Project Management Institute
® Delaware Valley Chapter
Building professionalism in project management.™
Project Management Tools Conference 2009
The Delaware Valley Chapter of
the Project Management Institute
November 7, 2009
Clarion Park Ridge
Project Management Tools Conference 2009
The Delaware Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute welcomes you to a tour of the
latest tools and approaches for project management.
The Chapter is an advocate for project management excellence and the profession promoting
lifelong learning in the field.
The Delaware Valley Chapter supports the largest community of project management
practitioners, trainers, organizations, consultants, and educators in our region.
Enjoy the Conference! We look forward to meeting you and hearing your feedback.
Daniel P. Bharadwaj, MBA, PMP Steven E. Young, PMP
Chapter Board Sponsor Conference Chairperson
For more information visit the PMI-DVC web site at pmi-dvc.org
Page 3 / Schedule
4 / Conference Floor Layout
5 / Lead Sponsor—Keller Graduate School of Management
6 – 8 / Speakers
Program 6 / Andy Crowe
7 / Lisa DiTullio
8 / Lois Zells
9 – 16 / Panel Discussions & Breakout Sessions
Contents 9 / Social Media
10 / Agile Project Management & SCRUM
11 / Ten Ways My Hobby Made me a Better Project Manager
11 / Using Mind Maps to Prepare for the PMP Exam
12 / IP System 3 – Web Based Resource Management & Primavera
13 / CV Projects – Lessons Learned
14 / Program Management Tied to Project Stage Gate Processes
14 / An Introduction to SharePoint & Project Management
15 / Best Practices & PMBoK Updates
15 / PMBoK Guide, Standards, & More
16 / Project Widgets – MS Project 2010
17 – 18 / Seminar Day Training Partners
17 / Global Knowledge
18 / Penn State University
2 19 / PMI Delaware Valley Chapter
19 / PDU Information
8:00 AM Registration Today’s conference
includes three speakers,
8:30 Andy Crowe three breakout sessions and
Alpha Project Manager lunch.
Keynote Speaker Each speaker will present in
Main Ballroom the Valley Forge Ballroom
for all conference
9:30 Break attendees.
Attendees should select
three of the breakout
Breakout Session 1 presentations to attend,
each is approximately 60
minutes and presented fully
at every session time slot.
Attendees may select any
11:00 Seating is on a first come,
Breakout Session 2 first serve basis.
We ask that you minimize
moving between vendors
12:00 Noon Lunch while presentations are in
Main Ballroom progress.
Lisa DiTullio Lunch: At Noon, please
Lessons Learned: return to the main ballroom
We Won’t Be Fooled Again promptly so that the
program can continue.
1:45 Social Media Discussion
Breakout Session 3 Conducted only during
Breakout Session 1
2:45 Break Agile/SCRUM Discussion
Conducted only during
3:00 Lois Zells Breakout Session 2
Pitfalls of Iterative Development
4:00 PM Conference Concludes
IP System 3: Speakers
SharePoint & CV Projects:
Web Based Resource Valley Forge
Project Mgmt. Lessons Learned
Mgmt & Primavera Phones
9 5 3 1 Elevators
8 7 6 4 2 Independence
Ballroom II & III
My Hobby &
MS Project & Mind Mapping &
Preview of 2010 PMP Exam
Better Proj. Mgr.
9:45AM Social Media
Best Practices & Prog. Mgmt Tied to
PMBoK Updates Project Stage Gate
Thank You to Associated Printing & Graphics for always meeting our printing and production
needs — www.associatedprint.com
Thank You to Kronco.com for always creating great logo items for the conference from padfolios
and water bottles to shirts and duffle bags.
We Won’t Be Fooled Again
Measuring project success goes beyond hitting project end dates. It requires an honest
post-mortem on the project portfolio as a whole. Assessing portfolio results allows
organizations to identify what went well and what missed the mark. If done correctly,
Lessons Learned prevents organizations from repeating the same mistakes over and
over again. In this session, you'll learn process tips on how to effectively conduct a
retrospective review, so you will never be fooled again.
