PMI North Carolina Chapter

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Certification: 2023 PMP Exam Prep Class

02-04-2023 8:30 am - 03-04-2023 4:30 pm

Non-Members $1000, Members $900 

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This course is taught over five Saturdays. This course will provide the 35 education credits needed for your PMP application. This class is guaranteed to run regardless of the number of registrations. This will be a This will be a Virtual-Hybrid class offering the student a choice between Virtual Attendance taught on a Zoom platform and In-person Classroom Training.  In person classes will be held at Aerie Pharmaceuticals Inc, 4301 Emperor Blvd Durham, NC 27703

CLASS DATESSaturday  February 4, 11, 18, 25 and March 4, 2023

CLASS TIMES: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Lunch Times: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM


Feb Virtual Member Orientation Session

02-13-2023 5:30 pm -6:00 pm

February Virtual Member Orientation Session

NCPMI Member Orientation sessions are being offered in a virtual setting. Join us to find out about the benefits of being a Chapter member. The session will introduce you to the various program offerings and you can see how to best use your membership. Member orientation sessions are for:

  • all chapter members who are interested in learning more about the opportunities and benefits the chapter provides
  • new and existing members who want to find out how to get more involved.

Sorry, the event is now full and we could not accept more registration


Chapter Meeting – February 2023: The Case for the Agile Project Manager

02-16-2023 5:30 pm -8:00 pm
Virtual Meeting
FREE for all NCPMI members and non members
Chapter Meeting – February 2023: The Case for the Agile Project Manager


Change isn’t coming – it’s already here. The project environment is becoming more volatile,
uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. Project management and project managers must transform and evolve in order to keep up with these changes.
The Agile movement is a disruptor in the field of project management, now having over 20 years of successes and benefits to organizations that have adopted their practices. But while Agile has proven itself to be more adept in dealing with uncertainty, just following frameworks isn’t enough. What are some of the key competencies and ways of thinking we must have?

After this one-hour session, learners will be able to:

  • Describe how the project environment is increasingly unstable
  • Relay the need to go beyond Agile projects to the underlying principles
  • Consider the overall end goal of organizational business agility

Agile CoP: Agile Fundamentals and Best Practices

02-22-2023 6:00 pm -7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting
Agile CoP: Agile Fundamentals and Best Practices

Let's get back to what are the Agile Fundamentals and then hear some best practices for utilizing Agile. 


COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC SPEAKING: Connecting the Dots, Recognizing the early signs and mitigating the risks

02-28-2023 5:45 pm -8:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

Speech Title: Connecting the Dots, Recognizing the early signs and mitigating the risks.


Depending on the organizational structure, a Project Manager may serve in a dual role, acting as both the project leader and the resource manager. Regardless of the structure, industry or team make up, company leaders rely heavily on the PM to effectively lead, quote end quote, the “dotted line” team members.

We are going to become students of “connecting the dots”. Learning to recognize the early signs of grief, depression, stress, and other mental illnesses within the workplace so that we can begin to build a culture within ourselves to become the advocates, change agents and supporters of mental wellbeing that our team members often find themselves needing.  


Learning Objectives:

1.   Better recognize emotional and mental stress among the dotted lines

2.   Plan, execute & monitor to proactively mitigate risks within project teams

3.   Become the change agent, create a culture that advocates and supports mental wellbeing


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