2020 Project Management Virtual Conference
Thursday, October 1, 2020 07:30 AM
In response to COVID-19 public health directives, the Willamette Valley Chapter has moved its monthly professional development programs to a virtual platform. We've also suspended our in-person events until the public health situation allows. In the meantime, please check out our Events page for local and global online events to continue your project management professional development.
PMI Global is also making adjustments to its plans for events, and changes to certification programs and exam content. PMI has created a webpage to post announcements related to COVID-19 impacts.
2020 Willamette Valley
Project Management Conference
Fully Virtual Event
October 1 - 2, 2020
HiPPO, the acronym for "highest paid person's opinion," is the manager who pops into your project at the last moment and offers an opinion on what to do to make the project, or product, a success. This may or may not be a great idea. In this discussion, we will examine how you can depersonalize decision-making and make the decision about facts, not what the HiPPO thinks. We will investigate healthy conflict, and respectful interjection with meaningful data.
Global Conference is the annual event for professionals in project management.
In just three days, you’ll have the opportunity to learn, share insights, and network with thousands of like-minded professionals globally. Take advantage of your chance to earn up to 18 PDUs to help maintain the certification that you've worked for! When you leave, you’ll bring with you knowledge and skills you can apply as soon as you're back to work.
PMO Symposium is a must-attend, four-day event for PMO leaders, from the organization that knows your profession best.
PMO Symposium 2020 will give you the skills, strategies and solutions to create a PMO that’s future-fit. One that adapts rapidly to deliver projects and programs that transform the organization. And one your leaders turn to for advice on how to stay future-ready in a constantly disrupting world.
We've Got A New Look!
Because it is so visual, you might think that our new logo, colors, typography and symbols are the “new brand.” But these images are only a visual representation of our new brand position, which is the core of PMI as we begin our next 50 years.
When the Project Management Institute was founded 50 years ago, project management wasn’t a thing yet—it was a small group of people talking about new tools, and processes that were changing the way work was being done. Our founders had the foresight to create an organization that would help people deliver results as their work changed. We’re carrying on that vision with our new brand.
We’re planting a flag in the future as ways of working continue to change. PM’s Value Delivery Landscape encompasses all of what we do today, all of the new offerings and knowledge we now have through our friends at Disciplined Agile and Flex, and is broad enough to keep us relevant through whatever is next – whether that’s citizen developer, low code/no code, quantum computing, or something completely new that will emerge as we continue to integrate technology into our ways of working.
Whatever that looks like, PMI powers The Project Economy, strengthening society by enabling organizations and empowering people to make ideas a reality.
The new logos, symbols and graphics are the visual representation of this new position, and PMI’s intent to be the leading voice in the future.
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|Members with no Certification||133|
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Members in Spotlight
New Members This Month
- Linda Koontz
5th Year Anniversary
- Robyn Lannigan
- Robin Westby, PMP
Renewing Members This Month
- Thomas Terwilliger
- James Wilson
- Jose Kraft
- Shannon Powell, PMP
- Jessica Acocella, PMP
- Diane Murzynski
- Rita Wren, PMP
- Elizabeth Rife, PMP
- Trevor Aaron, CAPM
- Danielle Zacharias
- Robin Westby, PMP
- Jonathan Love, PMP
- Terence Jones, PMP
- Suzie Lyda
- Connie Atchley, PMP,PMI-ACP