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1 Project Management Institute – Baltimore Chapter Inaugural Meeting of the new Annapolis Junction Site August 9, 2011
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 2 Agenda Welcome and Announcements; Mike Berendt, VP Programs PMI Baltimore Chapter Profile; Mike Berendt Installation of Site Directors; Mike Berendt Annapolis Junction Site Goals and Objectives; Mike Crawford, Site Director Guest Speaker – New PDU Reporting Process; Mike Berendt Guest Speaker – Agile Techniques & Project Management Karl Muenchow, XOJOM Corporation Site Survey
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 3 Introduction of Volunteer Leaders Introduction of new members Introduction of new PMPs, RMPs, PgMPs, SPs Link-up Hiring Managers with Job Seekers Upcoming Site Events & PMI Events General Announcements Golf Outing Sponsorship Opportunities New PMP Exam; key take-aways from brochure New PMI Agile Certification Annapolis Junction Site Survey and Volunteer Speakers Welcome and Announcements
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 4 PMI Baltimore Chapter Profile Mission The PMI Baltimore Chapter actively promotes and develops the Project Management Profession within our community by: Engaging stakeholders in active participation Leveraging professional knowledge and experience Embracing community outreach and membership programming
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 5 PMI Baltimore Chapter Profile Our Chapter Today 2800 Members Strong Eleven Meeting Locations, 90 Meetings per year Aberdeen, Annapolis, Annapolis Junction, APL, Columbia/Ft. Meade, Frederick, Fruitland, Hanover/UMBC, Timonium, and Wallops Island, VA Membership Offerings Education Seminars PMP Prep Classes Corporate Training upon request Seven Member Board of Directors Component Award Chair (Non Voting Board Member) Over 100 Volunteers
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 6 PMI Baltimore Chapter Profile Plans for 2011 Maintain energy and enthusiasm throughout the Chapter Improve the Chapter Web Site by implementing appropriate interactive technology to our membership for 2010 and beyond. Site Event Registration System. This will allow electronic PDU submission by the Chapter, not its membership. Broaden our Chapters ability to leverage the Project Management knowledge by increasing Seminars, Education Events, and Career Night activities. Improve the Chapter Processes to support its growth from 2010 and beyond Identify Opportunities to support local academia
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 7 PMI Baltimore Chapter Eric Perlstein, PMP, RMP President firstname.lastname@example.org John Kos, PMP, RMP Vice President - Education email@example.com Loretta Letke, PMP, RMP Vice President - Membership Loretta.letke@pmibaltimore. org Mike Berendt, PMP, RMP Vice President - Programs Mike.Berendt@pmibaltimore. org Abe Meer, PMP Vice President - Communications Abe.firstname.lastname@example.org Amber Roy, PMP Vice President - Finance email@example.com Carol Martinez, PMP Vice President – Special Projects Carol.Martinez@pmibaltimore.org
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 8 PMI Baltimore Chapter Installation of Site Directors
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 9 Annapolis Junction Site Goals and Objectives Promote and develop the Project Management Profession within our community by: Providing Networking opportunities for our members Presenting high quality programs that educate and inform while earning PDUs Offer volunteer leadership and speaking opportunities for our PMPs
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 10 Annapolis Junction Site Volunteer Leaders Site Director – Mike Crawford, PMP firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Finance Director – Barry Frederick, PMP firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Programs Director – Marty Saia, PMP firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 11 Annapolis Junction Site Meeting Schedule Second Tuesday of every month Networking and lunch at 1130 Announcements & Guest Speaker at 1200 Hard stop at 1300 Cost initially set at $12.00 1 PDU earned for attendance; automatically registered for PMI Baltimore members September Meeting will be reduced to $5.00 for PMI Baltimore Members
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved Annapolis Junction Site Logistics/Administration Sign-in location Badge Required Past Front Desk Restrooms Emergency Exits Microphones 12
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 13 Annapolis Junction Site Upcoming Meetings September 13 - Best Practices Developed During Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Planning for the State of Maryland - Asuntha Chiang-Smith, PMP, Director of Economic Development for Maryland October 11 – Im a Suit in a Cyber World - Scott Sheldon, Chief Suit, cybergamut November 8 - ????
