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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 watch archived recordings. They’re only an hour long so how could you pass up watching one or all of them?
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May 13, 2014 @12pm MST | Facilitated by Dan Treadwell
Some things are so obvious we don’t do them. Creating a Project Charter (or, to use another term, a high-level project plan) is essential to effective project management. Learn why this is true and how you can use your Charters to build support for your project.
June 17, 2014 @12pm MST | Facilitated by Ben Snyder
We all have more work assigned to us than we can ever dream of finishing. If you often find yourself in the position of having the person you report to either not determining the prioritization, not clearly communicating the prioritization, or prioritizing all your work the same (high) we have an approach for you. There are things you can do and things that you should never do. Things that will keep you out of trouble and things that will promote your strengths.
July 2014 | Facilitated by Tawnya Sawyer
In 2010 and the years that followed a fun, somewhat silly and very revealing group design exercise called “the marshmallow challenge” helped highlight some important insights into team dynamics, prototyping, group performance, skills development, and how incentives shape the outcome of a task. This webinar will cover the highlights of the marshmallow challenge and help you implement some of the fundamental concepts to achieve better design outcomes.
August 2014 | 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.