Educational Seminars

PMIWDC's series of all-day seminars featuring top names in Project Management.
  • Managing Risk & Change in Information Technology Projects

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    Through a very interactive seminar combining lecture and workshops, participants will gain a much better idea of how best to deal with key risks on I.T. projects using both Agile approaches and traditional approaches.

    Participants will learn:

    • Key definitions, concepts and PMBOK® Guide processes involving Risk
    • To define key risks in your I.T. projects
    • How to use Agile to resolve I.T. project’s problems
    • The types of projects and types of risks that are good candidates for using traditional (Waterfall) approaches
    • Change Management & Configuration Management on I.T. projects
    • Process and documentation for Change Management/Configuration Management

    Managing Risk & Change in Information Technology Projects

  • SOLD OUT - Cybersecurity for the Non-Technical Program Manager

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    This seminar is designed to inform managers at government agencies of the requirements for security and privacy. The instructor will define the role of the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) and the Risk Management Framework (RMF) and tie them all together in such a way that even the non-technical Program Manager will understand. The seminar will be highly informative, include open discussion of current information security news and events, and provide attendees with a foundational understanding and importance of various cybersecurity mandates and guidelines.

    SOLD OUT - Cybersecurity for the Non-Technical Program Manager

  • Getting a Handle on Organizational Change and Change in Agile Projects

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    Do the people in your organization change because they are told to or need to? Do they resist? Any malicious compliance? Having fun yet? In this session, techniques are described for deploying new practices across the organization, and then how to manage process, people and scope changes within an Agile project.

    Getting a Handle on Organizational Change and Change in Agile Projects

  • Managing Agile Projects: Adaptive Planning & Full Life-Cycle

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    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Adaptive Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, and Agile Metrics for measuring and reporting on project progress. The Introduction to Agile class will introduce the student to the key reasons why an Agile approach is so essential for many projects today. We will review the principle Agile methodologies in use today, define the different stakeholder roles on Agile projects, the stages of the Agile project lifecycle, and how Lean and Value-driven delivery is applied throughout the stages of the Agile lifecycle. As we discuss these concepts, we will review key Agile estimating methods, prioritization schemes for rating value, voting methods and decision-making techniques, and also key techniques for improving communications and team performance. The class will go through different case examples to discuss how the key Agile approaches and tools-techniques are used.

    Managing Agile Projects: Adaptive Planning & Full Life-Cycle

  • Managing Agile Projects: Adaptive Planning & Full Life-Cycle

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    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Adaptive Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, and Agile Metrics for measuring and reporting on project progress. The Introduction to Agile class will introduce the student to the key reasons why an Agile approach is so essential for many projects today. We will review the principle Agile methodologies in use today, define the different stakeholder roles on Agile projects, the stages of the Agile project lifecycle, and how Lean and Value-driven delivery is applied throughout the stages of the Agile lifecycle. As we discuss these concepts, we will review key Agile estimating methods, prioritization schemes for rating value, voting methods and decision-making techniques, and also key techniques for improving communications and team performance. The class will go through different case examples to discuss how the key Agile approaches and tools-techniques are used.

    Managing Agile Projects: Adaptive Planning & Full Life-Cycle

  • Risk Management in Programs & Projects – Contemporary Best Practices in Project Management

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    In this advanced seminar, we examine risks within the risk life-cycle as it pertains to the “program” and its relationship to projects. This interactive seminar analyses the use of risk management in a range of different scenarios, case studies, and where projects become steadily more unpredictable and riskier. The seminar focuses on one case study, a program with multiple projects, and follows the event-and-decision timeline. The goal of risk management at a program level is to maximize the probability that the program meets its strategic goals and objectives.

    Risk Management in Programs & Projects – Contemporary Best Practices in Project Management

  • Introduction to Agile Bootcamp Course

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    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution. This course has been approved and earns all students the Certified IC Agile Professional designation upon completion of the course. Additionally, a total of 14 PDUs will be available upon completion of the course.

    Introduction to Agile Bootcamp Course

  • Introduction to Agile Bootcamp Course

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    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution. This course has been approved and earns all students the Certified IC Agile Professional designation upon completion of the course. Additionally, a total of 14 PDUs will be available upon completion of the course.

