Category Archives: Change Management

Social Media For Project Managers – A Conversation with Elizabeth Harrin

Elizabeth Harrin shares insights on how social media can support and supplement existing project management techniques. There’s a change happening in project management: social media tools are finding their way from branding and marketing to talent management and to the hub of companies and project teams. Elizabeth Harrin says that Project management methodologies are being…

How IT Can Deliver New Business Value Every 12 Weeks – Adobe Systems Case Study

Paulette Scheffer, Senior Director of IT Infrastructure & Service Management at Adobe Systems, on how her team Delivers new business value 12-week sprints. I am joined today by Paulette Scheffer, Senior Director of IT Infrastructure & Service Management, to talk about how her team at Adobe Systems delivers business value in 12-week sprints. Paula shares…

The LOE Index: Measuring The Individual Response To Organizational Change

Dr. Victoria Grady shares insights about the Organizational Loss of Effectiveness Index: a quantitative Tool for measuring individual response to organizational change. I am joined today by Dr. Victoria Grady to talk about her Organizational Loss of Effectiveness Index, a quantitative Tool for measuring the individual response to organizational change. The LOE Index is used…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: The Emotional Brain

We like to think that our decisions are based on logic and rational thinking but my guest today says that “everything we do is rooted in emotion”. Latest Neuroscience research is showing that our emotional brain plays a very important role in determining our thoughts and behaviors. It is also important that we understand how…

Successful Change – How to implement change through people

Leading major change initiatives means facing key challenges that range from securing senior management buy-in and sponsorship for change right through to overcoming resistance from the people on the frontline who are impacted most heavily by the change. In his book Successful Change, David shares his insights from the experiences that he and his colleagues…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: the Neuroscience of Effective Change Management

Change is pain. Responses to change can range from frustration, anxiety, to fear and anywhere in between. Understanding how the brain responds to change and how to create the right conditions for a more productive response to change enables us to be more effective as project managers and change leaders. Continuing this series on leading…

How to handle stubborn resistance to change

A conversation with Cindy Margules, a Director of Project Management Office, on how to handle stubborn resistance to change.  Cindy Margules, Director of the Project Management Office at Convio, Inc, shares with us insights on how to overcome the challenges of leading change. Cindy discusses:   The key components in change management and how attitudes…

Building camaraderie and accountability in your project meetings

Dana Brownlee shares facilitation techniques and best practices to build a sense of camaraderie and accountability in our project meetings. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss hearing Dana speak at the Telesummit. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dana Brownlee, President and founder of Professionalism…

Tangible Tips for Handling the Endless Stress in Project Management

Dr. Steve Flannes shares his insights on the five stress management techniques that have proven successful with project managers. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dr. Steve Flannes about his tangible tips for handling the endless stress in Project Management. Dr. Flannes describes why Project management is inherently stressful due to matrix…

A conversation with Dr. Harold Kerzner

Dr. Harold Kerzner shares his insights from his four presentations at Pink Elephant’s 15th Annual International IT Management Conference & Exhibition. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to join fifteen of today’s dynamic and engaging thought leaders in Project Management. Today, I have the pleasure to…

Category Archives: Change Management

Social Media For Project Managers – A Conversation with Elizabeth Harrin

Elizabeth Harrin shares insights on how social media can support and supplement existing project management techniques. There’s a change happening in project management: social media tools are finding their way from branding and marketing to talent management and to the hub of companies and project teams. Elizabeth Harrin says that Project management methodologies are being…

How IT Can Deliver New Business Value Every 12 Weeks – Adobe Systems Case Study

Paulette Scheffer, Senior Director of IT Infrastructure & Service Management at Adobe Systems, on how her team Delivers new business value 12-week sprints. I am joined today by Paulette Scheffer, Senior Director of IT Infrastructure & Service Management, to talk about how her team at Adobe Systems delivers business value in 12-week sprints. Paula shares…

The LOE Index: Measuring The Individual Response To Organizational Change

Dr. Victoria Grady shares insights about the Organizational Loss of Effectiveness Index: a quantitative Tool for measuring individual response to organizational change. I am joined today by Dr. Victoria Grady to talk about her Organizational Loss of Effectiveness Index, a quantitative Tool for measuring the individual response to organizational change. The LOE Index is used…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: The Emotional Brain

We like to think that our decisions are based on logic and rational thinking but my guest today says that “everything we do is rooted in emotion”. Latest Neuroscience research is showing that our emotional brain plays a very important role in determining our thoughts and behaviors. It is also important that we understand how…

