You do not want to miss this month’s meeting! We are hosting award-winning futurist and best-selling author Thornton May, a dynamic and engaging personality that you are sure to enjoy. His last visit to our chapter 2 years ago was the most highly rated and highly attended meeting that year. You will take home invaluable insights and actionable information. Be sure to attend the February 20 meeting! Register now to save your spot!
The Impact of Revolutionary Change on Project Managers & Project Management
Every aspect of human existence, every vertical market, and every functional discipline is experiencing revolutionary change. In the 1990’s we “reengineered” and “webified”. In the aughts [2000-2009] we “mobilized”. In the first half of the second decade of the 21st century we “datified”. In 2017 we deal with the impacts of machine learning and conversational A.I. [e.g., Alexa, Google Home, Cortana and Siri]. Award-winning futurist and best-selling author Thornton May will explore what all this change means for project managers and project management.
In August 2019, PMI announced the acquisition of Disciplined Agile. In this session, attendees will learn:
This month, Neil covers two topics on Agile and Project Management. Part 1 discusses some of the reasons why Agile teams run into problems and how to overcome them. Part 2 discusses some of the project manager traits that lead projects (agile or not) to either be successful or run into problems.
Eric Lucas will present methods for identifying and finding good Project Manager candidates and will provide tips on how to interview for a Project Manager position from both the hiring manager and the candidate’s perspective. During the second half of the meeting, we will have an open forum with local recruiters answering questions on the local market, sourcing candidates, and getting a Project Manager position. Great advice for candidates and for hiring managers!
As more organizations recognize the benefits of an Agile approach within their teams, many are starting to scale up and apply Agile framework to their enterprise. How does an organization scale Agile to the enterprise level? As several local organizations have started on their enterprise Agile journey, we’re fortunate to have the opportunity to hear from Richard Hall, CTO of Acosta, share the story of his company’s Enterprise Agile Transformation. He will talk about current trends in technology and in particular the switch to a product-centric approach to technology. He will share his experience and in particular talk about the current transformation underway at Acosta.
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For many Program, Project, or Construction Managers, a complex project seems to be a labyrinth filled with many hidden dangers and unknown risks. This discussion provides an overview of the navigational tools for this complex labyrinth.