A roundtable is a meeting where Project Managers discuss issues they face on a daily basis. Roundtables are held throughout the Portland-Vancouver area and each meeting has its own personality. They usually follow a basic pattern but sometimes use a different format for ongoing discussions. The meetings always start with introductions and usually a solicitation for topics. Topics tabled from previous meetings, that are still current issues, are given priority. The topics are selected by attendees based on that roundtable’s rules and opened for discussion. Sometimes topics are prearranged, such as when preparation time for topic facilitation is needed.
These meetings are worth 1 PDU to PMPs, and can be extremely valuable and fun. There is often a balance of junior and senior Project Managers from a variety of disciplines to provide an eclectic viewpoint.
- You do not need to be a Chapter member to attend a roundtable meeting.
You do not need to RSVP or sign up to attend a roundtable meeting.
- Meeting dates and times may change, and special events may be planned. Sign up for the Roundtable mailing list(s) by clicking the Subscribe link below. Check one or more boxes to join our Roundtable mailing lists. You may opt out at any time.
For more information, contact the Director of Roundtables at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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