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1Year 1Steve KayeEffective Meetings for Project Managersvideo51:20:42OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Effective Meetings for Project Managers
This presentation is aimed at helping you learn how to set up, conduct, and participate in effective project meetings that produce results. Learning objectives: Students learn how to - Design a Meeting for Success - Stay in Control of a Meeting - Make Sure Something Happens.www.pducast.com1.251.25
2Year 1Dr. Margaret Meloni, PMPDealing with Difficult Peoplevideo82:41:50OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Dealing with Difficult People
This webinar is a complete step-by-step guidance to working on and with the difficult people on your team to improve relationships. Learn how to solve conflict, positively influence and solve problems around difficult and toxic individuals. Learning objectives: Identify various types of difficult behaviors that damage your team. Learn strategies for dealing with difficult co-workers and employees. Identify triggers that can cause you to become a difficult person. Learn how to control your own behavior.www.pducast.com2.252.25
3Year 1Thomas Cutting, PMPHigh Performing PMOsvideo31:28:10OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: High Performing PMOs
This presentation examines what makes a PMO effective in living out its purpose and gets your engine revved with ideas on what can be accomplished. It will allow you to spot check what you have and tune your organization with best practices, overcoming leadership challenges in the PMO and PMO alignment with corporate strategy. Learning objectives: Articulate how a PMO resolves key org. challenges. Think in terms of org. change to gain commitment. Understand the role corporate compliance plays in PMO success. Develop a sense of community instead of oversight. Recognize speed bumps that can slow you down.www.pducast.com0.750.500.251.50
4Year 1Diane Altwies, PMPManaging Teams in a Virtual Worldvideo31:11:42OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Managing Teams in a Virtual World
This webinar discusses how to create, manage and make your virtual team perform successfully. PMs can create their working teams with members taken from around the globe and each member doing their work through a virtual workplace. Learning objectives: Identify steps to successfully manage virtual team performance. Name effective approaches for remote work monitoring. List team building activities for virtual teams. Name conflict management approaches for virtual teams.www.pducast.com1.001.00
5Year 1Jack Ferraro, PMPThe Strategic Project Leadervideo62:54:10OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: The Strategic Project Leader
Learn to demonstrate that you are more than a mere PM. Establish yourself as a Strategic Project Leader who can turn project management into a strategic advantage for the organization. This webinar is a self-directed plan to build your leadership competencies. Learning objectives: Understand the importance of the PM’s role in transforming organizations; Comprehend the value chain associated with PM services; Understand qualities of Service-based Project Leadership; Overcome excuses for not becoming a Service-based Project Leaderwww.pducast.com2.502.50
6Year 1Jack Ferraro, PMPBuild your Service-based Project Leadership Skillsvideo63:16:52OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Build your Service-based Project Leadership Skills
A motivating seminar that ends with a plan that will take you to the next level in Project Leadership. Learn techniques to build project relationships based on trust and apply the key components: credibility, reliability, intimacy and low self-orientation in order to become a service-based project leader. Learning objectives: Comprehend the importance of building trust on projects; Master techniques to build relationships based on trust; Apply key components of trust: Credibility, Reliability, Intimacy, Low self-orientation, Understand the benefits of trust-based relationshipswww.pducast.com3.003.00
7Year 1Gene DutzEffective Teleconferencingvideo72:09:56OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Effective Teleconferencing
How To Conduct A Successful Teleconference provides the ingredients needed to initiate & maintain an effective & efficient teleconference. These ingredients are common to any meeting. The difference, however, is that the team not collocated. Conducting successful teleconferences is a basic leadership skill for project managers in charge of distributed teams. Learning objectives: Identify how hard tools, soft tools, time management, content, ground rules, and empowerment facilitate a teleconference. Describe how they increase a team's productivity. Explain how proper application of these reflects positively on the PMs leadership skills.www.pducast.com1.500.502.00
