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. 

  • Ms. Tina Taylor presents, "Working with Insecure Project Leaders"

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    In today’s competitive job market, professional development is a springboard for those who want to reach the top. Leadership, personal branding, and networking are the ultimate tools to boost your confidence and knowledge and create a competitive edge to attain the next professional level you desire.

    Ms. Tina Taylor presents, "Working with Insecure Project Leaders"

  • The Art of the Digital M&A Deal

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    Abstract
    An engaging discussion about why digital M&A deals are so attractive in today's business environment.

    * Have you ever survived a merger or acquisition of an employer?
    * Wonder why acquiring or merging with another company seems so attractive?
    * Want to successfully buy or sell a business?

    70% to 90% of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) fail. So why do companies spend more than $2 trillion worldwide on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) every year?

    Selling or merging a business is not like selling a house. There are many obstacles to a successful business sale or merger.

    The Art of the Digital M&A Deal

  • How to Master your Career like a Pro

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    In today’s competitive job market, professional development is a springboard for those who want to reach the top. Leadership, personal branding, and networking are the ultimate tools to boost your confidence and knowledge and create a competitive edge to attain the next professional level you desire.

    How to Master your Career like a Pro

  • Presentation, "Change Leadership Coaching that Gets Results!

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    About the Presentation

    In today’s competitive job market, professional development is a springboard for those who want to reach the top. Today I will discuss how leadership, personal branding and networking are the ultimate tools to boost your confidence and knowledge and create a competitive edge to attain the next professional level you desire.

    Presentation, "Change Leadership Coaching that Gets Results!

  • 'Kanban Essentials: Improving How We Work!'

    About the Presentation

    Agile practices are sweeping through the project management industry. Agile is being used in industries as varied as software development to organizational leadership and news reporting. Agile projects are 4-times more likely to be successful than traditional waterfall projects, according to the Standish Group.

    Lean and Kanban practices are at the heart of many Agile practices. These practices are most often associated with Toyota’s manufacturing model. However, they are broadly applicable to project management.

    'Kanban Essentials: Improving How We Work!'

  • Lean & Agile Organizational Leadership

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    About the Presentation

    Dr. David F. Rico will give a presentation on "Lean & Agile Organizational Leadership: Establishing Vision, Guidance, & Trust to Unleash Enterprise Competitiveness," which are emerging models for managing high-risk, time-sensitive R&D-oriented new product development (NPD) projects with demanding customers and fast-changing market conditions (at the enterprise, portfolio, and program levels). It establishes the context, provide a definition, and describe the value-system for lean and agile methods, principles, and core ideas. It provides a brief history and comparative analysis of lean and agile methods, project management, and portfolio frameworks. Then it provides multiple histories of the fields of organizational leadership, administration, and management over the last 100 years.

    Lean & Agile Organizational Leadership

  • Read and Lead Through Body Language

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    Ms. Vinita Sahajwala presents,
    "Read and Lead through Body Language"
    This is a must attend session if you want to:
    • Manage perceptions
    • Improve your relationships
    • Make a great first impression
    • Pivot your career and personal life
    • Be recognized, respected, and validated
    • Gain the trust and credibility of your peers and management
    A leader listens beyond words and speaks so clearly without a word that people are compelled to follow. Learn ways to make lasting impressions, develop loyal connections, and make a difference and great impact within your work environment.
    This workshop will teach you about the core elements of professional body language. Leverage this knowledge to clearly communicate to others where you are in your career and where you want to go next.

    Read and Lead Through Body Language

  • The State of the Middle Market M&A 2018

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    Have you ever survived a merger or acquisition of an employer? Wonder why acquiring or merging with another company seems so attractive? Want to successfully buy or sell a business? Although companies spend more than $2 trillion on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) every year, 70% to 90% of them fail. Selling or merging a business is not like selling a house. There are many obstacles to a successful business sale or merger. Much planning is needed to identify the obstacles faced by business owners, and overcome or minimize the effect of the obstacles. We will identify the trends of the M&A market for 2018 and focus specifically on opportunities for middle market companies.

    The State of the Middle Market M&A 2018

  • 7 Real World Digital Transformation Success Stories

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    About the Presentation

    Phillip Simulis will present: "7 Real-World Digital Transformation Success Stories"

    Many executives working to execute a successful digital transformation are stuck at the tyranny of how. They understand the importance of a successful digital transformation for their organization; however, they don’t really know what that looks like for their organization.

    This session outlines real-world digital transformation successes and failures, case studies from actual clients and a live demo of digital transformation in action.

    Previous sessions outlined the steps to a successful digital transformation and how to overcome key barriers to digital transformation. This topic is the next session in the series to guide midmarket companies through a successful digital transformation journey..

    7 Real World Digital Transformation Success Stories

  • More Platforms, More Problems: Simplifying Your Social Media Marketing

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    About the Presentation

    How many social media platforms do you have? Two? Four? More? Do you even know why? The truth is, the more social media platforms you join, the more complex it becomes to understand or manage them with consistency. This often leads to creating a presence in multiple areas that could confuse or damage or your brand. Not every platform is created equal. Not every industry requires a presence on every platform. In fact, attempting to market in all places can lead to frustration and anxiety. The key to social media marketing success is knowing in which environments you thrive, so that you create the right message, to the right people on the right platform.

    More Platforms, More Problems: Simplifying Your Social Media Marketing

  • Overcoming Key Barriers of Digital Transformation, from Phillip Simulis

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    About the Presentation

    Phillip Simulis will present, " Overcoming Key Barriers to Digital Transformation

    Overcoming Key Barriers of Digital Transformation, from Phillip Simulis

  • Successful Projects: What We Really Know

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    About the Presentation

    The Standish Group has published its annual CHAOS Report on the state of software development since 1994. The Report is often cited as a key metric for the industry's performance and progress and draws much attention.

    Analyzing the long-term trends provides an interesting perspective. On average only 29% of projects “succeed” and 23% “failed”. Over the past two decades, there has been little change in these headline results.