    Introduction to Agile Bootcamp Course

  • Agile and Government Contracting – Expert guidance for legally applying Agile contracting practices

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    About the Seminar

    This amazing training integrates the best of Agile with materials based on the Project Management Institute, "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" and extends it to Agile Government contracting and program management in total compliance with the FAR, DFARS, and OMB mandates. Making the Agile transition for many has been difficult and legally risky. Until now, that is! In this class, you will receive simplified, expert guidance for legally applying Agile contracting standards to any program.

    Agile and Government Contracting – Expert guidance for legally applying Agile contracting practices

  • Enterprise Agile Essentials

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    About the Course

    Agile is now a major movement within the project management profession. According to PMI’s 2017 “Pulse of the Profession,” 71% of organizations are using Agile at least some of the time. With the publication of the PMBOK® 6th Edition in September 2017, Agile is formally part of the industry canon.

    With this sea change in the profession, it is essential to project managers and leaders not only understand Agile, but also embrace it. Agile is not just coming, Agile is here!

    Enterprise Agile Essentials

  • Catalysts for Innovation, and Change: Project Innovation Best Practices

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    About the Seminar

    Projects are prime opportunities for innovation. However, many projects and managers avoid opportunities for innovation, opting instead to minimize risks by relying on established techniques and technologies, transferring risks to contractors, and rigidly sticking to plan. In this interactive workshop, we’ll examine the value of proactively incorporating innovation in both project processes and products, and the characteristics of managers who excel at innovating.

    Catalysts for Innovation, and Change: Project Innovation Best Practices

  • PMIWDC Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    The 2-Day PMI-ACP® Exam Prep Course is a thorough and comprehensive review of all materials required to successfully pass the PMI-ACP exam. For PMI's Agile Certification (PMI-ACP®), there is no comparable PMBOK® Guide (or Body of Knowledge) like what exists for the PMP® certification. Instead, PMI provides a reading list of eleven books they recommend students read before sitting for the exam, and a "Role Delineation Study" (RDS) that covers seven domains and numerous tasks and tools and techniques. So, in the two-day class, we will digest all the needed themes, topics, terminology and concepts addressed in these books, and the RDS, so that you are thoroughly prepared to pass the test.

    PMIWDC Agile Training Course

  • Hot or Not? Using Self-Assessments and Other Tools for Project Team Success

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    About the Seminar

    Team dynamics can differentiate projects and project managers with further leadership potential. Effective project managers understand principles of team formation and leverage varied techniques to develop their teams.

    Do you run projects with complicated team dynamics?

    Are you a Technical Rockstar who needs to beef up your people management skills? Want to revitalize the tools in your team development wheel house?

    Join us to learn new strategies for developing your project team. In this seminar, participants will explore the stages of team formation, the characteristics of a well-performing team, and how personal assessment tools can be used for team development.

    Hot or Not? Using Self-Assessments and Other Tools for Project Team Success

  • Making Good Project Managers into Great Leaders

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    About the Seminar

    While today’s organizations want to be agile, they are also looking for tomorrow’s leaders. You may not see the signs that the next step in your career will elevate you to this next level of senior leadership.

    But how do you get there? What will it take to get your career to this next level? How can you move from a management position to one of a leader: a senior leader within your industry or elsewhere? This interactive session puts aside the skills and knowledge you need to have to be a good project manager and focus on what you need to be a great leader.

    Making Good Project Managers into Great Leaders

  • PMIWDC Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    The 2-Day PMI-ACP® Exam Prep Course is a thorough and comprehensive review of all materials required to successfully pass the PMI-ACP exam. For PMI's Agile Certification (PMI-ACP®), there is no comparable PMBOK® Guide (or Body of Knowledge) like what exists for the PMP® certification. Instead, PMI provides a reading list of eleven books they recommend students read before sitting for the exam, and a "Role Delineation Study" (RDS) that covers seven domains and numerous tasks and tools and techniques. So, in the two-day class, we will digest all the needed themes, topics, terminology and concepts addressed in these books, and the RDS, so that you are thoroughly prepared to pass the test.

    PMIWDC Agile Training Course

  • Agile Essentials

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    Agile Essentials is a one-day course that will explore the key concepts and components of Agile software development. Per the Standish Group, Agile projects are three-times more likely to be successful than traditional, waterfall projects. Agile represents a new way of working and organizing projects and project teams.

