Learning to DANCE on the Edge of Complexity
Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. EDT | 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. BST
Projects are no longer linear. In fact, unstructured project work is on the rise for 70% of organizations.1 Project leaders need to learn how to adapt in an age of disruption and to DANCE on the edge of complexity.
DANCE = Dynamic | Ambiguous | Non-linear | Complex | Emergent
Join Jack Duggal and Jonathan Gilbert as they discuss the new perspectives and skills needed to build and transform your next generation project management and PMO capabilities today.
What will you learn?
the DANCE (Dynamic, Ambiguous, Non-linear, Complex, and Emergent) nature of projects and identify ways to think differently
the differences between traditional versus next generation project management approaches
how you can utilize a problem-solving mindset to hone your new skills for complex, changing project conditions
1 Forrester (2018): “Deliver On Top Business Objectives With Collaborative Work Management”
Jack is a sought after international keynote speaker, top-rated facilitator and transformational leader. His passion is to provide new perspectives in how to manage and deal with the DANCE nature of business and organizations in today’s turbulent world, and inspire people and organizations to realize their potential and make a difference, through transformational strategy execution. He is the author of a new ground-breaking book, The DNA of Strategy Execution: Next Generation Project Management and PMO.
Jonathan is Vice President, Product Management for Strategy Execution, and leads the development of the Adaptive Strategic Executive Program in partnership with Duke Corporate Education. Jonathan brings over 40 years of experience as an entrepreneur, educator, chief executive officer, construction manager, management consultant, project manager, and engineer. He is an expert in the areas of strategy, leadership, organization design and behavior, and project and program management.
* After webinar completion, the contact hour from this webinar will be eligible for submission to PMI for 1 PDU credit. Participants can find the activity by searching for MKG002 1 or 10381PS46H. Participants may submit the PDU claim through their MyPMI portal, just as they would with any other continuing education activity.