Slide background

Chapter Meeting – April 2020: "Meet like you mean it!" - Virtual Meeting Best Practices!

Date: 04-21-2020 5:30 to 8:00 PM

Click here for Details

Letter from our NCPMI President regarding COVID-19

Dear NCPMI Member,

Your well-being as members, volunteers, and partners of NCPMI is important to us. In response to Gov. Roy Cooper’s state of emergency and the guidance of NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, we are taking precautionary action to increase social distancing in the effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Through April 30, 2020, we are modifying our events using digital technology, postponing some programs, or canceling a few meetings in accordance with public health guidance. This includes cancellation of all the “in person” meetings for March and April 2020, including Chapter Meetings, CoP sessions and any other meetings previously scheduled. Our Board of Officers will continue to monitor the situation and make any required changes in course after the month of April. We request your patience as we update the NCPMI calendar and share information individually with those who have registered.

Please watch your email for details about any registrations you have. We are working rapidly to update our website and keep you informed, and up to date.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we engage with you in new ways. We have an incredibly strong and collaborative project management community, and we will continue to grow as citizens during this challenging time.

 

Kind regards,

Yogi Muthuswamy

President,

North Carolina Project Management Institute

President's Message - March 2020

Jessicaimg

Greetings,

As I have transitioned into the role of president-elect, I have been spending time with our directors and chairs of the communities of practice teams.  In doing so, I have been thrilled to see what a strong team we have in place.  We have a team of loyal, dedicated volunteers that make these events happen throughout the year.  If you haven't been to a community of practice event, I encourage you to do so.  These events are smaller in size than our chapter meetings, and lend themselves to more targeted opportunities to connect with other like-minded project management professionals.  I look forward to the year we will spend together, making these teams and their offerings even stronger. 
 
I have also been thinking about what community means to me.  I have been with our NCPMI chapter since 2013, and at the time, I never could have seen how involved I would come to be in this community.  I remember walking in to the first chapter meeting and being blown away at the scale and size of the event.  Let's just say, it wasn't what I expected!  Since then, I have grown professionally and gained invaluable leadership skills through my volunteer roles within the chapter.  Along with my professional growth, I have gained friendships that will last beyond any tenure and role I have within the chapter.  
 

If you haven't joined us for an in-person event, I would welcome you to do so.  You are missing out on a robust community here in the Triangle, that could help you grow your network, both professionally and personally.  Won't you join us at the next community of practice event?  I hope to see you there!

 

Warmly,

Jessica Johnson

President Elect 

President_Elect@ncpmi.org

Volunteer Spotlight!

Interested in nominating someone for the Volunteer Spotlight? Email volunteers@ncpmi.org with their name, volunteer position and a testimonial on their service.

Please join me in recognizing Lionel Dorismond as February’s volunteer spotlight winner.

Melvin Lee nominated Lionel Dorismond for his work as NCPMI Expense Report Specialist.

Lionel is the gatekeeper of all expense reports which are filed through Expensify Software program. He manages the expense process by receiving, verifying, and reconciling invoices and miscellaneous expense receipts. He also reconciles all credit card expenses to our monthly credit card statements and processes other expenses requiring reimbursement payment to volunteers. When matching expenses to receipts, he makes sure all expenses are charged to the correct accounting chart of accounts. As Expense Report Specialist, Lionel provides a very important service to the NCPMI and its members.

Based upon member requests, Lionel assists new VP volunteers and directors with their expense reports. He compiles all expense reimbursement data for completeness and accuracy to accounting standards, audits expenses for volunteer team members, comparing details and supporting documents, and makes an independent judgement on approvals.

Lionel feels privileged to be part of a volunteer organization like NCPMI. He has been exposed to NCPMI for a number of years and has achieved his PMP and PMI-ACP. Lionel is always eager to help others and has joined other groups outside NCPMI where he volunteers his time.

Thanks for all you do for NCPMI!

Advertise with us

Advertise here and be in contact with one of PMI Global's top 15 Chapters world wide based on membership!

Reach 5,500+ people interested in our Chapter monthly by advertising in our newsletter!  Download the Sponsorship application in PDF or Word format  

For additional information on how to connect with our membership, please contact the VP, Information and Communications

Be a Hero!

