Did you miss the 2017 PMI Palmetto Symposium?
Work has already begun on the 2018 PMI Palmetto Symposium! Expect great speakers like Andy Kaufman and Frank Keck. The topic will be "Making the Right Impression in Project Management."
If you missed the 2017 Symposium, you'll find the information below valuable as you decide when...not if...to sign up for the 2018 Symposium. This year, we will hold the symposium at the TD Convention Center, Make plans NOW to attend!
Last year's 2017 Symposium Information:
Navigating the Rough Waters of Project Management!
On March 7th, 2017, over 200 project managers came together to learn, discuss, and network in order to improve our PM skills. With some great modern day examples, Bill Fournet presented a contemporary look at today’s work culture and provided 10 rules for thriving in chaos. Joe Little then took us on a journey into the world of Agile and Agile-Adaptive planning and reinforced Bill’s focus on managers’ intent by reminding us to establish a clear vision that is compelling.
After lunch, we re-convened and heard from Dan Furlong who walked us through a practical example of how to herd cats (better known as simplifying complex decision making). Ending the day, Traci Duez lightened the mood and hijacked our amygdala to help us understand what it means to lead Head First AND Heart First!
Some outstanding door prizes, great food, valuable networking, and 6.5 PDUs later, I believe we all found ourselves better equipped to lead projects in our sector.
We look forward to seeing each of you again next year!