It’s time to speak up! PMINAC is looking for dynamic presenters, spokespersons, educators and facilitators who can create engaging learning experiences for our members. If you are considered an expert in your field and would like the opportunity to present at a Chapter dinner meeting, seminar or our PMINAC annual conference, please complete the following form. Don’t forget to include a short message about your experience PLUS attach a statement about your background and a sample of your presentation proposal.
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Agile Project Management
Project Budgets & Costing
Project Success Stories
Project Lessons Learned
Scrum Software Development
Select one topic from the following list. If you have more than one presentation topic, please submit a separate form for each one.
Strategic and Business management
PDU requirements for PMI Certification holders are depicted as the PMI Talent Triangle with 3 key aspects:
Technical Project Management: Technical here means methodical, building expertizes in project management methodologies. Complement them with the real world experiences and solutions deployed to overcome challenges. The expectation is a project manager will be able to apply his structured project management knowledge in practice.
Leadership: Build leadership skills that will help a project manager deliver all project objectives and stakeholder expectations by showing situationally appropriate behavior. This piece of the triangle includes negotiation skills, conflict management abilities, team development, emotional intelligence, resources motivation and so on.
Strategic and Business management: In order to improve on project implementation and deliver the best possible organization results, the project manager will execute their projects as per the strategy and vision of company leaders. The expectation is that the project manager will showcase there entrepreneurial, contract management, strategic planning skills, be able to simplify complexity and so on.
A chapter dinner meeting (Evening)
A chapter breakfast meeting (Morning)
A Community of Practice meeting (Lunch time)
A Seminar (1/2-1 Day)
All of the above