Upcoming Events

Note:  You must be logged in to get the member or volunteer discount.  Please use the Member login at the top right of this site.

All visitors are shown the full price.  Discounts, when applicable, are taken at the time of checkout.  If you feel that the fee shown is not correct, please do not check out as processing refunds is costly.  Contact us at support@ncpmi.org with your concern and we will look into it for you. - Thank you.


14
May
2020

Higher Education CoP May 2020: Strategies for Effective Workplace Writing

05-14-2020 12:00 pm -1:00 pm
Webinar
FREE
Higher Education CoP May 2020: Strategies for Effective Workplace Writing

Short Description:

Strategies for Effective Workplace Writing by Amanda McMillan, MPH, MA

WebEx Only: https://bit.ly/3cP0ELB

Seminar: 12 PM – 1 PM

21
May
2020

Raffle for Headshots at May Chapter Meeting

05-21-2020 5:15 pm -6:30 pm
Free

The NCPMI Board Members are happy to give a free headshot session to 10 lucky members!  Please register by 05/15/20  for your chance to win. Once registration is closed, a raffle will be held to draw 10 winners from those who have registered.  The winners will be notified by 05/18/20.  Winners must be available as early as 5:15pm on the day of the chapter meeting.   

21
May
2020

Chapter Meeting – May 2020: Latest PM Research- Moving Beyond Agile Project Management

05-21-2020 5:30 pm -8:00 pm
$25.00

Non-Members $25, Members $10, Volunteers $0. No refunds will be provided for cancellations.  

Abstract:

A new project management (PM) model has been developed at Arizona State University. It is being introduced to the PM community at the SKEMA Business School PM Graduate Program at Lille, France. The model replaces the traditional PM role of managing, directing and controlling to identifying and utilizing expertise in projects. It goes far beyond Agile PM in flexibility, risk minimization, and overall performance. The results have been shown in Pilot testing with a 90% decrease in effort by client organizations, 98% customer satisfaction and has led to 1% vendor cost and time deviation rate. The model utilizes performance information that is simple and observable. It applies to construction, IT projects, and any long-term service. In this session, Dr. Dean will demonstrate how traditional management approaches create more risk by relying on trust and relationships. The presentation will present case studies with results of a $70M construction project, $2.5M IT project, and a recycling service.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the most recent research in project management.
  • Learn the impact of the new PM model.
  • Learn how to deliver projects with 50% effort with high performance.
  • Learn how to minimize vendor change orders to less than 1%.
  • Learn how to increase the utilization of expertise.



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.

Membership Statistics

Total Members 4091
New Members This Year 255
PMP® Members 2926
CAPM® Members 50
PgMP® Members 13
PMI-SP® Members 4
PMI-RMP® Members 16
PMI-ACP® Members 145
PfMP® Members 4
PMI-PBA® Members 7
Members with no Certification 1110
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 4001
Student Members 52
Other Members 38
PMP/CAPM/PgMP/PMI-SP/PMI-RMP/PMI-ACP/PfMP/PMI-PBA are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Stay Informed

Members in Spotlight

  • Jason Bro, PMP
  • Timothy Howland
  • Samantha Konkus, PMP
  • Wendi Gedzun, PMP
  • Nath Mahendranath, PMP
  • Hoon Chan Kim
  • Robert V Green
  • Amy Meyers, PMP
  • Sheryl Paradise, PMP
  • Elaine McQueen
  • Kathryn Collison, PMP
  • Adam Weeks, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Richard Schwartz
  • Candace Warren, PMP
  • Stephanie Spaulding
  • Monique White
  • Donna Womack

  • Larry Johnson, PMP
  • Frank McCoy
  • Jennifer Shue, PMP
  • Roger Langdon, PMP
  • Sean Stack, PMP
  • Richard Jenny, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Randa Maher, PMP

