Shenandoah Valley Community

Announcing a New Local Community!

The DC Chapter of the Project Management Institute is pleased to host a new quarterly meeting in Winchester, VA. Membership in PMI and/or the DC Chapter is not required, however PDUs will be available for Project Management Professionals (PMPs). The presentations delivered are educational and informative to those with an interest in the field of project management. Each event will present specific learning points, unique to the presenter's area of expertise and the subject matter discussed while directly relating to improving the practice of managing projects and leading others.

Pre-registration is recommended.

  • Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

    $0.00
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    This event goes from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm on February 26th.

    About the Program

    This presentation will detail the many service offerings from both PMI and the PMI Washington, D.C. Chapter. It will show you how PMI resources can increase your knowledge, grow your network and advance your career.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

  • Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
    -

    This event goes from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm on February 26th.

    About the Program

    This presentation will detail the many service offerings from both PMI and the PMI Washington, D.C. Chapter. It will show you how PMI resources can increase your knowledge, grow your network and advance your career.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

  • Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
    -

    This event goes from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm on February 26th.

    About the Program

    This presentation will detail the many service offerings from both PMI and the PMI Washington, D.C. Chapter. It will show you how PMI resources can increase your knowledge, grow your network and advance your career.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

  • Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
    -

    This event goes from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm on February 26th.

    About the Program

    This presentation will detail the many service offerings from both PMI and the PMI Washington, D.C. Chapter. It will show you how PMI resources can increase your knowledge, grow your network and advance your career.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Maximizing the Value of Your PMI Membership

  • Using People Analytics to Recover Projects in Trouble

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
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    About the Program

    We will demonstrate how behaviors can be used to understand project challenges and people analytics can be used to recover projects in trouble.

    We will use a mini case study approach to engage participants in exploring the contribution of behaviors to common project problems, e.g., cost overruns, schedule delays, organizational power struggles and politics, and resourcing conflict.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Using People Analytics to Recover Projects in Trouble

  • Succeeding with Agile in the Federal Government

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
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    About the Program

    Agile Government does not need to be an oxymoron. In fact, Agile is congruent with our Government leaders' directives and acquisition regulations. However, execution often lags the setting of direction and the passing of laws and regulations. Large and bureaucratic organizations are slow to change. This session looks at what is driving Agile in the Government, the essential criteria for success with Agile, and common challenges and obstacles..

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Succeeding with Agile in the Federal Government

  • Succeeding with Agile in the Federal Government

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
    -

    About the Program

    Agile Government does not need to be an oxymoron. In fact, Agile is congruent with our Government leaders' directives and acquisition regulations. However, execution often lags the setting of direction and the passing of laws and regulations. Large and bureaucratic organizations are slow to change. This session looks at what is driving Agile in the Government, the essential criteria for success with Agile, and common challenges and obstacles..

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    Succeeding with Agile in the Federal Government

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