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It captures the idea that Leading Projects is a calling,
The promise that valuable knowledge is to be shared,
In a setting of familiar encounters that feel energizing.
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We don’t offer presentations.
We deliver a way to inspire, to create and yes, to dream.
Because it’s not only about what you know,
it’s about how you’ll shape your tomorrow.
PMI a are registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.
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3 webinars and 1 workshop: all for FREE! (limited places available)
After having in place a good Project Management method, organizations usually realize that this is not enough. Why this happens?
Take part of this new initiative: a FREE course to introduce you to the connections among Project, Programme and Portfolio Management: follow the series of 3 webinars in September, and participate to the final workhop in Brussels.
QRP International, DantotsuPM’s sponsor, wants to help you answer this common question: what is the right first step for my organization, and how do I identify it?
Join this introduction course to PPM Implementations: 3 webinars and 1 workshop, all for free!
This unique course, run by lead consultant Mr. Niels Van Bemmelen, includes 3 webinars and 1 ending on-site workshop in Brussels:
- PART 1 – 2 September, 11h00 – Webinar: What is the PPM framework and why you need it: overview of Project, Programme and Portfolio
- PART 2 – 16 September, 11h00 Webinar: What happens when you only implement Project Management?
- PART 3 – 30 September, 11h00 Webinar: Get the support you need at each level of the organization: the P3O guidance
- PART4 – 2 October – Workshop-Brussels: How to start your own P3 implementation and top tips for success!
Throughout the course, we will take you from the theory of the P3 framework, to the functioning of each of the methods involved at Project, Programme and Portfolio levels, to a more and more practical view on these methods.
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The end-goal of this FREE introduction course is to answer to the starting question of each P3 implementation: « what is the right first step and how do I identify it? »
Places are limited! Make sure you book your seat for this unique and FREE event!
The Agile Business Conference is an annual event that explores the benefits and challenges of Agile adoption throughout organisations in Public, Private and Not-for-Profit sectors.
We invite you to join Executives, Change Leaders, Managers and professionals from the UK, mainland Europe and further afield seeking to exploit the power of Agile to help shape their enterprise for the future.
There will be inspirational keynotes and four tracks over two days comprising of case studies, workshops and in-depth discussions, offering a wealth of opportunities to enhance and share your knowledge, network and engage with some of the best Agile experts in the field.
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The main presupposition of this presentation is that the combination of democratic government and market economies has had a hugely liberating and prosperity generating effect in many parts of the world.
Dr. Ernst von Kimakowitz
Simultaneously however, we can increasingly observe the limitations of theories, policies and business practices that are based on the belief that market forces automatically and autonomously deliver desired results. Thus, the job at hand is to become smarter in using markets and business for creating shared prosperity and societal well being within the natural capacity of our planet.
After demonstrating the global context and its relevance for business this presentation provides insights and stimulus for how we can make better use of business for a more equitable and more sustainable planet.
As a global community we are facing two main challenges. First, the environmental challenge where broad based consensus exists today that we adversely affect the capacity of our planet to support life. The second challenge we face is the distributional challenge. Around the globe we increasingly find levels of inequality that are putting at risk social peace and cohesion both of which are indispensable foundations of prosperous and thriving societies. The relevance for business is equally strong as it is evident. Public trust in business leaders and government officials as well as employee engagement levels have been declining for years as many people see a growing lack of congruence between their personal beliefs and values and those values that are driving business decisions. However, plentiful are also the examples of businesses that seek to actively contribute to finding solutions to the challenges we face, acting on strong values and creating value for society at large. These are great organizations demonstrating true business leadership.
Mental models matter, they are the lens through which we see the world around us. The mental model under which great organizations operate is that all business is fundamentally human interaction and its purpose is derived from how it serves others. Business is people working with people to create value for people.
Great organizations are united in being driven by strong values, they have a non negotiable core of what they believe is the right thing to do and follow through with it. The main driving values of such organizations are purpose and legitimacy, passion with integrity and empathy.
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The management paradigm resulting from the mental model and drivers introduced above is what we have coined the three stepped approach to humanistic management. It consists of firstly the unconditional respect for human dignity, secondly the integration of ethical reflection in managerial decision making and, thirdly, the active and ongoing engagement with stakeholders.
