CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE DIRECCION DE PROYECTOS, LIDERAZGO & ESTRATEGIAS.
El Evento MAS IMPORTANTE dedicado a la GESTION DE PROYECTOS, tendrá lugar en la ciudad de Rosario el día 08 de Noviembre de 2017. Horario: 15:00 a 20:30 hs te esperamos en
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Un encuentro IMPERDIBLE donde encontrar COLEGAS y conocer las novedades de lo que está sucediendo en la profesión. Conferencistas internacionales y nacionales.
Este año, el Tour Cono Sur Buenos Aires desde la Comunidad Rosario busca evidenciar el valor de la Dirección Profesional de Proyectos en el marco de la innovación y la mejora continua, no olvidando su misión fundamental de contribuir con el desarrollo de las capacidades y conocimientos de todos los profesionales de nuestra comunidad, sean ellos principiantes o experimentados, con el siguiente tema: “Innovación, Sustentabilidad y Posicionamiento Estratégico para una Dirección de Proyectos Eficaz”, considerada esta temática clave para el desarrollo socio-económico de las naciones.
Valores de las entradas:
Precios hasta el 20/09
Asistentes Generales $400
Asistentes por Convenios Sponsors 1 $360
Asistentes por Convenios Sponsors 2 $320
Asistentes Estudiantes $250
Asistentes Miembros PMI $250
Precios desde el 21/09
Asistentes Generales $450
Asistentes por Convenios Sponsors 1 $405
Asistentes por Convenios Sponsors 2 $360
Asistentes Estudiantes $280
Asistentes Miembros PMI $280
JORNADAS ROSARINAS DE DIRECCION DE PROYECTOS 2016
PMI TOUR CONO SUR
DE LA IDEA AL NEGOCIO.. UN PROYECTO
Desarrolla tu habilidad como “emprendedor”, llevando una simple idea a un exitoso negocio.
La misma a la realidad a través de la mejor manera, Un proyecto bien gestionado.
Por: Iris Gastañaga (ARGENTINA)
Ingeniera en Sistemas de Información y Especialista en Docencia Universitaria
Certified Project Manager Professional (PMP) – Project Management Institute (PMI).
Líder del Comité Córdoba del PMI.
Miembro del Board Directivo del PMI Buenos Aires.
Directora del Posgrado de Gestión de Proyectos dictado en la UTN FRC y Profesora invitada en maestrías y congresos relacionados a gestión de Proyectos.
Presidente y CEO de KINETIC S.A, consultora especializada en Gerenciamiento de Proyectos e Ingeniería en Calidad y Procesos.
Se ha desempeñado como consultora en PMO y Project manager en numerosas instituciones públicas y privadas, tales como: EDASA Coca Cola, Arcor, Fiar, Renault, Comau, Banco de Córdoba, Proyectos del Banco Mundial, Lockheed Martin Aircraft Argentina, etc.
LA GESTION DE LOS PROYECTOS EN LAS ESTRATEGIAS DE LAS PYMES
Aprende a ser un mejor líder por medio del desarrollo del concepto de líder servicial. Incorpora conceptos de la gestión de proyectos para incrementar la productividad en tu empresa y mejora tu habilidad en resolución de conflictos y negociación de soluciones por medio de ejercicios y ejemplos prácticos.
Por: Agnieszka Gasperini (POLONIA)
Creación de una nueva cultura de Project managers profesionales en Siemens siendo el 1ero en pasar los exámenes PMP.
Ahorro significativo en los costos de la empresa al entrenar colegas en PM en lugar de utilizar recursos externos.
Generación sustancial de nuevos negocios, forjando numerosos nuevos clientes y referencias comerciales con algunos de los mas grandes operadores de comunicaciones de Alemania.
Mejoramiento de la performance de un departamento de 40 personas, desarrollando nuevos procesos logísticos.
Rol proactivo en la implementación de SAP e ISO.
ESTRATEGIAS PARA EL DESARROLLO DE COMPETENCIAS DEL TRIANGULO DEL TALENTO
Saber como definir el perfil que debe tener un profesional de dirección de proyectos es una virtud que te ayudará a conducir al éxito toda iniciativa y te lo explica en esta charla con la experiencia de mas de 8 años formando profesionales del medio.
Por: Victor Villar Diaz (PERU)
Ingeniero Industrial titulado en la Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería.
Egresado del Master en Administración de la Universidad del Pacifico.
