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C’est comme faire de la bicyclette…

17 Nov

Like riding a bike

http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2017/04/like-riding-a-bike.html par Seth Godin

Les gens parlent de faire de la bicyclette quand ils veulent nous rappeler que certaines choses, une fois apprises, ne s’oublient pas.

Ce qu’ils ne mentionnent pas est comment nous avons appris. Personne n’apprend à faire du vélo dans un livre, ni même une vidéo.

Vous apprenez en le faisant.

En réalité, en ne le faisant pas. Vous apprenez en le faisant mal, en tombant, en remontant dessus, en le faisant à nouveau.

PS : Cette approche marche pour des tas de choses, pas seulement le vélo. La plupart des choses, en fait.

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9 October – Webinar #PMI® – Cyber Security and Project Management

3 Oct

Same Processes, Same Result?

Cyber criminalitéCyber Security and Project Management have often times been treated as two separate processes, but there are more similarities than differences to these processes.

This webinar will show how Cyber Security Analysts and Project Managers use the same thought process to get the same results.

These types of processes can pertain to projects, especially IT projects that seem to crop up more often than not.

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25 Septembre – Grenoble #PMI® – Darknet, la face obscure du Net

4 Sep

Le grand public a découvert le DARKNET à travers des Unes sensationnelles :

Supermarchés de la drogue, offres de services de pirates et de tueurs à gages, ou via les multiples déclarations des politiques pour lesquels il ne serait qu’un outil au service du terrorisme.

  • Qu’en est- il réellement ?
  • Qu’est-ce que le Darknet ?
  • Comment fonctionne-t-il et comment y accède-t-on ?
  • Qui en sont les utilisateurs et à quelles fins l’utilisent-ils ?

Au-delà de la quête de sensations ou de l’éternelle recherche du bouc émissaire,on montera que le Darknet est un ensemble diversifié, à la fois sombre et lumineux, où se croisent truands et pirates, mais aussi journalistes, activistes et dissidents.

Des marchés noirs aux « interrupteurs pour échapper au contrôle » chers à Gilles Deleuze, on verra que le Darknet est une réalité complexe et mouvante, qui témoigne de l’intimité du lien entre les évolutions techniques et les dynamiques sociales et répond à certaines des problématiques sociales essentielles que pose le développement de l’Internet contemporain.

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Jean-Philippe Rennard est Professeur à Grenoble Ecole de Management. Économiste de formation, il a dirigé une entreprise industrielle avant de revenir à la vie académique à Grenoble Ecole de Management où ses travaux actuels portent sur les impacts sociaux et économiques des technologies de l’information émergentes.

Son ouvrage « Darknet, Mythes et Réalités » décrit les technologies fondamentales comme les réseaux pair-à-pair, le chiffrage à clé publique ou les mixnets et détaille l’usage et le fonctionnement des grands environnements anonymes tels Tor, Freenet, ou Telegram…

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10 August – Webinar #PMI® – Acknowledge It to Manage It: Discover 4 Steps to Recovery

20 Juil

When initiating a high profile project there is a very good chance that you will start on the back foot, already one week behind a schedule that still needs to be agreed.

Or you may find yourself in a crisis that needs to be resolved at all cost. Either way there are some very specific things that you, as the project manager, should and should not do in your attempts to recover. We use a very simple analogy to illustrate why you would not want to reach for the low hanging fruit immediately.

why you would not want to reach for the low hanging fruit immediately…

During this webinar we will relate the analogy to real-world scenarios and illustrate how the simple concept of Acknowledge It to Manage It can be applied to recover from pending disasters, making it easy for the attendee to relate and apply in their own environment.

The attendee will also learn how to apply 4 simple steps to better manage the risk associated with issues to prevent them from escalating beyond control.

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9 August – Webinar – Burning Bridges #PMI® – Costly Mistakes Arising from Unnecessary Errors

19 Juil

Lessons learned from real life situations to share tips on how professionals can guard against unnecessary mistakes

Professionals working in the field of project management are often exposed to stressful situations and frustrations caused by a wide variety of challenges ranging from unrealistic expectations, stakeholder resistance, or constantly changing priorities. The reactions to these challenges depends greatly on the individual, their experience, and capabilities. One thing that is certain is professionals could employ different techniques in dealing with organizational or team stressors, some positive, and others negative.

Burning bridges results in irreparable damage to relationships and often in hind sight may not be necessary.

Unfortunately, even the most seasoned professionals are sometimes susceptible to committing a major mistake or taking an action that could ultimately be detrimental to the organization. Given that all projects are about relationships, one of the most common causes of mistakes is due to misalignment of relationships. As project, program, and portfolio managers react to these misalignments either fix them or to deal with frustration, there is a major risk that the action could ultimately result in burning bridges in terms of relationships with stakeholders, sponsors, customers, or organization. Burning bridges results in irreparable damage to relationships and often in hind sight may not be necessary.

This webinar lead by Philip Diab explores the concept of burning bridges through a series of scenarios based on fictionalized accounts and stories. The session will draw upon lessons learned from real life situations to share tips on how professionals can guard against unnecessary mistakes leading to burned bridges. We will also discuss potential techniques and actions to be used in avoiding some common mistakes.

