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  1. December Holiday and Annual Business Meeting

  2. Welcome Guests and Future Members!

  3. President – Alan Sutton, PMP Chapter Secretary – Joe Hashemi, PMP VP - Certification/Education -- Ranzy Gammal VP - Membership – Steve Battalio, PMP VP - Operations – Nancy Marsh, PMP VP - Communications – Jennifer Plank, PMP VP - Treasury – Eric Sivertsen, PMP VP - Publicity and Marketing – Chuck Williams VP - Special Projects – Steve Waddell, PMP VP - Programs – Tim Barry, PMP Director at Large– Ron Davenport 2004 Board of Directors

  4. HamptonRoads PMI ChapterAdvisory Panel Janet Burns Mission The Hampton Roads Advisory Panel is the connection between PMI and companies and organizations located in the chapter’s geographic area. The mission of the panel is to ensure that PMI is aware of and responsive to the project management needs of the organizations we serve, and that they are aware of the project management profession, its benefits and accepted practices.

  5. Hampton Roads PMI ChapterAdvisory Panel • Bob Granata -Program Manager, CVN 70 Overhaul, • Northrop Grumman Newport News • Leni Kaufman -VP and CIO, • Northrop Grumman Newport News • Al Moore -Virginia Managing Director, • Keane, Inc. • Suzette Martinez Valentine -Director of Project Management, AMERIGROUP Corporation

  6. 2004 in Review

  7. Finance Summary Eric Sivertsen • Treasury • Budget Estimates drafted by 2004 Board for their respective function, will be approved by incoming Board for execution in 2005. • Incorporation paperwork and tax requirements current and up-to-date.

  8. Dinner Meeting Programs Tim Barry • Goal: Provide professional value • Dinner meeting programs that • Deliver educational content • Describe relevant experiences • Cover a broad range of topics and domains • Provide networking opportunities • Average Attendance: 45 (37 in 2003)

  9. 2004 Dinner Meetings • Feb’ 2004 – Dr. Ed Marits – Negotiation and Conflict Utilization for Project Managers • Mar’ 2004 – Dr. Gregory T. Haugan – The Power of the WBS • Apr’ 2004 – Paul Lombard– Project Quality - Building Bridges • May’ 2004 – Dr. Maureen Flanagan - Project Team Communication • Jun’ 2004 – Mike Boisseau– Critical Chain Project Management • Sept’ 2004 - Paul Flanagan - Avoiding a "Successful" Project Failure • Oct’ 2004 – Becky Reed and Steve Waddell– Risk Process Revitalization • Nov’ 2004 – Jim Finch– Managing a Large Construction Project: The Hampton Roads Convention Center

  10. Membership Steve Battalio • 1. All dates based on October 31 of respective year. • Member growth in 2003 of 50 members = 23% growth • Member growth in 2004 of 69 members = 25% growth

  11. Communications Jennifer Plank • Sale of books and cards • Booths at seminars/symposiums • Participation in INCOSE planning sessions • Purchase of PMI Promotional materials • New Website!

  12. Chapter Website

  13. Operations Nancy Marsh • Permanent Badges with PMIHR logo introduced • Average attendance at meetings increased requiring a new location to accommodate additional attendees. • Points Plaza Conference and Suites chosen for new location. Just a couple miles from former Peninsula location.

  14. Special Projects Steve Waddell • Fall Symposium on IT Project Planning • Dream IT, Visualize IT, Live IT

  15. Education & Certification Ranzy Gammal • R.E.P. Status • Semi-annual PMP Exam Prep Classes • Two days; intensely focused on achieving certification • Best Value in Region 5 • 37 Participants in 2004 • 100% Success Rate on PMP Exam • 35% of new 2004 Chapter PMPs attended Prep Class • High Satisfaction Response • Volunteer PMP Instructors • Education & Certification - Next Steps • Spring and Fall PMP Exam Prep Classes • Quality Seminar March 18-19

  16. Recent PMPs 90 PMPs Total – 40 New PMPs in 2004!

  17. Quality in Projects • A two day course presented by the Hampton Roads Chapter of PMI • Presents a basic model for managing project quality, including quality planning, quality assurance, quality control, and continual improvement • Intended for both new and experienced project managers and members of project teams. Friday March 18 and Saturday March 19 $125.00 per attendee by February 19th

  18. Plans for 2005

  19. Vision The PMI Hampton Roads Chapter will be recognized as a dynamic organization of Professional Project Managers dedicated to serving the business and educational community of Hampton Roads through the advancement of Project Management.

  20. Goals for 2005 Strategic Objective #1 - Advance the mission and objectives of the Project Management Institute 2005 Goal: Participate in Region 18 Leadership Retreat Activities Strategic Objective #2 - Develop a growing and committed membership of local Professional Project Managers. 2005 Goal: Expand the use of committees and volunteers Strategic Objective #3 – Create and deliver an educational program that strengthens local Professional Project Manager's skills 2005 Goal: Continue the PMP Preparation Classes in 2005. 2005 Goal: Hold seminars that are relevant to project management needs in Hampton Roads.

  21. Goals for 2005 Strategic Objective #4 – Enhance Project Management Professionalism by providing quality programs based on regional Project Management needs. 2005 Goal: Continue to provide quality monthly programs. Strategic Strategic Objective #5 – Promote Professional Project Management principles and techniques with local businesses, universities and professional associations. 2005 Goal: Promote involvement of members companies’ decision makers in our chapter via the Chapter Advisory Panel. 2005 Goal: Expand support and involvement with community organizations, local businesses and educational institutions (secondary and post-secondary) 2005 Goal: Increase cooperation with other PMI chapters and the Region 2005 Goal: Partner with other professional organizations, such as INCOSE, AITP, SAME, etc.

  22. Annual Business Meeting

  23. President -- Alan Sutton, PMP Chapter Secretary – Jim Smail VP - Certification/Education – Maria (Mavi) Destefanis, PMP VP - Membership – Steve Battalio, PMP VP - Operations -- Nancy Marsh, PMP VP - Communications -- Jennifer Plank, PMP VP - Treasury -- Eric Sivertsen, PMP VP – Publicity and Marketing – Bob Finley, PMP VP - Special Projects -- Steve Waddell, PMP VP - Programs – Mike Alexander Director at Large – Ranzy Gammal Director at Large– Sylvio Canu 2005 Board Nomination Slate

  24. Departing 2004 Board Members Chapter Secretary – Joe Hashemi VP – Publicity and Marketing – Chuck Williams VP - Programs -- Tim Barry, PMP Director at Large – Ron Davenport

  25. Happy Holidays!