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Presenter: Annie Irizari Muller, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, August 11, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110) Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

Topic:  5 dysfunctions of a team-Absence of trust

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Presenter Bio, nnie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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annie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaPresenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)

LESSONS LEARNED: Looking forward PMIRGC Breakfast meetings. Building on meetings, connecting the dots (optional) Lessons learned case study connected to risk management.

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Presenter: Jim Hughesjimhughes

Topic:   Fierce Conversations

Date: 
Thursday January 15, 2015
Time:
6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation

Location: Sandia Resort & Casino

The Fierce Conversations topic is about how to have difficult conversations in your life and be more successful.  We frequently encounter situations in our work and personal lives that require us to talk about uncomfortable topics or address negative situations, and this presentation will give you an overview of how to have a better conversation when this situation presents itself.

Jim is the Director of Organizational Development for Lovelace Health System. Jim has over 15 years experience in the Workplace Learning and Performance field, including work as an Independent Consultant and Facilitator with UNM Continuing Education and CNM Workforce Training Center.

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, February 10, 2015Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

 

Risk Management:

What organizations should think about, but rarely do.

Part I - Strategy and Definition, role of the PM  

Part 2 – Succession Planning

Part 3 – Critical Thinking and Governance

in consideration:

Case study: Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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Presenter Panel: Aaron Jones. Leon Spackman, Wesley Miller, Willis Johnson

Topic:  Panel Discussion on Jobs
Date: 
Thursday February 19, 2015 Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation Location: Sandia Resort & Casino Members Early Bird: $30        Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5

Most of us apply for multiple jobs throughout our careers but we don’t often get feedback of what we could have done better to impress the hiring official. The panel members have many years of experience reviewing applications, interviewing and hiring project managers and team members. Find out what they have learned about job applications, cover letters, resumes, interviews and salary and benefit negotiations.
Aaron Jones Bio:
IT Staffing trends in Project Managementaajones@teksystems.com  In this presentation we will take a look at recent local IT staffing trends and how they compare to trends on a national level. The trends presented will be mainly derived from primary research and are intended to give Project Managers a better understanding of the amount of employment opportunities, typical pay rates, industries that are employing Project Managers, as well as employment durations in local and national markets.

Aaron Jones received his MBA from the Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico in 2011. Aaron received a certification in Project Management in 2006 while attending the University of Phoenix and has experience performing Project Management related activities for local companies. For the last 2 years, Aaron has been employed at TEKsystems as a technical recruiter. During that time, Aaron has assisted Project Managers by providing them with employment opportunities and with information regarding local market trends in Project Management.



spackmanBio:  Leon Spackman is currently the Director of Support Services at TriCore Reference Laboratories. He has responsibility for purchasing, materiel management, facilities, and vendor management. He started his tenure as the manager of the PMO overseeing the portfolio of projects at TriCore Labs and worked with executives and business owners to prioritize and complete projects. Prior to joining TriCore, Leon was the Director of Vendor Relations at Lovelace Health Plan. He worked with all vendors, suppliers and partners to ensure accountability and positive relationships. He has also served as the Lean Project Manager responsible for implementing and managing the Lean process improvement methodology across the organization. Leon is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and has implemented process improvement in government and commercial settings.   He is also a certified PMP and an experienced project manager leading projects for the Department of Defense and Lean Six Sigma process improvement. He graduated from the National Graduate School with a Masters degree in Quality Systems Management in 2002.

Leon served over 20 years in the United States Air Force leading and directing diverse organizations around the world. While serving as a squadron commander, he significantly improved support to his customers going from the worst to the best aircraft in-commission rates in the Air Force in less than two years. While in the Air Force, he earned his first master’s degree in Logistics Management and served most of his military career as a logistics officer developing expertise in supply chain, petroleum, and overall logistics management. Since retiring from the Air Force, Leon has served as a quality manager, a project manager, and Lean Six Sigma process improvement specialist.


