For years, PMI has equipped project managers with the tools to plan and execute on solutions that make a difference. Now, in partnership with technology pioneer, Tom Wujec, PMI introduces a complimentary course offering a proven process with an adaptable, scalable approach for PMs to employ in solving even the most Wicked problems. The Wicked Problem Solving course, combined with the rigor of PMI Standards employed by our nearly three million members around the globe, is a gamechanger.
We invite you to join us this February for an overview of the Wicked Problem Solving course experience, led by PMI Northeastern WI President, Teresa Watry. Teresa will share her experience taking the course and offer insights from a learner’s perspective on how you can employ Wicked Problem Solving (WPS) techniques in your organization by putting your focus on the right plays.
Join us to learn:
- What are “Wicked Problems”?
- How the new PMI micro-certification in Wicked Problem Solving can position you to tackle even the toughest problems on the job.
- Tips & tricks for making the most out of the course
Location: Badger State Brewing, 990 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay, WI 54304
Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Cost: Onsite - $25 Non-Members; $20 Members, Webcast - $15 Non-Members; $10 Members
6:00 PM - Dinner
8:00 PM -Closing
6:40 PM -Business Meeting
8:00 PM -Closing
Teresa Watry, PMI-NEW President
Teresa is recognized for her passionate pursuit of operational excellence and strategic growth. After several years as our Vice President of Operations, she was recently elected President of PMI Northeastern Wisconsin. By day, she specializes in portfolio & program management in the mortgage finance industry, leading enterprise transformation and supporting the growth and development of the project professionals around her. In her time with PMI, Teresa has supported the PMI 2.0 and 4.0 strategies, exploring and operationalizing new ways to promote PMI standards across the PM community and navigate the changing landscape of the #projecteconomy. Teresa has served PMI since 2016. In addition, she is an enthusiastic advocate for special needs education and financial literacy, serving in an advisory role with the Wisconsin DPI. At home, she enjoys adventures with her 2 boys, teaching & learning from them as often as possible. Teresa holds a BA in Behavioral Psychology, a Project Management Lead certificate from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and is an Accredited Mortgage Professional (AMP) certified by the Mortgage Bankers Association.