    This course will provide an overview of the Agile landscape and provide a working understanding of common practices. The students will participate in several hands-on exercises to reinforce the concepts presented in class.

    Intended Audience: Both business and technology professionals who want to understand the transformational opportunities of Agile will benefit from this course, including:

    Agile Essentials

  • The Race to the South Pole, Panama Canal and Risk Management in Projects

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    About the Seminar

    Risk Management is becoming increasingly more important within projects as their complexity increases through the interdependencies of organizational elements and tracking of huge numbers of different interconnected tasks and activities. This interactive full-day workshop addresses the managing of principal stakeholders and the sponsors through the requirements process, and how they can unwittingly compromise the project.

    The Race to the South Pole, Panama Canal and Risk Management in Projects

  • PMIWDC Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution.

    PMIWDC Agile Training Course

  • PMP Leadership Challenges

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    About the Seminar

    If you are a PMP leader that is faced with supporting or seeking new business, you need to attend this seminar. In addition to your day-to-day operations and customer delivery responsibilities, PMP leaders like yourself is often required to support capture, proposal, and other related activities to meet company and personal goals. How can you strike the right balance between delivering on existing customer commitments and positioning their company for future work in order to grow their business? This seminar unlocks some of the major challenges PMP leaders and emerging leaders face—helping them become more efficient and effective capture and proposal leaders while minimizing the impact on their day jobs.

    PMP Leadership Challenges

  • Entrepreneurship and Project Management

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    About the Seminar

    With the rise of intrapreneurship (entrepreneurs within an organization), it has become essential for project managers to become versatile in what it means to be an entrepreneur in order to stay competitive on the market. This one day workshop on “Entrepreneurship and Project Management” will help project managers understand what it means to be an entrepreneur and the skills required to be a successful as an entrepreneur and an intrepreneur.

    This is a hands-on workshop with a variety of exercises, case-studies, and practical tools to adapt project management principles for success at each stage of entrepreneurship.

    Specific Objectives Include:

    Entrepreneurship and Project Management

  • PMO Startup - What Happens After the Award?

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    About the Seminar

    Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), Multiple Agency Contracts (MACs) and Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQs) - Most companies struggle with at least one aspect of a Project/Program Management Office (PMO) implementation. This session provides insights into:

    PMO Startup - What Happens After the Award?

  • Risk Management - Tools for the Journey

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    About the Seminar

    Uncertainties are everywhere and they are unavoidable. Learning to “look around corners” is a critical PM skill, but it is a journey not a destination. Fortunately there are many tools and techniques to help you on your way.

    This interactive, participatory seminar will help you build a risk management toolbox for your journey. In one day you will be introduced to common, standards-based risk management process frameworks and techniques, you will practice what you have learned using small group case studies and you will leave armed with a practical collection of broadly applicable risk management tips, tricks, and techniques.

    Risk Management - Tools for the Journey

  • Addressing Your Agile/Scrum Challenges - Fixing What is Broken & Maximizing What You Have

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    About the Seminar

    Attend a one-day workshop and learn lessons that will help you maximize your Agile/Scrum efforts and investment and identify strategies to address those area that pose a challenge. Without close attention to the practices used, Agile/Scrum implementations can quickly lead to quality problems, chaos, and missed budgets and deadlines. When an Agile/Scrum implementation has problems, no one is having fun.

This seminar is about maximizing the benefits of your Agile/Scrum implementation while addressing the problems and frustrations encountered so far. If you are new to Agile/Scrum, this session will tell you what to look out for.

    You will learn how to:

    • Grow your Agile/Scrum teams to perform at their best.
    • Identify your Agile/Scrum strengths, diagnose the challenges, and set improvement priorities.

    Addressing Your Agile/Scrum Challenges - Fixing What is Broken & Maximizing What You Have

  • PMIWDC Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution.

    PMIWDC Agile Training Course

  • The Agile Mindset for Project Managers: A Hands-on Case Study

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    About the Seminar

    In this seminar we will explore the Agile Mindset in depth and how talk about how to practically grow towards it and even spread it. If you are just starting your agile journey, then save yourself a lot of time and come learn about the essence of succeeding with Agile; its mindset.

    If you have been practicing Agile for some time, also join us since we will explore key aspects of the Agile Mindset including how it impacts planning, estimating and executing.

