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Projectified[R] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.

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Projectified[R] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.

    Healthcare Innovation: Keeping the Focus on Patients

    Healthcare Innovation: Keeping the Focus on Patients

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    The pandemic has healthcare providers pursuing innovation like never before—but they must also ensure those cutting-edge ideas and technologies deliver value to patients. We discuss this with:

    Antoinette de Bont, dean of the Tilburg School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Tilburg University, the Netherlands: She discusses the BigMedilytics project—an initiative that aims to bring data science and healthcare together—and how project leaders can help team members collaborate.

    Christine DeVol, PMP, director of the enterprise project management team at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, USA: She shares how her team—the 2021 PMO of the Year Award winner—pivoted and reprioritized its project portfolio as COVID-19 spread. DeVol also discusses a project to help connect new cancer patients to experts quickly and safely.
     Key themes
    [01:34] Exploring new ways to use big data in healthcare
    [04:41] Improving collaboration 
    [07:22] How data science could transform patient care
    [09:36] How Moffitt Cancer Center adapted during COVID-19
    [15:28] Ensuring innovation delivers value to patients 

    • 17 min
    Looking Back at 2021—and Ahead to 2022

    Looking Back at 2021—and Ahead to 2022

    As 2021 comes to an end, project leaders are looking back at what they’ve accomplished—and ahead to 2022. Projectified[R]  reconnects with guests from the last year to discuss the lessons they’ve learned, the biggest changes they’ve seen, the emerging must-have skills and what lies ahead in the new year.

    Guests include: Sevi Rich, BHP in Perth, Australia; Kris Sprague, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals in Tarrytown, New York, USA; Alice Chow, Arup in Hong Kong; Leyla Zelaya, United Nations Environment Programme in San Salvador, El Salvador; and Miguel Monteiro, Emaar in Dubai.

    • 18 min
    The Future of Fintech: Customer-Centricity Fuels Innovation

    The Future of Fintech: Customer-Centricity Fuels Innovation

    The financial services sector is evolving—using new technologies to meet changing customer preferences. We discuss the future of fintech with: 

    Michal Raczka, PMP, IT director at mBank, Warsaw, Poland: Raczka discusses how shifting demographics and customer habits are pushing digital transformation in the financial services sector, plus how low-code platforms are helping his teams deliver innovative products.

    Kimwood Mott, project manager, digital currency implementation at Central Bank of the Bahamas, Nassau: Mott discusses creating Sand Dollar, the first government-backed digital currency—that’s number 5 on our Most Influential Projects list. He talks through how the team built buy-in and his advice to other leaders looking to launch similar projects.

    • 17 min
    Humility & Vulnerability: The New Leadership Mindset

    Humility & Vulnerability: The New Leadership Mindset

    Change is constant in The Project Economy. That means project leaders must adapt and evolve, too. Our guests discuss how leadership strategies are shifting—and offer hands-on advice for bringing out the best in teams.

    Tim Munden, chief learning officer and head of employee wellbeing at Unilever in London, discusses the move away from a command-and-control leadership model to one characterized by humility and vulnerability. He also offers tips for creating a more inclusive culture by leaders listening to team members and modeling the behavior they want to see.

    Plus, three project leaders discuss the changing leadership landscape: Jaspreet Dol, CAPM, PMP, DXC Technology in Manila, the Philippines; Geetha Gopal, PMP, Panasonic in Singapore; and Neeraja Ganesh, Aspire For Her in Bengaluru. 

    • 16 min
    One Giant Leap for Space Exploration

    One Giant Leap for Space Exploration

    Buckle up—the world is entering a new era of spaceflight as startup commercial ventures join forces with government agencies. We discuss turning cutting-edge innovation into reality with:

    Jermey Gajadhar, PMP, program manager at Virgin Galactic, Mojave, California: Gajadhar talks about building a project management foundation at Virgin Galactic, mitigating risk and what’s next for commercial spaceflight. 

    Pierrik Vuilleumier, project manager at the European Space Agency, Noordwijk, the Netherlands: Vuilleumier discusses collaborating with established agencies and space startups on the Sentinel-6 project, and why teams must be ready to adapt and problem solve.

    • 17 min
    Leadership Lessons from Most Influential Projects 2021

    Leadership Lessons from Most Influential Projects 2021

    PMI’s 2021 Most Influential Projects highlights nearly 250 initiatives that deliver serious innovation in everything from healthcare to mobility. We discuss two of those projects with:

    Josh Katz, founder and CEO of YellowHeart, New York City: Katz discusses how his company collaborated with the Kings of Leon to create a first-of-its-kind NFT package—paving the way for other artists to use the emerging tech.

    Patrick Omondi, PhD, director, Wildlife Research and Training Institute, Naivasha, Kenya: Omondi discusses how the team overcame the challenges it faced conducting Kenya’s first systematic wildlife census and how the data will be used to protect the country’s wildlife—and its tourism sector.

    • 14 min

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