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PM in the AM Quarterly Educational Breakfast
Conversation to Commitment
Tools, tricks and cues for turning requirements into actionable workplans
President and Principal, alterthought.com
Wednesday, March 4th, 2009
at the National Press Club
View a summary abstract of the presentation (50kb PDF)
For more information, contact alterthought.com
PM in theA.M.Presentation
- Cutting-edge expertise
- Good food
- Connect with other PMs
- No-nonsense format
- PDU Credit
The breakfast will begin promptly at 8:00 am at the National Press Club in downtown Washington.
Wednesday, March4th, 2009
7:30 am- 8:00am : Registration and Networking
8:00 am - 9:00 am : Featured Presentation / Sit-down Breakfast
529 14th Street NW
Registration and Costs
Registration costs $40 for PMIWDC Members, $50 for non-members. Preregistration is required
Cancellations and refund requests area ccepted up to 24 hours prior to the event's start. We cannot offer refundsrequested after that time.
About the Program
Conversation to Commitment
- Estimate application development projects in hours, not weeks
- Quickly and confidently enter feature negotiation with customers
- Envision a consistent estimation and budgeting process for your teams
- Bridge the gap between Agile-oriented and Plan-driven estimation
- Understand how to build practical, repeatable work plans
About the Speaker
Sunjay's industry exposure includes: Financial Services, Healthcare, Retail, Online Gaming, Internet Media/Advertising, Telecommunications, Enterprise Software, and Software-as-a-Service. His notable company exposure includes: Wachovia, Keane Consulting, CapitalOne, Circuit City, Anthem BCBS, Verizon, AOL, Advertising.com, and Bank of America.
Sunjay was responsible for leading ALTERthought's leadership team to envision, articulate and execute the business strategy for the firm leading to an expansion of the consulting business as well as the investment/ development of two Software-as-a-Service concepts: Planix: http://planixonline.com – IT Estimation & Project Management and Oyogi: http://oyogi.com – Enterprise Knowledge Networking via Instant Messaging. He was also responsible for helping to identify, shape, and negotiate a Joint Venture to launch a spin-out algorithmic hedge fund: Canal Street Capital. He has served in a Program Management role for successful online advertising company acquired by AOL, Led the build out and re-engineering as Interim CTO for successful on-line gaming company acquired in 2005.
He possesses a BA in English from Appalachian State University and an MS in the Management of Information Technology from The University of Virginia.
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