Student Bachelor Business Informatics
DB Systel Project Management
KPI concept for a strategic program
Thesis: Measuring progress in agile projects
Student Presentation ‘Earned Value in PM’
Alexander will present his insights into using EV in agile environments as a student and working at DB Systel.
For any questions and help please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Event Date||26.09.2023 18:00|
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On Critical Thinking.
"Blinded by Bias: Navigating Cognitive Pitfalls in Project Management"
Presented by Dmitrii Ilenkov
A project management practitioner (PMP, Ph.D).
PMI volunteer (Chapter President), and contributing to standards (The Standard for EVM, The Standard for Project Estimating, PMBOK7, NUPP and P3.express) and developing e-learning courses in my company.
Project management isn't just about tasks and timelines; it's also about tackling unseen cognitive biases that can skew our decision-making. This webinar will unveil the most common biases like confirmation bias and planning fallacy, highlight their impact on projects through real-life examples, and offer practical strategies for recognition and mitigation. Elevate your project management skills by understanding and navigating the subconscious influences that may be hindering your project's success. Join us for a concise yet comprehensive exploration of this vital topic.
|Event Date||12.10.2023 18:00|
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|Event Date||26.10.2023 18:00|
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The english speaking round table Region South invites you to attend "Attacks on ciritcal infrastructures"
- Critical Infrastructure (KRITIS) what it is and which organisations and institutions with a social function are in
- Latest attacks on critical infrastructure
- cyberattacks and attack vectors
- NIS 2 regulation and the directive on NIS 2 regulation implementation.
We will use Teams, Link will provided latest the day prior to the event.
Jutta & Chanaka
|Event Date||30.10.2023 18:00|
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|Cut off date||30.10.2023 09:00|
In this presentation, we embark on a unique journey of blending ancient wisdom with modern project management techniques to achieve our goals with minimal energy input and stress. We begin by exploring the profound principles of the ancient Chinese philosophy of Taiji, drawing parallels to their counterparts in the world of project management. By understanding the harmony and balance that Taiji embodies, we uncover strategies for optimizing our project endeavors.
Building on this foundation, we delve into a cross-cultural analysis, comparing conflict resolution approaches in the Western world with those in China. This exploration sheds light on the cultural nuances that influence our decision-making and conflict management styles.
Finally, we unveil the 36 Strategems for conflict resolution, elucidating their application in the realm of project management. Real-world examples illustrate how these age-old tactics can be leveraged to overcome obstacles, enhance collaboration, and achieve project success while conserving valuable energy and mitigating stress. Join us in discovering the art of harmonious project management through the wisdom of Taiji and the strategic prowess of the 36 Strategems.
HAHN Automation Group (Director Project Management)
Born in East Germany (16years in communism), Living in West German
Working globally (US, Poland, Netherlands, UK, Brazil, Spain, Austria, China, Mexico...)
Dipl Ing Controls Engineering, Bachelor of Business Administration, altMBA, PGMP
Taiji course instructor
25 years’ experience in global Project Management
17 years ThyssenKrupp (PM => Manager PM)
8 years HAHN Automation Group (Director Project Management)
Mainly Automotive Industry
|Event Date||07.11.2023 18:00|
|Event End Date||07.11.2023 19:30|
What do you value about Our Planet and its People? If you were asked to describe your home landscape, what would you say? Which trees, and which flowers? Which animals and which insects? What foods do you like to eat? Where do you like to go on holiday?
And if someone said they were going to take that away, how would you respond?
On our current trajectory, many of those things will have been taken away from everyone by 2050.
Our People and Planet are under threat. Now is the time to ACT.
Scientists, NGOs and startups have been flying the warning flags for years – now it’s time for Project Professionals to get into gear.
Because Projects are the driving force behind How goals are achieved, How change is realised and How lasting value is delivered.
That’s why PMI Europe Chapters, including UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, and Turkey, are calling people to the Sustainability Summit 2023 on 8th November 2023.
We know the “What” – And we know the “Why” – But Project Managers are in the unique position of understanding the “How”. Our job, every day, is to make things happen.
This is a Summit to empower people to make ideas a reality, and to turn intention into ACTION.
Our Mission is to engage, inspire, equip and mobilise, current and next generation project professionals and change makers to optimise our impact towards the UN SDG’s and make the world a better place.
And we want you to join our mission to ACT now.
Register here: https://hopin.com/events/sustainability-summit-2023
|Event Date||08.11.2023 08:00|
|Event End Date||08.11.2023 20:00|
you will soon receive and invite to our General Meeting which will take place online on November 10th 2022 from 7 til 9pm MET.
In this invite you will find a link to register in case you like to attend the online general meeting. Without this registration it will not be possible to attend the general meeting nor participate in the respective polls. Therefore please take note of the following.
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|Event Date||30.11.2023 18:00|
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|Cut off date||30.11.2023|