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Building the skills of a resilient team - Jonathan Norman

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PMI UK Webinar - 21 April 2020 - Mentimeter Results

Whilst many project organizations focus effort on lessons learned and avoiding past mistakes, a resilient project organization is one that is based on equipping its project teams to learn for the future.

In this session Jonathan will explore the following:

• Learn from the past, present and future. The key factors that enable assimilating the lessons of the past, learning ‘in the now’ and building resilience
• Create a Rhythm for Knowledge Sharing. The analogy of the Drum Kit for project communications.
• Build a Network of Brokers. The role of key individuals in influencing behaviour and encouraging learning
• Add Social to Your Organization’s Routines. How social learning can be added to the mix
• Create the Tools for Immediate Sharing. Tools and techniques to support immediate knowledge gaps
• Build Resilience. Future-focused activities to build project and team resilience.

The mix of models, ideas and techniques should provide you with food for thought as well as actions and activities with which you can experiment and then adopt or adapt to your own project environment.

Speaker - Jonathan Norman

Jonathan manages the Major Projects Knowledge Hub on behalf of the Major Projects Association. After 30 years as a business book publisher, during which he published a number of ‘milestone’ titles on projects and programme management under the Gower imprint, and designed and launched the GPMFirst community of practice for project managers, Jonathan joined the Major Projects Association in 2017.

Since then he has been responsible for managing the knowledge repository, designing and developing a series of activities, events and processes to facilitate knowledge sharing.

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