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Project of the Year Contest

This annual Award recognizes successful projects and the achievements of the project team for outstanding performance of project management in the greater Puget Sound area

–Still accepting submittals for the followingproject categories:

»Small – Under $1MM in project budget

»Medium – Between $1MM – $5MM in project budget

»Large – Over $5MM in project budget

–Email your submittal to  programs@pugetsoundpmi.org

–Deadline for submittals is May 1st, 2015


 

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PSPMI PMO Roundtable

What methodology does your PMO use? Has your PMO gone fully Agile? Still Waterfall? Some combination? Members of the PMO Roundtable will discuss.

May 8

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Agile vs. Waterfall - Friends or Foes?

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