    However, when you dive into the data there are some bright spots and markers for the future improvement:

    Successful Projects: What We Really Know

  • Is That What You Call It? Finding Commonality for Strategic Allocation of Resources

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    About the Presentation

    Ultimately the allocation of scarce resources should be tied to the Strategic goals and objectives of an organization. In large organizations, such as the Department of Defense (DoD) or Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), there are substantial management and business processes in place in an effort to get the most bang for the buck. These processes include Planning, Programing, Budgeting, Execution, Policy, Acquisition, and many more. The implementation of all of these processes ultimately rests on the shoulders of a Program Manager and skills in managing his or her program. But let’s back up a minute. What is a Program? Across the Federal Government, is there a common definition of what one is? How does a program get started? How does it tie into the “big picture”? Is there a portfolio of programs built upon a portfolio owner’s strategy?

    Is That What You Call It? Finding Commonality for Strategic Allocation of Resources

  • 7 Strategies for Reducing IoT Cyber Risk

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    About the Presentation

    Why does your business need to increase IoT Security?

    IoT Security is critical to encourage adoption of the massive emergence of smart, connected devices

    This session identifies 7 strategies to effectively increase the security of your IoT solution. We will discuss top strategies and implementation approaches for IoT vendors to build the trust and resilience needed to seize opportunities, reduce cyber risk, and deploy the right security models that reduce vulnerabilities.

    Continuous management of IoT Security is critical for device vendors to remain in compliance and prevent cyberthreats from compromising their customers privacy and security.

    7 Strategies for Reducing IoT Cyber Risk

  • The Three C's of your Professional Image

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    About the Presentation

    Ms. Vinita Sahajwala will present, 'The Three C's of Your Professional Image,' at the Washington DC PMI Chapter, Tysons Corner luncheon meeting, on 23 May 2017.

    This is a must attend session if you want to:

    • Pivot your career
    • Manage perceptions
    • Improve your relationships
    • Make a great first impression
    • Be recognized, respected, and validated
    • Gain the trust and credibility of your peers and management

    A powerful Executive Presence is essential for your professional success in any workplace, be it a very large corporation, or a small business environment. Individuals with highly effective and authentic Executive Presence make lasting impressions, develop loyal connections, and are able to make a great impact within their work environment.

    The Three C's of your Professional Image

  • Self-Publishing Using Essential Elements of Project Management

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    About the Presentation

    Ms. Patricia Williams will present, "Self-Publishing Using Essential Elements of Project Management."

    Imagine identifying a passion project and organizing/detailing specific tasks to see the project through to completion! That is exactly what can happen for a would-be author/artist whose divine idea has found it's time and moment.

    As we know as project management professionals, and those seeking to make a career of this unique skill set, the beauty of project management is that its key components can be leveraged by anyone in any industry. Self-publishing is no exception.

    In this hour-long session, attendees will be introduced to the basics of self-publishing, and to the tremendous benefits of using the power of project management to guide and deliver their product to the public on time.

    Self-Publishing Using Essential Elements of Project Management

  • Business Value of Agile Organizations: Strategies, Models, & Principles for Enterprise-Level Agility

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    About the Presentation

    Dr. David F. Rico will give a presentation on "Business Value of Agile Organizations: Strategies, Models, & Principles for Enterprise-Level Agility," which are emerging models for successfully managing 21st century human-capital, knowledge, and Internet technology-intensive global businesses. Dr. Rico will establish the context, provide a definition, and describe the value-system for lean and agile organizational strategies. He'll provide an overview and comparative analysis of major lean and agile frameworks, models, principles, and practices. He’ll then introduce a meta-model for achieving business-level agility based upon best-of-breed values, principles, and practices discussed herein. He'll also provide a brief survey of the costs, benefits, and performance results achieved by lean and agile organizations.

    Business Value of Agile Organizations: Strategies, Models, & Principles for Enterprise-Level Agility

  • Technology Portfolio Management for Project Managers

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    About the Presentation

    In today’s world, most technology projects need to handle increased complexity and large uncertainty along with fast-paced changes on the technological landscape. These projects are both difficult and challenging even for the most seasoned project managers and require novel approaches in order to enable successful outcomes. Creating a portfolio of these technology projects requires a versatile skill set, the ability to manage the unforeseen, and a strategic vision. In this presentation best practices for technology portfolio management will be discussed.

    Technology Portfolio Management for Project Managers

  • Leading as an Introvert

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    About the Presentation

    Ms. Tina Taylor presents, "Leading as an Introvert."

    Introverted people are often mistaken as being shy or insecure, when in fact they are often neither. A large number of bold, well-spoken and confident leaders are decided introverts. In this session we establish a common framework for what it means to be an introvert. We review some of the most common ways introvert qualities are perceived in the work environment and how project managers can leverage these perceptions to be a leadership advantage.

    Leading as an Introvert

  • Team Development - Using the Tuckman Model to your Advantage!

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    About the Presentation

    Most people have never heard of the "Tuckman Model", but most people have heard of forming, storming, norming and performing.

    In today's world, we have to be able to work in teams. Whether our focus is business, government, volunteer organizations or even home, all teams go through these stages in one fashion or another. Why not see how to use Dr. Tuckman's ideas to deal effectively with conflict, creativity and motivation. Learn what to provide your team and when to provide it. Move through the model more efficiently and effectively to reach the high level of team performance you desire.

    Team Development - Using the Tuckman Model to your Advantage!

  • Creating Your Own Personal Brand

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    About the Presentation

    Define Your Brand to Refine Your Image

    Creating Your Own Personal Brand

  • 7 Critical Steps to Digitize Your Business

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    About the Presentation

    Why is digitization of your business important?

    Customers have been spoiled. Thanks to companies such as Amazon, Airbnb, Dropbox, Netflix, and Uber they now expect every organization to deliver products swiftly, with a seamless user experience.

    As a result, customers want to buy a phone from their telecommunications provider and have it activated and set up immediately out of the box. They expect to log in to an auto insurance website and get a quote and quickly compare against other providers before they buy. They want to submit an application, get a decision within minutes and obtain a digital proof of insurance instantly once they purchase a plan. They want to easily find the nearest pizza delivery service, order online, and get status of their order once they purchase.

