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  • PM Network interviews Jim Lim Shien Min, PMP, global director, group chief transformation office, Huawei Technologies, Singapore.
  • Global organizations, take note: The world's most competitive economies all thrive in four categories, according to Swiss business school IMD
  • Professional Development Day 2017 Each year the PMI Rochester Chapter brings together our ROC solid Project Managers together with talented speakers to UP their game at Professional Development Day.
  • While gaming still dominates the emerging tech space, a new wave of VR apps is conjuring up immersive and interactive scenarios for students: treating patients in hospital rooms, visiting historical sites and sitting in cafes with foreign language speakers. VR apps focused on education and training are poised for rapid growth: They're likely to comprise a US$2.2 billion market by 2023, according to a November 2017 MindCommerce report.
  • 2017 Professional Development Day (PDD) The PMI-Sun City/El Paso first annual Professional Development Day (PDD), is a two-day event with training Seminars on Thursday, June 08, and the PDD with 8 Keynote speakers on Friday, June 09, 2017. 2017 Professional Development Day (PDD) The PMI-Sun City/El Paso first annual Professional Development Day (PDD), is a two-day event with training Seminars on Thursday, June 08, and the PDD with 8 Keynote speakers on Friday, June 09, 2017.
  • This article overviews the programs scheduled for the PMI Global Congress 2007--EMEA (Budapest, Hungary, 14 through 16 May 2007), an event featuring nearly 50 presentations by a group of speakers from 18 countries. In doing so, it describes the content of the kick-off presentation, a program featuring business forecaster and author Richard Scase discussing how the iPod generation is changing the world of business. PMI's Global Congresses have evolved into significant international events that provide project professionals with programs that explore key issues in the practice and research of contemporary project management. This article overviews the programs scheduled for the PMI Global Congress 2007--EMEA (Budapest, Hungary, 14 through 16 May 2007), an event featuring nearly 50 presentations by a group of speakers from 18 countries.
  • Project team leaders need to understand how to communicate effectively with ESL-speakers in order to maximize those speakers' contributions to the project effort. Among the characteristics that quality team leaders possess are patience, the ability to listen, a careful enunciation and articulation of English, the ability to process complex concepts, and integrity. This article offers a number of strategies for improving team communication such as clearly defining project roles and responsibilities, encouraging input from ESL-speakers, and promoting ESL classes.
  • But often hindering one's development of this skill is the common fear of speaking in public. This paper examines tools and techniques--used by professional speakers--that can help an individual overcome a fear of speaking in public. In doing so, it notes why project managers need to develop presentation skills and lists the seven most common human fears. It outlines three techniques that can help project managers deliver effective presentations and identifies the key questions shaping each technique. It then details tools and tips for delivering presentations that engage audiences.
  • Among the featured events: a working session of PMI's Standards Committee, a Global Project Management forum, and a multitude of special interest meetings and seminars. Featured keynote speakers included James Taylor, Ph.D., a futurist and trend expert; Sylvia Earle, Ph.D., an expert at pursuing projects in the depths of the oceans; and Janet Lapp, Ph.D., author of Plant Your Feet Firmly in Mid-Air. ., author of Plant Your Feet Firmly in Mid-Air. Includes brief previews of scheduled seminars, workshops, speakers, and new products to be exhibited in the nearly 100 booths.
  • This article previews this Global Congress's planned activities planned. In doing so, it summarizes the ideas that the three keynote speakers were expected to explore, speakers that included Lester Thurow (professor of management and economics, Sloane School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Mike Mullane (United States astronaut), and Neal Whitten (author, journalist, and president of The Neal Whitten Group).
 
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