PMI PPRC April 2019 Chapter Meeting - Technical & Strategic PDUs!

April 11, 2019
5:00 PM MDT to 8:00 PM MDT
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Hotel Eleganté Conference & Event Center
2886 S Circle Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
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Agenda:
5:00-6:00pm: "Agile Information Radiators", Aaron Sever
6:00-6:30pm: Dinner
6:30-7:00pm: Business Meeting/Chapter Announcements
7:00-8:00pm: "The Rise of a Women's Chamber of Commerce in Colorado Springs", Lola Woloch
8:00-8:10pm: Closing/Drawings

Session 1 (1 Technical PDU):

Aaron SeverAgile Information Radiators

Where do you go when you want to assess the health or monitor the progress of an Agile project, but are frustrated because traditional EVM reports don't always apply? Information radiators, of course! 

These transparent and highly visible tools constantly communicate an Agile team's progress to project stakeholders. This presentation will provide an overview of how to interpret the most commonly used Information Radiators including Kanban boards, Burn Up charts, Burn Down charts, and Cumulative Flow Diagrams. Practical tips for Project Managers will also be provided.

Presentor: Aaron Sever

Bio: Aaron Sever is an IT Project Manager for Progressive Insurance who specializes in building Agile project teams.  He has over 25 years of experience in Software Development and holds PMP, PMI-ACP, Certified Scrum Master, and ITIL v3 Foundation certifications.  Aaron earned his MBA and Master of Science in Management from Colorado Technical University and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN.  Aaron is an active member of the PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter, currently serving as Director of Agile Education.

 

Session 2 (1 Strategic PDU):

"The Rise of a Women's Chamber of Commerce in Colorado Springs"

Presentor: Lola Woloch, President & CEO of Southern Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce

Bio:

Lola serves as the President & CEO for the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. She leads the Chamber’s mission in empowering our members through education, advocacy and collaborative partnerships, focusing on economic vitality. Through her efforts with many dedicated volunteers and board members, SCWCC has been transformed and now provides its members with resources, quality programming, knowledge and the networks to build and operate successful businesses. Since taking on the role in 2015, here are just a few of stats; 68% increase in membership revenue, 131% increase in programs revenue, 92% increase in gross profit, 281% increase in net income, and 56% increase in attendance.

 

In her accomplished career, Lola Woloch has held leadership positions and has expertise in strategic planning, business development, and marketing and sales. She is also is experienced in organizational and process change agent. Her talent comes from years of starting up businesses and being a successful entrepreneur. She held several leadership positions in the corporate sectors of the telecommunication industry and higher education. Her success is driven by her entrepreneurial thought process and approach to drive results. Lola has a proven track record and numerous accolades to her credit of achieving national and regional business development goals and turning around sales channels and corporate divisions to be profitable.

 

During her tenure with SCWCC, Lola has created strategic partnerships and affinity programs that offer exclusive rates to provide SCWCC members with benefits and value. This includes large group health plans for small businesses with up to 25% savings on the cost of health insurance, discounted dental plans, exclusive multi-media discounts for SCWCC members as well as savings on workers compensation insurance programs and many other attractive member benefits the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce offers. Lola has championed the Chamber’s commitment to serving the best interest of SCWCC members and the community, to lead by example, embracing inclusiveness in our community, and advocating for our members. In 2017, Lola was recognized by the Colorado Springs Business Journal as a Women of Influence.

 

In 2018, SCWCC received three prestigious awards at the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executive Conference from the Colorado Chamber of Commerce and was recognized as one of the top performing Chambers of Commerce. The Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce is committed to positively impacting economic development for its members, sponsors, business and corporate partners and the community it serves.


10 Person/Seat Table Purchase Option:

PPRC is providing, to it's members, the option to purchase a 10-person/seat table at Chapter Meetings. For more information on the option and guidelines around a purchase, please visit the Multi-Seat Table Registration informational page.

Refund and Cancellation Policy:

The PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund and Cancellation Policy is currently under revision. As per the approved revisions, cancellation of registrations for Chapter Meetings will be honored and refunds granted when the cancellation is completed/received by 11:59 PM seven business days before the event. 

You will be required to review and accept the current PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund and Cancellation Policy as part of your registration.  Please review it here.

Registration Questions:

Please contact the VP Communications for any registration questions or problems that you may have.

NOTE: If presentations are provided to PPRC for posting, they will be posted on the Presentation Archive page after the meeting.  Many are not provided.

Tickets:

$35.00 Member
$30.00 Earlybird rate before April 4

$40.00 Non-Members/Guest
$35.00 Earlybird rate before April 4

$300.00 10 Person Coupon Purchase. If the table has fewer than 10 people attending then no refunds or reassign to future meetings for the empty seats. A coupon code will be sent to you for distribution to all to use for individual registration.