Organization Change Management
At the March JC PM MeetUp, John McCarver will present an overview of Organization Change Management (OCM) and its impact on project implementation. This will include a walk-through of a proven OCM methodology and its relationship to project management. John will also highlight the effectiveness of this methodology when used on a project.
There is no charge for this event, and attendees will earn 1 PDU for the hour of discussion, which will begin promptly at noon and end at 1:00. Bring your own lunch and plan to be part of this discussion!
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Risk management is a core component of project management; but much of the time it seems like the toolkit that hides in the back of the shed. Let's do some spring cleaning and talk about when it is best used and how we can dust off some of these critical tools to make our projects more successful!
Bring your lunch and join us at City of Columbia Municipal Government Building on March 28th!
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