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Join us for breakfast with Tim Jerome, PMIRGC President-Elect
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Topic: Projects, Programs, and Portfolios
This topic could be titled “Zero-sum games vs. ‘The Stag Hunt’” or “Using Organizational assessment and maturity to understand why my project / PMO / portfolio implementation isn’t one-size-fits’all”. We’ll start with a review of the basic definitions and standards, and look at what and why PMOs may not match exactly what is shown in the books.
Tim Jerome, PMP is the PMI Rio Grande Chapter President-Elect. Tim has been a PMP since 2003, a member of PMI since 2001, has led and supported projects globally for over 10 years, most inside or on behalf of Intel Corporation. Areas of experience encompass Data Center design, implementation and transition, IT technology transformation, Enterprise PC Fleet management, and Business decision making. As an IT consultant on behalf of Intel, Tim enjoyed collaborating with and supporting decision makers of many Fortune 100s.
Tim has taught PM and PMP Certification Preparation courses for over 4 years, assisting in upgrading the Intel certification program for rev. 4. He remains committed to the discipline of project management, and uses any opportunity to extract value from all the knowledge areas of the PMBOK. Tim has enjoyed many volunteer activities in the Rio Grande Valley, and looks forward to participation in promoting and supporting the goals of Project Management and PMI in the local community.