Join our complimentary #StratExLive webinar on Tuesday, January 29
The project revolution is here and more organizational value is being created through project-based work than ever before. There are an increasing number of factors today leading to complexity that impact the ability of teams to operate efficiently. Project leaders need new approaches and an adaptive mindset to set up their teams for success, and those who are not equipped with the right skills will fall behind. What can leaders and teams do to prepare for uncertainty and change?
In partnership with Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE), we invite you to join Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez, world-renowned project management expert, and Mike Canning, Duke CE Global Managing Director for New Businesses for a conversation about the disruptive revolution of project work, the need for organizations to recognize opportunities faster, and the new skills needed to adapt and succeed.
Adaptive Leadership Webinar Series: The Project Revolution
Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. EST | 4 – 5 p.m. GMT
Follow us on Twitter and contribute to the conversation using #StratExLive and #LeadWithASEP during the webinar. By the end of the presentation, you’ll understand how the project landscape is changing around the world, what this means for organizations, and the implications for you as a leader.
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