SIGN UP NOW!
It's FREE!

Create a Profile and Start Networking with HR Professionals
Register Now - It's Free Registration info
 
Member Content
Blogs | Questions | Files | Events | HR Groups | Members


  • Upcoming Events
  • Past Events
  • Public Events

More Virtual Conferences

Upcoming Conference
24 April - 25 April 2014

Rewards and Recognition

Upcoming Conference
29 April - 30 April 2014

Quality of Hire

Upcoming Conference
5 May - 6 May 2014

Performance Management

My Events
View and edit your current events.
Add Event

Click the "add event" button to create a listing for your event

Advertise Here
Event Calendar / A Fresh Look at Extraordinary Project Managers
Details & Time Frame
A Fresh Look at Extraordinary Project Managers
Recently the CIO Journal of the Wall Street journal reported that CIO's are starting to worry about retention. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for "computer and mathematical occupations" dropped to an all- time low to 2.8 percent as of December 7, 2012. Couple this information with the fact that, according to the Boston Based IT research and consulting firm, less than 2% of the IT projects over $10 million are successful. They also report that 32% of projects costing $3 million to $6 million failed. Even the U.S. government is experiencing project failures. The Air Force recently cancelled their 4 year effort to improve the management of logistics using software from Oracle after investing $1 billion dollars. They realized it would require another $1 billion investment just to achieve one-quarter of the capabilities originally planned so the entire program was cancelled.

These project failures and the critical importance of retaining highly skilled and motivated employees point to the need for a fresh approach to managing people and projects. While competency models abound and there is certainly not a lack of training programs, what has been missing is an approach that impacts the “core” thoughts and behaviors of the leader. Frequently we hear that the “typical” project leader (meant to include project managers, project directors, project sponsor, PMO leaders, etc.) suffer from high stress, feelings of overwhelm, and demands from competing stakeholders that leave them exhausted and feeling disengaged. If they attend traditional training programs, they often leave the program with new skills. However, they frequently return to the job with the same high stress, feelings of overwhelm, frustration from competing stakeholder expectations and the same feelings of exhaustion disengagement. This program offers a fresh look at a proven “next practice” for developing extraordinary project managers.
02/20/2013 3:00 pm o'clock
02/20/2013 4:00 pm o'clock
Victor Bullara, ACC, ELI-MP
City
-
-
-

Webcast information

Who should participate:

HR professionals at all levels, project managers, project directors and program managers and other leaders who manage IT and organizational change initiatives.

What you will learn:

"Energy Leadership: 7 Levels of Extraordinary Project Leaders" as well as techniques for removing obstacles to achieving breakthrough results. How to recognize "GAIL's" that keep us form being the best leaderpossible.

Recommended Resources:

NA
View full details
Sponsors
Speakers You must be logged in to view speakers
Approved by HR.com This event has been approved by HR.com.
Attachments

Actions
Invitations

Type last name, first name or company.


Type last name, first name, company or email address

Enter a personal message that will be sent to the recipients above


Link Use the following code to link to this event in your emails or website: