As projects become increasingly diverse in nature, culture plays an undeniably critical role during the project execution. Cultures present themselves in many forms, including national, generational, and organizational. Responsible project management professionals should identify the various cultural risks that may impact projects and define mitigation plans to address such issues from the beginning.
In this seminar at the PMI South Saskatchewan 2013 Professional Development Conference, you will develop many of the cultural competencies needed in today’s world. You will learn how to adapt behaviors, how to avoid stereotyping, and how to communicate across the various cultures that project management professionals confront on a daily basis. This seminar will provide the essential diversity tools that will help enhance the skills required to successfully manage a multicultural and multigenerational project team.
This seminar is appropriate for intermediate and experienced project management professionals who work with multicultural and generationally diverse teams and who would like to deepen their understanding and learn how to adapt the critical skills and behaviors necessary for successful interactions across the many types of cultures present in a project environment.
November 13, 2013 at 8:30am – 4:30pm
Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan, 2125 Victoria Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada