Tercer encuentro de PMP - Versión 2020
domingo, Dic 15, 2019
8:00am - 12:00pm
With a background in both hands-on project management and PMO leadership, Stacey’s project management experience ranges from eight-figure process and technology system change initiatives to construction and real estate projects to global product security projects. With over 20 years of experience in project management, operations, and business development, Stacey is a passionate leader and advocate for the impact a strong project management culture can have on an organization – especially in the rapidly changing world of healthcare. Armed with expertise in stabilizing start-up organizations and establishing PMOs, in her current role as Vice President, Project Management Operations at Solis Mammography, she is responsible for the execution of the company’s strategic growth plan. Stacey’s leadership positions have included serving as Executive Committee member of the North American Security Products Organization (NASPO), where she directed a sub-committee on developing evaluation standards for anti-counterfeiting technologies, and most recently as a member of the Board for the Veteran Project Manager Mentor Alliance. She also founded the PMO office for Invitation Homes, an $8B real estate and property management company, and established and led project management offices for companies in brand security and Fortune 200 healthcare. She is a member of the Chief Project Officer Mastermind Group of Dallas, and her current PMO represented the USA in the PMO Global Awards. Stacey holds a PMP credential from the Project Management Institute, a Master Certification in Applied Project Management from Villanova University, a BS in Business Management from Western Governors University, and is currently pursuing an MBA through the UT Dallas Project Management Program.
Take an amusing journey through some cringe-worthy moments and lessons learned the hard way on the path to becoming a project management leader. You will learn how to recognize the flypaper practices that will hold you back as a project manager and PMO leader through true stories and experiences, understand how to be the “in demand” service in your organization, and hear the keys to developing relationships with your stakeholders that will last. Stacey will cover topics such as:
How to Wreck a Client Relationship in 3 Easy Steps
I Solved the Wrong Problem – Yay Me!
And, I have 49 Process Areas and I’m not Afraid to Use Them!
– Open Area: Blue Dot/Green Dot (Job Seekers/Job Offerers networking)
– Open Area: Standup Networking, Library, Book Review program, Sponsors and other tables
6:00-6:30 Poolside Room: Free PM Think Tank facilitated discussion or New Member Orientation
6:30-7:00 Table Networking and Dinner
7:00-7:30 Welcome and Announcements
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Lugar del eventoUniversidad de los Andes. Sede Caribe
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