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Community Outreach Meeting 1. Project Management Institute Western Idaho Chapter www.pmiwic.org. Purpose of Meeting. Discuss purpose of PMIWIC Community Outreach Program Define NFP / PMIWIC roles & expectations

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Community outreach meeting 1

Community OutreachMeeting 1

Project Management Institute Western Idaho Chapter

www.pmiwic.org


Purpose of meeting

Purpose of Meeting

  • Discuss purpose of PMIWIC Community Outreach Program

  • Define NFP / PMIWIC roles & expectations

  • Review Project Management Nonprofit Outreach Program (PMNOP) Rules of Engagement process


Agenda

Agenda

  • What is PMI / PMIWIC? (5 min)

  • Why are we Here? (5 min)

  • What is a Project? (5 min)

  • “What’s in it for me?” (5 min)

  • NFP / PMIWIC Roles & Expectations (5 min)

  • What Do We Provide? (5 min)

  • Next Steps (15 min)

  • Questions & Answers (15 min)


What is pmi pmiwic

What is PMI / PMIWIC?

  • Project Management Institute (PMI)

    • One of the world's largest NFP professional membership associations

    • >500,000 members, 185 countries

    • Advance the project management profession

    • Standards and certifications, collaborative communities, research, professional development

  • Project Management Institute – Western Idaho Chapter (PMIWIC)

    • Local PMI chapter, >300 members

    • Advance the practice and profession of project management

    • Recognized local source of project management knowledge and expertise


Why are we here

Why are we Here?

  • Promote Project Management profession

  • Provide experience and expertise

  • Provide development opportunities

  • Assist local community

  • Successful project completion


What is a project

What is a Project?

  • Definition of a Project

    • Temporary endeavor to meet specific goals and objectives

    • Provides a unique product or service

    • Definitive end date, not ongoing or permanent initiative

  • Project Constraints

    • Scope

    • Time

    • Resources ($$ & people)


What s in it for me

“What’s in it for Me?”

  • NFP

    • Development opportunity

    • Project management knowledge and expertise

    • Training materials for future use

    • Successful, completed project

  • PMIWIC

    • Professional development opportunity

    • Community outreach opportunity


Nfp roles expectations

NFP Roles & Expectations

  • Sponsor and leadership support of project

  • Responsible & accountable for project work

  • Provide all project resources (staff & funding & leadership)

  • Perform and completes all project work & “homework”

  • Staff trained with project management skills

  • Receive training documentation for future use

  • Successful project completion


Pmiwic roles expectations

PMIWIC Roles & Expectations

  • Provide PMP certified or PMP certified equivalents facilitators / mentors

  • Provide training, expertise and guidance

  • Available for mentorship / coaching / advice throughout project & post-project

  • Provide project management support as needed throughout project


What do we provide

What Do We Provide?

  • Staff Training

    • Minimum 8 hours of formal instruction

    • PMP Certified or PMP certified equivalent facilitators

  • Training Materials

    • Training manuals and presentations provided

    • Can be used for internal training of future staff

  • Mentoring

    • Minimum 10 hours

    • PMP certified or PMP certified equivalent

    • Advice / guidance throughout project duration


Next steps

Next Steps

  • NFP

    • Complete & submit PMNOP

  • PMIWIC Community Outreach Team

    • Review submitted PMNOPs

    • Make final selection of initial nonprofit

    • Provide selection results to all nonprofits

    • Schedule & set-up next meeting

  • Post PMNOP Selection

    • Finalize PMNOP with selected nonprofit

    • Schedule & set-up next meeting


Questions answers

Questions & Answers


Www pmiwic org

www.pmiwic.org


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