Technology and Communications is one of the key functional areas of NCPMI to improve communication and collaboration with our members as well as technology to support operations of the board.
I would like to thank my entire IT team for working tirelessly to support all technology and communication needs for board meetings, monthly chapter meetings, Communities of Practice (“Cop”) and special events.
Technology and software industry is rapidly changing, and even large enterprises with heavy investments in Information Technology find challenges in meeting the customer needs.
At NCPMI, we looked at technology needs at a strategic level and prioritized the investments to provide value for your membership and to support board operations to serve you better.
In 2021, we plan to be focusing on adoption and maturity on the new technologies:
- Revamping the NCPMI webpage on a more secured platform
- Capability to host Meetings in Hybrid mode.
- Implement IT Security in compliance with PMI guidelines.
- Digital Transformation initiative.
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Virtual Workshop Series Part II presented by Apex Systems with Live Q & A: Mind over Matter with Lisa DiTullio – Workshop 1
NCPMI in partnership with Apex System is offering a Virtual Workshop Series on Time Management and Communications for All Practitioners. You must watch the on-demand webinar here prior to attending this live question and answer event. These sessions will be free for NCPMI Members and hosted online via ZOOM.
Learn how to increase resilience and improve productivity by adopting simple techniques that will improve:
- Focus and concentration
- Stress tolerance & impulse control
- Managing competing priorities
About the speaker:
Growing up in a small Mississippi town taught Dea Irby about belonging. She and her husband since 1974 have lived in 15 homes in 5 Southern states, raising 8 children. She published “A Dollop and a Pinch: Recipes and Stories of Baron York” after her 7 years of being an owner/operator restaurateur. The one consistent thread throughout all her adventures has been building real community - in the home, in business, and in teams. Dea discovered that in all of life, a real community is vital. It’s not just about being connected, it’s about being claimed.
Often Project Managers struggle with their career planning and achieving those career goals. This is true with both novice project managers as well as highly experienced project managers. In this coaching overview, NK will provide the details of the group coaching sessions that he is going to facilitate regularly to help project managers decide what they want to achieve as their near and long term career goals and also help them achieve those goals.
Grow Your Skills
It is particularly important for Project Managers to maintain and improve their project management knowledge and skills to stay competitive in the market. PMP certification is a critical component. As, during the resent years, project management discipline took a step toward more flexible and dynamic project management methodologies, in addition to the traditional waterfall approach, several new emerging methodologies became in high demand. Thus, training and credentialing in these methodologies became highly sough after among Project Management professionals. It is especially relevant in today's economic climate.
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