The two key areas of focus to be successful include answering a set of questions:
1. Did we launch the "right" set of projects? Did the project best support our goals? Did
we meet our business outcomes? How does this information help inform us for next
2. Did we manage projects "right"? Did we manage each project successfully? Did
projects end on time? Can we improve in our project management practices to
manage project more efficiently?
About Lisa DiTullio
Lisa's a leading force in project and business management. She is the principal of Lisa
DiTullio & Associates, LLC, a practice dedicated to introducing project management as
a business competency, enabling organization to improve decision-making, instill
accountability and enhance communications. She is the editor of ProjectBestPractices,
a quarterly newsletter from ProjectWorld, a regular blogger for the Silicon ValleyPM and
ProjectConnections sites, and a contributor to PM Network Magazine. She's also the
author of Simple Solutions: How "Enterprise Project Management" Supported Harvard
Pilgrim Health Care's Journey from Near Collapse to #1. Her second book, Project Team
Dynamics: Increased Speed, Enhanced Performance is due out early next year.
Lisa is a recognized international speaker and trainer in her field. Scores of organizations
— from college campuses to governmental agencies to Fortune 100 companies have
gained from Lisa's insights and tell-it-like-it-is keynotes and programs. Audience members
and workshop participants leave educated, engaged, and energized — armed with
actionable practices for immediate success.
As past director of the project management office (PMO) at Boston-based Harvard
Pilgrim Health Care, Lisa was a core member of the turnaround team for an
organization that went from being placed in State-supervised receivership to being the
#1 Health Plan in America on the U.S. News & World Report/ NCQA America's Best
Health Plans four years in a row.
15 Lily Pond Lane I Cohasset, Massachusetts 02025
Tel: (617) 842-8037 I Fax: (339) 200-3003
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Pitfalls of RAD, Agile/XP, and Other
Forms of Iterative Development
Planning, defining, and building systems is always a challenging undertaking.
Lois leverages her broad experience to discuss the many pitfalls of iterative
development approaches and discusses…
♦ Best Practices in iterative development and project management
♦ Major contributors to iterative project failure and how to avoid them
♦ Is pure iterative the way to go?
About Lois Zells
Lois Zells is an international author, lecturer, and business consultant, specializing
in software engineering consulting. She is the co-founder and past co-chair of
PMI’s IS SIG, a past co-chair of the PMI General SIG Council and a PMI Woman
of the Year (1993). Because of her widely-acknowledged expertise, it is not
unusual for her to be called upon to serve as an expert witness in software
project failure litigations.
Ms. Zells is the author of, and consultant in, a number of popular management
workshops on strategic planning, project management, total quality
management, strategic systems planning, process maturity assessments,
methodologies and techniques, business processes-engineering, and other
related topics. She also wrote the best seller, Managing Software Projects, and
has published many articles in the major periodicals of the industry. She is the
developer of the Total Quality Management seminar series "Software Excellence
Through Total Quality Management," and her most popular seminar series is the
totally-integrated, three-tier learning program on software engineering project
management called "Successful Projects: The Common Sense Approach."
Ms. Zells is a frequent consultant to several software tools vendors and has
worked with many major companies to improve their software engineering
processes and project environments and to enable them to consistently and
successfully complete high-quality projects.
She graduated summa cum laude in data processing management from the
University of Baltimore (Maryland, USA), and studied for her master’s degree in
computer sciences at Johns Hopkins University.
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Panel Discussions are only presented once.
This Panel will begin at 9:45 in the Independence Ball Room
across from the main Ball Room.
Join local and national thought leaders for a panel discussion about leveraging Social
Media as a communication and “connecting” tool for Project Managers. Hear how tools
such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn should have a place in our Project Management
toolkits and our careers.
