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The Unanchored Project Manager Vol. 5: Managing an Unanchored PM

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The Unanchored Project Manager Vol. 2: Planning Life as an Unanchored PM

Michael Huber, and Catherine Oliver-Weems – December 5, 2018 PrefaceI am in the process of developing my “Closing as an Unanchored Project Manager” installment in this series, and writing this edition is challenging as I am still continuing this lifestyle successfully and happily. For this installment, I invited my manager, Catherine Oliver-Weems, to write a piece on what it is...

Expanding Your Understanding of Business Analysis Roles

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Making Organizational Transformation Happen...and Getting Noticed

Joe Wynne – December 5, 2018 Joe Wynne is a versatile Project Manager experienced in delivering medium-scope projects in large organizations that improve workforce performance and business processes. He has a proven track record of delivering effective, technology-savvy solutions in a variety of industries and a unique combination of strengths in both process management and...

ProjectManagement.com – Do You VRMS?

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ProjectManagement.com - Business Transformation...Without the Disruption

Andy Jordan – December 5, 2018 Andy Jordan is President of Roffensian Consulting S.A., a Roatan, Honduras-based management consulting firm with a comprehensive project management practice. Andy always appreciates feedback and discussion on the issues raised in his articles and can be reached at andy.jordan@roffensian.com. Andy’s new book Risk Management for Project Driven...

Dealing With the Loneliness of Project Management

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ProjectManagement.com - Business Transformation...Without the Disruption

Andy Jordan – December 5, 2018 Andy Jordan is President of Roffensian Consulting S.A., a Roatan, Honduras-based management consulting firm with a comprehensive project management practice. Andy always appreciates feedback and discussion on the issues raised in his articles and can be reached at andy.jordan@roffensian.com. Andy’s new book Risk Management for Project Driven...

New PMI Reports Focus on Disruptive Technologies

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ProjectManagement.com - Managing Disruptive Technologies

ProjectManagement.com – December 3, 2018 Project Management Institute has released three new thought leadership reports focused on navigating “the new normal” of disruptive technologies. The reports were unveiled during the seventh annual PMO Symposium® in Washington D.C., where more than 650 project management office executives, organizational leaders and senior...

Rebooting a Project: How to Utilize Change Management to Re-Organize and Re-Energize Your Project

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8 Ways to Crush Trust — And Agility

Elizabeth Hetrick, MBA, PMP – December 4, 2018 Abstract In the world of project management, projects rarely go completely smoothly. While risks can be managed and planned for, sometimes good projects fail or stagnate. Sometimes you need to introduce the risk of change to a project to reorganize and revitalize it for success. Utilizing change management techniques within the...

ProjectManagement.com – Working With Volunteer PMs

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ProjectManagement.com - Working With Volunteer PMs

Michael Wood – December 3, 2018 Michael R. Wood is a Business Process Improvement & IT Strategist Independent Consultant. He is creator of the business process-improvement methodology called HELIX and founder of The Natural Intelligence Group, a strategy, process improvement and technology consulting company. He is also a CPA, has served as an Adjunct Professor in...

Mixing Up Group Planning Sessions

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Mixing Up Group Planning Sessions

Mark Steward Sydney, Australia Chapter – December 3, 2018 Mark is Director for Arrow Zee Australia in Sydney and has over 20 years of experience working for large organizations. Are your planning sessions not getting the results you expected? Do you have alphas, extroverts, evangelists, subject matter experts, senior managers or political aspirants who dominate planning sessions...

Introduction to Strengths-Based PM: Social Intelligence for Project Management

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Introduction to Strengths-Based PM: Social Intelligence for Project Management

Ruth Pearce PMI Southern New England Chapter +2 – November 29, 2018 Ruth is a program manager, group coach and author in Durham, North Carolina. The Challenge of Engagement Anyone who has been in the workplace for a while knows that collaborative motivated teams accomplish a lot more than their unhappy disconnected colleagues. There is plenty of research from organizations...

IT Business Analysts: Librarians, Zombies or Ninjas?

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Hybrid Knowledge: Expansion and Contraction

Mike Griffiths PMI Southern Alberta Chapter – November 28, 2018 Mike Griffiths is a consultant and trainer who help organizations improve performance through shared leadership, agility and (un)common sense. He maintains the blog LeadingAnswers.com. The role and persona of the business analyst (BA) on IT projects has changed. Let’s chart the course of the BA’s rise, demise...

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