Belle année 2022 à toutes et tous qui suivez le blog DantotsuPM et êtes comme moi passionné.e.s par le management de projets, l’agilité, le leadership, le management de portefeuilles de projets, les PMOs…
Voici ma sélection de rendez-vous en Janvier pour améliorer vos compétences et découvrir des nouveautés.
Mercredi 5 – Agile Alliance – Game On – Applied Learning with Agile Games
Come learn and share Agile games and exercises that can help to create Aha! moments for yourself, your teams, and those that lead them. We’ll bring our favorites, and encourage you to bring games to share too–this is a great space to experiment with games in development with a friendly audience! We may even create something new together to unlock practice, process, and mindset.
Jeudi 6 – Scrum . Org – Establishing a « Common Language » on a Scrum Team
Words matter, especially when working in any team setting. Words that are spoken or written by one person can have different meanings when read or heard by another. Scrum Teams have multiple members, which means the interpretation of words used in the team setting increases with each member. The chances of misinterpretation also increases. Shared understanding among members is needed to reduce complexity and provide greater clarity. So the need for a « common language » becomes critical to produce value every Sprint.
Create your own playbook to help your teams and organization develop their « common language ». In this Scrum Pulse webinar, Professional Scrum Trainer John Riley will demonstrate some theory and components behind a « common language ». Words and phrases become less about jargon and more about shared understanding. You will also see some techniques to use in developing a team’s common language, and how this language helps a team create artifacts. Some of these artifacts include Product Goals, team agreements, and Product Backlog Items.
Mardi 11 – Bordeaux – PMI France – [Présentiel] Ne ratez pas le management financier de votre projet !
Mardi 11 – Lausanne et Wébinaire – SMP – 1+1+1 = 111 ou 1.11 ? Potentiel et pièges de l’intelligence collective
Qu’est-ce que l’intelligence collective, quels sont ses avantages et ses limites pour le monde de la gestion de projet ? Quand faut-il l’engager et quand ne pas le faire ? Quels sont les biais qui peuvent empêcher la coopération ou pire, conduire à la bêtise collective ? Et quels sont les outils et techniques concrets pour éviter ces pièges et cultiver et stimuler l’intelligence collective dans vos projets ?
Commencez la nouvelle année avec une soirée engageante sur la création de sens et d’action collective menée par le cabinet de conseil Julhiet Sterwen Switzerland.
Mardi 11 – PMI UK – Project Data Analytics Starter Kit: Getting to Grips with Data in 2022.
Change is coming, get ready for it. James Smith Ph.D. will be walking you through all the components of project data analytics, through the lens of a project delivery professional.
Mercredi 12 – PMI Communauté francophone – « Transition énergétique, le futur va-t-il carburer à l’hydrogène ? » #2
Dans ce second épisode, nous découvrirons les applications de l’hydrogène. Nous répondrons aux questions suivantes : Quels sont les cas d’usages ? Quels sont les développements de l’hydrogène en France, en Europe et à plus grande échelle dans le monde ?
Le monde industriel est en pleine évolution. Les domaines des transports tels que la mobilité routière et ferroviaire en passant par l’aéronautique, le fluvial et le maritime sont en pleine transition.
Vous découvrirez les applications actuelles et futures de l’hydrogène lors de ce webinaire.
Mercredi 12 – PMI UK – Project Data Analytics: Why Should the Construction Industry Up-skill a ‘Low-Skill’ Workforce?
Martin Paver is the CEO of Projecting Success and Founder of the Project Data Analytics Community. From being a young engineer through to leading a $bn infrastructure project he has always been frustrated with how difficult it is to leverage experience from previous projects. He now has the opportunity to do something about it and it is a wonderful challenge.
His quest is to work with organisations to help bring new thinking to how they leverage value from investments in delivered projects, avoid the same costly mistakes of the past and exploit good practice. He applies the latest data analytics thinking and combines this with practical experience in bids, project delivery and knowledge management.
