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15 Avril – Sophia Antipolis – Comment manager une équipe multiculturelle et virtuelle ?

3 avr

Le PMI France – Branche Côte d’Azur vous invite à assister au Tools & Tips sur le sujet "Comment manager une équipe multiculturelle et virtuelle".

france pmi côte d'azurCet événement aura lieu le Mardi 15 Avril 2014 de 18h30 à 20h30 chez Amadeus – Sophia Antipolis. Événement dispensé en Anglais.

  • Aujourd’hui, au sein des organisations internationales, tout manager ayant plus de 10 personnes sous sa responsabilité doit se préparer à diriger virtuellement des équipes multiculturelles constituées de membres dispersés dans différents pays.
  • Ces leaders font face à des défis très particuliers spécifiques à la direction d’équipes à distance.

fuseaux horairesDans cet exposé nous verrons :

  • Comment assurer une performance maximale de la part d’une équipe que vous rencontrez rarement ?
  • Comment faire naître et entretenir une véritable cohésion d’équipe lorsque les membres ne travaillent pas sur le même site ?
  • Comment maîtriser l’art de la communication virtuelle ?
  • Comment diriger à la fois des équipes internes à votre organisation, et des intervenants extérieurs ?
  • Comment faire face à tous ces défis lorsqu’il s’agit de motiver et de mener des personnes d’horizons culturels diverses et variés ?

PMI membres onlyCet Événement est réservé aux membres PMI uniquement.

Plus de détails et inscription : Article de l’Événement, Inscription

March 28 – Webinar (PMI) – Challenges faced by Program Managers in Global Environments

20 mar

PMI’s International Development Community of Practice with Yaravi Cardoze

28 March 2014 • 19:00 CET/France


Yaravi CardozeProgram Management has many challenges by nature. Driving Programs in global environments adds additional components to this interesting role.

As global economies are changing, new opportunities for emerging markets like Latin America are finding their space in the global market place, and projects and programs are part of it.

This webinar is based on experiencing program management challenges in today’s global world.

The webinar will share and discuss points of view about the main challenges of the program manager role in global environments. Best Practices on what worked and what didn’t will be shared with participants. This webinar will add to their current skills, and raise interest for deep dive on global opportunities.

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#PMFlashBlog Take Two !

2 mar

Get ready for 7 weeks of FlashBlogging on ‘Project Management Around the World’

PMFlashBlog-Around-The-WorldThe first #PMFlashBlog led by Shim Marom was such a huge global success Mark Phillipy has organised a sequel with a twist. Each Monday for 7 weeks PMFlashBloggers around the world will release their posts about ‘Project Management Around the World’.

sophia-antipolisWith 50+ project management bloggers already involved there’ll be loads of information and some eye-openers about ‘Project Management Around the World’.

My #PMFlashBlog post will be out on the 10th of March and I’ll speak about Project Management in Sophia Antipolis, in the South of France !

Add the #PMFlashBlog tag to your twitter stream now.

Don’t miss #PMFlashBlog Take Two!

25 Février – Sophia-Antipolis – La pensée chinoise comme source d’inspiration pour les entreprises

11 fév

65ème PETIT DÉJEUNER DU CYCLE INNOVATION & CONNAISSANCE au SKEMA

Emmanuel LE ROY

Emmanuel Le Roy

Mardi 25 Février 2014 de 8h30 à 10h – Accueil dès 8h Campus de Sophia Antipolis: Grand Amphi

Les intervenants :
  • Bernard BELLOC, conseiller stratégique, SKEMA Business School
  • Emmanuel LE ROY, Governance & Processes for Services, Amadeus

Vidéo d’introduction: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x19fmev_la-pensee-chinoise-comme-source-d-inspiration-pour-les-entreprises-cycle-innovation-connaissance-ske_school

January 28 – Webinar (PMI) – Challenges of Program Management in Global Environments

27 jan

a PMI Global Diversity Community of Practice webinar with Yaravi Cardoze

28 January 2014 1 PM to 2:15 PM EST (19:00 CET/France)

Program Management has many challenges by nature. Driving Programs, in global environments adds additional components to this interesting role. As global economies are changing, new opportunities for emerging markets like LatinAmerica are finding their space in the global market place, and projects and programs are part of it. This webinar is based on experiencing this challenges in today’s global world.