    7 Critical Steps to Digitize Your Business

  • The Bridge Between Acquisitions and Project Management

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    About the Presentation

    In government contracting, the relationship between the Acquisitions Office and the Program Management Office can often be an onerous one. With each potentially having differing goals and objectives, clear communication and partnering can be complex and often nonexistent. We will explore the responsibilities of both parties, as well as discuss some best practices for ensuring collaboration and mutual goal-setting while ensuring appropriate utilization of funds.

    The Bridge Between Acquisitions and Project Management

  • The Joy of Herding Cats

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    About the Presentation

    Ms. Williams will present, "The Joy of Herding Cats: Influence on Projects without Direct Authority, " and discuss the key skills necessary to succeed, when and if, you find yourself managing a project without direct authority.

    The Joy of Herding Cats

  • Lean & Agile Enterprise Frameworks

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    About the Presentation

    Dr. David F. Rico will give a presentation on "Lean & Agile Enterprise Frameworks: For Managing Large U.S. Government Cloud Computing Projects," which are emerging models for managing high-risk, time-sensitive R&D-oriented new product development (NPD) projects with demanding customers and fast-changing market conditions (at the enterprise, portfolio, and program levels). Dr. Rico will establish the context, provide a definition, and describe the value-system for lean and agile program and project management.

    Lean & Agile Enterprise Frameworks

  • Implementing and Maintaining an Earned Value Management System (EVMS)

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    About the Presentation

    This session will provide participants the needed points of reference for implementing and maintaining an Earned Value Management System (EVMS).

    Our speaker, Dale Gillam, in his many leadership positions from SAIC’s EVM and Scheduling focal point to active Board roles in NDIA, CPM, and NCMA, is a leader in the EVM field and well informed to shine the light on what it takes to implement and maintain an EVMS.

    Implementing and Maintaining an Earned Value Management System (EVMS)

  • Searching for - and Finding - Your Dream Job!

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    About the Presentation

    There are many reasons why experienced professionals may decide to start searching for a new position. Once you've identified that it's time to move on to the next challenge, embarking on a job search can seem overwhelming!

    This presentation will offer insights on effective, successful search strategies, whether looking for your next contract opportunity or full-time position. From developing your brand and updating resumes to effective networking and research activities, this presentation will offer practical, actionable advice that will make your search what is should be...fun!

    Searching for - and Finding - Your Dream Job!

  • How Much for that App!!! Delivering the Unreasonable

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    About the Presentation

    It happens more frequently than it should. A service provider works diligently to competitively price a mobile solution. The would-be client is unpleasantly surprised at the price and decides to shop around for a lower price or put the project on hold. Was the service provider too highly priced? Did the would-be client have unreasonable expectations? Understanding the cost of mobile solutions is paramount in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment.

    Of the many costs involved in implementing a mobile solution and some costs are not initially apparent. Partnerships, tools and experience are just a few things that can either help you maintain a competitive edge or price you out of the market.

    How Much for that App!!! Delivering the Unreasonable

  • "How to Train your Sponsor"

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    About the Presentation

    Having trouble getting your sponsor to focus on your project? Did their engagement end when the charter was signed? What!? They didn’t even read the charter? If you want to improve your sponsor relationship and get exactly what you need from them to keep you project moving forward, this webinar was built for you. Unfortunately, most sponsors don’t understand what is expected of them. Why would they? We haven’t told them, yet! We start with a sponsor assessment to help you evaluate the kind of sponsor you have for your project. That is key to understanding what comes next.

    "How to Train your Sponsor"

  • Radical Risk Identification - Moving Risk Management into the 21st Century

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    About the Presentation

    The PMBOK defines risk as ‘an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive or negative effect on one or more project objectives such as scope, schedule, cost or quality’. Known and unknown risks can impact projects significantly if not addressed. If risks are not identified, they cannot be addressed. If a risk costs $1000 to address early in a project, studies show that cost can increase to $300,000-$500,000 later in the project when hardware, software or both must be modified. Program risk identification is usually an ad hoc, non-comprehensive exercise.

    Radical Risk Identification - Moving Risk Management into the 21st Century

  • Why A Powerful Personal Story Can Transform Your Career

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    About the Presentation

    Hector Del Castillo will present, "Why A Powerful Personal Story Can Transform Your Career"

    • Are you looking for your next promotion or a new position?
    • Are you seeking to stand out from your peers?
    • Do you want to make a great first impression when meeting someone new?

    We are wired to remember stories. This is why storytelling is a powerful technique for building relationships. It helps you connect with people you meet and keeps them engaged. Whether you’re updating your resume, your LinkedIn profile, or a cover letter, you need to capture your audience’s attention in less than 17 seconds.

    Why A Powerful Personal Story Can Transform Your Career

  • Managing a TEAM by Tina Taylor

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    About the Presentation

    "Managing the TEAM," by Tina Taylor

    Even the best project managers find that leading project teams can be both rewarding and challenging. This seminar provides several proven tools and techniques to aid project managers in their quest to effectively manage the project team. We will review practical ways to motivate team members, manage conflict and appreciate personal differences within the team. We will also discuss common management pitfalls to avoid. This session is designed to engage the participants and offer solutions to typical team management challenges.

    Managing a TEAM by Tina Taylor

  • The "Five W's" and One "H" of Business Leadership Conversations

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    About the Presentation

    We learn in school that all situations may be analyzed by focusing on: who, what, when, where, how and why. In today’s pressure driven performance climate, we seem to have forgotten these time-tested communication rules and focus efforts on the first three. Sometimes the boss simplifies the “rules” by asking: “who will do what by when? This is especially true when resources are scarce and schedules tight.

    The "Five W's" and One "H" of Business Leadership Conversations

  • “We Have Signed a Teaming Agreement. Now What? – Project Communication!”

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    About the Presentation

    We all can agree that project communication is essential to keeping stakeholders and project teams motivated and engaged in the successful performance of a project. We often do a great job of keeping sponsors, stakeholders and even executive management apprised of the status of our projects, new opportunities and current performance of the project team. But, where project teams have difficulty in communications is within the internal team – or communicating with our team members. You may have periodic status meetings with the team members directly involved with the day-to-day performance of the project but should they be your only point of communication concerning the status of the project, discussions on project issues and resolutions and furthering relationships with your sponsors and stakeholders?

    “We Have Signed a Teaming Agreement. Now What? – Project Communication!”

