March McPherson Square Luncheon - Douglas Clark - "PMI's Practice Standard for Scheduling”

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Event Date

“PMI's Practice Standard for Scheduling”


Douglas Clark


Date and Agenda:

Wednesday March 25, 2009
11:30am - Networking
12:00 through 1:00pm - Presentation
1 PDU Credit for Certified PMPs


  • No fee, PMI membership not required


Residence Inn by Marriott
Lincoln Room
1199 Vermont Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005

About the Speaker

Widely recognized as an industry expert in project management, Clark is a founding board member for the Project Management Institute's (PMI) College of Scheduling. He recently volunteered his experience and insight to the organization as the project manager for PMI's Practice Standard for Scheduling, which was completed in 2007. Clark is also a member of the Standards Consensus Body for PMI. He often shares his expertise, speaking at industry events and contributing to technology and business articles.

Douglas Clark is Chief Executive Officer of Métier. He is the inventor of the patented concepts in WorkLenz. Responsible for Métier’s corporate vision and strategic plan, Clark brings over 25 years of technology expertise and management experience to his role as the leader of the Métier management team.

Prior to founding Métier, Clark was executive vice president of international systems integrator, LANSystems. While at LANSystems he led the rapid growth of the company’s Washington, D.C. branch, tripling revenue in his first year. While at IBM, he developed information technology solutions for complex satellite command and control ground systems for the U.S. military and commercial clients. Prior to IBM, Clark spent ten years as an analyst at the National Security Agency (NSA). Clark was part of the first set of NSA teams to rapidly deploy to combat zones to provide national intelligence to field commanders. Clark was also selected to participate in an intense cryptologic skills course, where he graduated at the head of his class.


  1. From the South, take I-395 N to Washington
  2. Continue on 14th St NW
  3. Turn left at K St NW
  4. Turn right at Vermont Ave NW
  1. From the North, head southwest on I-95 S toward Capital Beltway/I-495 E
  2. Take exit 22B for Balt/Wash Pkwy S toward Washington
  3. Merge onto MD-295 S
  4. Take the exit onto New York Ave/US-50 W toward Washington
  5. Turn right at 1st St NW
  6. Turn left at N St NW
  7. Turn left at 13th St NW
  8. Turn right at M St NW
  9. Turn right at Thomas Circle NW
  10. Slight right at Vermont Ave NW

    Garage Parking $16.00
    Meter parking is available
    Closest metro stop: McPherson Square
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