Leadership Development Opportunities
Building Relationships With Sponsors: Webinar and Collaborative Discussion
There are just two webinars remaining in the Leadership Institute Meeting (LIM) – Webinar Series. Register today to increase your knowledge and skills to support your chapter. Registration includes access to session recordings, on-demand only sessions and the opportunity to collaborate using the new Chapter Collaboration Platform.
Is Your Chapter Ready for a Digital Transformation?
Explore ways to transform chapter management using a "User Experience Map" and other digital transformation tools to prepare chapter boards and volunteers for the future of service delivery and support. Log in at PMI.org/PMILearn and search “Audio Recording” to access.
Take Your Career to the Next Level with Projectified™ with PMI podcast
Hear fresh perspectives from leading professionals on emerging trends that are impacting projects. Tune in and subscribe to be at the forefront of the project management profession. Listen today!
Need to Know
1 September 2020 Deadline for Chapter Dues Change
If your chapter is interested in changing member dues, the changes must be submitted to the chapter development team by 1 September 2020 in order for the new dues changes to take effect on 1 January 2021.
Welcoming DA Members to PMI
As of 6 July, we have retired Disciplined Agile membership. Instead, we have offered DA members the opportunity to migrate their membership over to PMI. If you have any questions, please contact your Chapter Partner.
Clarifying Requirements: Chapters & ATP Program
To avoid conflicts of interest, we’ve added two new items to the requirements for chapters that want to become an ATP. One is that chapter board members or any chapter decision maker cannot be an ATP instructor or ATP owner, and ATP instructors and ATP owners cannot serve as a chapter leader or chapter decision maker while they are still an ATP instructor or ATP owner. Updated chapter language can be found on page 6 of the ATP Program and Pricing Details. Visit the Chapter and R.E.P. Update Center to learn more.
PMI Board Election
Members in good standing have until 3 August to vote for four vacancies on the 2021–2023 Board of Directors. Check your email for your personalized electronic ballot. Make your voice heard. Learn more.
Get a Sneak Peak at Your TED@PMI Speakers!
These visionaries from our community are turning big ideas into a better reality. Learn more about the speakers and what to expect from the TED@PMI virtual event.
Become a Speaker
Do You Have a Great Idea for a Presentation? Consider submitting it and be a part of our inaugural Virtual Experience Series. Learn more.
Virtual Experience Series
Registration for our Virtual Experience Series is now open! Join us for a groundbreaking new series of virtual experiences for you and your chapter members to continue professional development. Register today.
Big News About DA!
For chapters looking to become an Authorized Training Partner—we’re adding DA exam prep courses to the program starting August! We’re still figuring out a lot of the details and logistics, but we are incredibly excited to offer this new training track so you can diversify your practice. We’ll keep you updated every step of the way, but read the updated Program Pricing and Details PDF to learn more.
The Africa Conference
Virtual Africa Conference 2020
The Africa Conference 2020 turns into an engaging virtual experience for all the project management community in Africa and beyond, to protect your safety and still offer a PMI quality level event. Join the Virtual Africa Conference on 6 September. Learn more.
PMI Educational Foundation
PMIEF: Chapters Support Social Good Around the World
The PMI Educational Foundation is proud to support global initiatives that teach project management skills to youth to improve their future by Powering The Project Economy™. Read this article to learn how some chapter volunteers are making social good efforts happen around the world.
PMI in the News
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