8Year 1Stan Levanduski, PMPLeadership Challenges of Complex Projects - Part 1video52:00:41OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Leadership Challenges of Complex Projects - Part 1
Successfully resolve the challenging issues facing you when leading large, complex projects. Acquire the means to understand, plan for and then manage these challenges through a philosophy and process of successfully leading large complex projects. Learning objectives: Describe why leadership is imperative on complex Projects. Know factors influencing complexity and range of complexity. Understand linear planning limitations on complex projects. List tools to use complexity science and chaos theory on complex projects.www.pducast.com2.002.00
9Year 1Stan Levanduski, PMPLeadership Challenges of Complex Projects - Part 2video72:45:14OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Leadership Challenges of Complex Projects - Part 2
Successfully resolve the challenging issues facing you when leading large, complex projects. Acquire the means to understand, plan for and then manage these complexities through a philosophy and process of successfully leading large (and very complex) projects. Learning objectives: Know the 10 steps to planning a complex project. Describe why we need a PM Plan & a highly adaptable communications network. Identify how to foster an environment of self organization & emergence to manage complexity. Summarize how to use amplifiers to move between equilibrium & disequilibrium in a complex environment.www.pducast.com0.752.002.75
10Year 1Janice Preston, PMPManaging Stakeholder Expectationsvideo31:04:54OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Managing Stakeholder Expectations
Savvy PMs always understood the need to keep stakeholder interests in mind. We lay the groundwork for what you need to know to be ready to manage stakeholder expectations by taking you through how to identify stakeholders, select approaches to set and negotiate expectations and then manage those expectations throughout the project (including conflict management related to unmet expectations). Learning objectives: Identify key stakeholders and select why they matter. Recognize a power and interest matrix to analyze stakeholders and name quadrant content. Recall important techniques to set expectations with stakeholders. Select action steps to respond to stakeholders during project execution.www.pducast.com0.750.251.00
11Year 1Mark PerryEffective Project Dashboardingvideo31:22:28OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Effective Project Dashboarding
What do executives want to see in a PMO Dashboard? How do PMO Managers provide this info? These questions are the top questions asked by PMO Managers. This presentation provides PMO Executive Tips and Techniques that PMOs of all sizes can implement. Learning objectives: Describe the dash-boarding needs of your executives. Identify the differing perspectives that people have about dash-boarding. List common mistakes made in dash-boarding. Recall how to utilize the dash-boarding capabilities of your PMO architecturewww.pducast.com1.251.25
12Year 1Cornelius Fichtner, PMPThe 4-week PMOvideo31:22:46OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: The 4-week PMO
The 4-Week PMO is a pragmatic approach enabling companies to roll out the initial release of a PMO in 4 weeks. We review PMO setup problems, introduce the 4 basic PMO components and give a blueprint for the 4-week rollout schedule. Learning objectives: Recall how to avoid common PMO setup problems; Identify 4 common PMO components; Identify how to combine these as a PMO framework; Describe a blueprint to launch your initial PMO within 4 weeks.www.pducast.com1.251.25
Total PDUs awarded in Year 1
13.1Year 2Steve KayeEffective Presentations for Project Managersvideo51:40:17OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Effective Presentations for Project Managers
This webinar is aimed at helping you create and conduct effective project presentations. We review how to properly prepare, design, practice and deliver as successful presentation to project teams, sponsors and upper level management. Learning objectives: Identify how to use a presentation for project success & career advancement; select the components of proper presentation planning; list the basic elements of slide design; summarize rehearsal techniques; recall approaches for a confident presentation style.www.pducast.com1.501.50