Jeudi 13 – PMI UK – Personal Branding for Service Professionals
What will be covered in this session:
- The importance of defining your professional identity, your body of work and your North Star
- Why visibility of your work matters and how it can propel you forward and connect you with opportunities
- Practical steps towards developing your professional brand (with a focus on LinkedIn)
Lundi 17 – Wellingtone – What Change Management Is…Not
During this 18-minute webinar, you will be awakened with a new perspective on Change Management. Instead of focusing on what it is, you will explore what Change Management is not, in order to begin to understand the not often talked about nuances of this discipline.
Extracted from the Wellingtone APM Accredited Change Management Practitioner course, you will get an insight into some of the key themes, messages, and exercises that our delegates go through to become confident with their Change Management responsibilities.
Mercredi 19-Vendredi 21 Janvier – PMI France – Project Management Professional Days 2022
Mercredi 19 – PMI – Creating the Future of Work Together
Are you ready to take action and create the future of your organization, leveraging the PMO function to rapidly react to changes in the marketplace, drive digital business transformation efforts, and utilize emerging technology to improve our quality of life? Sara Nunez discusses organizational project management, digital transformation, and creating the future of work together.
Jeudi 20 – Wellingtone – Increase PPM Maturity in Your Organisation With P3M3
Amy Lewis will give an overview of the Axelos P3M3 maturity model and share some of the real-life benefits that organisations can achieve using the P3M3 model. Amy will also share some hints and tips to making a step-change in your organisation’s maturity.
Jeudi 20 – Scrum . Org – 7 Steps To Reclaim Your Scrum Master Super Power
Over the years, we have trained, mentored and coached hundreds of Scrum Masters. As we reflect on our experience, one truth seems to stand out – many Scrum Masters we meet are driven by a purpose.
Being a Scrum Master is not just a job for them. It is a calling to help others. It is a calling to live by principles and values higher than the principle of survival. The Scrum Master is accountable for the Scrum Team’s effectiveness and they are most fulfilled when they are truly honoring their calling.
Unfortunately, in some organizations that claim to adopt Scrum, a Scrum Master is not always fully respected and they are only responsible for scheduling meetings, typing up notes, and being a management enforcer to deliver on-time, on-budget and ever-increasing scope projects. Being trapped in such roles can really affect the morale of purpose-driven Scrum Masters and they are unable to really utilize their super power of supporting the Scrum Team. But what can Scrum Masters do to avoid this pattern? If you are interested in the answers to this question, please join us in this webinar.
Jeudi 20 – PMI – The Agile Enterprise: COVID & Lessons Learned
COVID – the word that has impacted our lives at a planetary level over the past couple of years. The changes introduced by the pandemic impacted organizations as a whole and, of course, the way we deliver projects. This webinar is a practitioner’s reflections on how COVID accelerated (real) agility, not only by forcing people to think outside of the box but to learn how to adapt to a new ‘normal’; work and collaborate remotely; and use technology to support change rather than driving it. From an Agile perspective, COVID forced agility beyond small ‘projects’ delivered by a team of software developers. COVID also uncovered some shortcomings of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development version of Agile.
Mardi 25 – APMG – How to improve performance with behavioural science
Employee behaviors can be a determining factor in the success or failure of key business initiatives, whether it be a project, a major change program or the implementation of a new strategy.
Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) is a scientifically proven, evidence-based approach to optimizing organizational performance. Increasingly recognized as “The Science of Success”, OBM is based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), combining a 7-step protocol with hard data to positively change behaviors.
Mercredi 26 – PMI – Sustainability – The Value Proposition for Project Managers
The subject of sustainability has received a lot of attention in recent times. It is slowly moving from understanding it as a global phenomenon to action what we can, as professionals in business and industry, do in the larger interest of preparing for the future. For Project Managers this is a unique opportunity to contribute beyond the immediate objectives outlined for their projects.
Jeudi 27 – Wellingtone – Resource Planning & Time Tracking in Microsoft 365
Join this 18 Minute Short, to discover how you can effectively plan resources across projects or against BAU activities through Team Planner, and simplify time registration through Time for Teams in Power PPM.
Jeudi 27 – PMI UK – Strategic Planning, Digitally.
Come to this participative webinar to learn about an innovative and pragmatic strategy-making process that embraces digital. This isn’t about building digital into your business strategy – this is about using digital to build your strategy, as well as leveraging the latest in strategic thinking and collaborative decision-making.