Friday, September 23, 2022, 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM EST
PDD 2022 Ignite your future with new skills, add to your professional network, and develop as a leader. Earn up to 10 PDU’s. Together we will ignite your career path toward greatness.
PMI has become and continues to be the leading professional association in project management. The goal of the Metrolina chapter is to advance the mission and objectives of the Project Management Institute.
Our chapter programs feature recognized sought-after industry leaders and topics that are applicable to project management practitioners from all sectors. Our workshops have been recognized nationally for their accomplishments and educational level of excellence. We invite you to participate actively and enjoy the full benefit of membership!
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Dr. Joe Perez
Facilitating Innovation in a Post COVID-19 World
Has COVID-19 made you see the need to adopt a more agile way of thinking? Where is your leadership strategy now? Where do you want it to be as the industry recovers from this worldwide crisis? Do you intend to get it there by using the same methods that haven’t worked? It has been said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results. Is that how you want your legacy to be remembered? Do you project an image of being part of the problem or part of the solution? Find out how to be a catalyst for change (facilitating innovation) and NOT an antagonist (frustrating innovation). Discover three types of flexibility in leadership and work/life balance needed to make that happen in the aftermath of COVID-19.
Estimating and Applying Points with Agile – How to apply, and when is it done?
Risk and PMI’s Risk Management Professional (RMP) Certification
The Science of Focus: Unleashing the power of focused teams
Overcoming Executive Inaction – Using The Cost Of Decision Latency To Reverse Analysis Paralysis
According to the highly respected CHAOS Report, released every two years by the Standish Group, delays between questions and answers drive huge, negative impacts into project outcomes. It is counter-intuitive but the value of a shorter decisionmaking time-interval is greater than the value of a higher-quality decision. In Lean, and therefore Agile, this is recognized by the pairing of two concepts – Deferred Commitments and Last Responsible Moment. Every PM knows methods and tools alone – even great ones. like Lean, Project Management and Agile – cannot reduce project costs unless senior decision-makers make timely decisions and take action. During this reality-based, technically-sophisticated presentation you will learn how to quantify the cost of decision-making delays and gain insights to demonstrate the steps your leaders must take to avoid the trap that Peter DruckYou will see how to show Leaders that their strategy is being eaten by slow decisions that disrupt schedules, drive cost overruns and produce disastrous outcomeser expressed as, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast!”. You will see how to show Leaders that their strategy is being eaten by slow decisions that disrupt schedules, drive cost overruns and produce disastrous outcomes.