Next Chapter Meeting
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
4:00 Registration table opens
4:30 Educational presentation
5:35 New member welcome meeting
6:00 Dinner & announcements
7:00 Keynote presentation
Doubletree Lloyd Center, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, Oregon
Pick up your parking voucher at the registration table–Parking is FREE!
Chicken Saltimbocca with Mozzarella, Shaved Prosciutto, Sauteed Mushrooms, Sun Dried Tomato Pesto And Spinach Oil with Parmesan Risotto
Wild Mushroom Ravioli Balsamic and Sage Butter with Roasted Vegetables
Red Velvet Cake, Moist Buttermilk Sponge Cake, drizzled with Kirsch, Layered with Cream Cheese Mousse and Icing
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ISO Project Management Standards - ISO 21500
Introduction to the efforts in ISO in project management including a discussion of ISO 21500 some of the similarities with the PMBOK Guide and differences, how various countries intend to use ISO 21500, and the US current position. Other items discussed will be other standards currently under construction and their potential impact on the market place and differences foreseen from similar PMI standards. The discussion will turn towards how one can become involved, if one chooses and the levels of involvement available and the current involvement of PMI and other project management organizations.
About the Speaker
Rebecca Winston provides consulting services in strategy, portfolio, program, and project management for various government agencies and private corporations in research and development, construction, information technologies, operations, environmental management, and other areas of management. Find more information about Winston Strategic Management Consulting at www.winstonstrategicmanagementconsulting.com
Project Sponsorship: Winning Strategies for Executive Leaders
Projects are the lifeblood of any organization that wants to grow, improve, and innovate. Unfortunately, too many projects fail, wasting time and money while sinking stock prices and brand loyalty. These failures jeopardize the health of a company and the livelihood of its people.
In Project Sponsorship: Winning Strategies for Executive Leaders, Terri Carbone illustrates how simple shifts in mindset and habits can have a dramatic impact on the success of a project. Drawing on over two decades of experience in project management, Carbone offers compelling storytelling and practical strategies that will challenge and inspire executive sponsors to:
- cultivate a culture of integrity and accountability in the workplace;
- create better relationships with their project teams;
- maximize the usefulness of project-management methodologies;
- ask the key questions that will lead to fully informed decisions; and
- think critically to gain new insight into the process of project sponsorship.
About the Speaker
Terri Carbone is a dynamic, forward-thinking manager with more than twenty-five years of experience delivering successful projects and programs across a range of business sectors, including technology, healthcare, and aerospace and defense.
Find her online at www.successfulprojectsponsorship.com.
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