Becoming a Digital Project Manager
November 17, 2015 - Pines Manor, Edison, NJ
Program Title: Becoming a Digital Project Manager
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
meeting slides can be downloaded.
In a recent paper, Forrester Research predicts that all companies will become
either digital predators or digital prey by 2020. What are you doing
to keep pace with the technologies that are disrupting the marketplace so
that you can successfully manage future projects?
At the November meeting, speaker George Pace will explore the underlying
challenges of managing new projects in the new world of digital project management.
Topics will cover:
Part 1 - The "problem space"
Part 2 - Recommended approaches for keeping current with trends in the digital
- Define what "Digital" really is
- Explore a variety of "Digital technologies" and their potential
disruption to the workplace
- Types of "Digital Projects" you can expect to encounter
in the future
- A "sample" of subtle changes in managing Digital Projects
George Pace's career has spanned a number of diverse technologies and responsibilities.
George holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Seton Hall University
and an MBA from the Rutgers School of Management. He currently "keeps pace"
with a number of cutting edge technologies such as Cloud Computing and Big
Data and has a particular interest in helping people navigate the waters
of Social Networking and shares his insights through his YouTube channel
and LinkedIn publications.
- Introducing the concept of a Career Horizon
- Identifying sources of information to help you keep current
- Establishing a "Career Curriculum" as part of your career
None this meeting
Career Networking LCI:
Topic: LinkedIn Consultations with
with CAI Recruiter Gail Rolls
In a special Open Networking event, Michael Milutis, Executive
Director of ITMPI, will share his expertise in optimizing LinkedIn profiles:
how to develop your own brand, employ key words, market yourself and your
skills - and more secrets of establishing a distinctive LinkedIn presence
that appeals to target companies. Please bring two copies of your LinkedIn
profile to maximize this rare opportunity.
Gail Rolls, CAI Recruiter, will meet individually with attendees interested
in a position with Computer Aid, Inc. Michael and Gail sponsor every monthly
PMINJ meeting, and it is a unique honor to host them as guests at a Career
Networking event – an occasion not to be missed!
Topic: Interactive Session: Current Topics on PMO
The PMI NJ PMO LCI will host its Interactive Session facilitated
by the core PMO LCI team. It will be a session where participants will have
an opportunity to discuss current topics on PMOs. We look forward to your
active participation and welcome your input to make this informal discussion
session useful to you and fellow LCI members.