Moderator: Rick Alcantara — www.tarapr.com (@jerseycoach)
Rick Alcantara is the award-winning founder and principal of Tara Communications LLC. He is an
expert in employee communications, strategic planning, research and online communications.
Rick has worked with organizations of all sizes across various industries, including: AstraZeneca,
Exelon Energy, CIGNA, Subaru of America, Washington Mutual, American Airlines, Public Relations
Society of America, Volunteers of America, Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters Society,
John Templeton Foundation, City of Woodbury and others.
He is a two-time national committee co-chair for PRSA, past president of the Philadelphia
Chapter of PRSA, and is involved in many other professional organizations.
Valeria Maltoni — www.conversationagent.com (@conversationage)
Valeria Maltoni is a professional marketer with 20 years of real-world corporate experience across
a broad array of mid-to-large sized companies, 10 of which online. Hands-on work at a Fortune
500 technology company, a technology start-up, in health care, chemical manufacturing, risk
management consulting, and the non-profit sector have provided her with a wealth of
experience and insights.
Now Valeria applies that knowledge to helping businesses understand how customers and
communities have changed marketing, public relations, and communications - and how to build
value in this new environment. She specializes in marketing communications, customer dialogue,
and brand management.
Beth Harte — www.theharteofmarketing.com (@bethharte)
Beth Harte is a marketer, blogger, speaker, communicator, thinker, connector (people & dots),
adjunct professor and Community Manager for MarketingProfs.
Beth started her marketing and communications career many moons ago when companies
barely had e-mail and websites. She experienced Web 1.0 first hand, which was followed by a
mad dash towards integrated marketing communications and SEO/SEM. Beth is actively
engaged in the social media conversation speaks at industry conferences and events about
marketing, public relations and social media. Beth is also an adjunct professor at Immaculata
Duncan Alney – www.firebellymarketing.com (@firebelly)
As President & Chief Social Media Strategist of Firebelly Marketing, Duncan Alney is focused on
configuring Internet marketing strategies to support overall branding objectives. He leads the
Firebelly “social media consulting team” to help clients build emotional relationships and build
value for both brands and their constituents. Duncan has worked in the brand communications
field for 17 years and has experience working in and collaborating with a variety of organizations
and industries. He holds degrees from Hanover College, USA and St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta,
India. When he’s not running Firebelly, Duncan is an avid traveler, chaser of food experiences,
photographer and film maker. His two short films have both taken top honors at the IMAX Really
Big Short Film Festival and been screened at the Indianapolis International Film Festival. He’s
completed 5 marathons and several triathlons. 9
Agile Project Management
Panel Discussions are only presented once.
This Panel will begin at 11:00AM in the Independence Ball Room across from the main Ball Room.
This discussion will focus on the adoption of Agile with Scrum within a corporate
environment. Three panelists will have ten minutes to discuss their Agile with Scrum
experience for a total of 30 minutes. This will be followed by a fifteen minute panel
discussion. The final fifteen minutes will be an open question and answer period.
Moderator: Richard S. Kornstedt, PMP, CSM
Mr. Kornstedt has been a member of PMI since 2005 and involved with the
Delaware Valley chapter ever since. He first volunteered and managed the PMP
Awareness event and simultaneously worked with the Tools Conference Team.
The 2009 Tools Conference will be the third Tools conference he has been
involved with. Richard is currently the Mid-Atlantic Regional Project Management
Lead at CA, an Enterprise Software provider. His highest priority initiative at CA is
evangelizing and adopting Agile Project Management with Scrum.
