Reimagining Culture to Drive Business Results

Pierre Le Manh chats with Fortune Media CEO, Alan Murray, to discuss how leaders and organizations can reimagine workplace culture to attract and retain top talent.

Written by Michael DePrisco • 18 Jan 2023

Reimagining Workplace Culture to Drive Business Results - Interview with Fortune Media and PMI CEOs

PMI President and CEO, Pierre Le Manh, and Fortune Media CEO, Alan Murray, discuss strategies for fostering a great workplace culture throughout your organization, especially in a remote or hybrid environment. They also share new ways of onboarding, collaborating, working, and the role project managers can play in helping workforces thrive.

The workplace is going through a widespread cultural reimagination as organizations continue to navigate distributed workforces. As new industries, practices, and technologies emerge, project professionals and their teams are challenged to pivot quickly and work even more efficiently – no matter where they are – to deliver value in our changing world.

One of the aspects often lost in the conversation: culture. PMI President and CEO, Pierre Le Manh, and Fortune Media CEO, Alan Murray, discuss strategies for fostering healthy workplace culture when divergent stressors that executives and their employees face are front-and-center – from leaders concerned about productivity to workers concerned about workload. Project professionals can prove invaluable to all parties during workforce evolutions.

In the video above, Le Manh and Murray discuss new ways of onboarding, collaborating and working, plus the role project professionals – and their skills in organization, communication, and leadership – can play in helping workforces thrive.

Check out the interview on here.

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Michael DePrisco
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As Chief Operating Officer (COO), Michael (Mike) DePrisco provides executive leadership to the Global Operations Group, supporting more than 1.4M active certification holders, 680,000 members, and 300 chapters from over 200 countries. He is responsible for the Product Portfolio, EPMO, Culture & Change Management, Digital Group, and Customer Care teams. His team's focus is on excellence in the execution of all major change initiatives at the Institute, digital product delivery and customer support, and optimization of ways of working, culture and change management.

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