Saturday, March 23, 2013
8:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(Sign-in/Breakfast/Networking 8:00-8:45 a.m.)
Complex tasks and a large number of people are two unavoidable elements of most organizations. Organizing through departmentalization of businesses by function and creating respective lines of authority is one of the most common approaches to keep forces strategically aligned. People know where they belong, who to take direction from, and what is expected of them. This arrangement has great advantages but creates one big challenge - siloed groups. Project management as a profession probably suffers the most from this challenge, as most projects are expected to cross those functional boundaries.
We welcome you to spend a day with us to understand how we can manage beyond silos and make the desired business impact through successful project executions. Our expert and award-winning speakers strive to offer nothing less than practical and actionable advice and tools that you could use the next day.
Earn up to 8 PDUs.
Radisson Hotel New Rochelle | (914) 576-3700
One Radisson Plaza
New Rochelle, NY 10801 | Map/Directions
* PMP's in transition and Students: Contact us for special pricing
|PMIW and other Chapter Members:||Non-members:|
|By March 1, 2013:||$200||$250|
|March 2 - March 21, 2013:||$250||$300|
|After March 21, 2013:||$300||$350|
“Alpha Project Managers: What the Top 2% Know That Everyone Else Does Not” by Andy Crowe, CEO of Velociteach and winner of the 2012 PMI Continuing Professional Education Provider of the Year Award.
The Benefits, Prospects and Pitfalls of Matrix Organizations by Dr. Aaron Shenhar, Founder and CEO of The Strategic Project Leadership Group and 2012 PMI Fellow