04/18/2017 - 04/19/2017All Day
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Learn even more Project Management from the pros in our instructor-led or online classes.
PMI Conference in Cincinnati | Project Management Institute of Cincinnati. MAX Technical Training is proud to support this group as both a Conference Sponsor and an Annual Sponsor.
About this year’s conference:
We implement changes in our organizations all the time, and in today’s evolving environment, it’s more important than ever to keep up change.
The 2017 Mega Event on Tuesday, April 18 and Wednesday, April 19, 2017 will deliver keynote speakers, panel discussions, workshops, roundtables, receptions and presentations in breakout sessions all focused on the requirements we face every day.
Earn up to 16 PDUs across many the CCR categories including strategy and business management, leadership, and project management including critical chain and agile.
2017 Mega Event Workshops and Sessions.
Peter Block – Community: The Structure of Belonging
Mr. Block is a partner in Designed Learning, a training company that offers workshops designed to build the skills outlined in his books. He is the author of Flawless Consulting: A Guide to Getting Your Expertise Used, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, Community: The Structure of Belonging, The Abundant Community, with John McKnight and most recently co-author of An Other Kingdom: Departing the Consumer Culture.
Stacy Aaron – The Eight Constants of Change: What Leaders Need To Know To Drive Change and Win
Ms. Aaron has more than 25 years of business and academic experience specializing in change management, marketing and organizational behavior. With her partner, Kate, she founded Change Guides in 2005 and co-authored two popular books on organizational change management, The Change Management Pocket Guide and The Eight Constants of Change.
Alan Mallory – Project Everest: Essential Steps for Successful Projects
Mr. Mallory ’s dynamic keynote highlights the essential processes that are involved in the planning and executing of difficult projects by using the challenge of climbing Mt. Everest as a metaphor and example of such a project. The underlying message is about how we as project managers can reach new heights in the way we think and the actions we take.
Jack Wooten – When Things Get Real – Agile Lessons Learned From Combat Operations
Mr. Wooten is an Ambassador for Good, Game-Changer, and Lynchpin… He is passionate about being a great leader through selfless service and courageous action. Jack is a practical results-driven professional with 18 years of experience in software delivery, project management, and leadership. Jack has extensive experience in IT custom development, large-group workshop facilitation, and product and project management. He also has expertise in process design, business transformation, business analysis, and organizational change management.
PLUS both days feature all day, half-day and 90 minute workshops in Change Management, Business Management, Leadership, Traditional Project Management and MORE!
Don’t brave turbulent times on your own. Gain the skills that will make you grow and adapt to the ever-changing world of Project Management.
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