Egresado del Programa PDD de la Universidad de PiuraAlumni del Master Class 2010 de PMI Leadership InstitutePMP vigente desde el 2003 CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) por APICS (American Production and Inventory Control Society)
MANEJO DE CONFLICTOS EN LOS PROYECTOS
Aprende a identificar que es un conflicto, Cuáles son las situaciones de conflictos en los proyectos desarrollando un análisis de un caso hipotético identificando las partes involucradas además de Cómo prevenirlo y manejarlo.
Por: Cecilia Boggi (ARGENTINA)
Licenciada en Análisis de Sistemas de la Facultad de Ingeniería de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, realizó un Programa en Dirección de Empresas en la Universidad del CEMA en Buenos Aires y completó un Executive MBA en la Universidad Francisco de Vitoria en Madrid, España.
Está graduada del PMI Leadership Institute Master Class en el 2012.
Posee la certificación internacional de Project Management Professional (PMP®) del Project Management Institute (PMI®) desde el 2003 y está certificada como Facilitadora de SDI Nivel 1 por Personal Strenghts©.
EL CAMINO HACIA LA AGILIDAD ORGANIZACIONAL
Controlá la barrera de la complejidad y la incertidumbre de los proyectos generando valor agregado a la organización
Para lograrlo, te presentamos en esta charla las metodologías “Lean y Agile” que proponen técnicas y herramientas centradas en el trabajo en equipo para lidiar con contextos de alta incertidumbre y dinamismo en un entorno en el cual nos manejamos casi a diario.
Por: Ezequiel Pablo Kahan (ARGENTINA)
Ingeniero Industrial recibido en la Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), y Magister en Psicología Cognitiva en la Facultad de Psicología (UBA). Tiene una especialización en dirección de proyectos (UTN) y posee las certificaciones PMP, ACP del PMI y CSM de la Scrum Alliance. Además, es Coach Organizacional Certificado (UdeSA, Axialent, ICF). Realiza actividades docentes de grado, post-grado e investigación, tanto en el ámbito público como en el privado y es orador frecuente en temáticas vinculadas a la Agilidad, Dirección de Proyectos y mejora organizacional.
A project manager has a responsibility to initiate actions, plan, design, execute, monitor, and control the project. One of the key responsibilities is recognizing the risks related to the project, and reducing them through different problem-solving techniques. In other words, this person is responsible for the project’s overall success. According to a 2014 report from the Project Management Institute, almost half of the surveyed organizations (46%) reported they did not fully understand how valuable project management was for their success, although they understood that successful project management boosted the rate of strategic initiatives by 16%.
That data proves the result-oriented behavior in most organizations: although they don’t fully understand a project manager’s job, they still appreciate the success. In another report by PMI, it was estimated that poor project performance was the major culprit for government organizations wasting an average of $119 million for each billion they spend on programs and projects. It’s clear: a project manager is responsible for both success and failure.
Therefore, it’s important for the manager to do everything in their power to ensure successful completion of the business project.
How to Become a Great Project Manager through Team Building
How do you get into the hall of fame in this profession? One of the main characteristics of proper project management is creating a team-building atmosphere within the organization. The manager has to understand the project, plan the range of activities, and match the skills of each member of the team with suitable activities. When IT executives were asked to rate the difficulty of matching resource skills with demanding skills, 49% of them responded with somewhat difficult, and only 9% said that was not a difficult task for them.
Training, organizing, and monitoring a team is a difficult task. You are dealing with different characters and different sets of skills, so every decision you make needs to be carefully planned. You can get better at team building by following the practices of successful project managers. They share few common habits that make them great at what they do.
A proactive manager doesn’t wait for problems to occur before they start thinking of solutions. Instead of reacting to issues, they are one step ahead – they prevent them. Proactive attitude is a habit; it’s a way of thinking. In team management, proactivity is translated as proper communication with every worker involved in the project, as well as accountability of each team member for their part in the big picture. 49% of organizations invest in project management training programs. Shifting the managers’ mindset towards proactive attitude is one of the most important goals of those training sessions.
How can you develop this habit? You have to give yourself more space to plan and anticipate every possible issue that may occur. Determine the critical tasks and responsibilities, and encourage your people to do the same. Then, take care of the priorities.
2. Using the right software
Well-performing project managers have developed a common habit: they rely on project management software. According to a global survey on the current state of the maturity of project management, 77% of the organizations that participated used project management software, which was linked to high-performing projects.
As a project manager, you have to find the right software to use in a particular situation, and you need to train your team to do the same. Mavenlink, Smartsheet, and Wrike are only three of the many tools you can rely on. They will improve the communication within the team, and they will help you keep track of the workflow, regardless whether you’re dealing with an in-office or a remote team.
