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13 June 2018 | 8:38 Sandra Misic
2. IPMA conference on Diversity in Project Management

rom 7th June to 9th June, Croatia had a great privilege of hosting the 2nd IPMA Diversity in Project Management Conference and welcoming some of the most prominent and the best project managers from around the world. The Conference was held in Brijuni Island (Croatia) and it was organized by the Croatian Association for Project […]

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23 May 2018 | 6:27 Sandra Misic
Interview with Reinhard Wagner: People Outweighs Methods and Tools

Journalist: Yu Yanjuan(Spring), Source: PMR Journalist’s Words:  For more than three decades, he has been dancing with projects and walking in pace with management. Having participated in the development of project, programme and portfolio management standards, he always stands in the frontier of project management and follows the footsteps of change. His footprints spread across […]

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14 May 2018 | 7:23 Sandra Misic
International Workshop in Ankara: New perspective in Project Management

Written by Sandra Mišić and Amin Saidoun On 9th of May 2018 Turkish Project Management Association in collaboration with IPMA and Gazi University organized an international workshop. The topic with the title: “New perspective in Project Management” attracted over 150 attendees from private but mainly academic sector. Both national and international speakers were invited to […]

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19 February 2018 | 8:08 Sandra Misic
2nd Diversity in Project Management conference in Croatia

Since the mid 1960’s, IPMA is one of the leading worldwide congress organizer on project, programme and portfolio management, bringing together business professionals, practitioners, managers and representatives of companies, leading scientists, educators, professors, and students, representatives of various sectors and occupations, NGO’s and the media. Now for the 2nd time IPMA organizes in cooperation with […]

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18 December 2017 | 8:30 Sandra Misic
Diversity in negotiation

Negotiation is the process between two or more parties that aims to balance different interests, needs and expectations in order to reach a common agreement and commitment while maintaining a positive working relationship (IPMA ICB4, 2015). Diversity in negotiation occurs in types of negotiation, skills and tactics – where culture is main factor that makes […]

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06 December 2017 | 8:14 Sandra Misic
Diversity in team members – part 1

Team diversity refers to the differences between individual members of a team that can exist on various dimensions like age, nationality, religious background, functional background or task skills, sexual orientation, and political preferences, among others.[1] Different types of diversity include demographic, personality and functional diversity (see Team composition), and can have positive as well as […]

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10 November 2017 | 8:29 Sandra Misic
4 Fallacies of Typical Project Management Thinking – Part 4 – The Customer is Always Right

Written by Ryan Downing This series concludes with a final project management scenario that I feel conventional wisdom needs to be re-examined as it does not always produce a successful outcome in the project. #4 – The Customer is Always Right Ever since 1909 when Harry Gordon Selfridge, the founder of Selfridge’s department store in London, […]

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03 November 2017 | 9:08 Sandra Misic
4 Fallacies of Typical Project Management Thinking (Part 3)

Written by Ryan Downing Part 3 – Providing a Very Detailed Schedule As this series continues, we will explore another area of managing projects that many deem to be an essential element.  However, my purpose for writing this is to make project managers aware that they do not always have to manage their projects in […]

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27 October 2017 | 6:43 Sandra Misic
4 Fallacies of Typical Project Management Thinking (Part 2)

Written by Ryan Downing Part 2 – Setting a Go Live Date. You can read previous articles in this series here. In this series, my goal is to bring to light several common project management practices that I feel are forced on projects because they are assumed to be best practice.  However, there are plenty […]

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20 October 2017 | 7:14 Sandra Misic
4 Fallacies of Typical Project Management Thinking (Part 1)

Written by Ryan Downing Part 1 – The Weekly Status Meeting I have spent over a decade managing projects and studying different philosophies on what the best practices for this are.  During this time, I have managed many successful projects, several unsuccessful ones and obtained the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Scrum Master (CSM) certifications. […]

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