13.2Year 2Bonus Item by Dr. M. Meloni, PMPDo More With Lessaudio10:50:02Dr. Margaret MeloniDo More With LessDo More With Less is about time management. It’s a guide for project managers on how they can take charge of their lives to accomplish more in a limited period of time. It speaks of techniques on how to plan and organize daily schedule to accommodate more tasks. This webinar is about setting rules and how to make the right decisions to achieve much better results. It teaches project managers to walk away from stress and walk the path to peace.www.pmstudent.com0.750.75
13.3Year 2Bonus Item by Dr. M. Meloni, PMPWhat's Your Communication Styleaudio10:42:23Dr. Margaret MeloniWhat's Your Communication StyleAre you a natural speaker or a shy observer? Do you like telling people what to do or do you say "yes" all the time? Are you having trouble getting along with your co-workers? Do you feel frustrated if you don’t get your point across? These are only some of the questions that have baffled so many in the workplace. Being a member of an organization requires an understanding of how to communicate effectively with others to avoid conflicts. To accomplish company goals, you need to work together as a team. The exchange of ideas through meetings and discussions can sometimes lead to arguments due to the lack of communication. Mastering the art of communication takes lots of practice. What’s Your Communication Style by Margaret Meloni is a useful guide to understand others better.www.pmstudent.com0.750.75
14Year 2Andreas HeilwagenStop Meeting Failurevideo31:32:38OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Stop Meeting Failure
Have you ever had to sit through an unbearable project meeting? Don't let that happen to your attendees. Stop Meeting Failure helps ensure that your project meetings are successful time after time. Learning objectives: Understand past failures; List your success criteria; Name aggressive ground rules; Describe and use the 12 power tips; Restate how to apply best practices.www.pducast.com1.501.50
15Year 2Mike Graupner, PMPManaging Scope from Cradle to Gravevideo31:38:30OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Managing Scope from Cradle to Grave
A lack of rigor in scope management often lies at the heart of a failed project. In this webinar Mike Graupner, PMP provides you with a simple approach of properly managing your scope from project initiation to project closing. Learning objectives: Define & explain how PM impacts scope mgmt. Demonstrate understanding of the scope mgmt process. Devise & confidently control scope. Identify & analyze problems when scope is changing. Describe how to adapt to working in teams & leading scope mgmt processwww.pducast.com1.501.50
16Year 2Kristine Hayes Munson, PMPProject Monitoring and Controllingvideo31:37:27OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Project Monitoring and Controlling
In this webinar, Kristine Hayes Munson, PMP reviews the various Monitoring & Controlling processes from the PMBOK® Guide and connects it with everyday challenges faced by project managers in the field. It is both an excellent introduction to M&C for junior project managers as well as a review for the senior professional. Learning objectives: Identify the most challenging decision faced in controlling your project. Select management tampering activities. Recognize cause variations. Name the most challenging process for monitoring and controlling. Identify correct usage of the plan-do-check-act cyclewww.pducast.com1.501.50
17Year 2Martin Wartenberg, MBA, P.E.Managing Small Projectsvideo31:49:40OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Managing Small Projects
In this webinar Martin Wartenberg, MBA, PE introduces you to the concepts of managing small projects. He gives you just enough PM and leadership to succeed but not enough to bog you down. Learning objectives: Identify the difference between managing small and large projects; Select when to apply PMBOK Guide practices on smaller projects; Recall how to kick off a small project using appropriate tools; Describe how to enlist and train team members in the use tools appropriate for small projects.www.pducast.com1.250.501.75
18Year 2Wes KahleHow Do You Know That Your Project Is In Trouble?video31:06:53OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: How Do You Know That Your Project Is In Trouble?