    This is neither a theoretical, nor philosophical seminar. On the contrary, it will be a very practical one with many “from the trenches“ stories – hopefully including possible solutions to your own challenges. The seminar will go through a hands-on case study so we can practice and discuss what we learn throughout the day.

    The Agile Mindset for Project Managers: A Hands-on Case Study

  • PMIWDC Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution.

    PMIWDC Agile Training Course

  • Agile and Government Contracting

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    About the Seminar

    Government contracting and project management always shared two common approaches – Traditional and Agile. However, the Clinger-Cohen Act (Pub. L No. 104-106, 1996) made Agile practices mandatory. Making this transition for many has been difficult and legally risky. Until now.

    Morning Session:

    • Learn to Agile fundamentals and map vocabulary to the PMBOK Guide®.
    • Understand how to apply Agile principles to execution of government contracts.
    • See how Agile architectural and engineering practices are used in government projects.
    • Apply advanced Agile practices to program and portfolio-level scheduling.
    • Master reporting compliance using Earned Value Management.

    Afternoon Session:

    Agile and Government Contracting

  • Long-Lasting Leadership Qualities: A Case Study – A Day in the Life of a Great Leader

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    About the Seminar

    Attend a one-day workshop and take back your seminar lessons-learned to immediately emerge as a better leader. Take a fresh look at a day in the life of a gifted leader faced with the kinds of real-life case studies and personal challenges many of us encounter. This Seminar addresses the following leadership qualities:

    Long-Lasting Leadership Qualities: A Case Study – A Day in the Life of a Great Leader

  • Doing PMBOK, CMMI and Agile / Scrum -- Managing Projects, Keeping Sane -- Sorting it All Out

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    About the Seminar

    This session compares and contrasts CMMI, PMBOK and Agile / Scrum, showing how implementing one will support the other, and when used authentically leads to excellent project management.

    During the workshop, attendees will sort out the similarities and differences of each framework and identify what actions they need to take next in their organization. Students who are not in software or IT development groups can focus on PMI and CMMI.

    The session also covers the sticky issues that often get in the way of doing great project management and adopting frameworks such as Scrum and CMMI. Sticky issues include, the avoidance of accountability, voluminous process documentation, and how to incorporate new practices into a usable project workflow.

    Doing PMBOK, CMMI and Agile / Scrum -- Managing Projects, Keeping Sane -- Sorting it All Out

  • Winning More and Working Less

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    About the Seminar

    PMPs are typically focused on operations and customer delivery, giving little thought to the Program capture and proposal efforts that are necessary to keep operations going. PMPs are required to support capture and proposal efforts but don't know their role or how to effectively contribute without significant (often negative) impact to their day jobs. This capture/proposal challenge is now the new norm in many markets.

    Winning More and Working Less

  • PMIWDC Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution.

    PMIWDC Agile Training Course

  • Project Management Blunders - Lessons in Risk Management from Titanic

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    About the Seminar

    The process of gathering and managing requirements can be difficult enough but when stakeholders start to meddle project risks can get quickly out of control.

    Managing Project Risk in the Face of Meddling Stakeholders

    Project Management Blunders - Lessons in Risk Management from Titanic

  • Breakthrough IT Project Portfolio Performance

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    About the Seminar

    This seminar will teach nine disciplined techniques for boosting the performance of IT project portfolios dramatically. It focuses on three primary drivers of project portfolio performance:

    1) Maximal-impact Project Selection™—picking the highest-impact projects possible.

    2) Maximum throughput of project completions—getting as many projects done as possible, within resource constraints.

    3) Optimal portfolio reliability—delivering as many projects within plan as is optimal for the organization’s risk tolerance and resource levels.

     

    Breakthrough IT Project Portfolio Performance

  • Agile Training Course

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    About the Course

    This two-day Agile Training course offers hands-on practices in Iteration Planning, Product Roadmap and Backlog, Estimating Practices, User Story Development and Iteration Execution.

    Agile Training Course

  • Earned Value Management (EVM): Concept to Application

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    About the Seminar

    The Earned Value Management (EVM): Concept to Application seminar is developed by Edwards Project Solutions and taught by experienced EVM specialists. Whether you are a Contracting Officer (CO), contract administrator, Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR), program manager, project manager, or project scheduler, a solid understanding of EVM concepts is critical to your career growth and success.

