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Successful Global Projects during Present Time

 

Does the current work setting in your projects remind you of any of the aspects related to the following connection:

“Virtual Setting - Global Projects - Remote Work - Collaboration - Cross Cultural Communication”?  

To many of us, the current virtual work setting might mean learning about other cultures and how we can adapt to them to take part in global projects. The new exam outline for Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification also states the following as an enabler of engaging and supporting virtual teams:

“Examine virtual team member needs (e.g., environment, geography, culture, global, etc.)” 

To help you get orientated with intercultural communication and collaboration, we are organizing a panel discussion followed by presentations by experts.

 

The session will help you get answers to the following:

 
1) What we should know about organizations taking part in global projects and their management structures as many projects are planned and executed virtually and remotely due to COVID-19 crisis.

2) In such a circumstance, what are the organizational and individual members’ cultures like among the organizations that are taking part in global projects?

3) What knowledge and skills the members of such organizations should develop to take part in global projects? 

4) The challenges in the development of such knowledge and skills.

 

About the Experts:

 
MICHAEL GATES

Michael Gates is the owner and MD at Michael Gates CrossCulture and an Associate Fellow at the Said Business School, University of Oxford. He has been a cross-cultural trainer, coach and writer for nearly 30 years, following a career in radio in the UK. He has been based in Finland since 1987. He has spoken at live events, a podcast and webinars for PMI in Sweden and the UK. After his two keynotes at PMI Sweden in 2020 the compere, Mattias Georgson Petrén, wrote that ‘he quickly moved the crowd from a bursting laughter to serious personal reflections.’

 

ADELINA STEFAN

Having worked for 10+ years across cultures, Adelina seeks to catalyze individuals’ potential, helping them create and implement their unique career blueprint and, at the same time achieve a healthy work-life balance. She specializes in working with expats and mid- to senior-level executives dealing with challenging work environments that can affect both their performance and well-being. Her practice includes Career, Life, Executive, and Personal Agility Coaching for individuals, as well as developing and implementing corporate Human Resources practices for improving intercultural relations.

 

JAN CLAUSEN

Jan Clausen is a Principal Project Manager at Ericsson, which is the highest PM level at the company. He has been with Ericsson for 30+ years and has been part of the birth of 2G, 3G HSPA, 4G, and 5G. Among many other works, he enjoys being in the middle of product development in the grey zone between product management, line management, and project management. According to Jan, many new things trigger his curiosity, especially the complex system development of new products and solutions, where the power of a diverged and global organization of highly competent people can be utilized.

 

How to join the webinar:

The link to join this interactive webinar has been sent out to you by email on 25 March 2021. Please check you spam folder if you have not received it yet. The link is now also available on this page. You would have to log in to be able to view the link here. 

 

Location: Online
Language: English
When: 2021-03-25 (19:00-20:30)Add to your calendar

Type: Webinar
Price: Free
Cancellable: No
Max participants: 200
Booking status: 75/200
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