Come join us to for our December lunch meeting.
Presentation Title: PMI Pulse of the Profession…What Does It Say and What Does It Mean?
Many of us find our lives so busy that we do not have much time to keep up with current findings in project management research. Why does this matter? The Project Management Institute publishes and shares information that we can use to shape decisions on how to build project management capacity within our organizations. Many of us do not have the time to keep up with this information. This session discusses what some of the more recent major findings are and how they may or should shape our practices. We will discuss some practical suggestions based on research and experience to help organizations build project management capacity…and sell its value.
Brenda Comfort, M.Sc., RD, PMP
CEO EXP Consulting
As the lead consultant and trainer for EXP Consulting Brenda has developed and delivered project management training to hundreds of organizations and thousands of project managers in both the public and private sector. She provides project management consulting services to organizations including review of Project, Program and Portfolio management practices with recommendations, development and implementation of these methodologies. Brenda works with organizations to help them achieve their business strategies through successful Organization Project Management (OPM).
Brenda holds a certification in Organizational Project Management and was a long-standing member of the global Organizational Project Management Advisory Board for the Project Management Institute (PMI) (2008-2013). She is trained in change management and mentors executives and project managers through change when implementing OPM processes and project management software.