PMINJ 2010 IPM Day LCIs 

04 Nov 2010

Somerset, NJ - The Palace



Following is the list of LCIs that will be represented at the Seminar:

Career Networking
Contact: Barbara Fuller
Teach and facilitate Networking among PMINJ members to support their personal and professional growth and promote exposure to career and business opportunities.  

The PMINJ Career Networking Local Interest Group (CNL) was established to facilitate business and career networking among PMINJ members.  The CNL's goals are to provide additional networking opportunities to PMINJ members in the form of networking events, educational forums, and professional development opportunities.  Each month a structured networking event is produced with elements of speakers, panel discussions, job announcements, networking sessions and interactive workshops. Our meetings occur on the same date as the PMINJ Chapter Dinner meetings. Registration starts at 5:15 and the meeting starts promptly at 5:30 pm.

Consulting Community of Practice
602 Taggert Drive 
Belle Meade, NJ 08502
(908) 904-4921
The PMI® Consulting Community of Practice is a virtual group under the Project Management Institute. The group provides a forum for sharing best practices, analytic techniques, change management and leadership skills to technology implementations, strategy development and implementation. 

PO Box 534 
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

A forum for professional development opportunities for individuals and organizations to network, collaborate, share knowledge and experience in the area of Project, Program and Portfolio Management


Utility Industry Community of Practice
c/o Community Manager
14 Campus Blvd
Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299
412 374 5822
The PMI Utility Industry Community of Practice is a global community composed of project management practitioners in the Utility Industry. The utility industry consists of organizations which provide a commodity or service (such as water, gas, electricity, cable, etc.) for eventual consumption by customers.

The PMI Utility Industry Community of Practice provides an opportunity for PMI members in these organizations to:
  • Foster professionalism in the management of projects
  • Contribute to the quality and scope of project management
  • Stimulate appropriate global application of project management for the benefit of the general public
  • Provide a recognized forum for the free exchange of ideas, applications and solutions to project management issues among its members, and others interested in project management
  • Identify and promote the fundamentals of project management and advance the body of knowledge for managing projects successfully
  • Sponsor utility-specific projects and discussions to support our members
The PMI Utility Forum is a volunteer-driven organization, so your participation in this community is integral to the success and further growth of the project management profession in the Utility Industry. Join today and share your knowledge and expertise with this community!

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