February 19, 2008 Pines Manor Edison
The Iron Triangle: How Do You
Accommodate the Interdependencies between Cost, Scope, and Schedule When
Evaluating New Initiatives
|Program Number: C020-19022008
Program Title: "The Iron Triangle:
How Do You Accommodate the Interdependencies between Cost, Scope, and Schedule
When Evaluating New Initiatives"
Category Type: 3
Application/Specific Interest Groups:
Activity Sponsor: NJ/PMI Chapter
This presentation will explore the relationship
among cost, scope, and schedule. It will therefore cover best practices
in both cost and risk management. Further, David P. Seaver will review
capabilities needed in an organization to accurately plan and implement
technology projects. This will include:
Joseph Ingemi currently works as an Executive
Consultant for Price Systems in Mt. Laurel, NJ. His responsibilities include
providing project cost estimation and analysis to corporate clients. Mr.
Ingemi has extensive experience with Fortune 500 companies in the technology,
healthcare, and life sciences industries. His experience includes: developing
FDA compliance strategy for the pharmaceutical industry and serving as
a project manager on the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) Initiative.
He holds a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering from West Point
and a Master's in Public Policy from Duke University. He is also a Certified
Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
Do you have a repeatable process to estimate
project size, effort, schedule, and cost?
Can you link IT projects with business results?
How well do you sell the numbers to management?
Can you answer such questions as: How much? How long?
And what will it do?
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Topic: Is this Job Offer the Right Fit
and How to Sweeten the Deal
Diane Litchko, HR Manager for QUALCOMM,
will facilitate an interactive workshop that will help you identify your
dream job characteristics to make your next job the right fit and will
also highlight various items to consider when evaluating a job offer including
various forms of compensation, benefits, and perks. Each participant
will walk away with their “must haves” and “nice to haves” lists to help
them choose the right next job with their ideal compensation and benefits
Bring your business cards.