Welcome: Judy Balaban
(President) provides insights to March.
Membership Milestones: Join us in congratulating members on another year of partnering with PMINJ to continue to grow the PM profession. This file is usually updated by the fifth of the month.
Volunteer of the 4th Quarter 2018: Congratulations to Lydia Tse, on PMINJ’s Finance team since November 2017. Lydia has been very responsive and helpful in providing COIs for every chapter event.
Volunteer of the Year 2018: It is wonderful to convey our congratulations and best wishes to the 2018 Volunteer of the Year, Dennis Ryan. Again, during 2018, Dennis has been instrumental in guiding and giving his time to the chapter.
Future City: Representatives of PMINJ were again on hand at Rutgers to help middle school students showcase their vision for sustainable cities. View some photos of this great event.
New Certificate Holders: Congratulate the PMINJ members who have recently attained new PMI certifications. You did it! Let PMINJ help you take your career to the next level. This file is usually updated by the fifth of the month.
Registration for the March 2019 meeting opens March 1. The meeting
will be held on Tuesday,
March 19 at the Bridgewater Marriott. Speaker
Lofty Saleh will lead an engaging presentation focused
on Strategic Organizational Program Management and
this new PMI standard. Register ahead of March 14 to
attend this month’s program.
Career Fair: If you are in transition or need to change, consider attending the Career Fair on April 5 at the Ukrainian Center in Whippany.
Project of the Year (POY) / Project Manager of the Year (PMOY): Awards season is right around the corner. Visit the PMINJ website for eligibility requirements so that you can submit your nomination for POY and PMOY before the March 31 deadline.
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe): SAFe is the world’s leading framework for scaling Agile across enterprises. Applicable to a wide range of technical and non-technical managers and executives, the course helps individuals empower organizational success and navigate transformation to Lean, Agile, and DevOps. Visit the website to learn more about this insightful and valuable course that will be held May 11 and 18 in Livingston, NJ’s Eisenhower Conference Center.
PMP/CAPM Exam Prep Class: The experience of the PMINJ chapter can help you prepare for success with the PMP or CAPM certifications. Visit the PMINJ website for details and to reserve your seat for the 32-hours of classroom and on-line training.
2019 Seminar and Symposium: Plan to attend this year’s Symposium and Seminar. 5 & 6 May 2019. This essential event will now be held at The Palace at Somerset Park and the Rutgers Continuing Education Center in Somerset, NJ.
Volunteer: Support PMINJ to help you and other PM enthusiasts. Learn about our volunteer opportunities or create your own!
In Developing A Phasing Plan In Subway
Rehabilitation Projects: - by Maryam
Mirhadi & Amin Terouhid
Managing Projects In An Agile World – When Will The Project Be Finished?: Igor Zdorovyak demonstrates Epic Burndown.
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