Join our complimentary #StratExLive webinar on Tuesday, May 14
As the global project economy grows, project leaders are challenged by accelerating complexity surrounding their work. But as projects have changed, the project management approaches and techniques of organizations have often stayed stagnant.
The DANCE – Dynamic, Ambiguous, Non-linear, Complex and Emergent – nature of projects is a result of the turbulent business environment we now operate in and calls for the need for new approaches for project leaders. What are the characteristics of projects that we must be cognizant of and how can we learn to adapt our skill sets and mindset to be in position to succeed?
Join Jack Duggal, international keynote project speaker and transformational leader, and Strategy Execution’s VP of Product Marketing, Jonathan Gilbert for a conversation about how projects are changing and shaping the next generation of project management and the PMO.
Next Generation Project Management & PMO: Learning to DANCE on the Edge of Complexity
Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. EDT | 4 – 5 p.m. GMT
Follow us on Twitter and contribute to the conversation using #StratExLive during the webinar. By the end of the presentation, you’ll understand the limitations of traditional approaches to project management and the new ways to think and lead that will help you become better suited to manage the complexity of today’s projects.
and expertise to lead and execute projects in any context. With curricula in adaptive strategic execution, project management, business analysis, contract management, and more, Strategy Execution partners with your organization to build skill sets and change mindsets. It’s time to declare a new standard of performance. For more information, visit strategyex.com.
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