Project Management in the Generative AI Era

Project Management in the Generative AI Era

When: May 22, 2024, 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm. In-person event, only
Credit: 2 PDUs: 1 PDU for Ways of Working, and 1 PDU for Business Acumen
Registration Fee: Complimentary for PMI-DVC Members and Non-Members

Location: Wilmington Hospital, Gateway Building, 501 W 14th St, Wilmington, DE 19801
Parking: Ample free and handicapped parking, and elevators to the main floor.

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm – Networking & Refreshments
4:45 pm – 6:00 pm – Guided Tours of the Innovation Center
6:15 pm – 7:15 pm – Speaker Presentation and Q&A

Speaker: Catherine Burch, Vice President of Health & Technology Innovation Center, at ChristianaCare


The event is jointly hosted by ChristianaCare and PMI-DVC. Catherine Burch, Vice President of Health & Technology Innovation Center, at ChristianaCare, will share her knowledge and firsthand experience implementing generative AI initiatives. Learn about key use cases for generative AI in project management, the impact on project manager roles, overcoming implementation challenges with generative AI focused projects, and real-world success stories.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the Technology and gain a foundational knowledge of AI and Generative AI.
  • Explore the ways GenAI can be used to improve project management processes, such as task automation, risk assessment, and resource allocation.
  • Evaluate Generative AI Solutions for project needs.
  • Assess ethical concerns surrounding the use of GenAI, such as bias and transparency.

Presenter Bio:
As the Vice President of Innovation, Catherine is responsible for creating an environment that accelerates idea generation and innovation. She drives the innovation strategy by executing on those ideas and championing new and emerging technologies that could disrupt health care as we know it today.  

Located at ChristianaCare’s Wilmington, Delaware campus, Catherine also directs the operations of the Health & Technology Innovation Center at ChristianaCare and its dedicated team of award-winning designers, developers, and analysts.  

With over 25 years in the technology industry, Catherine has earned several professional distinctions and honors from Information Technology professional associations and journals, such as Information Week Magazine’s “Twenty Great Ideas to Steal” and Computerworld’s Honors Program “Top Five” recognition. Most recently, the work of the Innovation Center was awarded the 2023 FutureEdge 50 award, which honors the most innovative applications of emerging technologies and the innovative cultures enabling them, and the American Business Awards 2023 Technical Innovation of the Year. 

Catherine holds several certifications in usability and user experience and is a certified Foresight Practitioner. She is a proud member of the Delaware Science & Tech Advisory Group and is a Startup mentor for the Spark Factory at The Innovation Space, with a passion for supporting our regional entrepreneurs. 




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Type of category: Special Events

Type of activity:

Date: May 22nd, 2024

Hour: 4:30PM to 7:15PM

# of PDUs: 2.0


Wilmington Hosptial

501 W 14th St
Wilmington, DE, 19801