Jan 29, 2019

Register Today for "How Adaptive Is Your Organization? Key Success Factors in the Changing World of PM"

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Agile or Adaptive PM, Culture & Change Management, Project & Program Management, Human Capital, Project Management Research, Site News | 0 Comments

Traditional, hybrid, adaptive, agile: What's right for your organization?

Project management practice is in the midst of a sea-change. Adaptive methods that once occupied a specialist niche are being mainstreamed in response to a competitive climate that demands greater flexibility, more transparency, and faster results. As organizations continue to experiment with, and expand application of, hybrid/adaptive approaches, it’s important to pay attention to what high-performing organizations are doing and the effect of training approaches on their overall performance.  

Based on this research, our panel of experts, J. Kent Crawford, Deborah Bigelow-Crawford, and Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin will reveal key success factors to adaptive project management in high-performing organizations, and how crucial it is to have the right training and development plan in place.

In this engaging, interactive discussion, attendees will discover:

  • Traditional, hybrid, adaptive, agile: What's right for your organization?
  • How organizations are experimenting with adaptive approaches now
  • The top five adaptive best practices ... and the top five challenges
  • How to prepare a team to employ adaptive/hybrid approaches
  • Behaviors of highly skilled adaptive managers and teams
  • Behaviors/strategies of high-performing organizations in the study.

Join us to explore the rapidly changing world of project management practice. Here's the link to register!

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