WesMillerBio:  Wesley Miller was raised in northern CA and joined the Navy after high school. During his 20 years in the Navy, he was provided many adventures as well as opportunities to learn and grow as a leader. He earned a Bachelor’s degree and Instructor Development Course Staff Scuba Diving Instructor certification while in the Navy and continued his education after leaving the service earning a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma, two Master’s degrees, and his PMP certification.

Currently, he helps the State manage the Medicaid program. With a team of 85 people, we answer questions about the Medicaid program for recipients and providers, enroll providers, process claims, and do many of the other things that go along with a large project.


Bio:  Willis Johnson is the Vice President of Technical Recruiting for New Mexico with Robert Half Technology.  Along with an MBA in Technology Management, Willis has seven years of experience in full life cycle staffing with Robert Half.  He has been instrumental in the placement of thousands of technical professionals in the New Mexico market on contracts, contract-to-hires, and direct placements.  He has been honored as a Presidents Club winner and has operated in the top 2% of RHT technical recruiters globally for the last 4 years.  He has a deep understanding of local hiring trends and professional job search strategies.  Prior to Robert Half, Willis was a Technical Project Manager for an ecommerce software company and served in the US Navy for 10 years.   

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110) Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

Topic:  Risk Management Workshop: Professional/Career Risk Management and SWOT - Part 2

 Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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WJR Photo 2Presenter: William Robinson, PMP, CSP

Topic:   Rapid Estimation with Use Case Points: An Agile-Enabling Method


Date: 
Thursday March 19, 2015 Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation Location: Sandia Resort & Casino Members Early Bird: $30   Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

A surefire path to dooming an emergent enterprise-level Scrum or agile implementation is failing to recognize, acknowledge, and adhere to the larger organization’s established policies and/or processes around solutions delivery.  In many cases, these policies and processes include specifying time and effort estimates for the delivery of a product or solution.  In fact, these estimates can often be a prerequisite for the initiation of a technology development effort.  On the surface, this requirement would seem to clash with Scrum and agile; however, Use Case Point (UCP) Estimation may provide an agile-friendly approach in dealing with this common condition.

Bio:

Mr. Robinson is a Principal Solutions Architect with Sandia National Labs, where he is involved with the deployment of an IT Governance Program, Enterprise Architecture tools and strategies, standardized best practice agile processes, and software engineering and solutions delivery teams coaching/consulting. He has particular experience in the merging of agile and CMMI principles and practices within DOD, DOE, and Fortune 500 organizations.

Mr. Robinson has also led two separate organizations through the concurrent deployment of agile methods and the CMMI appraisal process, which resulted in Level 3 attainment for both organizations. He has also rapidly transitioned several organizations from cumbersome and ineffective Rational Unified Process (RUP) and waterfall methods and practices to agile techniques, and coached and mentored > 75 separate teams in agile methods, including software engineering, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), server and network operations, and cyber security groups throughout government and Fortune 500 organizations.

Mr. Robinson's specialties also include Agile (Scrum), CMMI, agile modeling techniques, enterprise architecting, rapid software estimation, software testing processes, requirements management and development practices, and the development of repeatable and sustainable general software and solutions-delivery processes.

Mr. Robinson holds a Master of Science - Engineering and Technology Management from Oklahoma State University and is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Scrum Professional (CSP).

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, April 14, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110) Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

Topic:  Risk Management Workshop/ Case Study-Part 3

 Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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Presenter: Barbara Lopez, Jane Betterton, Susan Junda

Topic:   Team Building Discussion Panel

Date:  Thursday April 16, 2015 Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation Location: Sandia Resort & Casino Members Early Bird: $30       Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

The Team Building Panel will be a discussion panel of three experts in the field of team building discussing topics relating to building a quality project team.  The discussion will be in a question and answer format, allowing attendees the opportunity to answer specific questions that they might have.

