Troy EdelenSan Francisco Bay Area Chapter - March 24, 2020
Troy is the CEO and Founder of Aspiri Consulting, Inc. in San Francisco.
Topics: Change Management,Risk Management,Stakeholder Management
Even in the most turbulent of times, projects meant to deliver meaningful results for the business, its employees, and its customers must stay on track. Turbulence can come in many forms. The coronavirus pandemic has completely and rapidly changed how we operate.
Seemingly overnight, business...
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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PMI SPACE COAST CHAPTER MEMBERS:
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This 1 hour webinar is presented by Nimisha Nyas, President of PMI Space Coast Florida Chapter. During this interactive session, Nimisha will discuss Disciplined Agile (DA) as a process-decision toolkit that provides straightforward guidance to help people, teams, and organizations streamline their processes in a context-sensitive manner. In this session, you will learn how DA provides a solid foundation for business agility by showing how the various activities such as Solution Delivery (software development), IT Operations, Enterprise Architecture, Portfolio Management, Security, Finance, Procurement and many others work together. You will also learn how DA describes what these activities should address, the range of options for doing so, and the trade-offs associated with each option.
At the end of this session, you will have received an introduction to Disciplined Agile toolkit. You will understand how this toolkit can help you streamline processes and improve business agility. You will be able to describe how various activities work together, the goal for these activities, options available to you, and trade-offs that enable you to make better, more informed decisions.
President PMI Space Coast is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Disciplined Agile Delivery-An Introduction
Time: Apr 2, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Result driven certified Capture/Program Manager & System Engineer. (DoD Clearance).
Business Development/Growth, Strategic Alliance/Planning, Organizational/Change Mgmt
International/Global Intelligence, Culture & Emotional Intelligence , Situational Leadership/Teamwork/Trust, System-of-Systems Architectures, Product/Prototype/Concept Design, Data Analysis/Requirement Writing, Customer/Stakeholder Relationships, System Risk/Integration & Test, Internal/External Collaboration/Reporting
Led business development & proposal for NTC-OIS, NASMP F-18 Navy DMT & NATO efforts. $1M
Led as technical manager on horizontal and vertical integration of C4ISR (JSTARS, Rivet Joint & AWACS $1.5M), Fighters (F-15, F16, and A-10) &Bombers (B-1, B2 and B52 $10M) legacy simulators into DMO, KG-175 encryptor trade-study ($500K), DISN/DREN/SDREN Network evaluation ($200K), distributed Brief/Debrief Video teleconferencing (VTC) $1.5M, Portal integration & testing $2M, AFRL/DMOC/DMON Integration, JWARN Security Trade Study, Multi-Level Security (MLS) $1.5M & participated in OneTESS Proposal. PM on Navy Aviation Simulation Master Plan (NASMP) $1M.
Designed implemented, maintained, & supervised Network Operation Center (NOC) & internal computing systems for NASA Mission Control Center, Range Operation Center & Distributive Mission Operations (DMO).
Applied COTS solution to legacy DOD Satellite & Mobile Communication systems. Provided interoperability solution by system engineering the use of new technology for LOS, BLOS, NLOS, broadband and narrowband for integration with Joint Surveillance Attack & Targeting Radar System (JSTARS). $10M
Integrated F16 PCIDM & Global-Hawk CDL $6M
Led, designed, implemented, integrated, tested & modified 22 real-time software applications, which consisted of inter-node/process & intra-process for NASA Mission & RSA Operations Control Center. $1B
Participated in proposal - Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) $1B
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