Topic: PMI Talent Triangle
While technical skills are core to successful project and program management, PMI research states they’re not enough in today’s increasingly complex and competitive global marketplace. Organizations are seeking added skills in leadership and business intelligence — competencies that can support long-range strategic objectives that contribute to the bottom line.
The PMI Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program was updated 12/1/2015 to ensure PMI certification holders are equipped to be relevant in an ever-changing business environment. The focus on developing additional skills to meet the changing Project Management industry is as important as ever. Chris Grassmuck, PMI, CSM and Senior Technical Project Manager with IBM, will discuss:
Join the 2019 Project Management Symposium "Turning Knowledge into Practice" at UMD Project Management Center for Excellence on May 9-10, 2019. Earn up to 12 PDUs in the PMI Talent Triangle towards maintaining your PMP certification. The symposium includes sessions on Projects Leadership, Agile and IT, Stakeholder Management, Federal Programs, Risk Management, Construction Management, Enterprise PMOs, and more.
2019 PMI® SeminarsWorld®
13-16 May 2019
The Project Management Institute (PMI) presents its SeminarsWorld May 13 - 16 at the Westin DC City Center, 1400 M Street, NW., Washington DC. Earn up to 28 PDUs toward maintaining your PMI certifications.
Topic: 9 Habits of Project Leaders
There are no shortcuts to achieving excellence in leadership. Seasoned project managers know that the qualities that bring about successful business results come from experience and daily practice. They also know that measurable improvements can come from simple, positive changes in how people work, interact, and grow together to create meaningful relationships.
9 Habits of Project Leaders is about transforming a good project manager into a great project leader by adding nine simple yet powerful habits to the project execution toolbox. Arun Singhal and Puja Bhatt collected real data, through interviews and surveys, from more than 50 top-level project professionals from diverse industries over a period of 30 years, yielding the top common-sense habits of effective leadership, specifically tailored to the field of project management.
The Project Management Institute (PMI®) Southern Maryland Chapter is pleased to offer a 4-day Project Management Professional (PMP) Accelerated Prep Course that will provide a very thorough review of Project Managemnt Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) content and concepts in order to prepare students to take the PMP or CAPM exam. This course is aimed at assisting those who have been previously exposed to the PMBOK and PMI's methodologies.
UM Technology Ventures Building
5018 College Avenue, Seminar Rm. 1121
College Park, MD 20740
Topic: Negotiating: Three Key Strategies for Success
A presentation for Project Managers and Program Managers with a focus on successful negotiation strategies. A review of agile techniques and approaches to leverage project management PMBOK best practices and processes to positively negotiate with cross-functional stakeholders to effectively manage project and contract requirements in the business world.
The recipe for successful implementation of mission critical projects and strategic initiatives requires strong negotiation strategies during the entire project lifecycle. Debra Brown will share some tangible approaches and strategies to navigate through complex technology and project changes utilizing negotiation skills to maintain engagement of diverse stakeholders for project success.