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2022

PMI-DVC Chapter Meeting, February 17, 2022

02-17-2022 6:30 pm -8:30 pm
Free

Transformational Program and Portfolio Leadership That #GSD – February 17, 2022

When: Thursday, February 17, 2022, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: Via Zoom 
Credit: 2 Technical PDUs
Registration fee: Complimentary

Speaker: Jason Scott

Governance is dead. In the ancient days of quality control, when we needed humans to “DO” rather than “THINK” to get a product to market, governance might have been the perfect solution. But today, innovation requires people to use their collective brainpower to solve problems and ensure companies stay relevant… Governance is the enemy. TRANSFORMATIONAL PROGRAM & PORTFOLIO LEADERSHIP THAT #GSD

Eliminating governance means that PMO’s need a new playbook. And, just renaming them AMO (Agile Management Office) isn’t going to do it. Executives are realizing they don’t need governance, but they do need Program and Portfolio Leaders that can effectively rob from the rich and give to the poor projects so that all of their business-critical initiatives make it to market within the financial constraints.

Executives are also starting to realize that Agile isn’t the only change discipline they need to drive all of their initiatives to market efficiently!! That would be like deciding that a company could eliminate Operations, Engineering, HR, and Marketing in favor of Sales, just because someone like Tony Robins makes fantastic cool-aid! Logically companies require multiple disciplines to succeed, so it’s not irrational that they might need to employ several different change disciplines or “crafts” to drive their initiatives to market.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the Transformation Accelerator and the use case for all 7 Change disciplines.
  • Achieve a basic understanding of an aGILE Portfolio Management Model that has been proven to work across the fortune 1000.
  • Learn why everything you thought you knew about Critical Path is wrong.
  • Eliminate Risk by ACTUALLY managing to the Critical Path.
  • Master the Concept of Project Team Demand Management – The Missing Half of Project Success, and
  • Learn a simple and proven approach for prioritization that works at the Portfolio, Program, Team and Personal level.

Agenda:
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm Networking
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Speaker Presentation and Q&A*
8:00 pm – 8:30 pm Breakout Boxes (Discussion About Session/Meet the Speaker)

Speaker’s bio:

From the start of his career spent jumping out of helicopters as a rescue swimmer in the United States Navy, J. Scott has a long history of leadership, servanthood, and bearing witness to the transformative power of getting sh*t done. Since starting 120VC he’s personally overseen the global transformational efforts within organizations such as DirecTV, Trader Joe’s, Blizzard Entertainment, Sony Pictures, Mattel, and others. His team’s unique, irreverent approach to change has generated breakthrough results and created meaningful jobs. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, J. Scott is a devoted husband and father and author of “It’s Never Just Business: It’s About People,” and “The Irreverent Guide to Project Management,” both available on Amazon.com.

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PMI Delaware Valley Chapter has an active Military Outreach Program. Harris Snyder is the current point of contact for this effort, with support from Frank McKeown, and Jim Snyder. The team’s primary goal is to support active duty and ex-military members who are interested in Project Management, encouraging them to get involved with PMI and get certified. A second goal is to support veterans where possible, using the team’s knowledge and experience where appropriate.

Speakers for PMI-DVC Meetings

Project Management Institute-Delaware Valley Chapter (PMI-DVC) is looking for dynamic speakers who have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in and/or related to project management. PMI-DVC has several chapter events including dinner meetings, professional development days and special events that allow our 3800+ members to learn about current trends in the project management field. Our meetings are held within the Delaware Valley area throughout the year.

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