Friday, May 24, 2013
One of the primary objectives of the Project Management Office (PMO) is to standardize and implement a project management methodology to be leveraged for internal projects sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter of PMI. This methodology is based on the guidance provided in the PMI’s Project Management Book of Knowledge® (PMBOK®).
There are five (5) main phases that each internal Chapter project should follow: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling, and Closing. Click on a phase below to link to templates and additional resources.
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June 7 (Friday): PMI BC ITIL V3 Foundation Exam Prep Training. 2-Day Seminar (Columbia, MD)
June 10 (Monday): Advanced Risk Management. Seminar (Timonium, MD)
June 11 (Tuesday): Agile: What’s in it for the Project Manager?. Lunch Meeting (Annapolis Junction, Maryland)
June 15 (Saturday): Cloud Computing 101: A Primer for Project Managers. Seminar (Columbia, MD)
June 17 (Monday): Risk and Risk Ethics. Dinner Meeting (Hanover, MD)
June 19 (Wednesday): Agile 102 - Implementing Agile. Dinner Meeting (Annapolis, MD)
June 24 (Monday): Leveraging Project Management Techniques in Sports Officiating. Lunch Meeting (Columbia, MD)
July 9 (Tuesday): Conflict Resolution for Construction and Other Projects. Lunch Meeting (Annapolis Junction, Maryland)
To help you accomplish your organizational goals, PMI Baltimore Chapter provides many Sponsorship Programs. You can reach out to our 3000+ members in a variety of ways!