Successful Change – How to implement change through people

Leading major change initiatives means facing key challenges that range from securing senior management buy-in and sponsorship for change right through to overcoming resistance from the people on the frontline who are impacted most heavily by the change. In his book Successful Change, David shares his insights from the experiences that he and his colleagues…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: the Neuroscience of Effective Change Management

Change is pain. Responses to change can range from frustration, anxiety, to fear and anywhere in between. Understanding how the brain responds to change and how to create the right conditions for a more productive response to change enables us to be more effective as project managers and change leaders. Continuing this series on leading…

How to handle stubborn resistance to change

A conversation with Cindy Margules, a Director of Project Management Office, on how to handle stubborn resistance to change.  Cindy Margules, Director of the Project Management Office at Convio, Inc, shares with us insights on how to overcome the challenges of leading change. Cindy discusses:   The key components in change management and how attitudes…

Building camaraderie and accountability in your project meetings

Dana Brownlee shares facilitation techniques and best practices to build a sense of camaraderie and accountability in our project meetings. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss hearing Dana speak at the Telesummit. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dana Brownlee, President and founder of Professionalism…

Tangible Tips for Handling the Endless Stress in Project Management

Dr. Steve Flannes shares his insights on the five stress management techniques that have proven successful with project managers. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dr. Steve Flannes about his tangible tips for handling the endless stress in Project Management. Dr. Flannes describes why Project management is inherently stressful due to matrix…

A conversation with Dr. Harold Kerzner

Dr. Harold Kerzner shares his insights from his four presentations at Pink Elephant’s 15th Annual International IT Management Conference & Exhibition. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to join fifteen of today’s dynamic and engaging thought leaders in Project Management. Today, I have the pleasure to…

Category Archives: Change Management

Social Media For Project Managers – A Conversation with Elizabeth Harrin

Elizabeth Harrin shares insights on how social media can support and supplement existing project management techniques. There’s a change happening in project management: social media tools are finding their way from branding and marketing to talent management and to the hub of companies and project teams. Elizabeth Harrin says that Project management methodologies are being…

How IT Can Deliver New Business Value Every 12 Weeks – Adobe Systems Case Study

Paulette Scheffer, Senior Director of IT Infrastructure & Service Management at Adobe Systems, on how her team Delivers new business value 12-week sprints. I am joined today by Paulette Scheffer, Senior Director of IT Infrastructure & Service Management, to talk about how her team at Adobe Systems delivers business value in 12-week sprints. Paula shares…

The LOE Index: Measuring The Individual Response To Organizational Change

Dr. Victoria Grady shares insights about the Organizational Loss of Effectiveness Index: a quantitative Tool for measuring individual response to organizational change. I am joined today by Dr. Victoria Grady to talk about her Organizational Loss of Effectiveness Index, a quantitative Tool for measuring the individual response to organizational change. The LOE Index is used…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: The Emotional Brain

We like to think that our decisions are based on logic and rational thinking but my guest today says that “everything we do is rooted in emotion”. Latest Neuroscience research is showing that our emotional brain plays a very important role in determining our thoughts and behaviors. It is also important that we understand how…

Successful Change – How to implement change through people

Leading major change initiatives means facing key challenges that range from securing senior management buy-in and sponsorship for change right through to overcoming resistance from the people on the frontline who are impacted most heavily by the change. In his book Successful Change, David shares his insights from the experiences that he and his colleagues…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: the Neuroscience of Effective Change Management

Change is pain. Responses to change can range from frustration, anxiety, to fear and anywhere in between. Understanding how the brain responds to change and how to create the right conditions for a more productive response to change enables us to be more effective as project managers and change leaders. Continuing this series on leading…

How to handle stubborn resistance to change

A conversation with Cindy Margules, a Director of Project Management Office, on how to handle stubborn resistance to change.  Cindy Margules, Director of the Project Management Office at Convio, Inc, shares with us insights on how to overcome the challenges of leading change. Cindy discusses:   The key components in change management and how attitudes…

Building camaraderie and accountability in your project meetings

Dana Brownlee shares facilitation techniques and best practices to build a sense of camaraderie and accountability in our project meetings. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss hearing Dana speak at the Telesummit. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dana Brownlee, President and founder of Professionalism…

Tangible Tips for Handling the Endless Stress in Project Management

Dr. Steve Flannes shares his insights on the five stress management techniques that have proven successful with project managers. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dr. Steve Flannes about his tangible tips for handling the endless stress in Project Management. Dr. Flannes describes why Project management is inherently stressful due to matrix…

A conversation with Dr. Harold Kerzner

Dr. Harold Kerzner shares his insights from his four presentations at Pink Elephant’s 15th Annual International IT Management Conference & Exhibition. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to join fifteen of today’s dynamic and engaging thought leaders in Project Management. Today, I have the pleasure to…