PMINJ celebrates its 13th International Project Management Day this November 1st, 2018 at The Palace at Somerset Park - in Somerset, New Jersey. This year’s theme, “Celebrating Project Management Success”, offers four distinguished professionals who will share their expertise to help you achieve success in your project management endeavors.
Dubbed the “Risk Doctor”, Dr. David Hillson is an internationally recognized leading thinker and expert practitioner in risk management, and is the recipient of both the PMI Fellow Award and the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award. With him discover how a simple, integrated risk process can help stop things going wrong in your innovation projects, while putting things right.
Todd Hunt, an executive from advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, will keep you glued to your seats with his funny-but-true examples of his adventures and misadventures in the business world. Learn how we miscommunicate despite our best intentions - and how we can overcome our tendencies to improve ourselves and how we are perceived. His presentation will send you off smiling and armed with tips to improve your communication and success.
As a special feature for this event: we shall award the winners of PMINJ’s Project of the Year (POY) and Project Manager of the Year (PMOY). The accompanying POY session, “Executive Strategic Initiatives Portfolio”, led by the winning team from Hackensack University Medical Center.
Attendees are encouraged to take part in the discussions with our experts – and to take advantage of networking opportunities between events at both our exhibitor and chapter tables.
PMINJ is dedicated to improving core competencies based on the PMI Talent Triangle skillset for project managers. Those attending this event will gain eight (8) PDUs for their participation.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to join us for an exciting day of professional development, engaging speakers and networking opportunities.
|Facilities|| Karen Kogut
|Registration|| Suzanne Walsh
|Speakers|| Max Abrams
|VP Symposium||Lisa Blake