February 2024 - Lunch PM Network – Supporting Holistic Project Planning and Understanding the Corporate Executive Role
Supporting Holistic Project Planning and Understanding the Corporate Executive Role
Speaker/Facilitator: Lee Lambert, one of the project management profession’s thought leaders. He has been spreading the PM word for over 50 years and was one of the Founders of PMP. Lee has been recognized by the Project Management Institute as one of only 70 PMI Fellows. He brings a “real world” message to those hoping to excel in their role of managing projects. His unique and humorous style creates an enjoyable and productive learning environment.
PMI Fellow and thought leader Lee Lambert will share his insights on supporting holistic project planning, including how to manage risk awareness, human resources, facilities, equipment, and service organizations in the planning effort. He will also review the corporate executive role and help attendees better understand this role and how to develop effective communications, seek random conversations, recognize and reward project performance, confirm staff professional development, and establish continuous improvement on all project disciplines.
Grab your lunch and plan to join us online.
Please let us know you’re planning to join in by registering for the virtual meeting on our website at https://pmimidmo.org. A link to the virtual meeting will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
Event ID: 20240222-01
Talent Triangle PDUs:
Power Skills – 0.00
Strategic Business Management Business Acumen – 0.00
Technical Ways of Working – 1.00
TOTAL PDUs – 1.00
Date / Time of Event:Thursday, February 22, 2024 Noon - 1:00 PM
Location/Meeting Invitation: Online Only – A Zoom meeting link will be provided on registration.
No cost for the chapter members (must log in to get this discount)
$10 for non-chapter members
Benefits:Attendees will Attendees will learn about supporting holistic project planning and how to manage risk awareness, human resources, facilities, equipment, and service organizations. They will also learn that the Corporate Executive is not a passive project role and how to establish the following:
- Effecetive Communications
- Seek random conversations
- Recognize and reward project performnace
- Confirm a staff professional development program
- Insist on continuous improvement in all project disciplines
Recommended Audience:Project management practitioners, certified and non-certified, those interested in project management
Prerequisites or Requirements:None
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