3. Recognizing failure before it happens
This habit is part of proactive behavior. 75% of IT and business executives anticipate the failure of their software projects. Although successful managers usually start their projects with high expectations, they recognize the problems below the surface right from the start.
The question is: what do they do about it? 80% of these professionals invest at least half their time on rework. They take care of all necessary fixes throughout the project in order to prevent the anticipated failure.
A study published by the Academy of Management Journal showed that although charismatic CEOs made more money, they made no difference in the performance of their corporations. This brings us to an unusual conclusion: although charismatic extroverted personalities give out the impression of being good leaders, they are not necessarily better than introverts.
Introverts have specific skills that are important for successful project management. One of them is understanding. They are not the ones you see talking non-stop during a meeting. They are doing something else – listening. That’s a very important habit you need to develop in order to become a master in this profession. Listen to other people’s opinions, evaluate the situation, and sharpen your perception. Process all information before making decisions, just like a smart introvert would do.
When you have a big project ahead, the long timeline may overwhelm both you and your team. 30% of project managers have a strategy of segmentation: they break up large projects into smaller sub-projects. Each segment comes with deliverables and evaluations, which help you to stay focused on the main goal while making it more achievable.
6. Investing in staff development
The performance of each member of your team makes significant contributions to the final result. Their skills are important for the success you’re going to achieve as a project manager, so you need to invest in their development. High-performing project managers understand that staff development programs have impact on the overall project performance. 43% of the respondents of a survey said they were often or always relying on such programs.
One of the top three skills required for successful project management was the ability to motivate team members (36% of the participants of a survey said motivational skills were crucial for the project’s success). You have a responsibility to be a mentor of the team, so you need to know how to implement the right motivational method at the right time.
You may rely on bonuses, teambuilding sessions, speeches, and other techniques that will help you get the best out of everyone. You’re responsible for creating a pleasant working atmosphere, so do your best to make your team members happy to come to work every day.
If you incorporate these seven habits into your daily project management practices, you will notice great improvement not only in the success of your project, but in your professional growth as well. Your team carries a huge responsibility regarding the outcome, so you have to improve your team building skills in order to make the process effective. With the right attitude, you’ll strengthen the team spirit and you’ll gain more respect from everyone.
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Management seems like a simple word, but in practice it’s the very opposite. Managing a team of creatives is not everyone’s cup of tea. Yet there are some brilliant minds who succeed in doing that.
They are the ideal project managers, and they are hard to find. But what makes them so unique? Its not just their ability to reach a goal but to make the experience an extremely rewarding one. An ideal project manager is subtle in his approach but will have a tight grip on each detail of his project even while being off duty. This ability comes with education as well as experience.
A Project Manager may not always be known as the Project Manager. They can be found in every field. They provide successful outcomes. One powerful example of successful management is present in Egypt. The pyramids were the project of a man called Imhotep, son of King Khufu. He had no machines at his disposal, yet he created a structure so unique that history students still write theses on it – using nothing but effective leadership, powerful communication and an efficient use of finances.
Let’s take a look at the key skills of an ideal project manager:
Communication is the most essential skill required for success in the corporate world. People who work in the business world know that communication is not just limited to words. There are facial expressions, gestures, inferences, behaviors, words, mails, tweets…
A great Project Manager is the king of them all. This person will make you feel like you are their best friend/employee/client. Their communication skills are so good, they make these project managers almost charismatic. “Where body language conflicts with the words that are being said, the body language will usually be the more ‘truthful’ in the sense of revealing true feelings.” Says Glen Wilson in his book ‘Introducing Body Language-A Practical Guide’.
This is why meetings are fun with such a manager. Smooth communication encourages the flow of ideas.
Leadership qualities are a must-have. A PM knows that his team members are coming in from so many walks of life. Each has different strengths and weaknesses. They overcome all barriers to make sure the team stays on one page. How? They constantly learn. The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it. —Theodore Roosevelt.
Additionally, successful project managers don’t micro manage their team. Even if they make mistakes, intelligent project managers allow them to rectify mistakes as soon as possible. A true leader doesn’t just show authority, but is also a soft person with whom subordinates can communicate comfortably about their challenges – to seek the best way forward.
How many times have you heard a management professional say, “Twitter is just not my thing.” Or “This digital software goes above my head.” Many times, managers who didn’t experience the tech boom in their 20s have trouble dealing with new inventions in the business world. For that ideal project manager, new inventions are equal to ten new ways of doing productive work. They never stop learning and trying new things. That’s how it is in managing a project. A new project is always a new wave of excitement. It seeks the same level of anticipation that an ideal project manager has.