  • Running the American Odyssey Relay Race on the Legs of Project Human Resources Management

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    About the Presentation

    The American Odyssey Relay (AOR) is a 200-mile, 2-day, 12-person team relay race that takes place every spring. The race adventure begins in Gettysburg, PA, making its way through beautiful wooded areas and small towns in the Blue Ridge Mountains, across the Mason-Dixon Line, through Antietam Battlefield then along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal before finishing along the harbor in Washington, DC. The race is difficult and often grueling with significant elevation changes, night running, cold temperatures and usually rain; all accomplished on little to no sleep. The most difficult part, however, is forming a team that is willing to endure 30 plus hours together in a van and keeping that team relatively happy, healthy and hungry (to win).

    Running the American Odyssey Relay Race on the Legs of Project Human Resources Management

  • The Impossible PMO™: Lessons Learned from Running an All-Volunteer PMO

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    About the Presentation

    The Project Management Day of Service™ took on the monumental task of changing the perception of the Project Management profession by asking “What’s next for Project Managers?” Wanting more for the profession, this group believed that Project Management deserved to sit among the industries called upon to provide pro bono services to the community.

    How do you build an organization and create endless enthusiasm with a group of volunteers trying to do something that has never been done before? Internationally recognized as an unprecedented event to bring together hundreds of nonprofits and project managers from the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area, the PMDoS™ was an idea aimed at raising the profile of the project management profession, while serving those organizations that work tirelessly to make a difference in our community.

    The Impossible PMO™: Lessons Learned from Running an All-Volunteer PMO

  • Leading Successful Change

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    About the Presentation

    A simple definition of change is “to cause to be different”. The idea of change management on a personal level has been studied for more than one hundred years. However, it is only since the mid-1980’s that change management has been explored within the context of business applications. Leading successful change has become a business necessity, driving bottom-line results in systems, processes and behaviors. Dealing with change has therefore become a critical skill for leadership, management and workers in an organization.

    Creating and implementing a new strategy requires an approach consistent with the unique needs of the organization. The strategy serves as the guiding framework, providing direction and shaping decision making throughout the change process.

    Leading Successful Change

  • A Practical Approach to Successful New Product Development Initiatives

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    About the Presentation

    • Are you struggling in creating new products that produce the right outcomes?

    • Are you looking to build successful new products more quickly?

    • Do you want to lead product innovation efforts that are profitable?

    A Practical Approach to Successful New Product Development Initiatives

  • Best Practices in Managing Stakeholders Expectations

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    About the Presentation

    Stakeholder Management is one of the most essential aspects of project management, regardless of the size or complexity of the project. However, stakeholder management is often overlooked, or it is relegated to an afterthought or secondary level of importance in the project management process. This PMI session will offer participants a sobering perspective on the various reasons why stakeholder management is often not viewed with the necessary level of seriousness when project managers are initiating or planning a project. The presenter also will provide practical guidance and will offer best practice recommendations regarding to the key steps to appropriately identifying and managing project stakeholders and their expectations in order to achieve best project closure results.

    Best Practices in Managing Stakeholders Expectations

  • Putting Strategy Into Project Management

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    About the Presentation

    Most organizations have trouble linking strategy to performance. According to current business literature and research, companies, on average, deliver only 60% of the financial performance their strategies promise. The literature and research also reveal that high performing companies managed to close the strategy-to-performance gap through better planning and execution. In many cases, companies don’t have process that links strategy and execution; therefore, these companies never capture the full value of the strategy or effectively map it to the needs of the organization. Strategy execution focuses on translating strategic goals into a structured portfolio of programs to meet organizational objectives.

    Putting Strategy Into Project Management

  • Search for...and Finding... Your Dream Job!

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    About the Presentation

    There are numerous reasons why experienced professionals like you may decide to start searching for a new position.  Once you've identified that it's time to move on to the next challenge, embarking on a job search can seem overwhelming!  This presentation will offer insights on effective, successful search strategies, whether looking for your next contract opportunity or full-time position.  From developing your brand and updating resumes to effective networking and research activities, this presentation will offer practical, actionable advice that will make your search what it should be...fun! 

    Search for...and Finding... Your Dream Job!

  • Project Management and Law Firms

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    About The Program

    Legal project management is increasingly becoming common, especially in law firms working under alternative fee arrangement structures such as fixed or flat fees, cost limits, and success bonuses. These specific types of legal cases often require tight management of the legal schedule, risks, and costs in a more rigorous and measured manner than law firms have practiced in the past.

    This session will focus on the application of the concepts of project management leveraged to control and manage legal cases or matters. Attendees will learn how practitioners of legal project management apply key principles in the PMI approach which impact the mechanics and business of providing legal services, in order to maximize both human and material resources in the delivery of legal services.

    Project Management and Law Firms

  • Resistance is Futile - Successfully Managing Project-Driven Change

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    Abstract

    By definition, projects involve change. Organizations thrive through innovation - otherwise known as change. Many people, on the other hand, don't always embrace change easily. So how can projects and organizations, made up of people, succeed in managing change? Forced assimilation isn't really an option for most of us, so we must find a more nuanced approach. This presentation will discuss understanding and managing resistance to change through communication, collaboration, and building trust.

    Resistance is Futile - Successfully Managing Project-Driven Change

  • What Every PM Should Know About Information Security Governance

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    Abstract

    In a global information society, where information travels through cyberspace on a routine basis, the significance of information is widely accepted. In addition, information and technology systems that deliver the information are truly pervasive throughout the organization along with evolving mega trends to include social media, mobile platforms and cloud technologies.These technologies have provided significant benefits to the organization, but they have also added many direct and indirect security and data breach risks.

    What Every PM Should Know About Information Security Governance

  • Shape Your Project Management Practices from a “Problem to an Outcome” Context

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    Abstract

    Executives and project managers express frustration when a problem situation is a recurring event. They are in high level positions and expect results. They take professional development seriously, and are concerned the qualities that brought them success will not take them to the “next level.” Yet they are blind to this invisible force.

    The invisible force is a natural human tendency to solve problems. The project manager’s problem solving ability is highly recognized and rewarded. Yet, as Rene Descartes noted, “each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems. Problem solving is “the problem” that limits success.

