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New Year's Resolutions
Written by Hans Jonasson
This year I promise to do what I know should be done. Which is what I tell other people to do when I teach project managements classes.
I will seek to understand the need of the customer before I define the product. Even when it appears that the customer is clueless.
I will identify relevant secondary stakeholders and identify their needs. I will assist in identifying and resolving conflicting requirements.
I will understand the work that needs to...
Individuality Matters On Diverse Teams - Why Project Managers May Need To Leave Their Pre-Conceived Ideas At The Door by Kathleen Booker
Imagine that you are a project manager holding the kick-off meeting for a new software deployment that is being rolled out to multiple distribution facilities.
You look around, scanning the groups on the conferencing monitors and in the room, taking note of the generations and functional areas represented. You nod your head in approval that you have built a...
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Registration, Networking, Toys for Tots Donation, Cash Bar
Dinner and Chapter Business
Introduction of new Board Members & PM of the Year Awards
Keynote Speaker (1 PDU, Strategic)
Elizabeth Huy is the Senior Manager for Business Development for the Florida Space Coast Economic Development Commission. She administers the Business Retention and Expansion Program to an organization responsible for a $2 million budget within a 1,557 square mile area that is the Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville MSA.
Ms. Huy is the staff chair for the Industry Council, the Innovation Council and the newly formed Regional Manufacturing Association of Florida’s Space Coast (MASC). She also serves as the EDC representative on the Melbourne Economic Enhancement District Committee (MEED) and Cocoa Brownsfield Advisory Board. Elizabeth is the current Secretary for the weVENTURE Advisory Board at Florida Institute of Technology. Additionally, she is a sustaining member of the Junior League of South Brevard, Inc.