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PMINJ 2010 Symposium 

24th Annual Symposium

03 May 2010

Edison - Pines Manor

Sunday Seminar

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Previous Symposium

Introduction

In today’s lean times, dynamic organizations and business leaders are looking for business-savvy project managers (PMs) who can maximize return on their investment (ROI). The scope for ROI objectives is often the organization at large and not just for the project. PMs need to understand the organization’s business goals and align project goals with organization’s business strategy. In addition, they need to estimate and deliver results predictably, to not jeopardize corporate financial planning and performance figures. These pressures are particularly in evidence as we start the second decade of the 21st century. 

PMINJ invites you to explore and gain valuable business skills and financial project management techniques from leading experts on May 2 and 3, 2010 at the Pines Manor in Edison, New Jersey.

On Sunday May 2, we have an afternoon seminar entitled Debits and Credits for Project Managers: Fundamentals of Accounting and Related Business Cycles by Anthony Reed, CPA, PMP. 

Anthony Reed is an IT professional with twenty years in management and executive positions for Fortune 500 corporations and large consulting firms. He has managed multi-million dollar departmental budgets and staffing blends of international, multi-generational, multi-cultural employees and consultants. As an adjunct professor, he has taught project management, accounting, income tax, business management, and information technology courses. He also developed and taught accounting classes to small business owners and consulting firms. Anthony Reed holds two graduate degrees and two undergraduate degrees. He has four books and over 50 articles published. Finally, Anthony Reed has completed one hundred marathons around the world on all 7 continents and in 30 States. 

On Monday May 3, we have the PMINJ 2010 Regional PM Symposium. The theme this year is “Business-Savvy Project Management”. One keynote address will be delivered by Anthony Reed. It is entitled Finding the I in TEAM: Better Team Building Through Individual Building. We are currently soliciting speakers for multiple track sessions and sponsors to participate in the event. Topics for consideration, as well as timely, practical project management techniques and case studies, are:
  • Cash Flow and Capital Management
  • Benefit Realization and Measuring Effectives
  • Estimation
  • Risk Management
  • Business Cases
  • Resource and Contract Management
  • Organizational Change Management
Are you ready to explore this challenging world of project management speaker Anthony Reed and other experts? Do you manage your projects like a small business owner? Projects are financial investments and should be recognized as key elements in the strategies for achieving business goals and excellence. PMs should be able to think beyond the immediate horizon in terms of financial reward, risk, and uncharted territory. Businesses need people who can manage the company’s financial assets effectively and determine where the most beneficial returns on investment may be found. This bottom-line driven symposium will supply you with the business knowledge and project management insights you need. 

Proceedings

PDP Information

Sunday:
Program Number: C020-020510
Program Title:  Debits and Credits for Project Managers: 
Fundamentals of Accounting and Related Business Cycles
PDUs: 4 
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 6 
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30   
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)

Monday:

Program Number: C020-030510
Program Business Savvy Project Management
PDUs: 8
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 6 
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30 
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)


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