Do you know when to stand up and say "Houston, I think we have a problem" on your projects? In this presentation, Wes Kahle will show you 4 measures that you can apply to your projects and quickly assess if you are in the red or green. Learning objectives: Describe, explain & be able to apply the “4 Measures” for project success on your project; Identify what questions to ask to determine if your project is in trouble.www.pducast.com1.001.00
19Year 2Cornelius Fichtner, PMPAn Overview of Agile Methods and Agile PMvideo52:30:26OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: An Overview of Agile Methods and Agile PM
This webinar is intended as an introduction to Agile software development and Agile project management for PMs trained in traditional waterfall based methodologies. Learning objectives: Describe general Agile principles and the agile manifesto. Select how Agile and Waterfall can work together. Identify best practices of Agile Methods and Agile PM. List criteria for/against selecting Agile. Dispel common Agile myths (true/false).www.pducast.com2.502.50
20Year 2Josh Nankivel, PMPEffective Project Execution with Lean Agile Kanbanvideo31:34:36OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Effective Project Execution with Lean Agile Kanban
In this webinar Josh Nankivel, PMP, uses a Kanban Board as the central presentation tool. In this way you learn how effective Kanban can be on your projects by seeing how Kanban is used to delivering all the training materials of the webinar to you. Learning objectives: Define and explain Kanban, and describe the Value Stream. Recall how visualization works in Kanban. Identify how to apply Flow in Kanban. List options that limit WIP through Kanban.www.pducast.com1.501.50
21Year 2Kevin Reilly, PMPEffective Risk Response Strategies and Controlsvideo31:18:10OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Effective Risk Response Strategies and Controls
In this webinar Kevin Reilly, PMP reviews risk response strategies that a PM can apply to the risks on a project. He reviews what they are, when to use them and gives real life examples from his own experience to highlight the importance of proper risk management approaches. Learning objectives: Identify the different types of negative and positive risk response strategies as well as key tools and techniques used to monitor and control your project risks. Describe how to apply these on your projects through real-life project exampleswww.pducast.com1.251.25
22Year 2Mike Graupner, PMPProject Communication on Virtual and Global Teamsvideo31:25:34OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Project Communication on Virtual and Global Teams
In this webinar Mike Graupner, PMP, CSM takes you on a journey through project communications starting with the earliest models up to today's latest research on how communication works. Learn how to remove virtualization, globalization and globalization barriers. Understand the impact of social media and devise strategies to improve your own communications and make you a better leader. Learning objectives: Explain how communications impact projects; demonstrate understanding of the communication process; recall how to devise and control communication during your project; identify problems when communicating; identify how to evaluate other people's commitment to communicationwww.pducast.com0.750.501.25
23Year 2Mel BostProject Lessons Learned Frameworkvideo31:23:56OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Project Lessons Learned Framework
In this webinar Mel Bost, MBA presents a framework to be used at the end of a project to identify significant events on your project and then turn them into lessons learned. This framework works both in single- and multi-project environments. Learning objectives: Identify Lessons Learned in a project context; identify where they occur; select how to apply the Framework to document project lessons learned; list how lessons learned can be used to improve a process.www.pducast.com1.251.25
24Year 2Jeff Furman, PMPWhy Strong Ethics are Crucial for PM Successvideo32:23:12OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Why Strong Ethics are Crucial for PM Success
In this webinar Jeff Furman, PMP takes you through a series of real life examples where ethical mistakes where made by leaders and explains how better ethics could have avoided the negative project outcomes. He presents several tools and exercises using ethics as a leadership skill to help you apply what you have learned on your everyday projects. Learning objectives: Describe why ethics errors can be the most costly errors in leading projects. Identify the culprit behind ethical errors. Select how to apply the 4 Ethics Quick Tools as a leader on your projects. Identify better ways to promote an ethical environment.www.pducast.com2.252.25
Total PDUs awarded in Year 2
25Year 3Dr. Margaret Meloni, PMPConflict on the Flyvideo31:27:22OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Conflict on the Fly