    This one-day seminar introduces the fundamental concepts and principles of earned value, along with numerous exercises to reinforce the application of the concepts and principles learned. During this seminar, participants will receive a hands-on overview of the EVM process from project development to execution.

    Earned Value Management (EVM): Concept to Application

  • HIMSS Member Registration Page: Project Management and Health IT Seminar

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    About the Seminar

    Health IT is increasingly becoming a major part of Federal budgets as spending has increased second only to Defense. The Federal government is continuously seeking to integrate new technologies and services for Healthcare into various departments and branches. Failures of large Health IT - based projects have led to increased project governance and oversight within the Federal Government. Subsequently, the importance of managing a Health IT project throughout the project life cycle is more prevalent than ever before. Based on real-world examples, project experience and extensive research, the course will offer:
    • An overview of Health IT and its inherent complexities throughout the project life cycle through visual demonstrations and presentations

    HIMSS Member Registration Page: Project Management and Health IT Seminar

  • Project Management and Health IT

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    About the Seminar

    Health IT is increasingly becoming a major part of Federal budgets as spending has increased second only to Defense. The Federal government is continuously seeking to integrate new technologies and services for Healthcare into various departments and branches. Failures of large Health IT - based projects have led to increased project governance and oversight within the Federal Government. Subsequently, the importance of managing a Health IT project throughout the project life cycle is more prevalent than ever before. Based on real-world examples, project experience and extensive research, the course will offer:
    • An overview of Health IT and its inherent complexities throughout the project life cycle through visual demonstrations and presentations

    Project Management and Health IT

  • Agile Mindset for Project Managers

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    About the Seminar

    Agile is not a process, nor a methodology, but rather a way of thinking and approaching work when there is no clear end-state and/or when the end-state is changing or evolving frequently. The Agile mindset acknowledges and promotes the idea that learning and discovery happen naturally with any form of knowledge work. So instead of resisting the constant change, the Agile mindset provides an alternate way of thinking about work – that is a substantial departure from the assembly line model – and allows teams and organizations to manage uncertainty in a way that delivers value early and continuously, until the customers deems the product good enough to be released.

    Agile Mindset for Project Managers

  • Measuring PMO Performance Workshop

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    About the Seminar

    Recent research has shown that mature, high-performing PMOs deliver value to their organizations – and that value is rarely questioned by executives. What’s their secret? In part, it lies in the way successful PMOs measure performance – and that means not only project performance but also the job performance of project managers as well as the organizational performance indicators that can be affected by projects, programs, and the PMO.

    Measuring PMO Performance Workshop

  • Agile in Government Contracting

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    About the Seminar

    On January 3, 2012 President Obama was joined by the Secretary of Defense and issued Sustaining U.S. Global Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense. After that the US CIO’s 25-point Plan stated Federal Government IT investments must focus on execution, oversight, and transparency because not doing so threatens national security. In addition, the DoD CIO’s 10-point Plan defined partnering to improve mission effectiveness, reduce costs, and improve security as a top priority.

    Agile in Government Contracting

  • A Day In A Leader’s Life

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    About the Presentation

    Have you ever wanted to attend a one-day workshop and emerge as a better leader?  Now you can. Take a fresh look at a day in the life of a gifted leader faced with the kinds of real-life challenges many of us encounter. In this workshop you will discover ways to:

    A Day In A Leader’s Life

  • Managing Projects in a Hostile Environment

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    About the Presentation

    The initiation and execution of a project can be difficult enough but in a hostile environment, where everyone is trying to close your project down, a project can run into serious trouble.

    Managing Projects in a Hostile Environment

  • Neal Whitten’s Let’s Talk! Leadership, Accountability and Professional Maturity

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    About the Presentation

    Success is born of behaviors and choices that lead to exceptional performance. When we understand what is expected of us in the workplace, our performance rises to the occasion. How would you like to ask—and listen-in as others ask—a recognized PM authority questions regarding best practices in behaviors and other project and organizational issues that you are facing today? Leadership, accountability, and professional maturity issues are common on projects—too common. This highly interactive seminar addresses specific aspects of these issues head-on. Through a Q&A venue, attendees pose short problem scenarios from either a seminar-provided list or their personal list. Neal Whitten then provides best-practice solutions to handling these situations effectively.

