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Webinars

Looking for best practices, new ideas, or a little refresher?

Systemation’s free monthly webinars on project management, business analysis, and agile development are just what you are looking for. You can register for scheduled sessions, view a list of future webinars, and subscribe to our Webinar Education Series. They’re only an hour long so how could you pass up watching one or all of them?

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Holding People Accountable

August 15, 2014 @12pm MST | Facilitated by Ben Snyder
Project managers are at the mercy of others when it comes to producing a finished product, on time and within budget. They do not produce the product themselves. Project managers coordinate and integrate the work of others into something bigger, the end product. Getting their team members and suppliers to be accountable for their piece of the puzzle is paramount for success. This is easier said than done. The process of establishing and holding people accountable can be a source of tension, frustration, pointed words, and angst. As tough as it may be, there are steps that can be taken with project team members, suppliers, and management to maximize the opportunity for success.






How to “Push Back” When Management or the Sponsor is Making Unrealistic Demands

September 16, 2014 @12pm MST | Facilitated by Dan Treadwell
When management pushes us – cuts budgets, accelerates timelines, increases scope – we can feel powerless to challenge them. However, some demands are unrealistic and if we don’t push back, we’re not being effective business partners. Learn how to challenge management without damaging your relationships or reputation.








Future Webinars

Heuristic Evaluation: Improving User Interfaces Before the User Even Sees Them

October 2014 | Facilitated by Tawnya Sawyer
Heuristic evaluation has been around since the 1990′s and has shaped the user interfaces that we see and touch everyday. The process involves using a set of evaluation criteria to review software and assess its usability. The outcome of the evaluation is then provided to the development team to improve the product. While heuristic evaluation takes time, it can significantly save time and money, and a lot of suffering by creating more usable user interfaces.

Three Tools Most Project Managers Ignore…And When They Do, How it Creates Confusion, Unnecessary Stress, and Delays the Project

November 2014 | Facilitated by Dan Treadwell
Never cut corners. Learn how to save countless hours of confusion and unnecessary communication by always incorporating three core tools in your project plan.

 

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