In this webinar Margaret Meloni, PMP discusses how project managers can prepare themselves ahead of time for conflict that arises "on the fly" (unexpectedly) so that they are able to resolve the conflict properly, appropriately and shine as project leaders. Learning objectives: Identify reasons why conflict can be productive; Select approaches to prepare for unplanned conflict; Determine when conflict resolution can or cannot be postponed; Identify when you should or should not act as the mediatorwww.pducast.com1.251.25
26Year 3Cornelius Fichtner, PMPAgile PM User Storiesvideo41:19:40OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Agile PM User Stories
In this webinar Cornelius Fichtner, PMP introduces you to the concept of applying User Stories on Agile projects. We answer the following questions: What are User Stories? Why were User Stories Developed? Are they a team effort or the responsibility of one person? Who owns User Stories? What’s the best way to create User Stories? Are User Stories the same as Use Cases? What are the shortcomings of User Stories? Why do User Stories Drive the Agile Project? Learning objectives: Identify the elements required in user stories. Choose the elements in the acronym INVEST. Determine how User Stories drive an acceptance test. Select the key contributors to estimating User Stories. Indicate the primary difference between User Stories and Use Cases.www.pducast.com1.251.25
27Year 3Dr. Andrew MakarProject Collaboration Tools That Rockvideo31:16:26OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Project Collaboration Tools That Rock
In this webinar Dr. Andrew Makar starts our by reviewing how modern tools haven't really improved how we collaborate on projects today. He then reviews the challenges we face and how modern tools can help eliminate these problems. While we look at some features of these tools, the primary focus is on the collaboration concepts that each tool supports that will lead to improved collaboration. He closes with a critical review of the concepts and ways to get started. Learning objectives: Select collaboration challenges. Identify useful collaboration features for a distributed work force, Indicate which collaboration software is most appropriate to create a WBS. Determine how to create automatic status reports. Indicate how to create a virtual task list for professional and personal use.www.pducast.com1.251.25
28Year 3Cornelius Fichtner, PMPAgile PM: Introduction to Scrumvideo52:09:35OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Agile PM: Introduction to Scrum
This 2-hour long webinar is an introduction to Scrum. Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM takes you step by step through all the components that make up the Scrum framework. Learning objectives: Differentiate between Agile and Scrum. Indicate general Scrum Theory and Structure. Choose the different Roles in Scrum. Select the different meetings used in Scrum. Identify the different artifacts used in Scrum.www.pducast.com2.002.00
29Year 3Susanne MadsenProject Leadershipvideo31:55:57OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Project Leadership
In this webinar on project leadership Susanne Madsen presents hands-on tools and techniques empowering project managers to improve their project leadership skills. Learning objectives: Identify the 4 quadrants on the project leadership matrix, Select project leadership tools & techniques, Choose dimensions on the time management triangle, Identify how and when to adapt your leadership stylewww.pducast.com1.751.75
30Year 3Dave Shirley & Rich MaltzmanSustainabilityvideo31:11:47OSP International LLCThe PDU Podcast: SustainabilityDave Shirley, PMP and Rich Maltzman, PMP are the authors of the award winning book Green Project Management. In this webinar Dave and Rich outline the case for integration of sustainable (green) thinking in every aspect of project management and provide 5 actions that every PM can take today to increase sustainable thinking on their projects. Learning objectives: Define Sustainability and the acronym SMARTER, identify sustainability pressures, differentiate between the cost of good and bad Greenality, name the 4 categories in the Rainbow Of Green, Identify the participants in the Sustainability IQ Matrixwww.pducast.com1.001.00
31Year 3Dr. Dave Cornelius, PMP7 Factors to Successfully Lead Global Teamsvideo61:36:14OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: 7 Factors to Successfully Lead Global Teams
This webinar is aimed at senior project managers who lead culturally diverse, global teams and who want to raise their level of success in leading the team. In this course Dr. Dave Cornelius, MBA, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, Six Sigma BB, ITIL V3, takes the participants step by step through the 7 factors that will increase team cohesiveness and take them to the performing stage. We learn about the need for cultural intelligence, communication, leadership, partnership, conflict management, best practices and we close with delivering the promise and business value of a successful global team. Learning objectives: Identify how and when to adapt your leadership style. Choose ways how a leader can build trust on the team. Select the affective / not affective conflict management behaviors. Identify drivers for project health measurementswww.pducast.com1.501.50
