IPFW and PMI Northeast Indiana Chapter Partnership
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne's (IPFW's) Division of Continuing Studies has been working in concert with Dave Maynard of Northeast Indiana Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI-NEIC) to provide local businesses and the northeast Indiana region with project management training and the opportunity to earn an IPFW/NEIC Project Management Certificate.
Click here to sign up for our partnered project management classes.
Doug Boebinger, presents "Responding to program modifications from Sponsors and Clients"
How to avoid scope creep and being in trouble with your boss
Changes are inevitable on all projects. How a project manages changes can make a project successful or cause it to fail. However, the project manager is not the only one involved in the change control process. The project sponsor and organizational executives play a key role in dealing with changes. The decision on how to handle a change is more than just a “simple” project decision; it is a business decision too.
Register now and meet with us at Don Hall's GuestHouse. Reservations end 10/25/2014.
Number of PDU’s: 3
Date: October 29, 2014
Time: 4:30-8:30 p.m. – Note: Buffet opens at 4:30 and speaker begins at 5:00
Cost: $50 – includes dinner buffet
John Canfield will be speaking on the topic of Organizational Artificial Harmony.
Organizational Artificial Harmony is underdeveloped thinking that emphasizes overly polite and professional discussion and behavior instead of productive communication processes that generate robust dialogue, learning, and significant business results. Organizational artificial harmony hampers innovation and growth by restricting the depth and breadth of ideas that get discussed.
This presentation will offer a productive, competitive way to think about and deal with conflict – an important revision to many leaders’ operating system about how they think about generating and selecting options. This presentation provides a powerful opportunity to change your mind about decision making teams and conflict.
Register now and meet with us at Don Hall's GuestHouse. Networking begins at 5:30 PM, dinner will be served at 6:00 PM, chapter announcements at 6:45 PM and the presentation begins at 7:00 PM. Reservations end 11/30/2014.
- NEIC chapter members: dinner and speaker-$20, speaker only-free
- NEIC chapter members can bring a new guest for free. Click here to review NEIC Guest Policy.
- Non-members: dinner and speaker-$30, speaker only-$10
Additional Scholarships awarded to:
Mary Cerajewski majoring in Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Innovation and MIS at Butler University.