2016 Annual Conference Registration
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 April 24
Risk Management - Texas Hold'em Tactics for the Project Manager, with Dr. James Brown
Growing Your PM Leadership Tool Kit, with Connie Plowman
When improperly handled, conflicts can create barriers to organizational efficiency that can linger and/or spill over to other areas outside of the original situation. You will learn how to best handle conflicts with a focus on prevention. When properly handled, conflicts are resolved in a manner that maintains relationships and produces mutually agreeable outcomes. This workshop earns you 8 PDUs.
Organizations the world over struggle to make changes stick. This class is designed to integrate change management in the project when the product is first realized in a manner that end-users can see and feel the upcoming change and take ownership of it. This workshop helps PMO managers, executive sponsors, project managers, and their project teams understand why and how to make change last. This workshop earns you 8 PDUs.
The SAFe® Agilist certification program is for executives, managers and Agile change agents responsible for leading a Lean-Agile change initiative in a large software enterprise. It validates their knowledge in applying the Scaled Agile Framework, lean thinking, and product development flow principles in an enterprise context so they can lead the adoption of the Scaled Agile Framework.
This Leading SAFe® workshop will show you how to deliver large projects with multiple teams and how Agile works at the portfolio and program levels. You will also obtain 14 PDUs toward your PMP or 14 Agile credits toward your PMI-ACP.
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