Date: Tuesday, October 6, 2020 | 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Speaker: Marie Spark, MBA, PMP
The world of project management has expanded at a rapid pace, but now, in the midst of the pandemic and all the change it brings, we need to rethink our careers and take charge of branding ourselves to be successful in the future.
In this interactive online discussion with Marie Spark, MBA PMP®, a project management thought leader and mentor to adult learners and professionals in transition, you will explore tools, resources, and most importantly an understanding of the required mindset to handle the changes coming your way.
Learn what you need to survive and thrive amid new technologies, business disruption, the explosion of Agile techniques, and the increase in virtual collaboration. It all provides opportunities as well as challenges for both newcomers to the project management profession and experienced PM leaders.
Marie Spark, M.B.A., PMP®
Director of the Project Management Graduate Program at Golden Gate University
Registration (virtual access details to be distributed upon registration)
Meeting Leader: Contact Rich Condon, PMP, PMI-ACP
The Silicon Valley Project
Thought leadership for project management professionals
The Silicon Valley Project provides monthly virtual forums to expand our understanding of the evolving field of project management. A supportive network of seasoned practitioners and aspiring professionals, we share best practices and new ideas. We are a collaboration between PMI Silicon Valley Chapter and UCSC Silicon Valley Extension, organizations that provide exceptional opportunities for professional instruction, professional development units, and, in some cases accredited University of California credits.
|Event End Date||10-06-2020|
|Registration Start Date||09-19-2020|
|Individual Price||US$ 5.00|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||1.0|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1.0|
|PMI Event Number||Event code to be shared at the end of presentation|
Marie Spark, MBA, PMP®, director of the project management graduate program at Golden Gate University in San Francisco and instructor, is an active leader for the San Francisco chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI San Francisco). She came to academics following a career in project and quality management in banking, technology, and nonprofits. Her passion is to empower adult learners to their careers.