The Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS) started as a one-day skilled based event hosted by the Atlanta Chapter in 2018. The new resolution intends to provide nonprofits with pro bono (free, professional) project management services to help them address their most difficult challenges. We do this by bringing together local project managers (PMs) with nonprofits who are working hard to serve their communities. The PMs help the nonprofits to scope and plan projects that allow the nonprofits to do more to serve their communities.
The potential impact is enormous as newly minted project manager, CAPM, undergraduate, and graduate pm students can shadow certified PM during the day of service. We aim to advance the current understanding of PMBOK by exposing students to challenges and obstacles they might encounter as a project manager.
Georgia State University
55 Gilmer St SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
Saturday, May 4, 2019
8 A.M - 5 P.M.
Dates: Friday, May 10 - Saturday, May 11, 2019
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Location: Northpoint Executive Suites – 11175 Cicero Drive, Suite 100, Alpharetta, GA 30022
Earn 16 PDUs!
First 10 registrants get $57.60 OFF with coupon code: First10_2019603
There are many characteristics of a good leader that are difficult to define. Most are skills that are developed over time but how can someone achieve them? This course will explore the qualities of leadership and provide a better understanding of how to develop these skills. This class will demonstrate specific areas that require focus and the different roles and behaviors a leader must have to be successful. As a result, each student can build an action plan, based on their own style, to become a good leader.
PMI Atlanta Technology Forum provides an environment for Project Managers to adopt and benefit from the latest technology in their professional life and career. The forum also plans to bring speakers to discuss & share the best practices in technology.
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