Cathy L Nanovic, PMP
Recently, Cathy filled the role of Senior Manager, Back Office Systems PMO at
Music Choice, a digital content publisher for the cable TV industry. Earlier this year
Music Choice undertook the conversion of their Engineering/IT development area
to Agile/Scrum. Basically new to Agile and Scrum, Cathy spent the last 6 months
in the trenches with the troops working out the details of implementation, tailoring
it to meet Music Choice's specific needs and coaching developers and
managers. She has 35 years experience in IT development and project
Daniel J. Gullo, PMP, CSM, CSP
Mr. Gullo has over twenty years of IT project management experience with more
than five years of experience managing and implementing Scrum for large scale
enterprises. A seasoned programmer and QA engineer, Daniel has dedicated the
majority of his career to continuous process improvement, delivery of quality
products and services, and overall customer satisfaction. He currently manages
the Enterprise Architecture Program at Project Management Institute (PMI).
Panelist: William F. Nazzaro, MSCS, CSM
Mr. Nazzaro has twenty years experience successfully delivering enterprise
software solutions for Fortune 100 companies. Bill has provided unparalleled
services in Agile SCRUM, XP, TDD, Iterative PM, and user stories. His down to earth
speaking style has brought him to numerous conferences where he has provided
in-depth discussions on Agility, Iterative PM, RUP and Requirements.
10 Ways My Hobby
Made me a Better Project Manager
Training dollars are among the first to be cut in economic hard times. That is espe-
cially true when the training covers the key ingredients to success as a project man-
ager: The "Soft Skills." However, with a slight shift in your mindset, you can pull your
own professional development of these key skills from the most unlikely places.
Randy’s hobby is being an official at sports car races. It is about as far from the
clean, air-conditioned offices we work in, but he still uncovered 10 solid reminders
to boost the soft skills of project management. In this presentation he will share
A project manager for 20+ years, Randy is currently employed in the DataSafe
product line of Fiserv, Inc. His experience includes a wide variety of industries – con-
sumer packaged goods, financial services, pharmaceutical – with some stops
along the way as an owner of a consulting firm, and serving as COO of a home ser-
vices start-up. He has presented at several PMI Congresses, and is a practitioner-
faculty member of the University of Phoenix Online. He holds the PMP certification
and is a Certified ScrumMaster and signatory of the Agile Manifesto. Within PMI, he
has worked on the original and second edition of the OPM3. He is a Registered
Corporate Coach from the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches.
Using Mind Maps to
Prepare for the PMP Exam
This session will present a different approach to preparing for the PMP exam. The
speaker will introduce the visual tool, mind mapping, explaining how to construct
maps, both manually and using one of the popular software tools. He will then walk
through how he used mind maps (and other visual tools) to prepare for the PMP
exam. Finally, Jim will show how mind mapping can be used to support various pro-
ject management activities, including Project Dashboards, Brainstorming, Presenta-
tions and general integration of various forms of information.
Jim Deiner has directed and managed projects for 20 years, with experience in
both IT and Research & Development. He has worked in the pharmaceutical, logis-
tics and financial services industries, and supported virtually every business func-
tion. Currently he is a project manager in early R&D for Centocor, Inc. Mr. Deiner
holds an MBA and BS Engineering from Cornell University. He is certified a Project
Management Professional, and a Six Sigma Green Belt.
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What Have We Really Learned From Lessons Learned?
Come to this revealing breakout session from CV Projects…
Many of us don't conduct lessons learned sessions, and when we do, the document
usually gets lost and others don't get to learn from your valuable experiences. Hear a
discussion about challenges we all face with lessons learned, and how we might do
better. Then see how you can easily organize lessons and other vital project
information, for ALL projects, with a knowledge and learning system - so you truly
learn from past lessons and experiences.
• A humorous look at why lessons learned can a challenge
• Techniques to encourage participation and solicit input
• Typical methods to capture and share results
• An example using CV Projects for a simple and unique
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Discount rates available for • All in an easy-to-use web-based system
PMI Delaware Valley Chapter
Join our breakout presentation,
or stop by for a Demo and PMI-DVC Discount Codes
For more information or to register, visit our web site
Program Management tied to Project
Stage Gate Approval Processes
This presentation will show the integration of many concepts used to link portfolio/
program management with specific project management, and to the SDLC
(software development life cycle) in a more unified approach. It will also discuss
how to be flexible in using agile, packaged software and waterfall based methods
for code construction to deliver project products. The premise is that the initial
phases are essentially the same, and that the progressive elaboration of all require-
ments, and all deliverables are based on factors such as project size, complexity,
strategy. This is intended for an intermediate to advanced senior project manager
to deal specifically with business projects that use information technology as part of
the total business outcome management for the project.
