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PMI Westchester Chapter members can register for a log-in ID on this website to view member-only content on the site (like Job Postings). To register, send an e-mail to Webmaster (at pmiwestchester.org) letting us know your name, the ID (log-in name) you would like, and your e-mail address. The Webmaster team will create your ID and send you a temporary password. You will be able to use the ID and temporary password to log in (and immediately change your password, of course!)

PMP Exam Preparation Class - Fall 2016

The PMI Westchester Chapter is providing another PMP Exam Preparation course this Fall to assist the PMP Certification candidate in preparing for the PMP Exam -- the four-hour exam required for this valuable globally-recognized credential. The course will be offered on the Westchester campus of Iona College in New Rochelle, NY, in 5 seven-hour sessions, Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m., starting on 01 Oct 2016 and ending on 29 Oct 2016.

Chapter Election Results

The results of the PMI Westchester Chapter elections are as follows:

Chapter President: Brenda Horton
Vice President of Programs: Michael Byrnes
Vice President of Career and Professional Development: Tom Smith
Vice President of Communications: Rob Candee

The new officers were announced in the Annual Business Meeting portion of the June Chapter meeting, and take office on July 1st, as per the Chapter bylaws.

Carol DeGrella
Chapter Secretary

The Critical Path - June 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is available on-line.

We've got an edition full of tips to help you manage your projects. Sharon Florentine starts us off with ways to be a better project manager. She discusses the areas we should focus our time mastering.

Project teams are all about communication, or at least they should be, every day. However, do you ever feel overwhelmed by it all? Moira Alexander gives us ways to effectively communicate during the course of a project.

The Critical Path - May 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is available on-line.

Shane Vaz starts us off this month discussing how you can identify if your project is getting into trouble. These quick tips may get you thinking a bit differently come Monday morning.

Are you one of the millions of organizations doing a stop light chart for executives or other stakeholders? An interesting article from Greg Smith talks about how maybe we should reconsider the traditional red/yellow/green model and move into red/orange/yellow, no green.

The Critical Path - April 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is now available on-line.

We are all looking for ways to be a better at our jobs and Brad Egeland gives us 5 quick and easy ways we can all become better project managers.

Are you tired of going to meeting after meeting only to hear the same rhetoric? Do you wish you could just have more productive meetings? Well then, you have to read George Pitagorsky's article on how we can make meetings better. I bet you will pick up a trick or two that you can use starting Monday morning.

The Critical Path - March 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is now available on-line.

This month's is full of tips and tricks to help you get your project back on track and meet your goals. Brad Egeland discusses 3 Ways To Improve Project Team Performance by Lunchtime and Moira Alexander gives you 10 Tips To Meet Your Project Planning Goals.

As a PM, do you wish you had a superpower? Kiron Bondale helps you decide which superpower would be awesome to have should you stumble upon a genie in a bottle.

Message from the President

Season's Greetings and Happy Holidays to you and your family! We wish you all a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2016!

Thank you for being a part of the PMI Westchester Chapter family. We will continue to work with you in this partnership and help you to make a difference in your lives.

Thanks,
Pawan Kumar
President, PMI Westchester

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