    Neal Whitten’s Let’s Talk! Leadership, Accountability and Professional Maturity

  • The Family Business; Leveraging Leadership Skills We Use at Home for the Workplace

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    About the Presentation

    The parallels between successful parenthood and a successful leadership experience in the work place are remarkable. Employees express a wide array of needs that are matched only by those of our own growing children. The expectations an employee has of his or her supervisor is akin that of children and their parents. Think about it – unselfishness, goal setting, communication, discipline, rules, trust, expectations, rewards and punishments, workload distribution and more…what we do at home and how we do it can help us be more successful at work and vice versa!

    The Family Business; Leveraging Leadership Skills We Use at Home for the Workplace

  • The Family Business; Leveraging Leadership Skills We Use at Home for the Workplace

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    About the Presentation

    The parallels between successful parenthood and a successful leadership experience in the work place are remarkable. Employees express a wide array of needs that are matched only by those of our own growing children. The expectations an employee has of his or her supervisor is akin that of children and their parents. Think about it – unselfishness, goal setting, communication, discipline, rules, trust, expectations, rewards and punishments, workload distribution and more…what we do at home and how we do it can help us be more successful at work and vice versa!

    The Family Business; Leveraging Leadership Skills We Use at Home for the Workplace

  • Risk Tools, Metrics, and Strategies

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    About the Program

    It’s one thing to cover the basics on risk. It’s another entirely to create a risk culture in an organization and make it stick. Carl Pritchard comes back to PMI Washington DC with his inimitable combination of insight, humor and tools. Carl drives home the importance of setting up the basics and moving forward with tolerances, thresholds and triggers that ensure those around us share the same level of concern and similar reactions at the appropriate times. You’ll get a chance to be part of a Monte Carlo simulation and will work together with your peers to build a functional risk model as a component of the course.

    Course outline:

    What constitutes advanced?

    Risk Tools, Metrics, and Strategies

  • Using Myriad PM Tools to Create and Communicate Vital Decision Support Information

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    About the Program

    This program is aimed at improving the PM professional’s ability to truly make a difference in his/her organization. The material will educate and enable the attendee to master the use of critical PM tools in order to capitalize on their ability to generate project truth while empowering themselves to make extreme “value add” contributions to the decision making cycle.

    When understood and applied in a consistent manner, the tools and techniques covered will allow the user to separate from the PM professional pack by providing timely information that will enable decision makers to be aware and consider all possible alternatives—before making critical project decisions.

    Join Lee R. Lambert, a PM thought leader, for a refreshing and entertaining examination of the potential of PM.

    Outline:

    Using Myriad PM Tools to Create and Communicate Vital Decision Support Information

  • Preventing Wac-a-Mole Conflict Management and Growing High Performance Teams

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    Preventing Wac-a-Mole Conflict Management and Growing High Performance Teams

    Featured Presenter:

    Dave Gerber

    7 PDU’s will be awarded to Seminar participants

    Location and Cost

    COST

    (Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch)

    $300.00 - Member Registration
    $325.00 - Nonmember Registration

    $325.00 Onsite Member Registration
    $350.00 Onsite Nonmember Registration

    Preventing Wac-a-Mole Conflict Management and Growing High Performance Teams

  • Debits and Credits for Project Managers

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    Have you ever found yourself leading a major project, but didn’t understand the accounting cycles behind it? It’s like being in a foreign country and not understanding the language and culture. A failure to understand the monetary flows and cycles may lead to customer dissatisfaction, major scope creep, project delays, and cost overruns.

    Companies are in business to make money. The financial transactions and cycles are the life blood of an organization. They move the money between the departments, customers, and vendors and right through to the financial statements.

    This seminar is developed for project managers who have limited accounting knowledge or people who want a refresher. A good working knowledge of accounting is critical to successfully understand, implement, and maintain business applications, such as

    Debits and Credits for Project Managers

  • EmPowered! PMP Workshop

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    EmPowered! PMP Workshop

    Featured Presenter:

    Sheila Savar

    7 PDU’s will be awarded to Seminar participants

    Location and Cost

    COST

    (Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch)

    $300.00 - Member Registration
    $325.00 - Nonmember Registration

    $325.00 Onsite Member Registration
    $350.00 Onsite Nonmember Registration

    EmPowered! PMP Workshop

  • The X-Treme Brain & Project Management

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    The X-Treme Brain & Project Management

    Featured Presenter:

    Pat Johns

    7 PDU’s will be awarded to Seminar participants

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    Location and Cost

    LOCATION

    Crowne Plaza Hotel
    1960 Chain Bridge Road
    McLean, Virginia 22102
    Phone: (703) 893-2100
    www.cptysonscorner.com

    AGENDA

    8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
    8:30 AM - Seminar Begins
    4:30 PM - Seminar End

    COST

    (Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch. )

    The X-Treme Brain & Project Management

  • Stop Playing Games

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    Stop Playing Games

    featuring

    Rick A. Morris

    Friday, December 3, 2010

    PDUs: Attending this program earns 7 PDUs.

