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Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This episode is the third of three in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four project management principles that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: 09. Complexity - Limiting effects of system interactions 10. Risk - Reducing risk for project success 11. Adaptability - Designing processes so you can be nimble 12. Change - Readying everyone for what’s coming
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This episode is the first of three in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four project management principles that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: 5. Holistic Thinking - Taking a systems-view approach 6. Leadership - Leading over managing 7. Tailoring - Finding the right fit for each project 8. Quality - Doing it right the first time
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This episode is the first of three in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four project management principles that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: 1. Stewardship - Taking care of your project 2. Team - Building a solid team culture 3. Stakeholders - Engaging stakeholders brings success 4. Value - Delivering what's important
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Projects are done by people, and we project managers are responsible to ensure that everyone on the team stays motivated. How do you do that when half of your team works from home (with a barking dog in the background), some sit next to you at their desks, and the rest are in various branch offices around the world? Welcome to the world of managing hybrid and remote projects.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. On 19-Nov-2021 PMI began using the PMBOK Guide 7th edition as one of the ten reference books for the PMP exam. If you are preparing for the PMP exam you probably have questions like: What does that mean for my exam? Do I now have to read PMBOK 7? What about PMBOK 6? Will I need additional training? Is my exam simulator updated for this?
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Today’s workplace has evolved. Yet the strategies to empower employees and teams are still maturing. Join Cornelius Fichtner and Kevin Torf and let them fill this gap by providing a practical framework to inspire teams and keep them accountable for ultimate success. Rather than impose a single method to make you a better project manager, we will look at a flexible strategy that will help you lead confidently, take advantage of all the perspectives on your team, and get the job and project done on time without having to sacrifice quality.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Organizations are successful based on their ability to achieve strategic goals. However, too many organizations waste time and money on developing strategy but don’t achieve their goals. What goes wrong?
Play video episode | Play audio-only episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Cornelius Fichtner's new book The 50 PMP® Exam Prep Questions Everyone Gets Wrong is now available. The premise is, that there are some topics everyone gets wrong on the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam. Being able to answer tricky questions can mean the difference between a pass and a fail. Using data from thousands of mock PMP exams and insights from experienced classroom trainers, he identified, analyzed and explains the project management concepts that most students struggle to grasp. Buy the book on Amazon.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Project Business Automation (PBA) is a category of business systems that are designed to integrate and automate the business processes of project-based companies. So if your company is in a project driven industry - for example construction, engineering or professional services - where you work on projects that are paid for by your customers, then having a PBA system is a must.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. In this episode, Cornelius Fichtner gives you his initial executive overview of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Seventh Edition.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. As we look ahead to the remainder of the year, there are still several trends that are emerging in both Agile Project Management and Agile Product Development. By making project managers aware of these trends, and ensuring that they understand not only the trend, but also its impact, they will be well prepared to tackle problems that arise in the Agile Space, well into the future. In this interview, Kevin Reilly and Cornelius Fichtner will discuss the top Agile trends that are emerging in 2021, including:
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. The disciplines of change management and project management are both necessary when executing a project or initiative. Each discipline brings the critical structure needed for effectively implementing change and achieving the results you want. Yet, change management and project management must work together to achieve successful change. Doing so creates a unified value proposition, which sets the foundation for tactical integration and delivers value across all aspects of the project, including both the people side and technical side. Join Tim Creasey and Cornelius Fichtner in this livestream where they look at the basics of change management, discuss the differences and similarities to project management, and give you tips and best practices to implement change management on your projects today.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. On Jan 1st 2021, the Project Management Institute (PMI)® rolled out an updated Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam. For example: The PMP® exam went from 200 questions down to 180 questions, 50% of the exam is now on agile and hybrid methodologies, and there are two ten-minute breaks. And these are just three of the many changes So, I’m sure you have questions.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This is part 2 of our webinar with Oliver Lehmann.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. The world of project management is undergoing a fundamental change -- a collaborative revolution: Projects that would have been done internally in the past are more and more given to external contractors, who in turn may use subcontractors and sub-subcontractors, building complex project supply networks (PSNs).
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Are you thinking about taking the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam? Perhaps you are well into your PMP® studies already. Join Cornelius Fichtner, PMP as he shares a wealth of great information to help you prepare for your exam, as well as his up-to-date recommendations on how to best study for the 2021 PMP Exam.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. We are recording more and more of our episodes as videos and then make them available to you in both video and audio-only format. In this episode, we show you how to watch the video version of The PM Podcast. Spoiler alert: Click the "Play video episode" link that you see above.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. In this episode, we explore Cornelius Fichtner's recommended Ten Steps to Pass Your Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam. When Cornelius Fichtner prepared for his PMP exam he was frustrated with the outdated, incorrect and often contradictory recommendations people give to help candidates prepare for and pass their PMP exam. And so, to help you avoid this frustration, he created this easy to follow, ten-step approach to preparing for and passing your PMP exam.
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Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Sorry. Your browser cannot play this video. Our focus today is on project performance. To be precise, it’s on The Practitioner's Handbook of Project Performance: Agile, Waterfall and Beyond. This handbook is the result of the hard work and dedication of more than 35 authors from over 15 countries across four continents. They wrote chapters on pretty much any topic of project performance that you can imagine, and it was all brought together by Mark Phillips. Mark has been on the program before. That was back in episode 158 and then also 282 and 283 when we spoke about his book reinventing communication, and today it’s project performance.
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ID17557632

I’m fresh out of college ready to enter project management. Learning about real-time leadership while searching for a mentor. Thank you!!

Feb 19th
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José Luis Pérez Barrera

very useful topic

Oct 25th
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Victor Vizzuett

important business management skills are communication, flexibility, not to be afraid to talk when something goes wrong, assertiveness, able to manage difficult people,

Sep 9th
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George Mathew

excellent content, topics, and production.

Feb 18th
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Brett Nyberg

it's all about the vision in your own head, following with being able to make that a reality in a efficient/timely manner, im all about the visuals

Apr 24th
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Jose Ferdinand Licop

We can claim PDUs on this right?

Mar 14th
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Sunil Mishra

good.and.very.good

Jan 30th
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