The journey to project management excellence continues beyond earning a PMP to include practicing project leadership. However, even highly skilled project managers find success limited until they can sift through the bewildering amount of leadership information and identify actions essential for them. This is a how-to presentation. It describes how project managers can take specific leadership actions that will contribute to project success.
A central theme is that project managers can reduce project risk and become successful project leaders by taking the actions identified.
23 April 2014 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST/France
Michael O’Brochta, ACP, PMP is a member of the PMI Ethics Member Advisory Group, a global team of experienced volunteers committed to facilitate learning and discussion about ethics and professional conduct in project management.
Durant le webinar sera développé le principe de « gestion par exceptions » selon PRINCE2.
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Ce webinar offre aux participants la possibilité d’enrichir leur connaissance de PRINCE2.
A la fin du webinar, les participants devraient :
- Comprendre l’importance d’utiliser le principe de « gestion par exceptions » ;
- Être plus familier avec la structure de la méthodologie de management de projets PRINCE2 qui permet de :
- Réduire le risque de temps perdu au cours de meeting contre productifs ;
- S’assurer de la responsabilité soit bien définie à chaque niveau ;
- S’assurer que les mécanismes de contrôle et d’assurance soient mis en place.
QRP International vous invite donc au webinar « La gestion par exceptions est un sérieux gain de temps »: Lundi 28 Avril 2014 à midi, Durée : 50 minutes, avec Vincenzo Imerti, Lead trainer et consultant PRINCE2®
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Current work of recent Nobel Laureates has revealed a series of biases in the way we estimate work that affects our project planning.
This webinar details some of the worst of these intellectual “traps” and features several exercises to illustrate how we all fall prey to them.
After demonstrating how deeply we are biased, the program will offer several ways we can counteract the influence of these biases, escape the traps, and improve our estimates of project cost and schedule.
The webinar features hands-on work with concrete tools, so bring a calculator and be prepared to push a pencil.
Jack Nevison, PMP, is President of New Leaf Project Management, a project management training and consulting company. He is the author of six books and numerous articles on computing and project management.
22 April 2014 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM Local Time
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The Work of Agile Project Management, Product Management, and Business Analysis
The goal of Agile teams is to continuously deliver high-value outcomes—as quickly as possible. To achieve this, these teams focus on skills, not titles or traditional role delineations.
So what does that mean for the experienced project manager, product manager, or business analyst?
Where do their planning and analysis skills fit into Agile’s fierce focus on frequent delivery?
Drawing on her insights from coaching Agile teams, Mary Gorman addresses these questions and outlines the dynamic relationships between agile work, disciplines, and skills.
Discover how re-positioning from role-based to skill-based work enables you to collaboratively contribute to any agile effort.
Mary Gorman, a recognized leader in business analysis and requirements, is Vice President of Quality and Delivery at EBG Consulting. Mary participated in shaping PMI’s Professional in Business Analysis certification.
24 April 2014 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CET/France
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A FREE 3-day virtual event with your host Michael Charles, founder of PM Leadership Coach plus 16 top project management trainers, coaches, authors, speakers, and thought leaders who have helped thousands of project managers grow their influence, lead more effectively and deliver better, quality results.
Now they’re going to teach you…
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In today’s project-centric work environment, the ability to coordinate multiple projects with distributed teams, and making high-level strategic decisions based upon consolidated project progress, risk and resource usage information is critical.
Project Online is a cloud based, enterprise-wide project management platform designed to meet these challenges.
Join Dux Raymond Sy as he shares how you can best leverage Project Online to manage enterprise projects.
You’ll learn how to:
• Build and Project & Portfolio Management (PPM) solution based on Project Online
• Create a portfolio of projects using new and existing project plans
• Manage and optimize project resources across the enterprise
• Collaborate with geographically distributed project team members
• Integrate existing tools like Microsoft Office, Windows, mobile devices to Project Online
• Develop relevant reports and dashboard to visualize key performance indicators
Presented by Presented by Dux Raymond Sy, PMP, MVP, VP, Customer Strategy & Solutions
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Don’t Miss YOUR Chance to Hear More About PMI’s New Professional BA Certification!
Special Webinar: Business Analysis is a Growing Area in Project Management
Presenter: Simona Fallavollita and David P. Bieg 7 April • 18:00 CET/France
The PMI-PBA credential spotlights your ability to effectively work with stakeholders to define their business requirements, shape the output of projects and drive successful business outcomes.
The influence Requirements Management practices have on projects is evident. As the emphasis on Requirements Management and its relevance to project success continues to rise, so too does the importance of having skilled individuals dedicated to this function within a project team. Business analysis is a critical function that helps define business requirements in order to shape the output of projects and drive successful business outcomes. In order to ensure the quality of requirements and projects, it is crucial that individuals be skilled and knowledgeable in industry standards and best practices.
This webinar will discuss the journey of the new PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PBA) credential. PMI will present a summary of the research that supported the development of the credential, the key stakeholders in the development as well as the process that was followed and the validation of the product. We will also address the eligibility requirements, exam format, fees and CCR details, as well as details about the pilot and our 2014 schedule. PMI will discuss how the credential is a critical component of the new Requirements Management initiatives too.
"Making Your Sponsor Take Notice!"
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Join David Barrett as he discusses essential communication skills for the Government Project Manager from his new book "The Keys to Our Success"!
- The Seven Bullets of Highly Effective Project Managers
- Getting in the Head of Your Sponsor
David Barrett is a professional speaker focused in the area of Leadership: Execution Leadership, Project Leadership, Personal Leadership and Education, specializing in helping people and organizations in executing a plan. David has over 30 years experience in the corporate and small-to-medium-size business arenas.
14 April 2014 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CET/France
"How to truly adapt agile principles in today’s product-centric, customer-focused enterprise"
The Agile Manifesto has been great for engineers, but has presented real challenges for business analysts and other stakeholders involved in the process of “define, build, test” for application development.
The problems addressed by the agile manifesto in 2001 still exist today, magnified by the changing landscape of product delivery:
- Time to market has dramatically shortened and complexity has increased
- Information is available and abundant but continues go undocumented and is lost
- Communications gaps widen due to geographically dispersed teams and department differences
- Customer needs require iterative communication yet continue go unmet
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And yet, our interpretation of the manifesto hasn’t changed in over a decade, despite the major changes to how we work and the environment around us.
So what does today’s agile look like? Do the values of the manifesto still apply? When did Agile become more about process and less about the mindset? How can we merge the intention of the manifesto with the new way we work? How can we evolve agile concepts to tackle the challenges of today in a new way?
Register and join this webinar at 7PM CET/France for an opportunity to rethink yesterday’s manifesto in a new light and deconstruct which concepts were winners and which still need to evolve. We’ll cover the four key tenants of Agile and how to approach them based on new technologies and mindsets around collaboration, social integration and complex systems engineering to find balance for everyone involved and improve your enterprise agility.
** Eligible for PDUs, CDUs. **
Risk management needs constant attention if it is to be fully effective.
But many organisations find it hard to maintain the energy levels required by the risk process. This presentation introduces the new concept of “risk energetics” to explore the reasons for poor risk management performance. Understand how a normal decay becomes dampened by negative influences. Discover how to maintain the risk process with key re-energising factors. Renew energy levels throughout the business and across your portfolio of projects to ensure effective management of risk. And learn how to develop self-sustaining energy from one risk cycle to the next to promote risk maturity in the organisation.
Dr David Hillson is an international risk consultant, leading the team at The Risk Doctor Partnership in offering specialist risk support to major clients in most industry sectors across the globe, at both strategic and tactical levels.
2 April 2014 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CET/France