Hello PMI Keystone!
As you are aware, our 2018 Chapter Board elections ended on August 31. I am pleased to announce the official election results, and welcome the following individuals into the new roles that they will be assuming on January 1, 2019:
Gordon Vanauken – Chapter President
Philip Sedhom – Chapter Vice President
Cindy Ireland –...
Hello Chapter Members!You should have received an e-mail to cast your vote for our 2019 Board Member Openings. We want to encourage you to cast your vote as this leadership will lead and represent the chapter’s membership in the upcoming year.Ballots are being held for the following board positions:
The PMI Keystone Chapter held a 'pilot' event in Reading on Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. It was attended by almost 40 professional project managers. Cynthia Manning, Principal Project Manager at Worley Parsons, led an engaging and interactive discussion on Risk Management. The event was highly successful, and attendees are...
The board is continually looking to improve our processes and communications with the membership. In September 2017 we implemented a new weekly email that provides a listing of all of our upcoming events in chronological order. We hope that you are finding this to be a useful tool to plan your attendance at the wide variety of events that we...
The PMI Keystone Chapter's Winter PDD will be held on Saturday, February 24th at the York College Campus. Registration will be limited to 150 participants. Be sure to register now to ensure a spot at this event!
For most organizations today, projects are the strategic enablers that create high performance. However, while consistent application of project management methodologies and tools is now the baseline for most organizations, more sophisticated projects required more sophisticated project management and sponsor training to assure project outcomes or to avoid outright project failure. The well-studied root cause of project failure is ineffective project sponsor and project manager relationship in specific ways that can be avoided with an intentional re-design of that relationship to enhance teamwork and using new tools that help deliver measurable improvements in project outcomes. This professional development session will assume baseline knowledge of PM methodologies and tools and introduce sophisticated concepts involving managing change, culture and risk to improve strategic project outcomes for any organization in any industry.
Registration is $175.00 per professional.
Keystone Chapter members receive a $50 discount. You must be logged in to receive the members discount.
Registration for York College students is $20 per person.
Registration for other university full time students is $50.00 per person.
Students must use their educational institution issued email address during registration and present student ID at the day of the event.
Registration for active military personnel is $75.00 each. Military email address is required at registration. Please present your military ID at the day of the event.
The doors open at 8:30 AM for registration and a continental breakfast.
Registration, Breakfast and Networking
Morning Keynote: "Projects as Strategic Building Blocks"
Breakout Sessions #1
Track #1: Choosing the Right Strategic Projects
Track #2: Project Decision-Making Failures
Lunch and Feedback workshop
Breakout Sessions #2
Track #1: Identifying Change Management Barriers
Track #2: Project Risk Management Integration Part I
Breakout Sessions #3
Track #1: Dealing with Difficult Sponsors
Track #2: Project Risk Management Integration Part II
Conclusion and Wrap-up
Participants will receive 6 PDU.