|Program Number: C020-20170418
Job of the Future - New Tech and Capabilities
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
|PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 0.75
Strategic - 0.75
Technical - 0.0
slides can be downloaded.
| You may have noticed (or
experienced) that the rate of technological
change seems to be occurring faster than ever.
While technologies such as Digital Assistants,
Self-Driving Cars, Internet of Things and
Artificial Intelligence may not sound ready
for "prime time", the reality is that these
technologies are in use TODAY. And those
implementations are creating NEW jobs with NEW
skills - and in many cases are changing how
existing work gets done and / or threatening
The key question for anyone in today's job
market should be asking - What can I do to
"Keep Pace" with these technologies so that my
skills are relevant in the future?
In this presentation, George will discuss:
It will be an engaging and informative
presentation, one that you don't want to
- In depth analysis of several new,
impactful technologies and the jobs they
- 10 Steps to "Keep Pace" with
- Resources that look at technologies and
their future impact
- Sites that describe "Jobs of the future"
George Pace is an IT technology leader,
focusing on how to extract business value from
the latest technologies. His is currently
working to "Keep Pace" with Cloud Computing,
the Internet of Things (IoT) Digital
Assistants as well as a dash of Social Media
for good measure.
George holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer
Science from Seton Hall University and an MBA
from the Rutgers Business School.
Topic: Are the people on my
Scrum Team in the right role? What items
should be in your Product Backlog?
How do you know if you have the right
people in each role on your Scrum Team?
There are main roles which may sound
simple until you have a deeper
understanding of what they “should” be
doing. Bob Phillips, PMI-ACP, CSP (CSM,
CSPO), CLP, ICP-ACC, ICP-ATF will lead an
engaging presentation that describes each
role in more detail and how they could be
helping (or hurting – ouch) your team. You
will leave the session with a list of
questions that you could use to see where
you stand. During the 2nd part of the
presentation the concepts of Vision,
Features, Epics, Stories, Sub-Tasks, etc.
will be demystified and Bob will share how
these items help you create a Product
Backlog that can deliver business value.
Career Networking LCI:
Thyself, Brand Thyself: The Secret to
Computer Aid, Inc. Enterprise Strategist
Michael Milutis will explain why personal
branding success has as much to do with
self-knowledge as social media. Explore
the key personal questions that are
universal across industry verticals as
Michael demonstrates how one’s personal
branding strategy flows logically from the
answers. The presentation includes:
continuous workplace learning; corporate
mindfulness; personal branding and social
media; owning and developing your own
career path; professional authenticity;
and achieving peak levels of performance.
Topic: Interactive Session: Current
Topics on PMO
The PMINJ 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.