Moving from Strategy to Action in the 21st Century - Approaches to Align and Engage the Organization
WATCH ON OLELO Channel 53: Nov 9 - Dec 11, 2016
2015 PDD* Speakers: Glenn Hamamura PMP, PMI-ACP and Dr. Larry Rowland, PhD, PMP
Synopsis: Project managers are key to helping their organizations convert strategy into action, bridging the domain of business planning with implementation, two distinct competencies. This presentation will provide attendees with a perspective of several concepts and tools to build competencies to be this bridge. Discussions and exercises will include using classic tools like the Logical Framework Approach in a modern context, and infusing principles of Appreciative Inquiry into facilitating positive stakeholder engagement.
*PDD = Professional Development Day
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PMI Talent Triangle: Technical
Step-by-step How to Self-Report PDUs for the 2016 PMIHNL Professional Development Day.
This article is for PMI members who need to self-report educational PDUs for the PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter 2016 Professional Development Day (PDD) they attended at Ala Moana Hotel on 09/08/2016.
Chapter member attendees who registered and had their name badge QR codes scanned at the sessions they attended already had their PDUs reported by the chapter. This process is only for those who attended a PDD session but did not get scanned.
If you did not attend the session, but have watched the video recording, you should report your PDUs by a different method. See the Handbooks & Guides link on your dashboard for instructions on reporting Online or Digital Media. Watch for announcements about videos available on Olelo Community Media.
How to self-report follows.
ANNOUNCEMENT: PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter is now utilizing the PMI Global's tool to provide more volunteering opportunities!
Aloha PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter Members!
Through this tool, you will be able to see all the volunteer postings not only with Hawaii but other chapters that many require volunteering efforts that could be done virtually.
Please visit the Volunteer Resource Management System (VRMS) at https://vrms.pmi.org/. User login and password is the same as the PMI login.
For Hawaii's open positions, go to Find Opportunities and select Honolulu Chapter under the Chapter pull-down menu.
Currently there are postings related to volunteers needed for the Professional Development Day. More volunteer positions will be posted throughout the year. If you have any questions regarding the VRMS usage, please email Yoh Kawanami, Membership Director.