18. August 2022 - Author: Robert Baumgartner

Aug 18, 2022 – Webinar: Creativity and Project Management: Why Should You Care?

Aug 18, 2022 – Webinar: Creativity and Project Management: Why Should You Care?

Creativity and Project Management: Why Should You Care?

Invitation

Dear Members and Friends of the Project Management Group – Germany e.V.,

In cooperation with our partner, The Connecting DOT, we are pleased to present you our extra ordinary guestspeaker, Stephanie Barnes, whose job title as a Chief Chaos Organiser may tell you everything but makes you curious, for sure. Our webinar will be held in English, but your questions can also be raised up in German.

Creativity and Project Management: Why Should You Care?

Creativity, why it’s important now more than ever (hint: it helps build our sustainable leadership skills), and how it can be added it to projects and meetings in a simple, fun way.

In this webinar participants will learn why activating and re-learning our creativity is so important to our success now and in the future–technology isn’t the key to the future, tapping into our innate creativity is what will enable us to thrive. Our participants will experience 2-3 short activities which they can add to their meetings and projects to help their project teams do things differently in a world that is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous.

Traditionally, organisations have focused on making work look like a traditional industrial assembly line — logical and specialised. However, in today’s digital age, work is not a production line, production lines don’t need curiosity or learning, they rely on workers to do their task as efficiently and effectively as possible.

In the digital age, work wants and needs curiosity and learning. Our work is context sensitive, and we need space and time to think and reflect, ask questions, and try things out. The things our work ants were educated out of us through production line thinking.

What we need is to reintroduce the things that have been forgotten: creativity and playfulness.

By reactivating these things, things we once instinctively knew, and infusing them into our work activities we are better able to adapt to an ever-evolving environment, and create organisations that are more innovative, flexible, engaged and sustainable.

Integrating art, artistic attitudes, and a creative practice into our work/processes creates a different way of working and builds our sustainable leadership skills. It enables the adoption of agile/flexible behaviours and culture change which in turn allows the digital transformation of our organisations, so that they are successful in our knowledge age future.

 

wb220818: Stephanie Barnes, Chief Chaos Organiser, Entelechy, stephanie@realisation-of-potential.com, +49-179-854-8376, www.realisation-of-potential.com
wb220818: Stephanie Barnes, Chief Chaos Organiser, Entelechy, stephanie@realisation-of-potential.com, +49-179-854-8376, www.realisation-of-potential.com

 

Stephanie Barnes

Stephanie has over 25 years successful, experience in knowledge management and accounting in the High Technology, Health Care, and Public Accounting sectors.

She is an author of several books, chapters, and articles on knowledge management as well as an accomplished artist having had exhibitions in Toronto and Berlin.

For more than 10 years Stephanie has pioneered the radical idea that our current knowledge management practices do not go far enough in the support of knowledge work and knowledge workers.

In 2020 published her first article, “Radical KM” in the Gesellschaft für Wissensmanagements “Kuratiertes Dossier”. The PDF version of the publication can be found here: https://www.gfwm.de/kuratiertes-dossier-gkc20/.

Another, longer version of the paper was published in July 2021 and can be found here: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frai.2021.598807/full.

A second article the focuses more on implementation will be published in March 2022 in the journal, Business Information Review.

Stephanie can be found on the web at www.realisation-of-potential.com, and LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/stephanieabarnes.

Agenda

18.00 Opening
18.10 Welcome and start of the PMG-G webinar with Robert Baumgartner, VP Finance + Sponsoring
18.15 ‘Creativity and Project Management: Why Should You Care?‘ with Stephanie Barnes
19.15 Latest & Greatest from PMG-G with Robert Baumgartner, VP Finance + Sponsoring
19.25 Networking
19.30 End of today’s Webinar

PDU’s

Our event takes 1hr of speech and dialogue which enables you to claim for 1 PDU. The acceptance of your claim fully lies on responsibility of the PMI – Project Management Institute. You should follow the PDU allocation below when logging on to CCRS: https://authentication.pmi.org

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0 PDU 0 PDU 1 PDU

If you’re not too sure how to claim your PDU’s on CCRS you can follow our guideline below:
https://www.pmg-g.de/beantragung-ihrer-pdus/

Technical: Knowledge, skills, and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program, and Portfolio Management.
Leadership: Knowledge, skills and behaviors specific to leadership-oriented, cross-cutting skills that help an organization achieve its business goals.
Strategic and business management: Knowledge of and expertise in the industry or organization that enhances performance and better delivers business outcomes.

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Link to online participation: https://www.pmg-g.de

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