    Shape Your Project Management Practices from a “Problem to an Outcome” Context

  • The Building Blocks of An Effective and Sustainable PMO

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    About the Presentation

    Great!  So, you have been charged with building and running a PMO for your organization.  You've got tools, you know about best practices, and you have templates coming out of your ears.  Now what?  What are the things that you must do to help your PMO become a change management powerhouse for your company?  

    The Building Blocks of An Effective and Sustainable PMO

  • 9 Things Exceptional Project Leaders Do Differently

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    About the Presentation

    Why are some project leaders more successful than others in delivering exceptional project results? Hector Del Castillo will share nine insights to help you become an exceptional project manager.

    9 Things Exceptional Project Leaders Do Differently

  • Business Value of Agile Methods

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    About the Presentation

    Dr. David F. Rico will give a presentation on the "Business Value of Agile Methods: Using ROI and Real Options," which are highly-disciplined contemporary new product development (NPD) approaches for rapidly building high-quality information technology-intensive systems. Dr. Rico will provide a brief introduction to agile methods, an overview of popular agile methods, and a brief survey of the benefits of agile methods as reported by major industry studies (including rarely seen, late-breaking economic data and results from the top consulting firms).

    Business Value of Agile Methods

  • Search for...and Finding... Your Dream Job!

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    About the Presentation

    There are numerous reasons why experienced professionals like you may decide to start searching for a new position. Once you've identified that it's time to move on to the next challenge, embarking on a job search can seem overwhelming! This presentation will offer insights on effective, successful search strategies, whether looking for your next contract opportunity or full-time position. From developing your brand and updating resumes to effective networking and research activities, this presentation will offer practical, actionable advice that will make your search what it should be...fun!

    Search for...and Finding... Your Dream Job!

  • Tips for Managing Your Most Important Project: Life

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    About the Presentation

    Each of our lives on earth qualifies as a project according to the PMBOK definition. As with other projects, we can take an active role managing certain aspects of our life to facilitate a successful outcome. Conventional life scenarios may include the need to lead teams, plan for risks, identify dependencies and re-baseline schedules among other things. This engaging seminar is designed to provide strategic tools and tips for negotiating some of these most common aspects of life.

    Tips for Managing Your Most Important Project: Life

  • Leading is Communicating: Using your Communications Skills to be a More Effective Project Manager.

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    About the Presentation

    As Project Managers we are all challenged to with limits on our time, resources, and knowledge. Overcoming these challenges can be a full time job all its own, but as Project Managers we know that our primary job responsibility requires us to communicate constantly and to have the ability to use and share that information in a way that is most effective for leading your project to success.  In this presentation, we will discuss steps you can take to be a more effective communicator and how you can use your communication skills to be a more effective PM.

    Leading is Communicating: Using your Communications Skills to be a More Effective Project Manager.

  • Engaged Project Teams: Boosting Performance By Aligning The Core Values of Projects and Team Members

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    About the Presentation

    Studies have shown that passion is the key to success and that engaged employees are more productive and innovative. In this presentation we will explore (1) what passion has to do with business, (2) why team member engagement is important and how passion fits in, and (3) the relationship between passion, profits and added value.     

    Engaged Project Teams: Boosting Performance By Aligning The Core Values of Projects and Team Members

  • Integrating Management Processes

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    About the Presentation

    Project managers often find themselves saddled with apparently arbitrary and infeasible cost and schedule constraints before the project even starts. When we have senior managers being mostly required to have PMP, DAWIA etc., how or why does this happen? Does it really happen all that much? A discussion of the interplay of all PMI-related disciplines (projects, portfolios and programs) and some added governance roles (strategy, architecture, security) helps to clarify how these constraints may arise and what PMs can do to set their projects up for success.

    Integrating Management Processes

  • What you are doing is the strategy: How to Increase the chance for success

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    About the Presentation

    Session Description: Executives (and many employees) are often asked the question, “how do you know where you will be two or three years from now?” The answer is more than reviewing the strategic plan. This session will give you tools to use in business and project management by executing of the right projects with the right resources. An understanding of this linkage will give you more effective working on projects, your role as project/program manager and will boost your career. At the conclusion of this session you will:
    • Know the common understandings and practice them
    • Understand and avoid the disconnect between strategy and project portfolio
    • Have confidence you can use ideas in the project and personal life.

    What you are doing is the strategy: How to Increase the chance for success

  • Connect to Passion for Project Success

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    About the Presentation

    Studies have shown that passion is key to success. But how do you connect or stay connected to passion in light of all the things that compete for your attention every day? In this presentation, Carla Perez will discuss (1) the three elements needed to create what you want in your life and in your work, (2) the secret to living a passionate, successful life, (3) the prerequisite for living a life aligned with your passions, and (4)   harnessing these passions for project and career success.    

    Connect to Passion for Project Success

  • Life is a Project: Lead it!

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    About the Presentation

    It is not just projects that have a life cycle - even life has one! So, if life IS indeed a project, as aspiring/trained PMPs, should we not be really leading it? How to do it? This session is to help open our minds to this project.

    Life is a Project: Lead it!

  • On Fire Leadership

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    About the Presentation

    In this one hour, fun, motivating presentation Dave Gerber, President of Synergy Development & Training and host of upcoming the Project Management Leadership conference will offer participants communication and conflict management nuggets that can be utilized immediately upon session conclusion. PM’s will walk away with a few new tools and skills that are a must when dealing with the inevitable conflict that will impact professional (and personal) life, project success and the project’s financial bottom line. In this short amount of time the content provided will increase people’s ability to collaborate at a higher level when meeting the various demands of the PM role.

    On Fire Leadership

  • Leading Complex Projects in the Defense Industry

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    Many of today’s projects require novel approaches to handle increased complexity and large uncertainty.  Complex projects are both difficult and challenging even for the most seasoned project managers.  

    Leading these types of projects requires a versatile skill set, the ability to manage the unforeseen, and a strategic vision.  Complex projects require more than just management, they require leadership.  