32Year 3Cornelius Fichtner, PMPAgile PM: The Crystal Familyvideo41:50:22OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Agile PM: The Crystal Family
This webinar is aimed at project managers who wish to learn more about the Crystal Family of Agile development methods. It is an in-depth discussion of the methodology's history, priorities, properties, principles and techniques. We close with a look at the characteristics, roles and work products used in Crystal Clear, Crystal Orange and Crystal Orange Web. Learning objectives: Describe the Crystal Family of Agile development methods. Select an appropriate Crystal method for a given project. Identify the three "core" project properties. Differentiate between project properties and design principles. Identify the three most popular Crystal methodswww.pducast.com1.751.75
33Year 3Susanne MadsenPlanning and Initiating your Projectvideo42:07:09OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Planning and Initiating your Project
In this webinar project management coach Susanne Madsen takes you through the 14 suggested steps needed for initiating and planning your project. These 14 steps are not a theoretical approach but stem from her own experience as a PM and PM coach leading and consulting on projects. All the way from step 1 "Plan your work" through step 5 "Define project scope" to step 14 "Document the approach" she offers engaging examples and hands-on explanations that will help you in initiating and planning your own projects more systematically. As part of this webinar you will receive a free Project Initiation Document that brings everything learned together and and come alive. Learning objectives: Identify the criteria to be included in a stakeholder analysis matrix; Select factors that determine whether to use agile methodologies or waterfall methodologies; Choose content to be / not to be included in a Project Initiation Document (PID); Select the steps needed in risk identification; Identify the suggested 14 steps needed in initiating and planning your projectwww.pducast.com2.002.00
34Year 3Mark Price PerryPMO Success Storiesvideo42:02:52OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: PMO Success Stories
In his webinar Business Driven PMO Success Stories, Mark Price Perry takes you from the question "Why do PMOs fail?" to the understanding that Project Management Offices need to have a clearly agreed mandate from the management team. He uses a real life case study example of a failed PMO, shows how the turnaround was achieved and then describes how these lessons learned were applied to 5 PMOs from around the world leading to their success. Learning objectives: Indicate the top three reasons why PMOs fail, according to PMO research conducted by numerous industry sources; Identify the concepts of a business-driven PMO; Differentiate between technical project management and business driven project management; Choose stakeholder biases ; Select the top areas of waste associated with setting up a new PMO and correcting a failing PMOwww.pducast.com2.002.00
35Year 3Elizabeth HarrinCustomer-Centric Project Managementvideo31:15:58OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Customer-Centric Project Management
Customer-Centric Project Management was born out of Elizabeth Harrin's realization that their internal IT department received consistently poor feedback on the services delivered. In this engaging presentation Elizabeth introduces you to the concepts of C-CPM, how it was applied in their services department and on projects, and gives you an 8-step approach on how you can implement C-CPM in your own organization. Learning objectives: Identify characteristics of C-CPM; Indicate best practices of implementing C-CPM; Choose the steps necessary to implement C-CPMwww.pducast.com1.251.25
36Year 3Mike Graupner, PMPTransitioning to a Team Leadervideo51:48:28OSP International LLC
The PDU Podcast: Transitioning to a Team Leader
This is an actionable webinar in which Mike Graupner, PMP helps you master four areas of team leadership. They are: How to develop a management perspective; Handling changes in relationships; Understanding what the team needs from you; and Communicating effectively. The presentation is packed with Mike's own experience and best practices of transitioning from a "normal" project manager to a successful, respected team leader. Applying his recommendations will set you apart from everyone else. Have pen and paper ready during the presentation to take notes and create your own checklist of items you want to start implementing tomorrow. Learning objectives: Identify areas for developing a management perspective; Choose ways of handling changes in relationships; Select team needs; Indicate effective communication through team meetings.www.pducast.com1.751.75
Total PDUs awarded in Year 3
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