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Project Management Institute

PMI SOUTH ASIA RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC CONFERENCE 2021

Theme: Enhancing project performance: Application of AI and decision science |3 - 6 March 2021

It was a deep dive event for industry professionals, academicians, students and leading researchers in project management. The conference focused on the influence of Decision Science and Artificial Intelligence on the way projects are conceived, conceptualized and executed.

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Delivery Methods: Live Streaming

11.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 7.25 Power Skills 1.75 Business Acumen 2.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Spring 2017 Professional Development Day
This looks like a great plan. What could possibly go wrong? There are many responses to this: • Let me count the ways • What you don't know hurts you • (Add your own here) There are aspects of project management unique to your discipline and approach, but project risk identification and management is definitely not one of them. This exciting and practical workshop is applicable to all disciplines, models and approaches to implementation and delivery of our project results. We will use a hands-on approach to explore how your project structure and constraints actually breed risks, how to identify and analyze these risks, where and how marshal your resources to deal with them and the communication tools to assist in and track these actions.
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 4.00 Power Skills 4.00 Business Acumen 0.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Fall 2017 Professional Development Day
Topic: Techniques and Processes for Practicing “Business-Savvy” Project Management In some organizations, the project management discipline is under ever-increasing pressure to demonstrate its value and contribution to the “bottom line”. And in most organizations, project practitioners ask how they can contribute greater value to their organizations from a more personal perspective. By far, the most effect response to either case is to learn and understand how to apply a variety of methods and tools for “connecting the dots” between projects, project management practices, widely accepted business practices, and their own organization’s practices. Project practitioners must develop their project business-savvy competency in addition to their technical knowledge and leadership capabilities. In this informative, content-intensive seminar.
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Delivery Methods: None

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 4.00 Power Skills 1.00 Business Acumen 3.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Spring 2018 Professional development Day
Whether your organization has a PMO or is contemplating creating one, this course offers key principles that will help establish and mature a PMO. An incremental approach (i.e., “building blocks”) is presented that provides PMO leadership and members with an iterative methodology that focuses on using “manageable changes” to build and improve a PMO to successfully align to and deliver the organization’s strategy. This seminar utilizes a ‘hands-on’ approach, and each student will learn how to complete an individualized roadmap for immediate use in their own PMO. Participants will be provided with the tools to determine which aspects of project, program and/or portfolio management will be most appropriate for their organizations, and the extent to which they should be implemented. Participants will evaluate their organization’s culture and maturity to determine the specific PMO functions needed, and the level of rigor and sequence for implementation.
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Delivery Methods: None, Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 0.00 Power Skills 0.00 Business Acumen 8.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

PMI-APICS Supply Chain & ASQ Methodologies

Please join us for a PMI Monthly Dinner Meeting and to hear from experienced professionals from PM, American Society of Quality and American Production Inventory Control Society and how these methodologies blend together in delivering a process that is acceptable to a respective customer.  We also be inviting members of the local ASQ and APICS chapters to join with our fellow PMI-DVC members to hear about this important subject,

ASQ has several Bodies of Knowledge (BoK) for ASQ certification that include Supply Chain Management, such as Six Sigma Black/Green Belt and Quality Manager. Recently ASQ offered a certification  for a Supplier Quality Professional (CSQP) that "works with an organization's supply chain and suppliers to continuously improve performance of key system components (increase life cycle, reduce scrap, improve repair processes) by implementing process controls and developing quality assurance plans"

APICS Customers are looking for products in hours or days instead of weeks.  Today, the “order winner” is how well you run your supply chain.  Winning the competition of supply chain vs. supply chain increases market share and customer loyalty. Businesses are focusing on their core competencies and extending some of their processes to other partners who are experts in their fields.  There is shift to master the horizontal supply thus leaving the vertical concept in the past.

 

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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

2.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 2.00 Power Skills 0.00 Business Acumen 0.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Analyzing the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition How should PMP®s respond to the silent tsunami headed at their careers?.
The speaker describes the quick history of the PMBOK guide which contain important highlights in the growth of the project management profession. He examines the growth of knowledge of the PMBOK guide started in 1966 with 199 pages to 2017 and 754 pages with an Agile Practice Guide of 182 pages.  It also examines the growth of the PMI-ACP as a recognizable certification that can replace the CAPM as the second highest as compared to the PMP. The presentation also focuses what has changed in Content, Context what does it mean, and You the Project Manager in what opportunities are emerging,   The content will explore the changes in the Product Life Cycle, the Content including three new processes, two Renamed Knowledge areas, and  nine Renamed Processes.  In Context it examines Complexity in Customer Expectation, Marketplace, Stakeholder Expectations, Project Management, and Communications. The you is classified as Team Leadership and the complexities contained within.  The presentation also includes information from an internal J P Morgan Chase Study on Agile Project Management
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

1.50 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 0.00 Power Skills 0.00 Business Acumen 1.50

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

The Secrets of Self-Actualization and Workplace Engagement
In this session, Michael Milutis will share what he has learned from having consulted with hundreds of  project management and IT professionals from around the world on their career development challenges. He will explain why self-knowledge and mindfulness are such critical success factors in the modern technology work space, while exploring the key personal questions to which everyone must find answers. Michael will walk you through this process and then demonstrate how one's learning strategy, networking strategy, and personal  branding strategy all flow logically from the answers. Attendees will walk away with a road map for becoming  more fulfilled and self-actualized and for positively transforming their careers.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

2.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 0.00 Power Skills 2.00 Business Acumen 0.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Project Management Leadership – Building Healthy Teams and Successful Projects
Event Description:  This session will focus on leadership for project manager – the skills, attributes and knowledge that we should have to allow us to succeed at this exciting role. All project managers are leaders, but our type of leadership is not easy.  We get thrown (or eased) into an environment that is fast moving, typically stressful, ever changing and continually challenging.  Oh, and we have no real authority!
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

1.00 PDU
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 0.00 Power Skills 1.00 Business Acumen 0.00

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Making the Shift to Lean Portfolio Management
Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) is the highest level of decision-making and financial accountability for the products and services in your portfolio. Join Susan as she walks you through the LPM triangle of Strategy & Investment Funding, Agile Portfolio Operations, and Lean Governance.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

1.00 PDU
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 0.00 Power Skills 0.50 Business Acumen 0.50

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter

Project Management in the Life Sciences Industry
There will be a discussion about the concentration:  Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and Medical Device area. Project management expertise and discussion will expand in the areas of: Product Development & Commercialization Supply Chain Optimization Integration Management Early-Stage Acceleration    Life Sciences industry is defined as Companies in the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biomedical technologies, life systems technologies, pharmaceuticals, cosmetically, food processing, environmental, biomedical devices, and organizations and institutions that devote the majority of their efforts in the various stages of research, development, technology transfer & commercialization. Leading projects in the areas of: New Product Development, Tech Transfer Drug/Device Development, Integration/Divestiture Rx-to-OTC Switch, Cost Improvement Initiatives,
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

2.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Ways of Working 2.00 Power Skills 0.00 Business Acumen 0.00
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