2016 Annual Conference Registration
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Welcome to PMI Portland Chapter, serving project management practitioners in the Greater Portland, Oregon area and Southwest Washington. Because our communities thrive and grow, our membership is one of the largest in the nation. The industries served include aerospace, engineering, communications, computer and telecommunications technology, healthcare, manufacturing, software development, transportation and more.
Within the organization you will discover a place to grow, contribute and thrive through our extensive network of project management professionals. The opportunities abound for you to collaborate and share, Volunteer and engage and challenge each other through our Chapter Meetings, Annual Conference, Workshops, Certification courses and Roundtable events. Expand your professional network and join us in strengthening the project management community. We would like to get to know you.
Registration opens September 1st
Leading Change - One Thing That Will Remain the Same Change will Continue to Occur, with John Canfield
Why Bother Measuring Change? with Nick Anderson
Strategic Planning: Create an operational planning document that guides company leaders and employees, and improves the executive team's ability to identify, prioritize, and assign opportunities, and contributes to improved company performance. This is an interactive workshop letting team tables develop a complete strategic plan. The associated Study Guide provides steps and resources for further facilitation training and support. This workshop earns you 8 PDUs.
Too often, a project falls apart due to improper planning, turf wars, lack of focus, and the inevitable ill-defined requirements. Using an agile approach does not guarantee success either. This fast-paced workshop guides project planning, definition, and validation in early stage development. Experience how a well-focused, collaborative team can produce amazing results. This half day workshop earns you 4 PDUs.
Ken Whitaker in action!
Prepare for PMP or CAPM certification through the Portland Chapter of the Project Management Institute. Experienced project leaders ready to become certified Project Management Professionals (PMP), and those looking to establish credibility in the application of project management processes as a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), will both benefit from this course as they prepare for the Project Management Institute (PMI) examination.
We wish to thank each of the Chapter sponsors for their continued support of the organization and their recognition of the importance of project management in the Portland area. To learn how your organization can become a Chapter sponsor, please visit Become a Sponsor.