Military Outreach

Join us for a series of learning workshops geared towards helping active, retired, and former military professionals bridge the knowledge gap from your military career to a career as a professional project manager.

This learning series will focus on helping you capitalize on your proven leadership skills and knowledge for a new career path. Learn how you can help advance your projects, organizational culture, change management, and other critical business needs as a professional project manager.

  • Projectized Business Development and Sales

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    About the Program

    Project management isn't just about business operations. The application of project management tenets can be the differentiator that sets you apart from the crowd. Please join us to see how you can use Project Management Institute practices and processes to prepare for and execute high impact sales and business development engagements. This workshop will use a practical exercise to discover how project management and business development/sales leading practices intersect.

    Projectized Business Development and Sales

  • Manage Risks for Project Success

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    About the Program

    Don’t let the specter of Murphy’s Law haunt your projects. While risk is an undeniable fact of life, you can proactively manage threats to your success. Please join us to see how you can use the Project Management Institute’s risk management process to prepare you and your team to keep any project on track despite the obstacles that are sure to materialize along the way. We’ll use a practical example and a hands-on approach to explore the process.

    Manage Risks for Project Success

  • Understanding and Applying Project Management Soft Skills

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    About the Program

    Our military careers supply a wealth of experiences to apply to project management. While technical skills are very important in gaining a project management certification, there are additional skills that veterans bring to project management worth emphasizing. These skills are often referred to as "soft skills". There are many soft skill traits. Some soft skills highly desired for project management are dependability, integrity, initiative, and adaptability. This workshop will provide understanding of project management soft skills, how to identify applicable skills that veterans bring to the table, as well as considerations for current veterans in project management to flex or invigorate.

    Understanding and Applying Project Management Soft Skills

  • Breaking the Code of Earned Value Management

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    Breaking the Code of Earned Value Management

    About the Program

    In the world of civilian project management, your understanding of Earned Value Management (EVM) could mean the difference in a successful project or one that crashes and burns. It can also make or break your hopes of passing the PMP Exam. Unlike the military, most civilian projects are profit driven, and that means a keen focus on value creation and budget/schedule performance that can best be understood through the proper use of EVM. Tim Dalhouse shows you how to break the code of complexity surrounding EVM so you can master it like a pro!

    In 1 hour or less, you will learn:

    Breaking the Code of Earned Value Management

  • You Can't Teach a Cat to Bark

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    About the Program

    Join us for a series of learning workshops geared towards helping active, retired, and former military professionals bridge the knowledge gap from your military career to a career as a professional project manager.

    This learning series will focus on helping you capitalize on your proven leadership skills and knowledge for a new career path. Learn how you can help advance your projects, organizational culture, change management, and other critical business needs as a professional project manager.

    You Can't Teach a Cat to Bark

  • The Covert PM

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    About the Program

    Join us for a series of learning workshops geared towards helping active, retired, and former military professionals bridge the knowledge gap from your military career to a career as a professional project manager.

    This learning series will focus on helping you capitalize on your proven leadership skills and knowledge for a new career path. Learn how you can help advance your projects, organizational culture, change management, and other critical business needs as a professional project manager.

    The Covert PM

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