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Quels sont les 5 risques majeurs dans les projets ? sujet développé dans le PM Network July 2017 du #PMI®

7 Juil

Quels risques vont tenir les responsables de projet éveillés toute la nuit cette année ?

https://www.pmi.org/learning/publications/pm-network

crise financière#1 Soucis Économiques

72% de cadres positionnent les conditions économiques internationales et domestiques comme un risque significatif, en faisant le souci principal en 2017.

#2 Changements des Régulateurs

66% de cadres ont évalués les changements dans les régulations comme ayant un impact significatif sur leurs organisations. Pour les projets à long terme qui doivent respecter des règlementations spécifiques, ces changements peuvent directement impacter les coûts et la viabilité de leurs projets.

#3 Cyber sécurité

Les soucis de cyberattaques sont parmi les cinq premiers risques pour les tailles de toutes sociétés consultées. C’est particulièrement vrai pour les chefs de projets informatiques qui doivent équilibrer innovation et simplicité d’utilisation avec le besoin de protéger les données de brèches de sécurité.

#4 Rapidité d’innovation

Le rythme très rapide d’innovation est un souci grandissant : 2017 est la première année que ce risque se classe parmi les cinq premiers. C’est particulièrement exigeant pour les équipes de projet qui basent leur retour sur investissement sur être les premiers à commercialiser une nouvelle innovation.

#5 Protection de l’Identité

Une accélération des infractions de vol de données a mis la vie privée et le vol d’identité en cinquième plus haut risque pour la seconde année de suite.

Une étude de Protiviti and North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management

Pour un aperçu du contenu de la dernière édition de PM Network

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24 Juin – Luxembourg #PMI® – What is Project Assurance?

18 Juin

Traditional project management methodologies are sometimes showing their limits!

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In particular with regards to the delivery of high-change projects, organisations are more and more opting for Agile Project methodologies. However, not all projects and programs are suited to be managed in an agile way.

For such a projectsProject Assurance is certainly an option to be considered especially in case of high risks and high capital projects.

Being a project role in itself, Project Assurance aims at providing independent and objective oversight to third parties in order to increase the delivery confidence of a project or a program.

PMI Luxembourg Chapter is pleased to invite you to this event

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7 June – Webinar Scrum Pulse – Strategic Scrum & Agility as a choice

16 Mai

How to address 2 key risks of Scrum adoption: Tactical Scrum and Death by Mandate ?

Many organizations face two key risks in their adoption of Scrum:

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  • TACTICAL SCRUM: A tactical implementation of Scrum that focuses just on the rituals and mechanics disconnecting Scrum Teams from company strategy
  • DEATH BY MANDATE: Forced top-down implementation of Scrum as a Mandate, which often results in many un-intended consequences that impede Agility

Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma will break the conversation into two parts to managing risk.

  1. STRATEGIC SCRUM: An approach that helps helps CXO’s and Scrum Teams stay in-sync so that Company Strategy is connected to Company Execution.
  2. AGILITY AS A CHOICE: An approach that invites teams to try out Scrum using flexible options based on their level of hunger, strategic relevance and agile maturity.

What questions would you like to have answered in this session?

Shape the conversation by by tweeting @scrumdotorg with #scrumpulse

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31 May – Webinar #PMI® – Let’s Talk About REAL Project Risk Management

9 Mai

How to build an effective overall project and organizational risk management approach

Laszlo Retfalvi

In today’s environment with pressures for business value and growth, increased profit, and enhanced accountability, organizations must address the proper management of project risks in order to succeed.  In order to ensure this occurs, Project Managers and their staff must clearly understand industry risk management best practices, techniques, and critical success factors to achieve success.

Join Laszlo Retfalvi as he reviews proven critical success factors and understand how to incorporate these as part of an effective overall project and organizational risk management approach.

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Lazlo is the author of The Power of Project Management Leadership: Your Guide on How to Achieve Outstanding Results

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17 May – Webinar – Does BYOD mean Bring Your Own Device? Or should the D actually stand for Disaster?

28 Avr

BYOD: D for Device or D for Disaster?

The promise of greater productivity by allowing employees to access corporate systems and data using their own smartphone is huge. But so are the risks if proper controls are not put in place to manage employee owned IT assets with the same rigor as companies should manage the corporate owned IT assets.

Employee devices can easily be used to transport data to file sharing applications in the public Cloud, meaning that control of corporate data assets is gone.

Then there is the matter of compliance. Are employee owned devices in compliance with federal laws such as HIPAA or Dodd-Frank?

And what about overtime? If employees have the ability to extend their work day by using their own devices, does it open a company up to unauthorized overtime pay?

There are also IT security implications. For example, is the employee keeping their device up to date with the latest security patches?

And just because the employee paid for the device doesn’t mean there is no cost to the company. Software licenses on the server side most likely will be required and your service desk may have to support a wide variety of device types.

In this webinar, we will look at the impact of BYOD and how it affects your IT asset management program.

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