Events

PMI France Pole Monaco “Powerful Mind”

Date:

2019-04-02 18:00:00

Ending:

20:00:00

Location:

MonacoTech

Forewarned is forearmed !

Did you know that 100% of humans are the victims of cognitive biases? It’s unfortunately true and since you are human, you are one of these victims…
But what is it?

A cognitive bias is a pattern of deviation in judgment, whereby inferences about other people and situations may be drawn in an illogical fashion.

Cognitive bias are generally subconscious.

They specifically impact decision makers and Project Managers. We are ideal targets because we live under heavy pressure: time, costs, content of deliverables, quality of products, customer satisfaction, management and peer pressure, office politics…

Understanding and recognizing cognitive bias is extremely important in management and even more so in Project Management where quick decisions are often required.

As a Project Manager or member of a project team you certainly want to manage this risk. During this session you will learn to recognize the most common ones and use these forewarnings to be better armed to counter them.

Speaker : Michel Operto

Michel has managed IT projects for the past three decades for computer manufacturers and telco companies. Coming from an IT background, he has worked for renowned international companies such as Thomson Sintra, Digital Equipment, NCR, Nortel Networks and Orange. Many of his projects involved extended periods of work abroad: USA, England, Canada, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Japan, Switzerland, Poland… Michel currently runs a marketing Service Management Innovation programme using Agile approaches. He obtained the PMP® certification in 1998 and cofounded PMI France-Sud which he lead for several years. Additionally he has explored Prince2® and Agile approaches (Scrum, Kanban, Safe, Spotify…). Professionally, his passion remains project management and he runs a renowned francophone blog on project management best practices and leadership at http://DantotsuPM.com

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