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CPM Washington DC CHAPTER Meeting

Posted by Jason Kinder on Thursday, December 17, 2020

Follow along as I live blog this month's College of Performance Management's Washington, DC chapter meeting:  "What's in Your Pocket - A Schedule with Garrett Harley"

Register for this complimentary event here.

- Great networking, presentation and follow-up dialogue at today's CPM WDC meeting. Mark your calendars to join January's meeting and follow us on social media and our blog.  Thanks Garrett for the great information!

- Check out the book Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy.

- I'm really enjoying the evolution of scheduling specialization that Garrett is speaking about.  

- We will be using #cpmwdc to you can quickly find posts.

Next meeting January 14th, 2021 with TWO PDUs available.

- All the way from Australia - welcome Claude Lecomte.  

- Networking has started.  Great to see Brian and Amy from Steelray!  

Topics: Aerospace & Defense, Earned Value Management (EVM), Integrated Program Management (IPM), Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Government & Public Sector, Enterprise Project Management (EPM)

Jason Kinder

By Jason Kinder

Jason joined Pinnacle in November 2020. His experience includes Earned Value Management, project controls, project management, business process improvement, software implementation, training, and project/engagement management. He has been instrumental in establishing a centralized Program Management Office to provide program training, certification, and mentoring. Jason has briefed executives on project status, risks, and customer status across the US, as well as the UK and Russia. Mr. Kinder is a frequent speaker at the IPM Workshop, EVM World, and numerous project management software vendor conferences. He is also an active participant with the NDIA Integrated Program Management Division (IPMD) and the Planning and Scheduling Working Group.

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