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 14 Annapolis Junction Site Your Responsibilities Register early through PMI Baltimore website Pay through PayPal so that we can establish headcount for meals Tell us what topics you would like to hear about by filling out the Site Survey Volunteer to give a presentation at a future meeting – earns PDUs Join PMI Baltimore – take advantage of our top- of-the-line member services
15 Professional Development Unit (PDU) Reporting Policy Update Presented by: Mike Berendt, PMI PMP, RMP VP, Programs, PMI Baltimore 9 August 2011
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 16 CCR Program Enhancements The Continuing Certification Requirements Program ensures that Project Management Professionals (PMPs) remain current in their field PMI study of 2007 identified two key areas for enhancement 1 st priority was PMIs in-house reporting system (CCRS) which launched in 2009 2 nd priority was to improve and simplify the PDU Category Structure for ease of reporting
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 17 PDU Reporting Study PMI volunteers created a simplified PDU Category Structure for review and comment PMI GOC did a formal study including PMI credential holders, Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.s), and Community Leaders. The new structure was positively received. PMI Leadership began roll-out of the new PDU Category Structure in December 2010 with Implementation date scheduled for 1 March 2011. Three year renewal cycle, 60 PDU requirement, and fee structure for re-certification remain the same; can still Report a Component 1 to 2 PDU event as before
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 18 PDU Category Update – Key Changes Number of PDU categories reduced from 18 to 6 All categories use the rule that One hour of learning activity = one PDU Categories expanded to include Web 2.0 Learning Opportunities Added limits on certain categories to require all credential holders to pursue continuing education in project management as part of maintaining the credential – PM work experience, volunteer service, and teaching PM topics are not sufficient to retain the credential
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 19 PDU Category Update – Key Changes Two primary PDU divisions, each with 3 categories: Education – No maximum (15 PDU Minimum for PMP Cert) Giving Back to the Profession – 45 PDU Maximum Only Category F, Work as a Professional in Project Management, earns a set number of PDUs (5 for PMP) annually. All other categories are based on actual hours expended. NOTE: There is a limit on Giving Back to the Profession since most PMI volunteer positions require a significant commitment of time and most volunteers would easily meet the total requirements by submitting in Category E. The same is true for PM instructors in Category D.
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 20 Implementation Guidance Effective date for New PDU Reporting Categories and Rules is 1 March 2011 PDUs earned and reported up until 1 March 2011 will be calculated under the current CCR categories PDUs earned prior to 1 March 2011 but not reported until after that date will fall under the new rules PMPs should report all work related and volunteer activities under the Giving Back to the Profession PDU categories prior to 1 March 2011 to ensure they are not discarded because they exceed the 45 PDU cap for this division
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 21 New PDU Category Structure Distribute, Review, and Discuss the PMI document entitled New PDU Category Structure and Policies. More information is available @ https://ccrs.pmi.org and https://ccrs.pmi.org http://www.pmi.org/GLOBALS/~/media/Files/PDF/Certification/P DU%20CategStructure_Final.ashx and http://www.pmi.org/GLOBALS/~/media/Files/PDF/Certification/P DU%20CategStructure_Final.ashx http://www.pmi.org/GLOBALS/~/media/Files/PDF/Certification/P MI-000%20CCRS%20Customer%20CareFAQ.ashx http://www.pmi.org/GLOBALS/~/media/Files/PDF/Certification/P MI-000%20CCRS%20Customer%20CareFAQ.ashx
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 22 PMI Baltimore Chapter Agile and Project Management
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 23 PMI Baltimore Chapter Final Thoughts Questions?
Copyright © 2007 PMI BC – All Rights Reserved 24 PMI Baltimore Chapter Please Fill out the Site Survey and Leave it at the Reception Desk. Thanks.
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