Category Archives: Mindset

Insights from Gartner 2011 PPM and IT Governance Summit – A Conversation with Donna Fitzgerald

Donna Fitzgerald, Research VP with Gartner, shares insights from the Gartner 2011 PPM and IT Governance Summit.  I had the great pleasure to talk to one the thought leaders that I count on for advice on Program and Portfolio Management. Donna Fitzgerald, Research VP with Gartner, shares with us insights from her four presentations at…

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…

Leadership Lenses by Omar Khan

Omar Khan, founder and senior partner of Sensei International, on how to help create the Karma we wish to experience and the difference between being judged based on actions vs. potential and impact vs. intent. The following is a reprint of two pieces by Omar Khan, a leadership thought-leader that I look up to, admire, and…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. David Rock

Dr. David Rock on the neuroscience of leadership and the SCARF Model: a brain-based framework for increasing effectiveness in collaborating with and influencing others. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com I have been following the work of Dr. David Rock for quite some time now. For many years, he has been exploring the field of neuroscience…

Putting Brakes on a Rocket: Managing Velocity, Reward, and Risk at Intel

Russ Martinelli, Senior Program Manager at Intel, on what it takes to manage a high-velocity program at Intel Corporation and what it takes to survive when one crashes. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com Russ Martinelli, a senior program manager at Intel, shares with us what it takes to manage a high-velocity program at Intel Corporation…

What CIOs want from their Project Managers

Dr. Lewis Temares, CIO Emeritus at the University of Miami, shares key people management best Practices from his award winning IT organization at the University of Miami. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to hear fifteen of today’s leading and emerging voices in Project Management. Dr….

A methodology for rescuing troubled projects

Brian Munroe, founder and CEO of MTI Learning, shares a methodology for effectively and efficiently planning and executing the entire project rescue process.   Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Brian and fifteen of today’s leading and emerging voices in Project Management. Brian Munroe,…

Never work weekends again: The keys to a sustainable work pace

A conversation with Rich Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations, on how agile methods enable his team to build a sustainable and humane work pace while still meeting the needs of his business. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss hearing Rich speak at the Telesummit. Software development projects are…

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…

Join me at the Project Management Telesummit

I am excited to be bringing you the first edition of the Project Management Telesummit on March 8-10, 2011. When budgets get tight, training and professional development are usually the first things out the door. Taking charge of your own training and professional development and investing in your future is the best way to create…

Category Archives: Mindset

Insights from Gartner 2011 PPM and IT Governance Summit – A Conversation with Donna Fitzgerald

Donna Fitzgerald, Research VP with Gartner, shares insights from the Gartner 2011 PPM and IT Governance Summit.  I had the great pleasure to talk to one the thought leaders that I count on for advice on Program and Portfolio Management. Donna Fitzgerald, Research VP with Gartner, shares with us insights from her four presentations at…

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…

Leadership Lenses by Omar Khan

Omar Khan, founder and senior partner of Sensei International, on how to help create the Karma we wish to experience and the difference between being judged based on actions vs. potential and impact vs. intent. The following is a reprint of two pieces by Omar Khan, a leadership thought-leader that I look up to, admire, and…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. David Rock

Dr. David Rock on the neuroscience of leadership and the SCARF Model: a brain-based framework for increasing effectiveness in collaborating with and influencing others. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com I have been following the work of Dr. David Rock for quite some time now. For many years, he has been exploring the field of neuroscience…

Putting Brakes on a Rocket: Managing Velocity, Reward, and Risk at Intel

Russ Martinelli, Senior Program Manager at Intel, on what it takes to manage a high-velocity program at Intel Corporation and what it takes to survive when one crashes. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com Russ Martinelli, a senior program manager at Intel, shares with us what it takes to manage a high-velocity program at Intel Corporation…

What CIOs want from their Project Managers

Dr. Lewis Temares, CIO Emeritus at the University of Miami, shares key people management best Practices from his award winning IT organization at the University of Miami. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to hear fifteen of today’s leading and emerging voices in Project Management. Dr….

A methodology for rescuing troubled projects

Brian Munroe, founder and CEO of MTI Learning, shares a methodology for effectively and efficiently planning and executing the entire project rescue process.   Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Brian and fifteen of today’s leading and emerging voices in Project Management. Brian Munroe,…

Never work weekends again: The keys to a sustainable work pace

A conversation with Rich Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations, on how agile methods enable his team to build a sustainable and humane work pace while still meeting the needs of his business. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss hearing Rich speak at the Telesummit. Software development projects are…

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…

Join me at the Project Management Telesummit

I am excited to be bringing you the first edition of the Project Management Telesummit on March 8-10, 2011. When budgets get tight, training and professional development are usually the first things out the door. Taking charge of your own training and professional development and investing in your future is the best way to create…

Category Archives: Mindset

Insights from Gartner 2011 PPM and IT Governance Summit – A Conversation with Donna Fitzgerald

Donna Fitzgerald, Research VP with Gartner, shares insights from the Gartner 2011 PPM and IT Governance Summit.  I had the great pleasure to talk to one the thought leaders that I count on for advice on Program and Portfolio Management. Donna Fitzgerald, Research VP with Gartner, shares with us insights from her four presentations at…

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…

Leadership Lenses by Omar Khan

Omar Khan, founder and senior partner of Sensei International, on how to help create the Karma we wish to experience and the difference between being judged based on actions vs. potential and impact vs. intent. The following is a reprint of two pieces by Omar Khan, a leadership thought-leader that I look up to, admire, and…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. David Rock

Dr. David Rock on the neuroscience of leadership and the SCARF Model: a brain-based framework for increasing effectiveness in collaborating with and influencing others. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com I have been following the work of Dr. David Rock for quite some time now. For many years, he has been exploring the field of neuroscience…

Putting Brakes on a Rocket: Managing Velocity, Reward, and Risk at Intel

Russ Martinelli, Senior Program Manager at Intel, on what it takes to manage a high-velocity program at Intel Corporation and what it takes to survive when one crashes. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com Russ Martinelli, a senior program manager at Intel, shares with us what it takes to manage a high-velocity program at Intel Corporation…

What CIOs want from their Project Managers

Dr. Lewis Temares, CIO Emeritus at the University of Miami, shares key people management best Practices from his award winning IT organization at the University of Miami. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to hear fifteen of today’s leading and emerging voices in Project Management. Dr….

A methodology for rescuing troubled projects

Brian Munroe, founder and CEO of MTI Learning, shares a methodology for effectively and efficiently planning and executing the entire project rescue process.   Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Brian and fifteen of today’s leading and emerging voices in Project Management. Brian Munroe,…

Never work weekends again: The keys to a sustainable work pace

A conversation with Rich Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations, on how agile methods enable his team to build a sustainable and humane work pace while still meeting the needs of his business. Brought to you by: Project Management Telesummit: March 8-10, 2011 – Don’t miss hearing Rich speak at the Telesummit. Software development projects are…

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…

Join me at the Project Management Telesummit

I am excited to be bringing you the first edition of the Project Management Telesummit on March 8-10, 2011. When budgets get tight, training and professional development are usually the first things out the door. Taking charge of your own training and professional development and investing in your future is the best way to create…