you how to:

  • Gain everyone commitment and involvement
  • Plan your change project implementation End to End for success
Image courtesy of mrpuen / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Image courtesy of mrpuen / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

At the end of the webinar, you will have learned the following:

  1. The mindset that leads to successful change project
  2. How to announce a ‘change’ project/Program to your team and other stakeholders
  3. How to create your change project strategic plan End to End
  4. The secrets of successful Change project implementation

 

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