Past Events

2018 PMI-NEW Fall Event with Joe Perzel

perzel2018 PMI-NEW Fall Event 

Change. Challenge. Opportunity.

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PMI-NEW presents an afternoon seminar with Joe Perzel, president of JPerzel, Inc. and currently on the Board of Directors and an Operations Committee Member for the Project Management Institute - Minnesota Chapter.   

Joe’s years of experience running information systems, operations, and business projects - from conception to completion, including strategic planning, design, vendor management and personnel phases - has cumulated in the successful deployment in both custom and package systems for business and economic efficiency.

Joe promotes a leadership model which includes an eye toward team inclusion.  Seminars stress successful project/program management does not start or end with meeting a budget; the balance of stakeholder, client, and staff communication and expectations are critical to a positive project outcome.

Session topics:

1.  Top 10 Ways to Screw-up a Good Project
2.  Managing Change and Surviving to Talk About It

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November 2018 Monthly Meeting

RichespicStrategic Planning is on tap for our November Meeting at Badger State Brewing in Green Bay!

Guest Speaker Ken Riches presents: Organizational Strategic Planning, Moving Beyond the Tactical

A tactical plan is a course of action to achieve short-term goals, generally within a year or less. Tactical plans represent the short-term efforts to achieve the strategic, longer-term goals. They are concerned with what the units beneath top management must do, how they must do it and who has the responsibility. They have shorter time frames and narrower scopes than the strategic plans.

A strategic plan is a course of action to achieve long-range goals, generally up to five years. Strategic plans reflect the company’s direction and its purpose as stated in its mission statement. In order to develop strategic plans, top management must develop and use summary reports on finances, operations and the external environment. Strategic plans influence the development of tactical plans.

Register now to join us for the PMI-NEW November monthly meeting featuring guest speaker Ken Riches. We will explore Strategic Planning, recognizing that the outcome will result in tactical action plans
 
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2018 October Monthly Meeting

PhotoSNAPSHOTS to SUCCESS

Our life is made up of snapshots, significant moments which give us meaning. We’re all moving at the speed of life and as Project Managers, you may feel stressed. To be more productive and achieve better results the key is to examine your expectations and shift your perspective or reframe. Join us for our October chapter meeting as we explore these concepts with guest speaker, Lori Klinka.

Lori creates a fun and inspiring learning experience to demonstrate her Focus-Capture-Frame approach to feel more energized and productive. Drawing on her twenty years as a professional actress, Lori portrays a humorous and insightful cast of characters, to help you see how the power of perspective, adjusting your expectations and living in the moment can improve your personal and professional life. 

As a result of this program you will:

  • Increase your productivity at work
  • Feel less stress and more energized throughout your day 
  • Shift to a more positive perspective

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2018 PMI-NEW Annual Meeting

Headshot-JPGRegistration is open for the 2018 PMI-Northeastern Wisconsin Annual Chapter Meeting at the new Red Lion Hotel Paper Valley in downtown Appleton (formerly the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel).

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Today's competition is brutal and numbers drive everything. The pressure to perform can be suffocating. What are you doing to stay ahead and keep from burning out? Join Scott Welle, #1 Best Selling Author and Founder of Outperform The Norm, as he shares the peak performance strategies used by top leaders to motivate, inspire and bring out the best in others to drive a culture of high performance. This dynamic, high-energy presentation will help you raise your personal standard of excellence and give you an effortless action plan to put into place immediately.

In addition to Scott's presentation, PMI-NEW President, Patrick Liebmann, will present a recap of the previous year and a preview of next year. We will also recognize our hard-working volunteers and celebrate our 2017-2018 accomplishments. You won't want to miss this!

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2018 April Meeting

PerzelThe Dark Arts of Project Management: Influence and Politics

Speaker: Joe Perzel

Successful journey from start to finish of a project is not linear, clean, forecastable or easy. Your interest is to deliver the project on time, on budget with a smile on everyone’s face, but others have conflicting interests.  

Armed with your System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and a planning tool of your choice, you think you are set to go. Then the plan that you have worked so hard to perfect shows a flaw, falls behind schedule or budget, is amended or completely thrown out altogether. How do you minimize these occurrences and provide the best chance to survive the project intact?

This presentation will start with the Top 10 Keys to Success which include Communicate, Communicate, Communicate; Managing Change and Expectations; Pace, Perfection and Price – pick 3? We will then discuss how to become a Master Magician covering topics such as Winning at Politics; Control outcomes through Influence; Communicate & Motivate and why you need to Market the Project.

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2018 February Meeting

5a4dae8236248-MHahnHero Habits: How to Avoid Burnout, Metabolize Stress & Design a Winnable Game 

Our world is changing rapidly and many of us are struggling to keep pace, but the rate of change will only continue to increase. According to IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day and 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years. A feeling of frustration, stress and overwhelm is leading to burnout, health & family challenges and an overall lack of happiness. So what can you do to shift from merely surviving to THRIVING both personally and professionally?

Join us on a journey with speaker Michael Hahn to discover the tools, skills and strategies to unleash your inner hero!

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2018 March Meeting

5a4e4587649ba-mike-marco-pictureRisk Severity Analysis

Speaker: Mike Marco, MBA, SAFe-SPC4, AE, CSP, PMP, PME, PMI-ACP, CSM

Why do projects fail? Because we made them fail. Not addressing the risks environment of your project will create a hostile environment for you, your team members and project output itself. Project managers need to be more proactive, prevent instead of correct, issues that would occur throughout project life cycle.

This presentation covers the practical and theoretical aspects of the "risk project management." and is focused toward understanding the tools and techniques that project manager needs to use while managing the project risk environment throughout the project life cycle.

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2018 January Meeting

praxPMBOK 6th Edition - What's New, What's Changed?

Speakers: Mark Swiderski, PMP and Lee Young, PMP

What's new in the PMBOK? There are changes afoot in the land of Project Management with the new version of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and changes to the PMP exam. This session takes you through some of the major changes in the PMBOK and how they affect what we see as best practices.  With the changes that have come with the 6th edition of the PMBOK, so too are changes to the PMP exam. The session will also discuss if and how those changes affect how to prepare to take the exam.

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2017 December joint HIMSS/PMI NEW Meeting

PMI NEW/HIMSS Joint Event At Lambeau Field Shift: Move from Thinking to Executing

derekdepreyDecember 12, 2017 (Registration closes 12/3)
Lambeau Field - 4th floor Indoor Club
1265 Lombardi Ave
Green Bay, WI 54304
 
Carefully look over all of the things that you want to do. Will you commit to action? The way to get started is to bridge the gap between thinking and doing.  In this presentation, Derek will help you design every minute of your life’s activities around your passions and priorities with ten gap-closing behaviors. Put your pedal to the metal and move from desire to execution. You’ll go from, “I’m so frustrated and busy,” to, “I’m fulfilled and living my ideal life right now.”
 
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