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Participate in PMI online communities of practice to interact with project practitioners around the world who share your interest in a specific industry or practice area. Use the online platform to share with, learn from and collaborate with your peers through webinars, wikis, blogs and more.

Have a specific project challenge? Post your question on the discussion boards or help other practitioners by sharing your experiences and successes.

To take advantage of this exclusive PMI member benefit:

  • Log in above to PMI.org using your username and password, and explore the current communities.
  • As you visit, subscribe to any or all communities that interest you.

Upcoming Webinars

PMI Community of Practice webinars are available exclusively to PMI members, and at no additional cost. Participants may claim 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) per one hour webinar.

IT & Telecom Community of Practice Webinar - Book Review –- 20 June
PMI IT & Telecom Community of Practice

In this webinar, five reviewers will talk about the book The Keys to Our Success by David Barrett and will take questions from the community to further explore the themes of the book. Learn More and Register.

Surprise Session with the OPM Gurus Beverly and Nigel – 24 June
PMI Organizational Project Management Community of Practice

This presentation is an extension of the June 2012 master class in project management maturity. Beverley Pasian BA (Hons), M.A. (ODE), DPM has worked in the project management community as both a practitioner and researcher for almost 20 years in both the public and private sectors. Dr. Nigel L. Williams, before joining the University or Bedfordshire, worked for 15 years as a project manager and business consultant for manufacturing organizations in the Caribbean region. Learn More and Register.

Is Your Project Ethical? – 25 June
PMI Ethics in Project Management Community of Practice

This presentation will highlight how to determine whether a project is ethically questionable, how to handle a morally questionable project, and inspirational examples. Learn More and Register.

Utilizing EVM to Combat Corruption in ID Organizations – 26 June
PMI International Development Community of Practice

This presentation will examine the corruption issues many international development organizations face and the appropriate EVM tools that can be employed within the context of development programs. It will include scenarios in which these tools are utilized to ensure better accountability of project team members while also ensuring funds are not being misused. Learn More and Register.

Five Practical Strategies for Big Data Projects – 26 June
PMI IT & Telecom Community of Practice

In this webinar, presenter, Chandra Papudesu, will present five practical strategies that will ensure success of Big Data projects. Based on his real world experience in delivering Big Data projects for multiple clients, he will discuss how project and program managers can implement these strategies in planning, executing, and successfully completing their projects. Learn More and Register.

Integrating Value Engineering and Project Management – 26 June
PMI Requirements Management Community of Practice

This presentation will discuss the integration of value engineering and project management to increase understanding and improve project delivery. It will focus on business strategies for competing firms, traditional project management versus other management techniques as well as  building a project value engineering integration model. Learn More and Register.

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