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The Impact of Two Way Risk Communications on Project Success
In spring of 2015, members of PMI Honolulu Hawaii participated in a research study exploring the relationship between the use of two way risk communications and project success rates, which was inspired by successes seen in the aviation industry. After collecting feedback from PMI members across the globe the research has now been concluded, and there are a number of things to learn!
"PM and the Arts: Shared Process Techniques"
The next in our series of successful Breakfast Roundtables will be held Wednesday, February 10th.
|Facilitator:||Larry Rowland Ed.D, PMP|
|Topic:||PM and the Arts: Shared Process Techniques|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 10, 2016|
|Time:||7am - 8am|
|Place:||Zippy's Vineyard, 59 N. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96817 Map|
No host, no minimum.
Earn 1 PDU by attending!
Leading Initiatives with the End in Mind
WATCH ON OLELO Channel 53: February 10 - March 7 2016
2015 PDD* Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick
Synopsis: Projects and initiatives typically start with lofty ideals. Along the way, however, the focus is often lost. This thought-provoking session will explain how to structure initiatives so they enhance on-the-job performance and impact the bottom line. Using the Kirkpatrick Model as a guide, Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick will provide straightforward, yet powerful principles for building a program plan that will yield the desired results. Don’t miss this chance to gain ideas that you will be able to implement immediately to enhance your work and the outcomes it yields.
*PDD = Professional Development Day
A PDU earning opportunity!
Synopsis: What is the state of Project Management in Hawaii? What companies utilize Project and Program Managers? What industries on our islands hire and maintain PM staff? What qualifications are in demand and how can a Project Manager approach career advancement and remain local?
These and a myriad of other questions will be addressed by a panel of local experts who are daily challenged with finding qualified talent to match the requirements of island employers. Learn how you can grow professionally and position yourself ideally to provide the best Project Management performance in a current or future job.
Please join us for an engaging panel, lunch, and networking opportunities. Anyone currently involved or interested in the Project Management profession is welcome!
Event ID: C166-P1602170
Location: The Plaza Club
Date: February 17, 2016
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Earn 1 PDU by registering online and attending the event. Remember to sign in!
Event: Hawaii Business Analysts' User Group (HI BAUGs) Pau Hana
Where: Murphy's Bar and Grill, down town
When: February 18th, 5:30pm
Come join the Hawaii Business Analysts' User Group for "Business Analysts & Beverages" - an informal get together of those interested in business analysis or working with business analysts to relax and share the challenges and celebrate the successes in our community. Open to all - please feel free to bring friends and colleagues! No host bar with pupus provided by TekSystems.