Dr. Kerzner Workshop: Project Management 2.0 and 3.0: Planning for the Future of Project Management

October 11, 2017
9:00 AM MDT to 4:00 PM MDT
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  • Leadership PDU Count: 2
  • Business & Strategic Management PDU Count: 2
  • Technical Project Management PDU Count: 2




The landscape for project management has changed significantly over the past decade. The introduction of Web 2.0 technology led us into a new era of project management, namely PM 2.0, which was heavily based upon rapid sharing of metrics displayed on dashboards. PM 2.0 was often called “Socialized Project Management” because of the new ways to communicate project information and the ability to communicate to everyone.

With PM 3.0, we are looking more so on reducing and refining the information overload created from PM 2.0 than how it was transmitted. We are also identifying new business-related metrics that can validate that the projects are aligned to strategic corporate objectives. PM 3.0 is business-driven project management using value creation with a heavy focus on building a portfolio of projects based upon expected benefits and value.



Participants will gain an understanding of the evolution of project management metrics and methodologies over the last decade, as well as gain a perspective on what the future holds. Participants gain insight into the future role of project managers, the different skills required, and the evolving definitions of success and failure – keys for success in the future.

Included with registration: A copy of Dr. Kerzner’s book “PM 2.0: The Future of Project Management.”


Workshop Outline:

  1. How Executives View Project Management PM 2.0 and PM 3.0
  2. Changing Times: The Growth of PM 2.0 and PM 3.0
  3. Issues with the Growth of PM 2.0/3.0
  4. Driving Forces for Better Metrics in PM 2.0/3.0
  5. Understanding Metrics and KPIs
  6. Understanding the Importance of Benefits and Value in PM 2.0/3.0
  7. Understanding Value-Reflective Metrics and KPIs
  8. PM 2.0/3.0 Value Metric Measurement and Reporting Issues
  9. Creating a Value Measurement Methodology (VMM)
  10. Understanding Performance Reporting Dashboards
  11. Dashboard Misleading Indicators
  12. Project Governance and Stakeholder Relations Management
  13. The Growth in the Use of Project/Program Management Offices
  14. Maximizing Portfolio Value in PM 2.0/3.0
  15. Resources Management: The Key to Portfolio Value Maximization
  16. Redefining Project Success and Failure
  17. How PM 2.0/3.0 May Change Future Project Management Educational Needs
  18. Special Topics in PM 2.0/3.0
  19. Overall Benefits of Using PM 2.0/3.0


Program Facilitator:


Harold Kerzner, Ph.D.


Harold Kerzner is Senior Executive Director for Project Management for the International Institute for Learning (IIL). He has an MS and Ph.D. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA from Utah State University. He is a prior Air Force Officer and spent several years at Morton-Thiokol in project management. He taught engineering at the University of Illinois and business administration at Utah State University, and for 38 years, he taught project management at Baldwin-Wallace University. He has published or presented numerous engineering and business papers, and has published more than 50 college textbooks on project management, including later editions. His five latest books are (1) Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling; (2) Project Management Metrics, KPIs and Dashboards, (3) Project Recovery: Case Studies and Techniques for Overcoming Project Failure, (4) Project Management Best Practices: Achieving Global Excellence, and (5) PM 2.0: The Future of Project Management.

He travels around the world each year conducting project management lectures in the United States, Japan, China, Russia, Brazil, Singapore, South Africa, Germany, Spain, Belgium, The Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Venezuela, Columbia, United Arab Emirates, France, Italy, England, and Switzerland.

The Project Management Institute (National Organization) in cooperation with IIL has initiated the Kerzner International Project Manager of the Year Award given to one project manager yearly anywhere in the world

The Project Management Institute also gives out four scholarships each year in Dr. Kerzner’s name for graduate studies in project management.


Meal Information:

Lunch and snacks will be provided!

You will receive more information on food selection options after the Event Venue has been finalized.


Refund Policy - Specific for this Event:

For this workshop only, the following applies in lieu of the standard PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund Policy.

  • 100% Refund if cancel on or before Sept 3, 2017
  • 75% Refund if cancel between Sept 4 and Sept 10, 2017
  • 50% Refund if cancel between Sept 11 and Sept 21, 2017
  • 25% Refund if cancel between Sept 22 and Oct 1, 2017
  • No Refund for any cancellations after October 1, 2017



Cancellation Policy:



The Workshop may be cancelled or rescheduled under the following circumstances: (A) In the case of accident, illness or any other Act of God that prevents the program facilitator from being present or the venue to not be available. (B) The minimum number of registrations (44) has not been reached by midnight on September 11, 2017.


In case of cancellation or rescheduling, our contact method will be email. Please make sure we have an active email address that you see before you leave home the day of the event.



For additional questions or comments about this event, please contact Dir_Workshops@pmipprc.org.


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  • $375.00 Earlybird rate until 11:59pm on September 11
  • $450.00 Member Regular Price (available Sept. 12-Sept. 25)
  • $525.00 after 11:59pm on September 25



  • $525.00 Earlybird rate until 11:59pm on September 11
  • $600.00 Guest/Non-Member Regular Price (available Sept. 12-Sept. 25)
  • $675.00 after 11:59pm on September 25