Dr. Ernst von Kimakowitz is Director of the Humanistic Management Center, an independent think tank, learning institution and advisory firm and of the executive education provider Ethics First.
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Suite au succès des quatre dernières éditions de PPM Conference, l’édition 2016 aura pour thème : Management des Parties Prenantes des Programmes & des Projets.
Cette conférence est une opportunité d’explorer les outils, les processus et les méthodes reconnues du management des parties prenantes des projets, des programmes et des portefeuilles de projets.
Plus de 100 professionnels et experts des fonctions métiers, maitrise d’ouvrage, organisation, RH, gestion de projet, PMO de plus de 20 pays participeront à cet événement.
Avec, parmi les nombreux experts et intervenants de ces 2 journées, nos collègues et amis Christine Rieu et Marc Burlereaux qui contribuent régulièrement sur le blog DantotsuPM.
IPMA’s research conferences are not like typical conferences where most of the research happens beforehand and the participants are primarily listeners.
In the IPMA research conferences, the structure and work methods are thoroughly prepared and then selected presenters are invited to come and inspire the participants with their lectures on chosen topics. The value lies primarily in what happens during the conference, during the fruitful discussions, work shops, world café sessions and networking that results when people with different backgrounds and perspectives meet to discuss important subjects.
The subject for this years conference is particularly exciting. The world is faced with huge problems that cannot be solved without a joint effort, consensus, mutual understanding and the shared will to change things for the better – even though this leads to sacrifices in the short run.
IPMA 2016 Site
We who practice project management know that our discipline can really help in this voyage, because these challenges are typical for complex undertakings. In addition we can assume that sustainability needs to be a part of our basic philosophy as professional project managers and taking sustainability seriously into account needs to be an integral part of any professional body of knowledge in project, program and portfolio management.
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In an interactive session you will get introduced to and practice the Picture Card Design Method (PCDM).
Dr. Markus Gappmaier
With Dr. Markus Gappmaier, learn the theory behind effective business process modelling and re-engineering and apply it to your work experience: identify quick wins for the processes you use every day and smoothen the implementation of process changes introduced by your projects.
Although for most PCDM remains a “hidden jewel”, this simple yet effective method has been helping companies all over the world for almost 20 years to optimize and innovate their processes — including those relevant for project management, such as planning, creating concepts and following up.
PCDM uses a participatory, visual approach to create flexible process models in a very helpful systematic way. It provides method support far beyond comprehensive process modeling; from realizing quick wins based on well-informed process analysis to identifying all project tasks required for the implementation of newly created processes.
After a short theoretical introduction, you will apply PCDM to model a well-known process.
A great initiative of PMI Switzerland and its Meetup group « Project Management Network Zurich »
Enjoy the summer and network over lunch with other Projects Managers in a relaxed atmosphere !
Meet at the border of the lake, on Tuesday 26 July 2016 from 12.00 to 13.30 at: Ristorante Frascati Zürich – Bellerivestrasse 2 – 8008 Zurich – Website
Public transport: Kreuzstrasse (tram 2, 4), just 2 tram stops away from Bellevue.
Everybody pays for his/her own lunch. Sorry, no PDU’s for this event🙂
PMI Agile Forum in fellowship with DSDM on 21st of July at 6pm
Main speaker: Vic Page
This presentation, at a high level of abstraction, explores the fundamentals of the DSDM Agile Project Framework – since this is the framework upon which the advice, guidance and role definitions regarding the Agile Business Analyst is structured. The presentation will provide an overview of the role of Agile BA, the responsibilities as well as the skills and involvement in the context of other roles within an Agile project.
During this talk participants will be introduced with business models and structures coupled with techniques for competitive analysis, legal and regulatory compliance, strategic planning analysis and alignment.
Furthermore, at a high level, Vic will address several Agile practices related to; data gathering and modeling, life-cycle management, requirements management and traceability, scope management, time, budget and cost estimation.
- Registration & Networking: 18:00
- Welcome & Introduction: 18:30
- Presentation & Q&A: 18:40
- Networking & Drinks: 20:00
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