Our first chapter meeting of the season is an in-person event at Mirabeau Park Hotel, September 21st.
An optional Pre-Dinner Meeting begins at 3:30pm: Evolved & New Project Management Scheduling Technologies by Microsoft
The future of Project, Program and Portfolio Technologies are evolving to better serve a wider and more diverse workforce. Come learn what Microsoft has done and is doing with Collaboration, Scheduling and Task/Work management tools to help you optimize and simplify your work. Earns 2 Technical PDUs
The Dinner Meeting begins at 5:15pm with the opportunity to see your peers in person. The Dinner topic is: Confessions of a Project Execution CEO: Evolving, Adapting and Optimizing your Implementation Delivery and Culture in Today’s Uncertain Business Landscape. Earns 1 Strategic PDU.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19, masks are required when not seated for dinner.
Join us for book club! We'll be reading Risk Up Front: Managing Projects in a Complex World by Brad Rubenstein and Adam Josephs. Get a copy of the book (Available at our local Auntie's Bookstore or at Amazon) and read by Sept 23rd, then meet with the group to discuss. You'll earn 1 PDU for each hour spent reading (which you'll self-report on the PMI website).
Our organizations are complicated – your IT team may run Agile squads, your PMs work in a traditional PMO, and business units have “just do it” initiatives running. How do YOU stay on top of this change? In the roundtable forum Matt McCoy will introduce the topic, collect the teams’ challenges, and facilitate conversations around best practices.
Be ready to engage, learn, and share with project and portfolio managers across the area!
Our host: Matt McCoy is Director of Implementation Solutions at Liberty Mutual Insurance, where he manages a diverse portfolio of operations, customer, and independent agent experience projects. Outside of Liberty Mutual, Matt is a past president of PMI Inland Northwest and recently taught Managing Complex Projects in Gonzaga’s MBA program.
This event earns 1 Strategic PDU.
For this Professional Development Day (PDD) we have two great speakers and dynamic presentations:
Both sessions will be packed with information, practical activities, an opportunity to share information and plenty of humor and laughs. This is a one of a kind event available in the Inland Northwest in 2021 and is not to be missed.
Send questions or payments to:
PMI Inland Northwest Chapter
PO Box 694
Veradale, WA 99037-0694
To pay for events, make checks payable to PMIINW. Checks must be postmarked by posted deadlines for each event.