Risk Governance - The First Big Step to a Program, Project or Portfolio Risk Brand
Is your organization conservative? Risk-taking? A collection of loose cannons? Those are important questions to both our teams and our customers. We need to be crystal clear on who we are as organizations, as risk managers and as project/program managers. Without clear risk governance, no one knows where the proverbial lines are drawn and when and how we intend to react (or pro-act). In this engaging, dynamic presentations, Carl Pritchard examines how to evaluate your organization's current risk governance practices and how to take them to the next level by clearly identifying your risk language and brand.
Carl Pritchard is the author of seven texts in project management, including the Risk Management Memory Jogger (with Karen Tate) and Risk Management: Concepts and Guidance, 5th Edition. He is a thought leader in risk management, presenting around the world to government, business and professional associations. He is the lead chapter author of the risk management chapter of PMBOK Guide 4th Edition and is the U.S. Correspondent for the British project management magazine, Project Manager Today.
|Event End Date||07-10-2018|
|Registration Start Date||03-15-2018|
|Cut off date||07-10-2018 10:00 am|
|Individual Price||$17.00 non-members ; $14.00 members (until 07-09-2018)|
This educational event qualifies for .5 PDU within the PMI Talent Triangle - Strategic and Business Management
|Event End Date||09-11-2018|
|Registration Start Date||09-10-2018|
|Cut off date||09-13-2018|
PMI Baltimore Chapter – Annapolis Junction Site Lunch Meeting
This event was changed on 9/11/18 due to a scheduling conflict. New topic: Project Planning and Scheduling Fundamentals - a Retrospective. 1 Technical PDU.
Incredible Everyday Presentations – How NOT to Present Like Steve Jobs
Speaker Names - Josh Herring, PMP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-SP®, Vice President of Performance at Cognosante
11:30 - 12:00pm Check-in & Lunch, 12:00-12:50pm Presentation, 12:50 – Q&A/Closing.
Must be signed into the Website with PMI.org log in information to get Member pricing. Non-Member must be Guests. $2 discount if register and pay online at least one day prior.
To reduce costs, cancellations will only be issued a credit toward future event for the value paid - less 10% service charge. You must cancel through the link in the registration email to trigger the refund.
|Event Date||09-11-2018 11:30 am|
|Event End Date||09-11-2018 1:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||07-27-2018|
|Cut off date||09-11-2018 11:30 am|
|Individual Price||$17.00 non-members; $14.00 members|
11:30 Networking, Brainstorming, and Order Food
12pm Eat - Networking
- Best Practices
- Communications Discussion - SharePoint
- New Website Software Demo and Walk through (Bring your computer)
- Feedback Discussion
Should finish by 4pm, if we can stay on task.
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|Event Date||08-06-2016 11:30 am|
|Event End Date||08-06-2016 4:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||07-21-2016 3:00 pm|
Abstract: The government has for some time shown an interest in moving software development and potentially other management practices to Agile methods, including Scrum. However, the realities of implementing Scrum in some government environments can be fraught with difficulties and contradictions that make the process ineffective or untenable even when we "know" it should work. This discussion examines what common difficulties arise for the Scrum Master and development teams that limit the effectiveness of Scrum even when the government professes an interest and support. The discussion provides a very brief review of the Scrum method, and then discusses ways that government process limits its use. The presenter also provides insights into how some of the limitations can be mitigated to achieve a positive result for the client. Bio Stephen Lesnik is an over thirty year veteran of the IT and government contracting industries. He began his career programming computer-based educational software and has since had experience in most roles in the IT industry. In recent years he has provided project management, systems engineering, security engineering, and education to clients in the Defense industry. He has been the manager and/or Scrum Master for several programs developing software tools and capabilities. His experience as an educator includes being an adjunct instructor at John Hopkins Carey Business School and the University of Maryland University College, as well as, teaching numerous technical courses to businesses in the commercial and government sectors. He has a BA, MA, and MBA and holds industry certifications in cyber security, project management, and Agile development including CISSP-ISSMP, CCSP, CEH, PMP, PMI-ACP, and CSM.
|Event Date||08-09-2016 11:30 am|
|Event End Date||08-09-2016 4:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||07-01-2016|
|Cut off date||08-09-2016 11:30 am|