    Leading Complex Projects in the Defense Industry

  • Introduction to the Seven Phase Project Lifecycle

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    About the Program

    This is a  brown bag – bring your own -  luncheon meeting for Tyson's Corner location in Northern Virginia. Our presenter, Mr, Hector Del Castillo,  will present,  “Introduction to the Seven Phase Product Lifecycle

     

    • What is the seven phase product lifecycle?
    • What are key activities and deliverables within each phase?
    • Why should you adopt the seven phase product management process within your company?

     

    Introduction to the Seven Phase Project Lifecycle

  • 4 Skills You Need To Survive an Agile Environment

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    About the Program

    With Agile project management growing in popularity, everyday project managers are wondering “what about me?” We hear new approaches to product development involving self-organized teams and process automation, which lead us to wonder “where do I fit in?” The reality is projects still need leaders with hard skills and soft skills. Join us in this illuminating talk, where international agile expert Jesse Fewell will shed light on how project managers can help achieve agile success.

    4 Skills You Need To Survive an Agile Environment

  • Risk Management You Can Use!

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    Bruce uses his 30+ years of experience and knowledge in leading a discussion on Risk Management. The discussion will cover the following topics:

    • Risk Definition
    • Benefit of Proper Risk Management
    • Develop An Effective Risk Management Process
    • Respond to Risk Appropriately
    • Implement Our Knowledge

    Risk Management You Can Use!

  • Project Management vs. Change Management: Which Should Lead?

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    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.

    Project Management vs. Change Management: Which Should Lead?

  • War in the Office: Projects and Conflicts

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    All wars are projects — although not all projects are wars. From a management perspective, your project goes to war when you have competition for a goal, whether short range or long range. Your projects change. If you have to beat the competition, how good they are determines how good you need to be. Risk increases and becomes more conscious and deliberate. In these cases, there’s an overlap between thinking like a project manager and thinking like a general. The art of project management war requires different challenges and a different mindset. In this program, learn how to apply the lessons of Sun Tzu, von Clausewitz, and Machiavelli as a project manager. Prudent project managers avoid unnecessary conflict — but when you have to fight, fight to win.

    War in the Office: Projects and Conflicts

  • Leading Projects

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    Strategic project management involves both leading and managing; it involves skills that can be developed and it is in high demand throughout the world as organizations are learning to do more with less resources. We will examine the organizational factors impacting projects, how leading and managing skill sets both come into play, and practical application of the principles for success. As you learn how to think and act strategically, you will manage projects that differentiate you and prove your value to your organization and your customers.

    Leading Projects

  • Managing Through The Gray

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    This presentation is one part of a mentoring series on the essence of consulting as well as guidance for successful transformations using PMP principles. This presentation focuses primarily

    • Solicitation Planning
    • Solicitation
    • Source Selection
    • Contract Administration
    • Contract Closeout

    Ethics however stretches across all 9 Process Areas we act and rely upon in our daily PM efforts.

    Managing Through The Gray

  • Falk’s Eight Rules of Project Management!

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    We only have 50 minutes! How much can we learn in that amount of time? How about 35 years of business experience boiled down to 8 rules to make your life immensely easier. Whether you are a full time project manager or someone just starting your career this presentation will give you a unique perspective on how to do your job more effectively. Bruce’s humorous and somewhat irreverent look at how to manage your projects will ring true with common sense and reality. Come join us on Tuesday, June 26th. Walk away with information you will remember and use at home that night, at work the next day or right away with the person sitting next to you.

    Falk’s Eight Rules of Project Management!

  • Games and Team Building – Good for Business!

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    There is a sense that playing games on company time is not productive. Quite the opposite is true. Game play opens up right-brain opportunities to build high-powered teams of people who leverage their differences. Appropriate teambuilding activities motivate people and contribute to high efficiency teams. In her consulting practice, Darcie Davis, our presenter, has seen morbidly stressed people trying hard to get things done. She presents the case that even small but strategic ice breakers or games can increase team productivity and improve morale. Darcie has used games and ice breakers to build teams, revive teams, solve problems, improve morale, and develop business.

    Games and Team Building – Good for Business!

  • Breaking Barriers to Change!

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    Change is hard; strategic change, doubly so. Projects that aim to create significant change are perhaps the hardest of all, typically because they identify all of the organizational levers of change so that individual change will follow appropriately. However, this approach is backward! Lasting change occurs only when individuals change first... and people naturally resist change. Five hundred years ago, Niccolò Machiavelli wrote, "There is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to handle than to initiate a new order of things. For the reformer has enemies in all those who profit by the old order, and only lukewarm defenders by all those who could profit by the new order.

    Breaking Barriers to Change!

  • The “Whole” Leader: Normally we just talk about the “parts”

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    How many leadership presentations have you been to?  How many just talked about the skills or competencies leaders need?  That’s normally where the discussion starts and ends.  Do you know what the crucial characteristics are that distinguish highly successful leaders?  What “derailers” are and how they stall or end careers?   How to access and mitigate your risk of falling prey to those derailers?  How the most important roles (not jobs) of leaders have changed and how you’ll have to fill them for you to be successful in the next 10 years?  Join us on 27 March and I’ll share this with you, and more.   

    The “Whole” Leader: Normally we just talk about the “parts”

  • How Managing a Project Is Like Directing a Play

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    Why are some projects raving successes and some embarrassing failures, even after years of trying?  We, as project managers, tend to focus on technical skills, but they are only a part of the problem – less than half, according to some studies.  

    Learn what your organization can do even before assembling a project team, how you can structure your team for the type of project  you are embarking on, and how you can get and keep your team healthy, engaged, and focused on the customer’s goals.   This is certainly doable, and the rewards are outstanding for everyone involved.  

    How Managing a Project Is Like Directing a Play

  • Multi-Generational Workforce

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    One of the key research findings for "Transformational Thinking For New Business Era 2011" is that the highest ranked leadership development priority for HR was developing leaders capable of 'Managing, motivating and integrating a multi-generational workforce' (58%). Professionals and Senior Executives can be part of the solution by learning how to navigate, manage, and communicate across generations at work. Look around! You can't help but notice people of all ages working side-by-side in most organizations. That may be old news, but did you realize that for the first time in history all four generations are working together: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers ( Baby Voomers TM - come and will explain later) Generation X and Millennial? How is that working for you and your co-workers at the job?

