PMIWDC

From Project Manager to IMPACT Driver: Preparing for the Future of Project Management

From Project Manager to IMPACT Driver: Preparing for the Future of Project Management

featuring

Laura Barnard, PMP

Founder

PMO Strategies

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Event Date: 
Thursday, March 15, 2018 - 11:30am - 1:00pm
Event Location: 
GW Ashburn Campus
44983 Knoll Sq Enterprise Hall Room 176
Ashburn, Virginia 20147
Agenda and Cost: 

Networking begins at 11:30AM

Presentation begins at 12:00PM

1 PDU Credit can be earned

Attendance is free

About the Presentation

Are you ready to stop “surviving” and start thriving in your organization? It’s time to transform our project management mindset and shift our focus to an IMPACT-driven culture. In this inspiring and insightful presentation, you will learn Laura’s proven system for transforming your career from Project Manager to IMPACT Driver. This system has been developed leveraging more than 20 years of research and application of the most important techniques that Laura has used to transform the careers of hundreds of project managers, enabling them to become an invaluable strategic asset that business leaders are fighting over. After watching this presentation, you will be prepared to leverage a set of immediately applicable tools and techniques to help you Get. It. Done.

PDUs Available: 
1 PDU for Certified PMs
Talent Triangle Category: 
Strategic and Business Management

About the Speaker

Laura Barnard, PMP

PMO Strategies
Founder

Laura, Founder and CEO of PMO Strategies, has spent more than 20 years creating impactful and sustainable change for a broad range of organizations, from nonprofits to global financial institutions. She combines her deep experience in the PMO and Change Management space with her passion for helping people create effective and sustainable change to transform how organizations realize business strategy. She shares her experience and stories in her blog titled, “I wish I had me when I was you...”

Laura believes that Project Managers are uniquely positioned to assist nonprofit organizations in having a greater impact in the local community. She is the Founder and President of Project Management for Change™, a nonprofit organization

Session: 

Risk Management and the PMO

Tools

Most project managers understand the basics of managing project-level risks, using the tried-and-true risk matrix that prioritizes risks according to probability and impact, so that we can then work risk management strategies. If this is done well on each project, it might be tempting to conclude that our risk management job is done. But is it? Are we leaving ourselves open to broader risk exposure by looking at each project on its own?

About the Ashburn Local Community

The Ashburn Local Community is sponsored by George Washington University. Join us at the George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus to network and earn a free PDU!