  • Michael Shanklin, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Nathan Gingles
  • Briana Eddy
  • Brian Anderson, PMP
  • SeyedBehzad Aghdashi, PMP
  • Eric James, PMP
  • Stanley Bryan, PMP
  • Kirkland Sanford, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Katherine Cotney, PMP
  • Teresa Davis
  • Kaitlin Zoltowski, PMP
  • Justin McReynolds
  • Lance Workman, PMP
  • Steven Wiley, PMP
  • Sandeep Karwa, PMP
  • Mary Kate Marett
  • Seif Oduor
  • Keith Cooper, PMP
  • Zendre Simmons, PMP
  • Marla Laubisch, PMP
  • Terrance Adams
  • Kossi Koumaple
  • Danielle Neamtu, PMP
  • Wesley Lewis
  • James Cady, CAPM
  • Erin Sullivan, PMP
  • Kelly Newman, PMP,CAPM
  • Anand Natarajan, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Yu Fu, PMP
  • Leon Jablow
  • Bryan Carmody, PMP
  • Alaina Ciencewicki, PMP
  • Sarah Uzzell
  • Robin Monteith Cook
  • Susan Corlett
  • Tanya Steele, PMP,PMI_RMP,PMI-ACP
  • David Maenner, PMP
  • Sabrena Gautam
  • Todd Hock
  • Ryan Borowitz
  • Bonita Moon, PMP
  • Avery McCoy, PMP
  • Cynthia Midyett Hardy, PMP
  • Andrea Johnson, PMP
  • Brenda Dickey
  • Lou Fortunato, PMP
  • Regina McAuley, PMP
  • Elizabeth Holt, PMP
  • Scott Mael
  • Jacqueline Cheeks, PMP
  • Shilpa Tamhankar
  • Robert Baldwin
  • Donna Fuller, PMP
  • Brittnee Moore
  • Travis Beal, PMP
  • Sushrut Kichambare, PMP
  • Melanie Kaniewski, PMP
  • Virginia Keeter, PMI-SP
  • Melissa DeChant
  • Harold Willis, PMP
  • Zafar Khan, PMP
  • George Mitchell, PMP
  • Praveen Sridharan
  • Tara Lorenz, PMP
  • Rachel Olson, PMP
  • Joe Sevits
  • Heike Nelson, PMP
  • HEATHER DHLIWAYO
  • Arunkumar Vijayakumar, PMP
  • Jonathan Mauller, PMP
  • Herbert Farrish
  • Christopher Tierney
  • Ramanareddy Posam, PMP
  • Michelle Demers
  • Maria Skelton
  • John Kimball
  • Marshall Bryant
  • Diego Garcia, PMP
  • George Caudle, PMP
  • Stephanie Holloway-Baker, PMP
  • Jeffrey Peters, PMP
  • Keri McKiernan
  • Kathy Hamrick
  • Mary Lavelle, PMP
  • Ala Alappatt, CAPM
  • Karen Jensen, PMP
  • Candice Coletrane, PMP
  • Charles Pritchard, PMP
  • Carla Odoi
  • Leah Ketring, PMP
  • Paul Billy, PMP
  • Donna T. Richardson, PMP
  • Cristo Vanevic, PMP
  • Rama Smita Vemulapalli, PMP
  • Raymond Smith, PMP
  • Christine Jouannet, PMP
  • Anthony Baumann, PMP
  • Christopher Lathrop, PMP
  • Natalie Roskam, PMP
  • John Ragozzine, PMP
  • Chad Wilson, PMP
  • Bhavesh Patel, PMP
  • James Roach, PMP
  • Tobi Waltz, PMP
  • Linda McNeil, PMP
  • Jeffrey Lobo
  • Gary Worrell, PMP
  • Dwayne Cann, PMP
  • Kathleen Karamanian, PMP
  • Seth Drummond
  • Meghan Schueller, PMP
  • Adam Johnston, PMP
  • Gavin Ryan
  • Michael Newton, PMP
  • Rodney Scurlock, PMP
  • Robert Kerr
  • Ben Niemann
  • David Jeffrey Duncan, PMP
  • Sherri Qualls, PMP
  • Kay Murphy
  • Jay Leeds, PMP
  • Jeremy Davis, PMP
  • Simhadri Basava, PMP
  • Sarah Roberts, PMP
  • David Holloway, PMP
  • Angela Weiland, PMP
  • Corkey Devlin, PMP
  • Melissa Tanner, PMP
  • Alexis Weaver, PMP
  • Paul Reimers, PMP
  • Victor Luft, PMP
  • Jayendra Bhagat, PMP
  • John Allison, PMP
  • Iesha Mack, PMP
  • Audrey Atwell, PMP
  • Jessie Morvan, PMP
  • Elizabeth Marin, PMP
  • Scott Guyett, PMP
  • Peidi Gu, PMP
  • Tom Raymond, PMP
  • Timothy Fenton, PMP
  • Allyson Banas, PMP
  • Michael Hawley, PMP
  • Vijaya Nandiwada, PMP
  • Hemal Khatiwala, PMP
  • Jeff Esguerra
  • Jim Morgan, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Shayla Lewis
  • Melissa Hall, PMP
  • Eric Robb, PMP
  • Jami Grossfield, PMP
  • James Farnsworth, PMP
  • Yogi Muthuswamy, PMP
  • Vincenzo Giuliano, PMP
  • Jon Edgar, PMP
  • Duane Legan, PMP
  • April Barrow, PMP
  • James Floyd, PMP
  • April Obin, PMP
  • Gregory Berry, PMP
  • Stephanie Ziegler, PMP
  • Charles Mihaliak, PMP
  • Roubina Coleman, PMP
  • Kamal Bhatt, PMP
  • Gregory Hyman, PMP
  • Jeff Agricola, PMP
  • Shrividya Sastry, PMP
  • Kenya Maddox, PMP
  • Michael Celeste
  • Kathryn Wisely, PMP
  • Roy Bruce
  • Margaret Stein, PMP
  • Genett Campbell, PMP
  • Sonya Pearson, PMP
  • Jock Barnes, PMP
  • Jesse Jones, PMP
  • Greg Mueffelmann, PMP
  • Shannon Lee, PMP
  • Michael Petersen, PMP
  • Kimberly Curtis, PMP
  • Kyle Holmquist, PMP
  • Lloyd Slominsky, PMP
  • Laurie Madesian, PMP
  • Larry Johnson, PMP
  • Frank McCoy
  • Jennifer Shue, PMP
  • Roger Langdon, PMP
  • Sean Stack, PMP
  • Richard Jenny, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Christine Harney, PMP
  • Margaret Scott, PMP
  • Leigh Baudreau, PMP
  • Tim Salemy, PMP
  • David Walters, PMP
  • Carolyn Evans, PMP
  • Andrew Phillips, PMP
  • Debra Cameron, PMP
  • Michael Baran, PMP
  • Kathleen McAndrews, PMP
  • Murari Pb, PMP
  • Alisa Cutler, PMP
  • Maurice Hagar, PMP,PMI-ACP

