ENACTUS at UVA is hosting a Project Management Conference with PMIWDC because through these dynamic seminars and workshops, the PMs and other ENACTUS members will be presented with the use of effective project management methodologies in various ENACTUS projects. Please note that this program is only open to UVA students and professors. No registration is required for these individuals.
Date and Location
Saturday, November 9, 2013, 11am - 1:45pm Newcomb Hall, Kaleidoscope Room University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 22903
- Introduction to Workshop
- Managing an ENACTUS Project
- Industry specific project ideas
- Application of PMI concepts on formulating a new project
- Presentations by the team and feedback
- Obtaining a CAPM Certification
- Thank you and Lunch
The George Washington University (GWU) Project Management Association (PMA) Seminar Series is holding a program in coordination with PMIWDC and Deloitte.
The majority of attendance will be from GWU students, but there is limited space for interested PMIWDC members based on space-availability. To register, please visit http://deloittecasestudynetworking.eventbrite.com/
Date and Location
Wednesday, November 6, 2013, 5:30pm - 9:00pm
The George Washington University
2201 G St NW
Washington, DC 20037
This program is for GMU students who would like to learn new methods and tools in order to successfully carry out a project from beginning to end. Additionally, this event will give students the opportunity to meet representatives from Delta Sigma Pi-GMU and Enactus-GMU and hear about how they can get involved on campus through these organizations. Please note that this program is only open to GMU students and professors. No registration is required for these individuals.
Date and Location
Saturday, August 17, 2013, 1:00pm - 2:30pm GMU – Fairfax Campus, SUB II, Room VIP II
SIFE at UVA is hosting a Project Management Conference with PMIWDC because through these dynamic seminars and workshops, the PMs and other SIFE members will be presented with the use of effective project management methodologies in various SIFE projects.
Many other leaders of project-oriented organizations affiliated with the Commerce Council and the University of Virginia will also find these presentations very beneficial, as well as many McIntire students as a career resource. During the conference, four PMI volunteers from different career disciplines will speak on various topics in project management, such as communication, goal-setting, etc.
Read more and sign up at http://bit.ly/nVIGKh
The PMI South Florida Chapter will be a holding a Project Management Day of Excellence event to focus on Project Management as a Strategic Competency.
Leading this discussion will be Mr. Ricardo Viana Vargas, PMP, Current PMI Chair, who will be addressing South Florida business community leaders at a special morning session of the Executive Roundtable through their Center of Excellence (COE) Program.
Read more and register at mdayofexcellence.southfloridapmi.org
The BA career in the DC/MD/VA Metro area; and, PMBoK - BABoK ALIGNMENT: PMs and BAs working in tandem to increase value to the customer.
Dates and Location
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
from 6:00pm - 8:00pm
1395 Piccard Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Strategic Partner Event hosted by
Dr. Shelton Rhodes
“A Piece of the Pie”
Location and Date
Thursday, July 17, 2008
6:00pm to 8:00pm EST
Metro DC ASTD is an ASTD Chapter of Excellence, recognized as a regional association for workplace performance professionals. The chapter provides members with a forum for professional development opportunities and resources to improve the workplace learning and performance industry.
Advanced Project Management Training Seminar
An advanced course for experienced PMs on the human factors and
practices that contribute to effective management of project teams.
About the Course
Target Audience: Experienced Project Managers and PMPs
Providing 14 PDUs
Course Length: 14 hours – 2 class days from 9:00am – 5:00pm
Dates and Location
Thursday and Friday, June 5 and 6, 2008
The PMIWDC Chapter to Chapter Program is focused on establishing and maintaining a series of relationships between our Chapter and other chapters outside of the United States. These relationships are built to be mutually beneficial and typically include exchanging speakers, exchanging members and sharing information.
Corporate Outreach Program
The PMIWDC Corporate Outreach Program promotes the project management profession to the business leaders who employ our members. For this initiative, the term “corporate” applies to any and all public, private, and nonprofit organizations.
Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN) Event - Becoming Agile…in an Imperfect World
When: December 4, 6:30-9pm Where: Best Western Westpark - Tyson's Corner
To Register: http://aplndc.pbwiki.com/
How can your organization best adopt agile with so many constraints? This session introduces a unique approach to agile adoption efforts covering important concepts adopting values not practices, the difference between education and training, readiness assessments, and the process of organizational change.
The Association of Business Process Management Professionals is a non-profit, vendor independent professional organization dedicated to the advancement of business process management concepts and its practices. ABPMP has local chapters in several US areas (including DC) and has many more forming in the US and internationally.
The DC Chapter offers an event nearly every month, from free “Breakfast with BPM” to a more formal dinner seminar following the PMI model (networking, dinner, and a keynote speaker). You’ll have an opportunity to meet other professionals in the DC area facing the same business problems as you: