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Southern New England Chapter of PMI

Changes in PMBOK 6th edition - Farmington CT - February 2020

Changes in PMBOK 6th edition - Farmington CT - February 2020

UConn Health Center
Munson Road Offices
16 Munson Road
Farmington, CT 06032 (click here for directions)

1/2 Day Course: Saturday February 15, 2020

Agenda:
7:30 - 8:00am Registration and Networking
8:00 - 12:00pm Changes in PMBOK 6th Edition

Costs: Pre-Reg Walk-In
SNEC Members * $149 N/A
Non-SNEC Members ** $175 N/A

* Note: SNEC Members must LOGIN to website prior to registering to obtain their $200 discount

Registration closes:
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at Midnight

** If you belong to another PMI chapter, and are in good standing, you may pay the member price. Please contact the PM of the class for the discount code.

Standard PMI membership is currently $139 with SNEC chapter membership cost at $25 for a total of $164. Join today at www.pmi.org. Note: If you are a new SNEC member, please allow 2-3 business days for PMI to process your membership and notify the PM of your eligibility for member discount.

 

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The PM for this event is:
Sundar Varadarajan, Continuing Education Member at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SNEC is pleased to offer a course on Changes in PMBOK 6th edition in UConn Health Farmington ,CT

This ½ day course is scheduled on Saturday from February 15, 2020 from 8AM until 12 noon at UConn Health, 16 Munson Road, Room P4002, Farmington, CT 06030. Networking and Check-In will begin at 7.30 A.m. In the event of weather cancellations, the class will be rescheduled at later point of time.

The Sixth Edition is not your father’s PMBOK

The Sixth Edition of the PMBOK has 167 more pages than the fifth edition.  If it were a car, we would sell it as bigger and better.  But what’s different between the fifth and sixth editions of the PMBOK?

The 5th edition has 47 processes the 6th edition has 49 processes but one of the fifth edition processes was dropped and three new ones were added.  Also, some processes formerly presented in one chapter have been moved to another chapter in the 6th edition.  These are just statistics – what’s really new & different are the first three chapters and the organization of each of the remaining chapters.

The first three chapters are significantly different:

5th Edition

6th Edition

1 - Introduction

1 - Introduction

2 – Organizational Influences and Project Life Cycle

2 – The Environment within Which Projects Operate

3 – Project Management Processes

3 – The Role of the Project Manager

4 – Project Integration Management

4 – Project Integration Management
Has a new process called:
Manage Project Knowledge

5 – Project Scope Management

5 – Project Scope Management

6 – Project Time Management
6.4 Estimate Activity Resources moved to Chapter 9 Resource Management

6 – Project Schedule Management

7 – Project Cost Management

7 – Project Cost Management

8 - Project Quality Management

8 - Project Quality Management
8.2 Perform Quality Assurance changed to
8.2 Manage Quality

9 - Project Human Resource Management
9.1 Plan Human Resource Management
9.2 Acquire Project Team
9.3 Develop Project Team
9.4 Manage Project Team

9 - Project Human Resource Management
9.1 Plan Resource Management
9.2 Estimate Activity Resources
9.3 Acquire Resources
9.4 Develop Team
9.4 Manage Team
9.5 Control Resources

10 – Project Communications Management
10.3 Control Communications

10 – Project Communications Management
10.3 Monitor Communications

11 – Project Risk Management
11.6 Control Risks

11 – Project Risk Management
11.6 Implement Risk Responses
11.7 Monitor Risks

12 – Project Procurement Management
12.4 Close Procurements

12 – Project Procurement Management
12.4 Control Procurements eliminated

13 – Project Stakeholder Management

13 – Project Stakeholder Management

Appendix X 3 Interpersonal Skills

Appendix X 3 Agile, Iterative and Hybrid Project Environments

 

Appendix X4 Summary of Key Concepts for Knowledge Areas

 

Appendix X5 Summary of Tailoring Considerations for Knowledge Areas

 

Appendix X6 Tools and Techniques

 

Both editions have the same number of chapters, but the content is key.

In the 6th Edition, at the start each chapter from Integration Management through Stakeholder Management are four new sections:

  1. Key Concepts for the knowledge area
  2. Trends & Emerging Practices in each area based on recent developments
  3. Tailoring Considerations - in recognition of the uniqueness of each project context
  4. Considerations for Agile/Adaptive Environments

Come and see what these new sections offer for experienced project managers.

Note: ***This class will also cover the overview of Agile Practice Guide that was bundled with the latest PMBOK***

 

Talent Triangle

PDU Info: You will need to record and self-report your PDU's for this activity. Following the guidelines of the new CCR program and the PMI Talent Triangle®, the PDU's for this course can be applied as follows:

4.0 PDU Technical (PMP, PgMP, ACP)

 

Instructor: Joe Ursone PMP, MCP, CSM, SPC
joe ursone3Joe is a consulting manager at BlumShapiro Business Advisory Services  with over 35 years of project & program management experience in Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing, Non-profit Organizations and Government Entities.  He has been an Adjunct Professor for Project Management at the University of New Haven and Western New England University.

Joe has been a PMP Exam Preparation Instructor for SNEC-PMI since 2009, has lectured at the New England School of Banking at Williams College and presented at SNEC-PMI conferences and chapter meetings.

He holds a Master Certificate in Project Management; George Washington University, is a Microsoft Certified Professional for MS Project & MS Project Server and is also a Certified Scrum Master and SAFe Program Consultant.

He is a former Board Officer for the CT Down Syndrome Congress and former Board Member on The New England School of Banking at Williams College.

 

 

REGISTRATION POLICY

Please register online to ensure an accurate count and reserve a spot at this event. Seating is limited, and no walk-ins will be allowed.

CANCELLATION POLICY

If the event is cancelled by SNEC-PMI and is not being rescheduled, the pre-registered participants will be notified via an email broadcast and a full refund will be processed. If the event is rescheduled and the pre-registered participant cannot attend the new date, SNEC-PMI will process a full refund.

For any individual cancellations, please notify the PM of the event. Any user requested cancellation prior to registration ending, will be refunded the amount paid, minus a 10% cancellation fee. SNEC-PMI does not provide refunds for any user requested cancellations after the registration deadline or for No-Shows.

WEATHER-RELATED CANCELLATION POLICY

In the event that inclement weather is forecast for the time of the event, a cancellation decision will be made prior to the scheduled event.

If the meeting is cancelled, registered participants will be notified of the cancellation via an email broadcast. We will also endeavor to get meeting cancellation notices broadcast by local media. Notification of the re-scheduled event or refund will also be communicated via an email broadcast.

If a decision is made to hold the meeting, our normal cancellation policy (above) will be in effect, i.e. there will be a 10% cancellation fee for any individual cancellation requests prior to the registration deadline. We do not refund any individual requests after the registration deadline or for no-shows.

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Event Properties

Event Date 02-15-2020 7:30 AM
Event End Date 02-15-2020 12:00 PM
Registration Closes 02-12-2020 11:55 PM
Individual Price $149 for SNEC members / $175 for non-SNEC members
No. of Technical PDUs 4
Location UConn Health Center
We are no longer accepting registration for this event