Project Management vs. Change Management: Which Should Lead?
Jon Weinstein, PMP
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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Tower III Conference Facility, Curie & Drew Conference Rooms
1710 SAIC Drive
McLean, VA, 22102
- 11:30 am: Networking begins
- 12:00 - 1:00 pm: Program
- Keynote Speaker: ‘Jon Weinstein, PMP
This Session is free of charge. Pre-registration is required.
Is change management simply an element of project management or a separate and distinct discipline? Should one take precedence over the other or should they be inextricably linked or integrated? These questions are being heard more frequently as the practice of change management has increased. Confusion between their relationship and compatibility is fueling an emerging debate between about the role of these disciplines, their practice, and their deployment in organizations. This presentation will identify and discuss the key gaps and compatibilities of these critical disciplines. The information will be delivered from the perspective of both the Change Management Leader and the Project/Program Manager. Jon will engage participants in a dialogue about the battle between these two disciplines highlighting key elements of each discipline that are critical to the success of both when deployed on projects.
In Tysons Corner, entries into parking from Hwy 7, near intersections of Westpark Drive or Greensboro Drive. Photo ID is required. SAIC Drive is a roundabout at the end of ‘Solutions Drive.’ Guest parking is free. Easiest to enter at front of building marked by circular drive and flagpoles (large glass atrium).
About the Speaker
Jon Weinstein, PMP
Jon Weinstein, PMP, is President of Line of Sight, a firm delivering organizational change, strategic planning, project management, and business process improvement services. He has 20+ years of experience in these areas, working with clients of varying sizes – from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms - and in a wide variety of sectors – including government, IT, insurance, healthcare, and transportation. Jon is the author of two books: "Achieving Project Management Success in the Federal Government" (Management Concepts: 2010) and the forthcoming "The Government Manager’s Guide to Project Management" (Management Concepts: August 2013)."
About the Tyson's Corner Luncheons
PMIWDC holds free monthly luncheon meetings in Tyson's Corner, hosted by SAIC Corporation.
Bring your lunch, or visit the onsite cafeteria. PDU credits are be available for Project Management Professionals (PMPs).
Membership in PMI is not required, but all guests should pre-register to attend.