    Location and Cost

    AGENDA

    8:30 AM: Registration and Continental Breakfast
    9:00 AM: Seminar Begins
    5:00 PM: Seminar Ends

    Stop Playing Games

  • Project Management History in the Making

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    Project Management History in the Making

    featuring

    Joe Luttrell & Mark Kozak-Holland

    Thursday, November 4, 2010

    Project Management History in the Making

  • Leadership & Strategic Thinking for Managers

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    Leadership Strategic Thinking for Managers

    featuring

    Christine MacNulty, FRSA Dr. Stephen R. Woodall, Ph.D.

    Tuesday, September 21, 2010

    PDUs: Attending this program earns 7 PDUs.

    Location and Cost

    AGENDA

    8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
    8:30 AM - Seminar Begins
    4:00 PM - Seminar Ends

    LOCATION

    Crowne Plaza Hotel
    1960 Chain Bridge Road
    McLean, Virginia 22102
    Phone: (703) 893-2100
    www.cptysonscorner.com


    COST

    (Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch. )

    Leadership & Strategic Thinking for Managers

  • Seminar Series - Peter de Jager - Rational Change Management

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    Rational Change Management

    featuring

    Peter de Jager

    Saturday, June 19, 2010

    PDUs: Attending this program earns 7 PDUs.

    Location and Cost

    AGENDA

    8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
    8:30 AM - Seminar Begins
    4:00 PM - Seminar Ends

    Seminar Series - Peter de Jager - Rational Change Management

  • Seminar Series - Stephen Garfein - "Strategic Portfolio Management"

    SteveGarfein

    Strategic Portfolio Management

    featuring

    Stephen Garfein MBA, PMP

    Chairman, RPM Systems Corporation

    Tuesday, May 18, 2010

    PDUs: Attending this program earns 7 PDUs.

    Seminar Series - Stephen Garfein - "Strategic Portfolio Management"

  • Seminar Series - Neal Whitten, PMP - "Neal Whitten's No-Nonsense Advice for Successful Projects Seminar"

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    Neal Whitten's No-Nonsense Advice for Successful Projects Seminar

    featuring

    Neal Whitten, PMP

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    Saturday, September 26, 2009

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    PDUs: Attending this program earns 7 PDUs.

    Seminar Series - Neal Whitten, PMP - "Neal Whitten's No-Nonsense Advice for Successful Projects Seminar"

  • Seminar Series - Michael O’Brochta - "Getting Executives to Act"

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    How to Get Executives to Act for Project Success

    featuring

    Michael O’Brochta, PMP

    President, Zozer, Inc

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    Saturday May 2, 2009

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    Seminar Series - Michael O’Brochta - "Getting Executives to Act"

  • Fall Seminar Series - Dave Gerber - "On Fire Leadership"

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    On Fire Leadership:

    Managing Projects Using Conflict Management and Emotional Intelligence

    featuring

    Dave Gerber

    Acclaimed project management author, trainer, and consultant

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    Wednesday, October 1, 2008

    Individual Registration / Corporate Passes

    About the Presentation - On Fire Leadership

    Some leaders are ON FIRE! 

    Fall Seminar Series - Dave Gerber - "On Fire Leadership"

  • Fall Seminar Series - Dave Gerber - "On Fire Leadership"

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    “Selling People on Change

    Featuring

    Ms. Tina Taylor

    President
    Lifetime Leaders Inc.

    Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

    Time and Location:

    Tysons Corner monthly Luncheon Meeting at
    Curie & Drew Conference Rooms
    Tower III Conference Facility

    1710 SAIC Drive,  McLean, VA 22102

    Pre-registration is required.
    1 PDU will be available for PMPs.

    Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

    Fall Seminar Series - Dave Gerber - "On Fire Leadership"

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