PMINJ 2011 Symposium LCIs

25th Annual Symposium

02 May 2011

Edison - Pines Manor

Sunday Seminar



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

 Council Leader: Thangavel Subbu
The Information Systems Community of Practice delivers knowledge and provides virtual networking for project professionals interested in, working in, or impacted by developments in information systems project management.
Why Join this Community?
 The Information Systems (I.S.) CoP provides its members with industry leading content and collaboration through a wide variety of mediums.  From monthly webinars and newsletters, to daily updated blogs and discussion boards this community is centered on its members needs.   In addition to webinars and podcasts, our professional development team provides its members with PhD programs, scholarships and, coming soon, mentoring opportunities.  

We offer a catalog of archived webinars that can be viewed by our members and all of them provide PDU credit.  In addition, we offer volunteer opportunities for just about anything.  Become a member today and see all the action! 

Pharmaceutical CoP
 Council Leader:  Randy Dunson
The PMI Pharmaceutical Community of Practice offers project managers a forum for the professional exchange of ideas on a variety of topics related to managing drug, biotech, and medical device projects from early-stage R&D to marketing, and beyond.

 If you deal with projects, either as the Project Manager (or perhaps you are aspiring to become one?) and want to be more effective at planning, leading, organizing and controlling project work, PMI and the Pharmaceutical Community of Practice can help! 

Our Mission 
  • To provide a forum for networking and the exchange of ideas and information with fellow professionals
  • To advance state-of-the-art techniques in project management
  • To enhance the skills and knowledge of the project management professional in the life sciences industry
Our Objectives
  • Provide quality information, programs, and products benefiting the membership
  • Provide a professional exchange forum at PMI sponsored events (e.g. Presentations, poster sessions and speakers).
  • Promote the Pharmaceutical Community of Practice within PMI, PMI's cooperating organizations and other related communities
  • Support/recommend standards and practices, which are unique to the biopharmaceutical, biotech, contract research, and medical device industries
  • Adhere to the Project Management Institute, Inc. By-Laws

 PO Box 534 
 Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
The Program Management Office - Local Interest Group (Group) is a component of the PMINJ Chapter (Chapter) and associated with the greater PMO Special Interest Group (SIG). It leverages SIG & local resources and works in conjunction with the Chapter to provide focused discussions on topics related to Program, Project and Portfolio Management to chapter membership and other project management professionals. 

 The Group provides a forum to share common interests and challenges, share experiences related to the setup and operation of a Project, Program, and Portfolio Management Office (PMO), discuss trends associated with PMO, provide continuing project management education, and learn from other PMO professionals. 

The NJ PMO LIG Core Team looks forward to working with those who are interested in creating an informative, collaborative, interactive and most of all an enjoyable local interest group!

NJ PMO Core Team contact information:
 LinkedIn: NJ PMO LIG  

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