    Multi-Generational Workforce

  • Developing Leadership Potential in Yourself and Others

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    Mastery of management techniques stands out in the title of “Project Manager”. Less obvious in the title, leadership skills distinguish excellent from average project management. The measure of effective leadership lies in the productivity of the entire project team – getting the results outlined in the project plan on time and on budget. Often individuals are put in charge of projects because they are “good workers” - achieving specific individual outcomes. Individual goals are tactical efforts. Leadership requires a more strategic view and the ability to co-ordinate the activities of others. The question becomes: how does one grow from being good a completing tasks to developing the skills to lead?

    Developing Leadership Potential in Yourself and Others

  • Differences Between Project Management & Product Management

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    This session will focus on discussing the challenge of working in organizations that do not understand the difference between project management and product management. The two roles often appear to be at odds with each other. A product manager may want to add features to meet customer needs while the project manager may want to limit the scope to ensure the project is delivered on time and under budget. Hector will discuss the major differences in the two roles and how they work together within organizations to transform product innovation to profit. Despite the similar names, there are big differences between product management and project management. The confusion between the two roles is common and potentially harmful to organizations who do not acknowledge the distinction. This is often the case for companies that develop web-based and technology products.

    Differences Between Project Management & Product Management

  • Visible Project and Team Management

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    The business landscape is littered with well intentioned business strategies and project plans that have yielded disappointing results or end up in the failed projects landfill. Why? Too often executives and project leaders do what they always do. They fail to identify and invest in tools that communicate information that is neither understandable nor actionable to in stakeholder’s context. This session will demonstrate a heat map tool for project and team performance reporting data. The data source is in tabular format. The output is a visual heat map that communicates with executives, program managers and project teams. The tool enables them to pose hypothesis and immediately validate the hypothesis with data and then develop adaptive solutions. This tool meets an important “viral marketing” requirement.

    Visible Project and Team Management

  • Essential Networking Skills for Project Managers

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    Essential Networking Skills for Project Managers

    Featuring

    Ms. Erika Flora, PMP,  PgMP,  ITIL Expert
    Principal Consultant
    Deyond20

    Tuesday, July 26, 2011

    Essential Networking Skills for Project Managers

  • The Project of Managing Time

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    The Project of Managing Time

    Featuring

    Ms. Tina Taylor, PMP
    Principal
    Lifetime Leaders Inc

    Tuesday, June 28, 2011

    The Project of Managing Time

  • The Strategic PMO

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    The Strategic PMO

    Featuring

    Jon Weinstein, PMP
    President
    Line of Sight (LOS)

    Tuesday, May 24, 2011

    The Strategic PMO

  • Introvert vs. Extrovert: Business Strategies For Success

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    Time and Location:

    Tysons Corner MonthlyLuncheon Meeting at
    Tower III Conference Facility
    Curie & Drew Conference Rooms
    1710 SAIC Drive

    McLean, VA 22102

    Introvert vs. Extrovert: Business Strategies For Success

  • Federal PM: Understanding FAC-P/PM and Competency

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    Federal PM: Understanding FAC-P/PM and Competency

    Featuring

    Mike O’Brochta, PMP
    President and Senior Project Manager
    Zozer,  INC,

    Tuesday, March 22, 2011

    Federal PM: Understanding FAC-P/PM and Competency

  • The POET in Every Program Manager: The Four Dimensions of Managing Programs

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    The POET in Every Program Manager: The Four Dimensions of Managing Programs

    Featuring

    Mr. Cleve Pillifant

    Tuesday, February 22, 2011

    Note: The PMI Luncheon Meeting for 25 January 2011 will not be held.

    The POET in Every Program Manager: The Four Dimensions of Managing Programs

  • Holiday Dinner and Annual Membership Meeting featuring Gregory Balestrero

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    PMIWDC's Holiday Dinner and Annual Membership Meeting

    What Does Hope Look Like? The Next 40 Years

    featuring

    Gregory Balestrero

    President and Chief Executive Officer, Project Management Institute

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    Location and Cost

    Agenda

    5:30 PM - PM Tools
    6:00 PM - Cash Bar & Networking
    6:15 PM - New Member Meet & Greet
    7:00 PM - Dinner
    8:00 PM - Guest Speaker
    9:00 PM - Adjourn

    Holiday Dinner and Annual Membership Meeting featuring Gregory Balestrero

  • A Case for Project Revenue Management

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    A Case for Project Revenue Management

    Featuring

    Peter J. Varani

    Tuesday, November 23, 2010

    A Case for Project Revenue Management

  • Leadership Lessons From Some of the World’s Toughest Marathons

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    Leadership Lessons From Some of the World’s Toughest Marathons

    featuring

    Anthony Reed

    Location and Cost

    Agenda

    5:30 PM - PM Tools
    6:00 PM - Cash Bar & Networking
    6:15 PM - New Member Meet & Greet
    7:00 PM - Dinner
    8:00 PM - Guest Speaker
    9:00 PM - Adjourn

    Leadership Lessons From Some of the World’s Toughest Marathons

  • Removing the Distance: Effective Project Management and Leadership of Virtual Teams

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    Removing the Distance: Effective Project Management and Leadership of Virtual Teams

    Featuring

    Dean J. Layman, PMP

    Senior Program Manager, SAIC

    Tuesday, October 26, 2010

    Removing the Distance: Effective Project Management and Leadership of Virtual Teams

  • PMIWDC Resources – Tools & Networking

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    PMIWDC Resources – Tools & Networking

    Featuring

    Mr. David Offenkrantz

    Mr. David Offenkrantz is President-Elect of the Washington DC Chapter of PMI and an experienced project and program manager in both the commercial and federal sectors.

