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Enabling Evidence-Based Practices with Informed Project Leadership
April 6, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CESTFree
Today’s world is rapidly changing with often fast-changing messages, leading to high complexity and an increasing change frequency. Project leaders and teams are frequently suffering from high pressure and frequent disruption while often fast and informed decisions need to be taken. Project Managers are required to make complex project decisions on a daily basis but often do not have sufficient information available to confidently make a sound judgment.
As a result, project leaders and teams are facing significant challenges to get their projects delivered on time, on budget, and with the expected benefits. Consequently, more and more projects are failing while team morale is decreasing.
In today’s age of information overflow, project leaders need to adopt an approach to become truly informed to confidently make critical project decisions and ensure project success. Evidence-based practices using data analytics promise to significantly improve project management performance, using the power of data to generate new and otherwise hidden insights.
But just adding data and technology into the mix is insufficient and would do more harm than good.
Informed Project Leadership in a Data-Driven World
To take advantage of today’s capabilities of Data Analytics for the project management practice, project professionals and decision-makers need to adopt new behaviors and traits and a new evidence-driven mindset, to enable more rational and informed decision-making in projects, based on information and knowledge generated by people and teams.
In this FREE webinar, we will look at the most critical aspects of modern and informed project leadership, which takes into account today’s increasing complexity and uncertainty in business environments, and the need for a new transparent project culture to enable evidence-driven projects and improved project outcomes.