PMP: Change – The Purpose for Projects

Instructor Steven Fullmer

Recent global project management discussions center on terminology like resilience, emotional intelligence, change quotients, the J-curve, the limbic system, the fight-or-flight response, and motivational leadership. We want to understand what makes us tick, or perhaps more importantly what makes our stakeholders (sponsors, customers, and team-members) tick. Change is challenging, controversial, rewarding, and poorly understood. Earning your credential won’t make you a great project manager, mentor, coach, or visionary. You need to understand why and how to lead change. Attendees will learn: Frameworks for understanding change. Research and theories associated with resistance to change (and the barriers to successful project management that they create). Systems and tools that will enhance your ability to guide positive change. Attendees will earn 1 PDU. Here are Steve Fullmer’s presentation files.

Here is a step-by-step process for recording your PDU. Reporting your PDUs Please note; you will need to change the title of the webinar to: PMP: Change – The Purpose for Projects With the webinar date of Nov 4, 2014

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Steven Fullmer

Steven M. Fullmer, PMP, MBA, MCT/CTT+, CDP Steven has a global reputation as a project manager, chief technology officer, and computer systems innovator. He has authored more than 100 articles and a dozen courses in the fields of project management, productivity, business analysis, and computer technology. He has more than thirty years of professional design and project management experience in finance and high technology firms. He is founder and president of Blue Sphere Solutions, a technology project consultancy as well as a staff instructor for Interface Technical Training.


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