Mar 22nd 2023 - PM in the AM Chapter Event
Time of the event - 7:00am to 8:00am
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PMI Milwaukee Chapter Admin is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: PM in the AM - March 22nd 2023
Time: Mar 22, 2023 06:30 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 861 8863 7953
Speaker: Joe Pusz
Presentation Title: Using Data to transform how you deliver projects
Joe Pusz, PMO Joe is an internationally recognized leader in the Project Management and PMO community. He is a frequent Keynote Speaker, Author, Project Management Innovator and was named the 2022 PMO Influencer of the Year, Americas by the PMO Global Alliance. Joe speaks on topics of Leadership, PMOs, Purpose Driven Mindset, the Project Management Journey, and a variety of other trending Project Management topics.
He is the Founder and President of THE PMO SQUAD, a Phoenix-based PMO and Project Management Consulting firm serving clients across the United States. The PMO Squad was named Winner 2022 Small Business Awards by the Phoenix Business Journal. Joe is the host of the Project Management Office Hours Radio Show and Podcast providing Project Management Leaders a voice within our community. Now in the 5th season, the show has over 40 million plays and downloads featuring guests from around the world.
Joe is also Co-Founder of VPMMA, the Veteran Project Manager Mentor Alliance which is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization assisting Veterans seeking to transition into civilian Project Management careers. He is the Founder of The PMO Leader global community. The community is the only global e-commerce community for PMO Leaders and teams to share content, gain knowledge, and exchange experiences.
Joe supports our industry having served as a Judge for the Global PMO Awards, participates with the PMI Executive Roundtable on PMOs, and is a long-time member of the Project Management Institute. He has been a PMI Volunteer, Sponsor, and Mentor.
Our project management industry is full of opinions from all corners of the world. To help sift through the noise we can turn to research and examine data to see how we’re performing. Once we understand the data we’re then confronted with a choice. Do we do anything with the data or maintain the status quo? Should we seek to make improvements or do we re-think what we’re doing to transform?
In this session we’ll examine research conducted by The PMO Squad and others to understand the current state of project management. The choice will then be yours of what to do next. Let’s not go off gut instincts, rather let’s rely on data to show us what to transform.
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