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Barbara Lopez has been in the utility industry for fifteen years in several IT leadership roles including Senior Director of IT at the New Mexico Gas Company and Director of IT Infrastructure and IT Program Manager at PNM Resources. She has directed the activities of many teams throughout her career including software developers, the service desk, desktop technologies, telecommunications, data center services, and power operations support teams. She created the Leadership Coaching Program at PNM Resources to develop leadership skills of high potential leaders in the IT department. Previously Barbara provided applications consulting and development support for over ten years to various national laboratories, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and Microsoft Corporation.  She is on the Board of Directors for the New Mexico Technology Council where she developed the 5-year strategic plan. She was awarded the 2009 Women in Technology award from the New Mexico Technology Council for her efforts in mentoring women and students in technology fields. Barbara holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of New Mexico, is a certified Project Management Professional, and holds foundation, practitioner, and manager level ITIL certifications.

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BTS President, Jane Betterton, PMP & OPM3P - Since 1992 Jane has utilized best practices in project management to provide practical solutions in today’s dynamic and complex organizational structures. She has extensive strategic planning, project management, organizational and personnel development experience. With her academic and professional background in chemical engineering, R&D type manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and software development, Jane has specialized in working with complex technical environments. Utilizing her technical background Jane works collaboratively with organizations to develop an effective Organizational Project Management (OPM) framework that is practical and consistent. Jane is an expert in using and training project managers to use MS Project, Visio and Microsoft Office applications to communicate effectively in an organization to support the successful completion of projects.


 Junda Susan color highres1Susan Junda is the President of Dynamic Solutions, a training, coaching and consulting company which helps companies better utilize their people to create phenomenal business results.

With over 15 years of service in facilitating teams from both the project management and team ddevelopment perspective, Susan’s passion and forte is to assist others, whether individually or in teams, discover their true nature or purpose, transcend limited thinking and generate extraordinary possibilities for the future.

When not working with clients, Susan is a seminar leader for the American Management Association, teaching public and on-site sessions in project management and team development. She is a certified facilitator of the Team Spirit program developed by Barry Heermann, Executive Director of the Expanded Learning Institute.

Susan has an MBA in Management and Organizational Behavior from the University of Colorado and a BS in Computer Science and Industrial Relations from Rider University. In addition, she is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute, and is an Advanced Toastmaster (ATM-B). She is a member of the International Society for Performance Improvement and the Project Management Institute.


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 Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110) Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

Topic:  Risk Management Workshop/ Case Study-Part 3

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizarir, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, June 9, 2015 

Time: 7am to 8:30am 

Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)

Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

Topic:   Agile workshop/ case study

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Our 2015 topic continues - how do we move to the new rhythm and reality of business? We’re required to balance and right-size creativity, innovation, control, structure, into ‘good enough’ quality without throwing caution to the wind, which could allow us to lose or even throw away organizational risk management strategies.

VUCA goes beyond business and projects, and is here to stay. We continue to look at project management disciplines in transformative, opportunistic, and hybrid viewpoints, where the traditional converges harmoniously with this never-ending flow of VUCA.

Presenter Bio:

Annie Irizari Muller, PMP:  New transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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Presenter: Sally Trigg, BA, JD, MA, PMP

Topic:   PMI Certifications: Beyond the PMP


Date: 
Thursday May 21, 2015 Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation Location: Sandia Resort & Casino Members Early Bird: $30         Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

We all know that the PMP is a very valuable credential and that preparing for and taking the PMP exam is a real trial by fire.

But what about the other 7 PMI certifications? How difficult are they to obtain? What do we need to learn to pass the test? Are they worth the cost and effort?

This presentation will provide an overview of the current PMI certifications and discuss how they can benefit you in your career development.

We will also briefly touch on the new PMI CCR (Continuous credential requirements) System and offer pointers on obtaining and entering PDUs, such as the ones you get for attending the PMIRGC chapter meetings!!

Bio:

Sally is a multi-faceted professional who loves to build systems. Her experience includes work as an attorney, writing / literature instructor, retail manager, technical writer, high school English teacher, marketer, fund-raising executive, project manager, and corporate manager. Although she earned her PMP in 2011, Sally’s project management experience stretches back over a decade. A native New Mexican, Sally came to Lovelace Health Plan in March 2011 as contracted project manager for a huge company project and left the company three years later as a Director of Strategic Planning. Currently she works at Department of IT for State of New Mexico. She has served as an officer of PMIRGC since 2012. In 2014, Sally’s work was recognized when she received International PMI Volunteer of the Year Award.