Ken Fulmer is currently the CEO and Principal consultant at Information Workplace
Solutions. He is focused on solutions to Business Process and core collaboration and
business intelligence projects for Financial, industrial and energy companies. Ken
was previously the CTO of Sunoco where he managed technology and planning as
well as the PMO. He developed the techniques presented in this session while at
Sunoco and provides examples of how to handle difficult situations. He holds a
bachelors degree from LaSalle University, and an MBA from Clarion University.
An Introduction to SharePoint &
This session will review the basics of Microsoft SharePoint, its features, and
approaches for using it to manage projects of all sizes. Users without technical
experience will see how to create sites and use the many SharePoint tools to
address everyday project management needs such as creating document
repositories, project calendars, issue logs, and memo libraries. John will share
lessons learned from real-life experiences and guide attendees in planning a site
and getting started.
Mr. Senk has twenty five years of experience managing and directing IT
development, operations, and delivering PMO services for State and Local
Government, Pharmaceutical, Electric Utility, Manufacturing, and Banking
industries. He focuses on Project Management (including managing significant
system development efforts, setting up and maintaining Program Management
Offices, and providing Project Management Training) and Quality Assurance/
Quality (including Independent Verification and Validation, establishing Standards,
QA/QC Processes and Reports. He has successfully managed (delivering on time
and budget – while meeting the needs of the client) dozens of mission critical
systems. He has successfully provided rigorous QA/QC on critical system projects.
Best Practices & PMBoK Updates
Frank R. Walker, P.Eng., PMP
Frank will give a brief overview of the new PMBoK Guide and some real-life examples. New
management tools are much more powerful than most people realize. Everyone can now
do what only companies like NASA, Fluor-Daniel, and Bechtel could do on the mainframe
twenty-five years ago. These new tools and litigation changed the contracting process
dramatically. Owners and consultants can now use such methods as fast track PM and
multiple primes to align contractor and owner goals and to complete projects much faster
than ever before.
Now we are managing portfolios of projects rather than large single projects. The most suc-
cessful companies are sorting their projects into multiple Tiers and using Total Float to bor-
row resources from Tier 3 projects to keep Tier 1 projects on schedule. Resource leveling at
the Portfolio level, “managing by exception” just the activities that are close to critical and
behind schedule and new risk management techniques have raised the bar once again.
Frank is president of TWG Project Management, LLC. TWG supports clients through all stages
of the program or project life cycle. He has worked for 40 years on many unique and chal-
lenging projects worldwide for many different industries and public agencies. He is adept in
all the aspects of project management. Specialties include, team planning, fast-track pro-
ject management, management by exception using earned value, litigation avoidance
and mediation. He also helps implement PM Offices. His seminars on PM, PMP certification
& PM software are in demand, worldwide. He has given classes to more than 9,000 people.
Frank has lived long-term in Sydney, Vancouver, BC, Turkey (where he was found equal to
a donkey by a Turkish magistrate), Seattle, and Dallas. He currently lives in Washington
Crossing, PA. He is proud to have PMP Certificate # 289 which he earned in 1989.
PMBoK Guide, Standards, & More
Kristin Vitello, CAPM, PMI's Standards Project Specialist for the PMBOK® Guide.
Fourth Edition and Elaine Lazar, MA, MA, AStd., Standards Project Specialist, will be
presenting a high level overview of the changes to the PMBOK® Guide, Fourth
Edition. Standards currently in print and under development will also be highlighted.
There will be an opportunity to have your questions answered on the subjects like
volunteering for PMI, earning PDUs, the exposure draft process followed by all PMI
Standards, and more!
