You do not want to miss this month’s meeting! We are hosting award-winning futurist and best-selling author Thornton May, a dynamic and engaging personality that you are sure to enjoy. His last visit to our chapter 2 years ago was the most highly rated and highly attended meeting that year. You will take home invaluable insights and actionable information. Be sure to attend the February 20 meeting! Register now to save your spot!
The Impact of Revolutionary Change on Project Managers & Project Management
Every aspect of human existence, every vertical market, and every functional discipline is experiencing revolutionary change. In the 1990’s we “reengineered” and “webified”. In the aughts [2000-2009] we “mobilized”. In the first half of the second decade of the 21st century we “datified”. In 2017 we deal with the impacts of machine learning and conversational A.I. [e.g., Alexa, Google Home, Cortana and Siri]. Award-winning futurist and best-selling author Thornton May will explore what all this change means for project managers and project management.
What Good is Strategy if you can’t implement it? Strategy is fundamental to the success and sustainability of any organization for the following reasons: understanding your company and your industry, growing in a changing world and creating a vision and direction for the whole organization. When you get that strategy, you need to implement it to reap those benefits the strategy is supposed to yield. Depending upon the survey you read, between 60 and 70% of strategies fail. There are three reasons strategy fails to execute; Company initiatives don’t align with strategy, Company processes don’t align with strategy and Employees and stakeholder fail to engage. But there is a way. There are 5 Essential Steps to Successful Strategy Implementation we’ll discuss.
Conflict in organizations arises from a variety of factors including organizational restructuring and change, a globally diverse workforce, high pace multi-channel communication, the use of cross-functional teams, and differences in personality and leadership style.
The objective of this session is to give attendees a toolkit of practices so they can improve the quality of the requirements development and requirements management processes in their organization.
This session includes two parts:
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In honor of Women's History Month, PMI-NEFL is proud to feature "Women in Technology" (2 PDU's - Leadership category) as our monthly Professional Development event. All are welcome!