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Project Management Institute, with members in 135 countries, is the world's foremost authority for the project management profession. PMI sets industry standards, conducts research, and provides education and certification opportunities designed to strengthen and further establish the profession. Our chapter proudly serves all the local and national professionals in the space of Project Management. We currently have thousands of members - over half of whom hold PMI’s esteemed PMP certification - and represent nearly 400 unique companies across the globe.

Get Involved

Find a Volunteer Opportunity

Make your mark on our PMI Chapter and the profession. As a member, you can volunteer to work on and to lead activities that advance the profession and support the chapter business operations by joining our chapter volunteer community. All volunteer openings are managed by the PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). This system includes the ability to search for opportunities, view details about each role and apply online.

Earn PDUs by Volunteering

Volunteering Project Management Professional PDUs can be earned as part of Category E: Volunteer Service. Category E, along with Category D (Creating New Project Knowledge) and Category F (Working as a Professional in Project Management), comprise the Giving Back To The Profession Categories. You can earn PDUs in Category E (Volunteer Service) by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, and many others.

Speakers for our Chapter's Events

Our PMI Chapter welcomes proposals from passionate speakers interested in sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise on such topics as general business and strategy, leadership, project management, and technical or industry-specific specialties. Our Professional Development events provide professional development units (PDUs) of educational information necessary for those attendees maintaining certification designations. Speakers are also eligible to claim PDUs for their creation and delivery of the presentation material.

Our Partners

Image
Image
Image