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Leading Projects with Data – Webinar
May 11, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CESTFree
The required culture shift that unlocks the hidden value of data to boost project performance
In the era of big data and the ever-increasing flow of information, the use of analytics is now widespread across industries, with data analytics mainly used to help enterprises make better decisions. Project Managers are required to make critical project decisions on a daily basis but often do not have sufficient information available to confidently make decisions.
Data analytics and modern technology 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.
Becoming Data-Smart in a Data-Driven World
To take advantage of the previously untapped capabilities of Data Analytics for the project management practice, project professionals and decision-makers need to adopt certain behaviors and traits and become more data-aware, to enable more rational and informed decision-making in projects, based on both quantitative and qualitative information that is transformed into knowledge assets.
In this FREE webinar, we will look at the often unknown and harder-to-quantify keys to successfully enable the powerful capabilities of data for improved project outcomes.
Learn about a different perspective regarding a transition to data-driven project delivery practices and the often overlooked keys you’d need to successfully transform your project management practice and make a lasting impact.
This webinar is for you if:
- You want your project management practice to take advantage of data and analytics but don’t know where to start
- You would like to get a better understanding of how data and analytics can benefit project management
- You want to understand how to engage people and teams to ensure a successful transition to an evidence-based project management practice