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Breakfast Roundtable with Dr. Larry Rowland: Project Management Education: An introduction to the "Five Pillars" approach and how it can be applied to and benefit project management success

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PMI Honolulu Breakfast Roundtable

Topic:   Project Management Education: An introduction to the "Five Pillars" approach and how it can be applied to and benefit project management success.

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Facilitator: Dr. Larry Rowland

Date: Thursday, August 13, 2020 from 7:00AM-8:00AM

Topic Description: The "Five PIllars" theory is new to education. The pillars approach proposes that five basic concepts are the foundation for brain function and all learning: symbols, patterns, order, categories, and relationships. Given the five pillars, education can be reimagined to fit the brain's more natural style of learning. Many people "learn" project management by studying the PMI standards. Initiation into the PMP world is through a standardized test and on-the-job experience. I think we have all said, "One studies the PMBOK to pass the PMP exam, not to learn how to be a project manager." What if we could achieve higher levels of PM mastery quicker and more effectively through a different educational paradigm? Join us for a brief dive into the "Five PIllars" as a new approach to educating ourselves and others to be better project managers.

Speaker Bio: Larry is an associate professor of information systems in the College of Business at Hawaii Pacific University and a PMP. Larry co-founded the PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter and has been actively supporting the chapter ever since. 

Event Information:  Zoom information will be provided with your registration confirmation.

PMI Talent Triangle: This free webinar qualifies for 1 Technical PDU to be reported by PMIHNL for chapter members (no self-reporting needed).

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About Breakfast Roundtable Events:

PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter conducts a bi-monthly gathering of people interested in project management to listen to a topic and participate in discussion in a more intimate session. Come meet with other professionals in project management as well as other fields to talk about topics which drive you. Bring your experiences and questions to the table and take the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals.  Start your day with project management!

If you have a topic you'd like to discuss or you're interested in facilitating the discussion, email programs@pmihnl.org.

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Information

Type of activity: Breakfast Roundtable

Date: August 13th, 2020

Hour: 7:00AM to 8:00AM

Number of PDUs: 1.0

Price

Members: Free

Non members: Free

Students: Free

Location

Virtual