Day 4: Thursday 1st of October

Path to Progress

On 08.00 to 09.00, Day 4: Thursday 1st of October

Most people have encountered obstacles on their path. It has always been there and the last six months or so it has been more extreme and more visible. But what are the obstacles telling you? There is no learning and growing without adversity and the challenges being presented at these times are no different from…

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Dark Data in Project Management – The Critical (Un)known Unknown

On 12.00 to 13.00, Day 4: Thursday 1st of October

The most important asset for organisations today is data. With the exponentially growing amount of information, also the project management domain is expected to become a more analytics-driven practice that relies on the proper collection and processing of relevant project information. An estimated 80% of data that is collected today by organisations is usually unused…

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The Day After – Tomorrows Teams Today

On 13.00 to 14.00, Day 4: Thursday 1st of October

Socio Economic volatility, overnight digital transformation, suddenly remote teams have challenged project managers to challenge the status quo. Today’ s teams are dispersed, diverse and virtual. But tomorrow’s team may not be so.A new survey suggests that at least 16 percent of employees will remain at-home workers long after COVID-19 recedes, which means we may…

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Staying Engaged in Challenging Times

On 16.30 to 17.30, Day 4: Thursday 1st of October

Staff engagement has never been more important in these challenging and uncertain times. In this session we identify some of the key factors needed to keep you and your team motivated, engaged, and effective in role. For example: holding the locus of control; projet ownership; setting priorities;  maintaining healthy boundaries and avoiding distractions We look…

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Projects as Homework

On 19.00 to 20.00, Day 4: Thursday 1st of October

As businesses have become leaner, medium important, medium complex projects are increasingly staffed by in-house resources working on them as ‘homework’. In “The People Project Triangle”, we term these ‘composite’ projects. The current crisis is only going to increase their number. Analogous to the classic ‘Project Triangle’ (a trade-off between cost, time and scope), we…

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