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PMO Roundtable - (1) State of the PMO and (2) What’s in your BOK [Body of Knowledge, Base of Knowledge]?

June 25, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98188

PSPMI PMO Roundtable

Event Date: Monday, November 27, 2017
Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Seattle Municipal Tower

40th Floor, Room 4050/4060

700 5th Avenue

Seattle, WA  98104


Parking is conveniently located in the building. Entrance at the back of the building  $5 after 5pm

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Registration:  The event is free, but you must RSVP. Space is limited to 55 attendees.
Registration closes on the date of the event or when full.
More information:  Contact Jay Bakst @ pmor@pugetsoundpmi.org or call 253.709.2850.
NOTE: If you signed up and later found out that you couldn't attend, please send Jay an email so that he can allow people in the waiting list to attend
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Moderator: Jay Bakst

Presentation Abstract:

It has become our tradition to decide the topic for our final June meeting late in the season. We’ve done a wide variety of topics in the past, including more than one topic for the meeting. So, here’s a bit more on the two topics we’ve chosen for this last meeting of the 2017-2018 season:

  1. State of the PMO – Every year or two, several PM-related sources publish "State of the PMO"-like documents. We’ll review and discuss the most recent ones, AND discuss learnings and observations from past meeting notes. If you find any sources of info about the overall status of PMOs, please send a copy to pmorseattle@gmail.com.

  2. What’s in Your BOK [Body of Knowledge]? – This is the experimental part of the June agenda! What’s in your Body of Knowledge? Every PM has a set of books, websites, consultants/vendors, like-minded PMs, and blogs that they turn to when PM questions arise. Which sources most influenced the way you think about your PMO? Also, which sources had the most impact on a specific Project or on your overall PM thinking? We’d like to hear your suggestions, and we’ll review past year’s recommendations as well! Please send any info about your sources, prior to the meeting, to pmorseattle@gmail.com . We'll add those to the BOK we’ve already accumulated from past meetings.

Meeting Format:
This season, the PMO Roundtable (PMOR) will offer nine monthly meetings covering all the most critical topics that affect the PMO ranging from PMO startup to Portfolio and Resource Management to best practices for methodology, tools, templates, dashboards and metrics.


$0.00 Member General Admission

$0.00 Non-member General Admission