Program Number: C020-19012016
Continuing Certification Requirement (CCR) Changes, Controversy, and Challenges
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 0.0
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 1.5
The CCR programchanged in December 2015, so
you’ll want to understand what you’ll need to do to maintain
your PMI certification.
To put CCR into perspective, Beth Ouellette will provide us with an overview of the PMI suite of credentials and will discuss how they are developed and maintained with emphasis on what is in the pipeline. Those of you who attended our October 2014 meeting know that she has a “behind-the-scenes” perspective of the credential development process based on her involvement with the development of the PMI Professional in Business Analysis certification (PMI-PBA ®).
The session will discuss the details of the Continuing Certification Requirements including the reasoning behind the recent updates, and of course, the revised rules.
In addition, Beth will provide an update on the PMI certification for Professional in Business Analysis, the Practice Guide for Requirements Management, and the Business Analysis Practice Guide. You’ll especially want to join us if you’re considering the PMI-PBA ®.
This will be a unique opportunity to gain an understanding of the theory, rationale, and mechanics of defining and maintaining PMI’s professional standards. Beth will entertain any questions and promises to take back to PMI any items requested by the Chapter membership. As her new role with the PMI Chapter Member Advisory Group (CMAG) begins the week of our Chapter meeting, the timing is perfect for our chapter voice to be heard.
Beth Ouellette, MBA, PMP, PgMP, PBA, Chief Executive Officer of The Ouellette Group, works with teams across the globe implementing value-added Portfolio, Program and Project Management best practices. She has built a multi-disciplinary practice of Executive mentoring to discover you and your organizations potential, Facilitating and Consulting to help you reveal and reemphasize possibilities for success, and Conference and Seminar speaking and hosting to help you renew and refresh your skills, knowledge and productivity.
Beth holds a Finance MBA from NYU’s Stern School, a BA in Education from Eastern Michigan University, and an AA in Computer Programming from Greenville Technical College. She is an adjunct professor at the CUNY Graduate Program and School of Professional Studies where she provided the content and partnered in the initiative to create a Project Management Certificate Program.
Beth has been a PMI member since 2000 and an active PMI volunteer since 2006. She is serving on the Chapter Member Advisory Group 2016-2017, she served on the Requirements Management Steering Committee Member 2012-2014, Requirements Management Community of Practice Knowledge Management Lead 2012-2015, Channel Management team member 2010-2011, served on the PMINYC board of directors from 2008-2010, and as the President of the Chapter in 2009.
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