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Celebrate the New Year with PMI Southwest Ohio

January 09, 2019
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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Moerlein Lager House
115 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202
http://http:www.moerleinlagerhouse.com
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Join us for our first meeting of 2019 as we network, share a presentation of our bylaws, and enjoy a presentation from guest speaker, Paul Baumgartner. Appetizers will be served and each registration receives wo drink tickets.

Presentation:“It Starts With a List! How to Jump-Start your Project AND your Success!”
You as project manager have just been assigned a project. Now what?! The inputs you get at project start-up are seldom on a silver platter. The greatest need for your communication and clarification abilities often comes right when being handed a new project, when you know the least! This is your best shot at showcasing your ability to pull together the needs, mobilize a team and set them marching to a common goal, in full view of the stakeholders. From Paul’s nearly 20 years of project experience, he’ll teach you some proven techniques for reigning in the scattered cats at project start-up to ensure a smooth ride to project success.

About the Speaker
Paul Baumgartner, PMP, has established himself as a reputable regional speaker on numerous PM topics. Unlike a professional consultant/trainer, Paul works in the field of project and program management, and often draws thought-provoking and humorous conclusions from the “trenches” of where he works. Paul is a Program Manager with Elsevier, the world’s largest on-line science and medicine publisher, where he recently took over a highly-visible, but troubled, agile program and successfully got it back on-track. Throughout his 18-year career, Paul has given memorable talks at both the Cincinnati and Dayton Summits, PMI chapters and his employers. Paul taught project management for Xavier University, Boston University and the University of Phoenix. He writes professionally for ProjectManagement.com. Paul’s dedication as a practitioner to the profession started decades ago, when he became one of the first 10,000 people to earn his PMP.

Tickets

$30.00 Member

$10.00 Student

$40.00 Non-Member