    Tuesday, September 28, 2010

    PMIWDC Resources – Tools & Networking

  • Leadership & Strategic Thinking for Managers

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    Leadership & Strategic Thinking for Managers
     

    featuring

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

    Location and Cost

    Agenda

    5:30 PM - PM Tools
    6:00 PM - Cash Bar & Networking
    6:15 PM - New Member Meet & Greet
    7:00 PM - Dinner
    8:00 PM - Guest Speaker
    9:00 PM - Adjourn

    Leadership & Strategic Thinking for Managers

  • Plan for Project Success by Tailoring Processes Early

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    Plan for Project Success by Tailoring Processes Early

    Featuring

    Ms. Elizabeth McQueen, PMP

    Tuesday,August 24th, 2010

    Plan for Project Success by Tailoring Processes Early

  • Achieving Project Management Success in the Government

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    Achieving Project Management Success in the Government

    featuring

    Tim Jaques, PMP
    Jonathan Weinstein, PMP

    Location and Cost

    Agenda

    5:15 PM - Member Orientation Session
    5:30 PM - PM Tools
    6:00 PM - Cash Bar & Networking
    6:15 PM - New Member Meet & Greet
    7:00 PM - Dinner
    8:00 PM - Guest Speaker
    9:00 PM - Adjourn

    Achieving Project Management Success in the Government

  • Lean and Agile Project Management: For Large-Scale Programs and Projects

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    Lean and Agile Project Management: For Large-Scale Programs and Projects

    Featuring

    Dr. David F. Rico, PMP, CSM

    Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

    Lean and Agile Project Management: For Large-Scale Programs and Projects

  • Project Management for Social Good

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    Project Management for Social Good
    Bringing the Power of Project Management to People & Communities Throughout the World

    featuring

    Diane Fromm

    Location and Cost

    Agenda

    5:30 PM - PM Tools
    6:00 PM - Cash Bar & Networking
    6:15 PM - New Member Meet & Greet
    7:00 PM - Dinner
    8:00 PM - Guest Speaker
    9:00 PM - Adjourn

    Project Management for Social Good

  • Ethical Business Development in Client-site Programs

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    Ethical Business Development in Client-site Programs

    Featuring

    James A. Reid

    SAIC VP and Division Manager, SAIC VP and Division Manager

    Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

    Ethical Business Development in Client-site Programs

  • Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Valuing Differences within Project Teams

    Valuing Differences within Project Teams

    Featuring

    Tina Taylor

    President, Lifetime Leaders Inc.

    Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

    Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Valuing Differences within Project Teams

  • Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Building and Managing Effective and Cohesive Teams

    Building and Managing Effective and Cohesive Teams

    Featuring

    Dr. Eric P. Michael, PMP

    Strategic Communication Specialist

    Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

    Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Building and Managing Effective and Cohesive Teams

  • Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Mark Buchholz, PMP - Communicating Well?

    "Communicating Well?"

    Featuring

    Mark Buchholz, PMP

    Specialist

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    Tuesday, 23 February 2010

    Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Mark Buchholz, PMP - Communicating Well?

  • October Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Aubrey P. Jones, PMP - "Asset Management and Sustainment Cost Control"

    "Asset Management and Sustainment Cost Control"

    Featuring

    Aubrey P. Jones, PMP

    Senior Consultant
    Data Systems Analysts, Inc.

    Download the speaker's presentation (1.1MB PDF)

    Tuesday, 27 October 2009

    October Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Aubrey P. Jones, PMP - "Asset Management and Sustainment Cost Control"

  • September Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Tina Taylor - "Managing Challenging Team Members"

    "Managing Challenging Team Members"

    Featuring

    Tina Taylor

    President
    Lifetime Leaders, Inc.

    Tuesday, 22 September 2009

    September Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Tina Taylor - "Managing Challenging Team Members"

  • August Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Jeff Gallimore, PMP - "Golden Rules for Project Managers "

    "Golden Rules for Project Managers"

    Featuring

    Jeff Gallimore, PMP

    Partner and Co-Founder
    Excella Consulting

    View the presentation slides (1.55 MB PDF)

    August Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Jeff Gallimore, PMP - "Golden Rules for Project Managers "

  • July Tyson's Corner Luncheon - David Montagne - "Agile Project Management: Going Beyond Software Development"

    "Agile Project Management: Going Beyond Software Development"

    Featuring

    David Montagne

    Senior Associate
    Booz Allen Hamilton

    View the presentation slides (1.55 MB PDF)

    July Tyson's Corner Luncheon - David Montagne - "Agile Project Management: Going Beyond Software Development"

  • June Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Wally Johnson - "Walking Away Gracefully - A Tale of Three Projects"

    "Walking Away Gracefully — A Tale of Three Projects"

    Featuring

    Wally Johnson

    Deputy Program Manager
    SAIC, supporting DISA

    View the presentation slides (1.55 MB PDF)

    June Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Wally Johnson - "Walking Away Gracefully - A Tale of Three Projects"

  • May Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Kathleen A. Hedges - "Establishing and Maintaining a Sustainable Program Execution Organization"

    "Establishing and Maintaining a Sustainable Program Execution Organization"

    Featuring

    Kathleen A. Hedges

    Senior Vice President and Director
    Program Execution Office, SAIC

    View the presentation slides (1.55 MB PDF)

    May Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Kathleen A. Hedges - "Establishing and Maintaining a Sustainable Program Execution Organization"

  • April Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Tina Taylor - "Turbo Charged Teams"

    “Turbo Charged Teams

    Featuring

    Tina Taylor

    President, Lifetime Leaders Inc.

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    April Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Tina Taylor - "Turbo Charged Teams"

  • March Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Sunjay Pandey- "The Switching Gears Factor"

    “The Switching Gears Factor

    Featuring

    Sunjay K. Pandey

    Partner Managing Director, ALTERthought

    For more information or for a copy of the presentation, contact alterthought.com

    March Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Sunjay Pandey- "The Switching Gears Factor"

  • January Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Michael J. Kwak - "ITES-2S IDIQ Performance Based Observations"

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    “ITES-2S IDIQ Performance Based Observations”

    Featuring

    Michael J. Kwak

    VP, Division Manager
    Enterprise & Mission Solutions, SAIC

    View the speaker's presentation (PDF, 104KB)

    January Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Michael J. Kwak - "ITES-2S IDIQ Performance Based Observations"

  • October Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Wally Johnson - Creating & Managing Virtual Teams

    “Creating & Managing Virtual Teams

    Featuring

    Wally Johnson, PMP

    Deputy Program Manager
    SAIC, supporting DISA

    View the speaker's presentation (PDF)

    October Tyson's Corner Luncheon - Wally Johnson - Creating & Managing Virtual Teams

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