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PMIHNL 20th – Recognizing PM in Hawaii (8/20 & 8/22)

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PMIHNL 20th – Recognizing PM in Hawaii

   

 

Cablecast Schedule

Dates and times:

August 20th between 10:30pm and midnight

August 22nd between 2:00 and 3:30pm

 


2015 PDD Speaker: Jamie Champagne (7/8/18 - 8/5/18)

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2015 PDD* Speaker:  Jamie Champagne

Presenting:  Everyday Project Management Leadership

   

Jamie Champagne

*PDD = Professional Development Day

Cablecast Schedule

Dates and times:

July 8 at 12pm

July 15 at 12pm

July 22 at 12pm

August 5 at 12pm

Speaker Biography:

A champion of process improvement and innovation, Jamie Champagne enjoys culture change challenges that utilize her strong background in business analysis, project management, knowledge management and information technology.  She currently sits as the President of the Hawaii IIBA Chapter and volunteers as the Social Media Coordinator for PMI Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter.

Synopsis:

Project managers are more than just a task manager, schedule keeper and risk mitigator - they are organizational leaders, safely navigating the team to success!  Together, we'll walk through activities that not only strengthen your success as a project manager, but grow leadership into your day-to-day tasks by trying different approaches.  The presentation points will be applicable to PMs, project teams, or those who work with or manage project managers as the focus centers around strengthening your own and others' project management skills such that the outcome is even stronger leadership skills.

 


Leveling Up: Five Real World Examples of Incremental Maturity

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2016 PDD* Speaker:   Tony Appleby

Presenting:  Leveling Up: Five Real World Examples of Incremental Maturity

   

*PDD = Professional Development Day

Cablecast Schedule

Dates and times:

Sunday, August 19 at 12pm

Sunday, August 26 at 12 pm

Sunday, September 2 at 12 pm

 

Speaker Biography:

Mr. Appleby has been involved with project management and organizational change management engagements on six continents, working with senior leadership and country executives of fortune 500 and global 2000 companies, international not-for-profit associations and government entities. He specializes in organizational maturity and strategic transformation, and has assisted numberous organizations with successfully advancing and transforming their capabilities and effectively achieving their business objectives. 

Synopsis:

While maturity models are very prevalent in todays business world, they are frequently better understood in theory than they are in practice. In this presentation, we walk the attendees through five examples of how maturity models have been effectively employed in different industries across the globe.