Kentuckiana Chapter Meeting – November 16, 2021
Topic: The Evolving Role of Project Management and PMI
The Evolving Role of Project Management and PMI with Sarah Maxwell
The world is changing, and projects are more important than ever. Project managers are being asked to support and lead their organizations through times of immense change, people without project knowledge are being asked to lead projects, and organizations are becoming more socially responsible. How do we build the plane while flying it?
The Project Management Institute saw the need to evolve back in 2017, and has been working behind the scenes to become the PMI that people who run projects need it to be. Come learn why we’ve changed, where we’re going, and how we will continue to be the source for project managers of the future.
PDUs earned: 1 Leadership PDU
About Sarah Maxwell
Sarah Maxwell is a PMI chapter engagement partner, working with PMI chapter leadership to enhance the chapters’ value to their members.
Sarah believes, like the NASA janitor who helped to put a man on the Moon, that supporting PMI’s chapters is a great way to help make the world a better place.
Sarah is a trained singer, actress, costumer, and massage therapist. She is an avid facilitator, and was honored to be chosen by PMI as one of two staff to attend TED2019 in Vancouver. She is the current VP Education and co-founder of PMI’s Toastmaster Club, PMI Speaks.
Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts from George Mason University.
|Event Date||11-16-2021 11:30 am|
|Event End Date||11-16-2021 1:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||11-01-2021 9:00 am|
|Cut off date||11-15-2021 1:00 pm|