Employing PM as a Critical Decision-Making Process & Tool
David Offenkrantz, MBA, PMP
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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Mon Ami Gabi, Reston Town Center
11950 Democracy Drive
Reston, VA, 20190
11:00 am: Networking
12:00 pm: Program
PMIWDC Members $30
*Lunch will be served
Learning objectives for employing PM as a critical decision-making process and tool:
• How the paradigm of PM thinking is transferable
• It’s all about the risk/reward ratio
• Handling constrained resources
Project Managers are successful by learning to focus on multiple criteria and knowledge areas to gather and organize information. This disciplined process and way of thinking are a useful framework and construct for examining many business decisions - this disciplined way of thinking is transferable.
Mon Ami Gabi is located in Reston, Va. in the Reston Town Center
About the Speaker
David Offenkrantz, MBA, PMP
David Offenkrantz, MBA, PMP is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional and Past-President of the Washington, DC chapter of PMI. During David’s tenure as Chair/President, the chapter passed the 10,000 member milestone. He is a Project & Program Manager for Hewlett-Packard and the 2014-2016 PMI Region 5 Mentor.
A dynamic and engaging presenter, he has spoken domestically and internationally on project management, leadership, and communication best practices for PMI and other organizations. David’s consulting experience spans both the commercial and government sectors for several Fortune 500 companies and US government contractors providing Human Resources, IT/Telecommunications, and Financial Services solutions.
Mr. Offenkrantz earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Marymount University and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from ESI/George Washington University. He has a BA in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
About the Reston Local Community
Each month, PMIWDC Reston Local Community volunteers strive to bring you interesting and informative speakers from a wide range of professions. They present these speakers to you at the Leidos building or other organization located at Reston Town center. This is an opportunity to network with other professionals of the PMI. The conference center at Leidos offers a maximum seating of approximately 30 guests. Pre-registration is required. Luncheons are held every third Wednesday of the month. If you are interested in presenting please contact the PMIWDC Staff who can put you in touch with the Luncheon Committee Volunteers. List of past events can be viewed below. Please follow PM Reston on facebook.