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Getting to Resilience and Robustness in Noisy Projects

March 17, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CET


Combating Turbulence and Uncertainty with Adaptive and Informed Project Leadership

Transitioning from Survivor to Navigator
Today’s project leaders and teams are facing increasing challenges with more frequent disruptions and turbulences that have the potential to derail projects, leading to higher chances of failure.
How can teams get better prepared for uncertainty in today’s rapidly changing and complex environments?

With traditional methods, projects are generally insufficiently protected and are struggling to bounce back from disruption and turbulence, leaving them often in chaos and firefights. But instead of fighting against the largely unknown and applying a strategy of hope, fear, or even ignorance, project teams need to adopt new behaviors that unlock previously hidden capabilities that acknowledge the new normal of information overflow, rapid change, and frequent disruptions in today’s business environments.

Today’s reality demands project leaders and teams to be more informed and adaptive by becoming information-savvy, unlocking hidden information, and enabling new capabilities, to enhance project management knowledge and intelligence.

This calls for a new project leadership style that drives and guides teams to high performance, resilience, and robustness.

Informed Project Leadership in a Data-Driven World
In this FREE webinar, we will look at the most critical aspects and values of adaptive and informed project leadership, to drive required new behaviors and a transparent project culture for improved project resilience and robustness, and eventually an evidence-based and high-performing project management practice.




March 17, 2022
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CET
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Virtual Event