PMI-Chicagoland Professional Development Day 11.1.2013

On November 1st, the Chicagoland chapter of the Project Management Institute is putting on its Professional Development Day entitled “Mastery Beyond the Triple Constraints.”

I have volunteered to help put on this year’s PD Day, and I am looking forward to working together with the other volunteers from PMI-Chicagoland in putting on this event.    Here’s some basic information about the event:

1.  Date and Time

Date:  Friday, November 1, 2013

Time: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Check-In: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.

2.  Location:

Meridian Banquets

1701 W. Algonquin Rd.

Rolling Meadows, IL 60008

3.  Educational Programs

There are four tracks of programming

  • Program and Portfolio Management
  • Agile, Collaboration and Emerging Trends
  • Stakeholder Management/Procurement/Risk Management
  • Leadership lessons from the C Suite

4.  Registration

There is a different price for the entire day’s programming depending on whether you are  a member of the PMI-Chicagoland chapter or not.    Also, to encourage early registration, there are three tiers of pricing depending on the date of registration.   The last day of registration is October 28th.





  Jul 15 – Aug 15

  Aug 16 – Sept 19

  Sept 20 – Oct 28

Chapter Members




Non members




For those interested in registering, here’s the link to the PMI-Chicagoland website.

The program is being put together by the PMI-Chicagoland volunteer committee putting on the event, and I’ll have more details about it later.    I’m looking forward to the event because I have just recently moved to Chicago and am looking at the event as a way to make new networking contacts in the area.    I hope the event is a success!


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