For the fifth year in a row the Project Manager's Community of Practice is getting set to launch! Community of Practice (PM-CoP) members meet once per month over lunch (BYOL) to learn from each other about various aspects of project management. They select the topics, a member speaker presents a 15-20 minute informal presentation and members engage in a dynamic conversation giving and taking in their learning on the topic. Members have repeatedly communicated how much they appreciate this learning and networking format.
You can benefit from:
- Experienced project managers (PMs) advance the profession by sharing their background and experience with participating PMs while adding new perspectives and tools to your toolkit.
- Less experienced PMs benefit by recognizing the value of their particular experience and gleaning strategies and tips from other PMs.
- Engaging with other PMs in a learning dialogue on various aspects of project management and leadership rather than passively listening to someone deliver a talk on it.
- Refining your presentation and facilitation skills, as desired.
- The opportunity to be a committed member of a community of project managers who teach and learn through meaningful dialogue.
PDUs · 1.5 per lunch meeting
Meeting Logistics For more details - click here
• To offer relevant and desired opportunities to PMINAC members to grow as professional project managers and leaders
• To advance peer-based learning in the area of project management
• To adapt the program as needs emerge and evolve
• To have a minimum of 10 members who form the core community at each meeting.
PM-CoP Measures of Success:
· Quality of learning as evaluated by members of the PM-CoP
· Demonstrated involvement by the community as per roles held and rotated throughout the year
o Participation Tracker
o PDU Coordinator
o Document Manager
· Number of core members participating
· Total number of participants per meeting and to the overall program
Click here for the Community of Practice April 20, 2017