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant

Topic:  5 Dysfunctions of a Team

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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Presenter: Annie Irizari Muller, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, August 11, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant

Topic:  5 dysfunctions of a team-Absence of trust

Presenter Bio, nnie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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Presenter: Annie Irizari Muller, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 Time: 7am to 8:30am
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant

Topic: 5 dysfunctions of a team-Fear of Conflict

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Presenter Bio, nnie Irizari, PMP: New transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology, consulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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 Presenter: Rosemary Dunivan, PMPRosemaryDunivan

Topic:   Project Management at Sandia National Laboratories

 Date:  Thursday Septemer 17, 2015
Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino
PDU: 1.5 

This presentation will describe the new Project Framework being deployed at Sandia National Laboratories as a consistent, repeatable process for a graded approach to project management. The presentation will also include information on the structure of Sandia’s project management job descriptions and criteria for applicants.

Bio: Rosemary has 23 years of experience at Sandia National Laboratories, including 15 years as a business manager. Her focus for the last 12 years has been on program/project management, working to establish project management processes across the Integrated Enabling Services (indirect program) and some of the largest DoD and DOE projects in Sandia’s history. Rosemary is currently leading a project to establish a corporate-wide process, procedures and tools for project management.

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Topic:  5 dysfunctions of a team-Lack of Commitment

Presenter: Annie Irizari Muller, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGC

Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am  Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110) Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

Presenter Bio, nnie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consannie-muller-pmp-scrum-agile-six-sigmaulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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 Presenter: Helene Minot, PMP

Topic:   Independent Validation & VerificationHMinot Octsmall

  Date:  Thursday October 15, 2015 Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation 

 

This presentation is a review of the State of NM’s Independent Verification and Validation process for IT projects, including what it means to have IV&V on your project and the criteria used.  Project problems areas and corresponding recommendations made will be reviewed and discussed.  We will explore project risks and different ways of addressing them.   Participants will gain an understanding of how an independent, outside review can help to ensure project deliverables meet business and technical objectives.  

Bio:  Helene Minot has over 15 years’ experience in project management and in implementing large, strategic corporate projects that were targeted to meet key business objectives of reducing costs, providing substantial ROI, reducing turnaround time, and improving quality of services.  

Most of her project engagements have been focused in the health care field where she has managed million $ budget projects including the implementation of a Population Health Management system for Lovelace Health Plan and a statewide laboratory equipment implementation for Tricore Reference Laboratories.   These initiatives involved managing several sub groups, multiple vendors, and a set of complex interfaces across multiple applications.  Most recently she is engaged as an IV&V project manager and provides independent review and analysis of Information Technology projects for the State of NM.  She has worked on and made recommendations on projects for the Department of Health, Secretary of State, State Land Office, and Department of Transportation agencies.   

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 Presenter: G.D. Roberson, PMP®, COR III, PMIRGC President-Elect

Topic:  Humor in Project Managementsmilingdrawnman

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Date:  Thursday November 19, 2015
Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino
Members Early Bird: $30  
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Bio:  G.D. Roberson has over 26 years of nuclear material and project management experience with the Federal Government and 16 years in private industry.  His Federal Experience includes work on the Yucca Mountain Geologic Repository Project and the Hanford Tank Waste Remediation Project.  He has extensive experience in developing, implementing, and managing technical programs essential to environmental protection and national security.  He is a nuclear material manager with experience in high level waste, TRU waste, low level waste and nuclear material stabilization, packaging, and storage.  He managed the Defense Nuclear Facility Safety Board (DNFSB) 94-1 and 2000-1 technology research and development program sponsored by the Office of Environmental Management for 12 years.

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 Presenter: Annie Irizari Muller, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGCrooster

 Topic:  5 dysfunctions of a team-Avoidance of accountability

Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015  Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

 

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