Why projects fail David Hillson Everybody loves brainstorming Focused risk communication Get the frogs off the log Identifying opportunities Innovative Risk Management Opportunity equals scope creep? Problems with probability Proving the value of risk management Using decision trees What drives risk attitudes?
Donnie MacNicol 17 integrative leadership processes Are we ready for drastic change Career progression Commitments as a leader Leadership, why develop it? Personal development interventions Personal development preferences Personal styles in project management Project Lucidus 10 not so easy steps to EVM Conflict, what an opportunity Core PM competencies Experiential learning Getting to grips with the business case International team working No logic required!
Lynda Bourne Be careful what you govern Complex project management Developing your team Fine tune your detectors Innovation and value Poor governance creates complexity Practical project politics Project surveillance Tired workers lose their ethics When strategic planning fails Melanie Franklin 3 top issues in agile transformation Change is a capability not a method Communicating change Effective change needs friends Getting a change initiative back on course What does a PMO need to know about Agile?
What is Agile?
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Mike Watson 1st class leaders A chance to get it right Agile - it's in the name Brainstorming doesn't work Does your boss steal the glory? Know when to leave the bar Managing multicultural teams Misuse of 'Agile' Planning - less is more usually Questions for the boss to ask The human side of business case management The human side of control Where conflict shouldn't end up Milvio DiBartolomeo 6 hats of project management Adopting agile successfully Are you in a team silo?
Communities of practice Establishing the vital case for change Gated assurance protects strategic objectives Herding cats Improving your knowledge on a budget How to assess your PMO How to revitalise your PMO Is management by exception a pipe dream? Key values of a project manager Learning from experience Minimum viable bureaucracy - not an oxymoron PMO, passion to profession Risk management makes the difference Start with 'Why? Morals and policy Prediction is difficult Who manages benefits? Robert Buttrick A business case cautionary tale Be a nut, be a leader Business cases - lies and gambles Defining your projects Enemies within Excellence is not enough Functional thinking destroys business value Fundamentally speaking - 1 Fundamentally speaking - 2 Fundamentally speaking - 3 Fundamentally speaking - 4 Hold on to your resources Is functional hierarchy fit for modern business Lessons from history PPM but not as we know it Secrets of successful programmes Thoughts on project risk Whose success is it?
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