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January 23 – Webinar (PMI) – Motivating change across cultures

10 jan

A PMI Change Management Community of practice webinar with Dr Keely Killpack

changes23 January 2013 • 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern (20:00 CET/France)

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This interactive and fun session will focus on tactical experiences motivating change across multiple geographies and cultures. Dr. Keely Killpack will share stories from two large software implementation projects and how she approached communication activities in various regions of the world. She will also share some useful tips & tricks from her specialization in work motivation. Participants will leave the session with helpful tools to motivate change more effectively across cultures or geographies.

épeler comme un pilote peut s’avérer fort utile dans un projet international

7 jan

Dans les premiers contacts avec mes équipes projet distribuées sur plusieurs pays ainsi que pour mes déplacement à l’étranger (réservations d’hôtels, taxis, hotlines, avions…), il m’arrive souvent de devoir épeler mon nom pour qu’il soit correctement orthographié.En fait, cela m’arrive aussi en France car "oPerto" est souvent entendu "oBerto"…

procédure de volVoici un petit truc qui vous sera utile si votre nom, comme le mien, n’est pas toujours facile à capter pour une oreille "étrangère".

Je me retrouvais donc souvent à épeler mon nom en anglais avec plus ou moins de succès: OPERTO = o – pi – i – ar – ti – o

Alors que toute confusion peut-être facilement éliminée: OPERTO = Oscar – Papa – Echo – Romeo – Tango – Oscar

Lettre

Aviation Internationale et OTAN

A

Alfa

B

Bravo

C

Charlie

D

Delta

E

Echo

F

Foxtrot

G

Golf

H

Hotel

I

India

J

Juliet

K

Kilo

L

Lima

M

Mike

N

November

O

Oscar

P

Papa

Q

Quebec

R

Romeo

S

Sierra

T

Tango

U

Uniform

V

Victor

W

Whisky

X

X-ray

Y

Yankee

Z

Zulu
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November 25 – Webinar (PMI) – Cross Culture Work: Practices of Collaboration in the Panama Expansion Project

15 nov

A PMI Global Diversity community of practice webinar on 25 November • 19:00 CET/France

"Cross Culture Work: Practices of Collaboration in the Panama Expansion Project” with Dr. Karen Smits, PhD


panamaAs culture needs to be high on the project management agenda this webinar creates awareness of the cultural risks and potentials in projects.

Participants will gain insight into a new perspective on project management, come to understand how cultural complexity is experienced on the work floor, and take advantage by learning how to deal with cultural differences and similarities that emerge in projects.

Overall, the webinar is designed to support project managers in their activities to enhance project outcomes.

November 14 – Webinar (PMI) – International Development Projects face unique Challenges and Opportunities

5 nov

A PMI International Development Community of Practice Webinar with Esen Akter Tekinel on 14 November 2013 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CET/France

différents fuseaux horairesInternational Development Projects – Challenges & Opportunities

From social development to infrastructure, international development projects face their unique challenges. Problems that cause many project failures attribute to institutional rather than technical issues. In order to transform the challenges to opportunities, International Development projects should be managed using proven tools and techniques, the same way as standard projects.

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October 16 – Webinar (PMI) – How to avoid 4 major traps in International Development projects

14 oct

A PMI International Development Community of Practice Webinar with Ika Lavagnon on 16 October 2013 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CET/France

 Why do development projects fail? Zeroing in 4 traps and fixes

leapThis webinar discusses International Development (ID) projects and project management problems within ID.

First, while many reasons may explain the poor showing of ID projects, this webinar suggests that project management problems in ID fall into three main categories:

  • (1) structural/contextual problems;
  • (2) institutional/sustainability problems, and
  • (3) managerial/organizational problems.

Thus, it illustrates why two World Bank funded projects – the Chad-Cameroon pipeline project (US $ 4 billion) and the South Africa Medupi Coal Plant Project (US $3 billion) – fail and the three categories of problem they faced.

Second, the webinar goes on to submit that ID projects are too complex and the task ahead too challenging to address all of these problems together.

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Consequently, it argues, pragmatically, that there are 4 project management traps that deserve the attention of ID project decision makers and practitioners and that breaking free of these traps would help ID succeed.

Thus, ID projects may fall into one or more of four main traps:

  1. bridge the gapthe “one-size-fits-all” technical trap;
  2. the accountability-for-results trap;
  3. the lack-of- project management capacity trap; and
  4. the cultural trap.

These four traps have received little attention in project management in the ID industry sector.

Third and lastly, the webinar looks at how to address each of the four traps and thus suggests moving away from the prevailing one-size-fits-all project management approach in ID; refocusing project management for ID on managing objectives for long-term development results; increasing aid agencies’ supervision efforts notably in failing countries; and tailoring project management to indigenous cultures.

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