With Antonio Nieto Rodriguez
August 29, 2022
Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez talks with us about disruptive change and shares leadership insights and tips as he answers these 4 questions:
- What is disruptive change?
- What are two of the most distinctive qualities of the best change leaders?
- To become a great leader during disruptive change, what is important?
- Can you share three tips on how to embrace disruption and lead effectively?
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Join us Thursday, November 3 for #IPMDay2022!
IIL’s International Project Management Day 2022 Online Conference features industry-renowned thought leaders, trainers, and coaches on cutting-edge topics. Be inspired and learn fresh ideas to advance in your career. Earn valuable professional development units (PDUs) and Scrum Educational Units (SEU). Watch on-demand for 90 days at your convenience.
Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez, HBR Author, Professor, and Thought Leader, will lead the On-Demand Presentation, “Project Canvas: A Modern and Simple Framework to Increase Project Success”.
Learn more about IPM Day’s Live Day Keynotes, Panels, and Presenters. Also, check out the On-Demand Speakers who will be leading talks and presentations with topics ranging from Leadership, Building Teams, and Change Agility – to Risk Management, Beating Burnout, and more.
Author of the Harvard Business Review Project Management Handbook, the featured HBR article, The Project Economy Has Arrived, and four other books, Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is the creator of concepts such as the Project Economy and the Project Manifesto. His research and global impact on modern management have been recognized by Thinkers50. Fellow and Former Chairman of the Project Management Institute, he is the founder of Projects&Co and the Strategy Implementation Institute. He is a member of Marshall Goldsmith 100 coaches. You can follow Antonio through his LinkedIn Newsletter – Lead Projects Successfully, his popular online course Project Management Reinvented for Non-Project Managers, and his website.
Disclaimer: The ideas, views, and opinions expressed in this interview are those of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect the views of International Institute for Learning or any entities they represent.