Some topics include:
♦ PMI Foundational Standards
♦ Harmonization of PMI's Foundational
♦ Top 10 changes from the Third Edition to
the Fourth Edition of the PMBOK® Guide
♦ Chapter by Chapter Overview
♦ PMI published translations
Kristin can be reached at PMI's Global Operations Center at Kristin.email@example.com
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Ira Brown, the founder and president of • The ability to synchronize your project with a
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Project expert, will be providing a “ﬁrst look” • Top down summary tasks and manually
today at Microsoft Project 2010. There are scheduled tasks
many exciting new features and innovations in
• A Timeline view that displays selected phases,
this product, scheduled to become available
tasks, or milestones on a visual timeline
sometime during the ﬁrst half of 2010. Today’s
breakout sessions will demonstrate many of • The Team Planner, a visual resource
these new features, including: assignment planning tool that allows you to
view and manipulate assignments through a
• The new “ribbon” style menu interface, ﬁrst
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Project Management Institute
Delaware Valley Chapter Delaware
Monthly Dinner Meetings
The chapter holds monthly dinner meetings that include a speaker and
earn PDU credits.
For more information visit the PMI-DVC web site at pmi-dvc.org
Welcome to the Sixth Annual PMI-DVC Project Management Tools Conference.
Our chapter has been dedicated to providing an annual event for our members,
educational in nature, to enhance the careers of our project managers.
Volunteer teams use their own creativity to develop the venue and prepare
conferences such as this one. The success of these teams inspires us, as a chapter, to
produce more results by way of projects and events using volunteer teams and we now
have many teams actively working on important events.
As project managers, we all know the value of a strong team. As a chapter and as the
Chairperson for this event, we could not have asked for a better team to develop this
conference. Their dedication, creativity, and professionalism has been overwhelming
and this event is the result. I thank this year’s team for their efforts and for the privilege
to work with them. Several members have been participating in this event for four or
more years. Don’t be surprised when we tell you that volunteering for a chapter
project is very rewarding.
On behalf of the team, we hope you enjoy the conference this year as we were
delighted to present it to you. Also, “thank you” to the many who have continued to
attend each year!
Steven Young, Conference Chairperson
The Project Management Tools Conference & Seminar Day 2009 is a Category 3
activity. You can receive up to 7 PDUs for attendance at all presentations on Saturday
and an additional 7 PDU for attending a seminar on Friday. Log on to www.pmi.org and
look for the option to View PDUs. You must have your ID and password.
Register your PDUs using Provider ID C005 (PMI-DVC) and Course PMI-DVC Project
Management Tools Conference & Seminar Day 2009, ID# PMTOOL09. Enter the number
of PDUs based on your participation in the conference.
Keep your conference materials for audit purposes. See the conference website for
Welcome from the PMI-DVC
We hope you enjoy the conference. The conference team has
invested a lot of time over the past months to bring this event
together for the PMI-DVC members and the community. Thank
you to the vendors, speakers and all who have participated
and contributed to the success of the chapter’s event.
Steven E. Young, PMP Dayal Nagasuru, PMP
Conference Chairperson Project Manager, Serco Inc.
Vice President, Mathtech, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank S. Nestore, PMP
Ellen L. Boneski Archer Partner, PPT Consulting
IT Project Manager email@example.com
United BioSource Corporation
firstname.lastname@example.org Daniel P. Bharadwaj, MBA, PMP
Chapter Board Sponsor
M. JoAnn Berger, PMP Tools Conference 2009
Program Manager email@example.com
Avaya Professional Services
Mary E. Edwards
Oracle Applications Program Management
Consulting Chief Technology Officer
Klein Consulting Group, LLC
Richard Kornstedt, PMP
Senior Project Manager, CA Inc.
William A. McKelvey, Jr. PMP
Senior Manager, Federal Services Group
Deloitte Consulting LLP