It is about being a skilled PM, but also a very possessive maternal/paternal figure who takes the project as their child. Simply put, they know what they are doing and people under them, trust them a lot. History will always remember great project managers as people who had the ability to lead the team effectively. Degrees from excellent institutes instill these skills in students – which get polished further through experience. These people are great problem solvers who know how and when to act.
Empathy is a universal language. It is also the language of an ideal project manager. They care for people, their feelings and their aspirations. They also care about schedules, stakeholders, missions and the risks involved. The world is currently suffering from a massive empathy deficit, so please take good care of this tip. Good project managers are kind and gentle, because this way of dealing with a human is more effective than coercion.
Enthusiastic and active
These heroes think that waking up each day is a blessing and facing new challenges is exciting. They are never demotivated by a late or early hour, and you can often spot them in a chirpy mood. They take their responsibility very seriously because to them it is more of a passion than a day/night job.
Takes the team along
Good PM are the substance that holds the team together. They are deep-rooted and sound-minded, which reflects well on their team. In order to make the team function as a fully cohesive unit, this one manager gives all and succeeds. Such a person plans ahead, but also plans in time. Planning and punctuality are the two most important things in a great project manager’s personality.
Thrives under pressure
Most of us would break under severe pressure. We see athletes doing it all the time and people doing deadline-based work are no different. However, an ideal project manager will wear their workout kicks and be on their mark to look deadlines in the eye. If there’s a situation and some time to solve, why not use the time instead of regretting later?
This is what goes on inside their heads. This ability doesn’t end in the office. It is a keeper in life too. There’s a good chance that a great project manager is great because he or she is 90% amazing under pressure, as testing situations often bring out the best in us.
Mentioned above are some abilities that an ideal project manager should have. Are you a project manager, managing your team successfully? Please share your opinions and suggestions in the comments below.
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Many professionals have business ideas that seem like practical business ventures. Most of these ventures require funding from multiple funding sources. So to reduce risks, the professional with the business idea, or sometimes even the investor or other interested parties will want to perform an analysis of all of the financial activity that is involved in the project. They depend on reliable financial information to perform the best financial analysis possible.
The financial information required is also needed so that the proposed business venture can be compared to similar ventures in its industry. This allows interested parties to gain a more realistic picture of the potential financial performance of the venture. Their main concern is that they receive a return on their investment or that they are repaid for various loans that have been made on behalf of the venture.
Some of the financial methods used to perform the best analysis possible are designed to ensure that investors and lenders can secure their investments; they are described in more detail below.
Financial modeling is one of the major sources used to perform a financial analysis of a business venture. It creates a financial reflection of the venture’s structure by clearly mapping out all aspects of the venture, including its sources of revenue, all project costs that are associated with the venture, as well as capital expenditures and its fixed and variable expenses. It helps funders make better, more informed decisions.
The financial model allows participants to evaluate the project’s estimated cash flows, estimated net profits, the estimated net worth, as well as a wide variety of other key financial indicators. The key financial indicators are used by investors and banks to compare the projected financial performance to other similar ventures in the marketplace. A credit union may also be a financial source that could have an interest in reviewing a financial model as well.
The financial model also clearly maps out the sources of business finance along with the timing of all of the funding sources and the investment loan repayments that are required at designated periods within the project.
Project Valuation Methods
In addition to analyzing the financial model for a specific venture, it is also very important to perform an analysis of the project’s valuation. The valuation of a business venture consists of a process and various procedures that are used to perform an estimation of the economic value of the venture – more specifically the owner, investor’s or lender’s interest in the venture. Typically, those who are involved in the venture in any capacity and have a financial interest in the project, uses the information provided in project valuations to better determine the future economic outcomes of the business venture.
There are a wide array of valuation methods used based on the specifics involved with the project. One of the more common one’s involves the project’s value after the sale of a business for a future period of time. Other methods consist of comparable multiples whereby areas such as P/E multiples are used, price to revenue, market to book and enterprise value to EBIT multiples are used.
Another method consists of the Discounted Cash Flow method whereby areas such as the net present value, the internal rate of return or the economic value added based methods may be used.
What is Project Analysis?
To ensure that their investments and funds are protected, investors and other lenders often hire a financial project manager who is responsible for overseeing how the venture is played out. They are also responsible for knowing how to read and understand the various financial modeling and valuation methods, as well as have knowledge about performing a thorough project analysis. Project valuation methods and a project finance valuation is also of great importance and is within the overall scope of analyzing the project.
The project manager must also be able to properly articulate what’s been analyzed along with their professional evaluation of the overall project. In essence, the financial project manager must be able to properly perform a detailed review of the project as well as oversee insurance for investments that have been made.
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