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PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
PMIEF Presentation - 2009 North America Leadership Institute Meeting
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  • 1. Getting Involved In Bringing the Power of Project Management to People and Communities Throughout the World www.pmief.org This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 2. PMI Educational Foundation PMI Strategic Plan: Strategic Principle #10: PMI shall take actions and make decisions in a socially and environmentally responsible way. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 3. PMI Educational Foundation (cont’d) PMIEF’s goal is to leverage project management for social good PMI Educational Foundation is the philanthropic arm of PMI 501 (c) 3 charitable organization This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 4. PMIEF: Improving Society Through Project Management Helping college students realize their dreams through education Giving youth and communities a better chance of success Improving responses to tragedies This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 5. Thanks to our Corporate Donors This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 6. Thanks to our PMI Component Donors PMI Arabian Gulf Chapter PMI Minnesota Chapter PMI Washington DC Chapter PMI São Paulo Chapter PMI Delaware Valley Chapter PMI Baltimore Chapter PMI Nova Scotia Chapter PMI Central Illinois Chapter PMI North Carolina Chapter This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 7. PMI Component Donors since 2006 • PMI Arabian Gulf Chapter  • PMI KC‐Mid America Chapter • PMI Baltimore Chapter • PMI Madison/South Central WI Chapter • PMI Central Florida Chapter • PMI Mass Bay Chapter  • PMI Central Illinois Chapter  • PMI Mile‐Hi Chapter Educational Fdn • PMI Central Indiana Chapter • PMI Milwaukee/SE Wisconsin Chapter  • PMI Central Iowa Chapter  • PMI Minnesota Chapter  • PMI Central Ohio Chapter  • PMI North Carolina Chapter  • PMI Chicagoland Chapter • PMI Northeast Ohio Chapter  • PMI Clear Lake/Galveston Chapter • PMI Nova Scotia Chapter  • PMI Coastal Bend Chapter  • PMI Orange County Chapter  • PMI College of Performance Mgmt • PMI Phoenix Chapter  • PMI Columbia River Basin Chapter  • PMI Sacramento Valley Chapter • PMI Dallas Chapter  • PMI San Diego Chapter  • PMI Delaware Valley Chapter • PMI Sao Paulo Chapter  • PMI Frankfurt Chapter • PMI South Florida Chapter  • PMI Great Lakes Chapter  • PMI Southwest Ohio Chapter  • PMI Hospitality SIG  • PMI Washington DC Chapter  • PMI Information Systems SIG • PMI Web SIG This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 8. A Better Prepared Workforce of the Future Academic Scholarships Over $150,000 (US) awarded in 2009 Doctoral Research Grants Sponsored Internships and Apprenticeships Endowed Visiting Professorships This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 9. A Better Prepared Society for Future Success Promoting 21st Century Skills Educating Students Through Projects Encouraging Project Management as a Competency for Teachers and Administrators Funding New Project-Based Learning Initiatives This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 10. A Better Prepared Society for Future Success New Pilot Alternative School Setting Philadelphia School Project Dual Enrollment Program This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 11. A Better Prepared Response in Future Times of Need Helping humanitarian and nonprofit/nongovernmental organizations through: Local Training Opportunities Tools and Methodologies Funding the Creation of New Training Programs Advancing the Body of Knowledge Funding New Initiatives This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 12. Getting Involved Resources to Help You get Started Today! This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 13. Resources from PMIEF PM Training Project for Teachers Careers Management & Nonprofits in Project Skills for Life Management Academic PMI Project PMI Component Scholarships Management Initiatives and Awards Methodology for Post- Disaster Reconstruction This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 14. Resources Available at www.pmief.org This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 15. PMI Component Initiatives This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 16. Toolkit to Start NE a PM Program W at Your Local School Curriculum Program Development Handbook Planning and Implementation Guide This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 17. PMI Delaware Valley Chapter Project Team Members Volunteered their Time Mentors For PM Supported by Their Employers School Programs Passed Clearances are Key Worked in the Classroom “I saw leadership in development, as well as maturity and great teamwork.” ―David Glaze, former student and now mentor This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 18. What Students Said “We learned a lot in 8 weeks…used PowerPoint for the first time and created a project charter. We used teamwork and learned how to manage time, and the importance of planning.” “It's more than just learning project management. It is truly learning life skills that I can apply to other places.” This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 19. A Better Prepared Response in Future Times of Need This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 20. PM4NGOs Training in Kampala “80% of all diseases are spread from contaminated water; our training here will help us prevent this and save lives in the future.” ―"Chief," Save the Children “The project management skills we are learning will help us improve the lives of the vulnerable people we are serving.” ―Businge Richard, CARE Uganda This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 21. Floods of Santa Catarina, Brazil This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 22. PMI Santa Catarina Chapter Pilot Workshop took place in December 2008 Participants Evaluated PMMPDR and UN Sphere Project Framework Both Guides will be Translated into Brazilian Portuguese and distributed to Local Governments most affected by the Disaster This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 23. Getting Involved Experiences from two chapters: PMI Sao Paulo Chapter PMI Minnesota Chapter This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 24. Building a Sustainable  World with Project  Management Programs Building a Better Future Campaign October 2009 This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 25. Agenda 1.  Objective 2.  Life Cycle and the Brazilian Society 3.  Program Structure 4.  Deliverables 5.  Next Steps This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 26. 1. Objective To present the Building Better Future Campaign (PMIEF) adaptaded to local needs (Brazil) proving that we can build a Better and More Sustainable World with Project Management together. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 27. 2. Life Cycle and the Brazilian Society Click on the screen This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 28. 2. Life Cycle ‐ Childhood Purpose •Prepare them for the future by teaching them how to deal  with  a  huge  variety  of  information;  and  to  improve  their   life and society. Actions •The  team  is  looking  for  partnerships  with  educators  to  draw the best dynamic between children and parents. •Example:  Apply  PM  concepts  in  children’s  games  where  their parents can enjoy and learn too. LIFE LIFE HEALTH HEALTH FREEDOM FREEDOM RESPECT RESPECT DIGNITY DIGNITY FAMILY FAMILY EDUCATION EDUCATION CULTURE CULTURE SPORT SPORT LEISURE LEISURE Estatuto da Criança e do Adolescente This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 29. 2. Life Cycle ‐ Teenage Purpose •Improve  the  knowledge  of  Project  Managment  in  teachers and students. •Train Public and Private educational institutions in  the best practices of Project Management.  Actions Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado Partnership with Engineering Graduation Area. •Teambuilding Activities; •Workshop to set PM concepts in a playful way. •Planned actions to nov/09 (Comunication and  Negotiation with Ethics). Secretaria de Educação do Município de São Paulo Partnership in process to develop a pilot module  to public schools. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 30. 2. Life Cycle ‐ Adulthood Success Case in Unisys • Forward knowledge on Project Management is what the PMIEF/PMI‐SP team did at Unisys in 2004.  The  Project  achieved  excellent  results  causing  interest and continuity of this job.  Purpose •Prepare  professionals  to  work  with  PM  and  to  the  future  personal challenges. Actions •Support PMI and PMI‐SP in existing initiatives and looking  for qualified volunteers. •Promote a profession  in Project Management. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 31. 2. Life Cycle ‐ Maturity Purpose •Promote  the  knowledge  recycling  for  the  Third  Age  segment making them more active and participative. •Ensure  the  program  sustainability  by  including  and  integration of this group (still profitable and productive) in  social‐economic actions. Click IBGE This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 32. 2. Brazilian Society – NGO’s Purpose •Support  the  NGO’s  projects  making  them  more  prepared to future action. Actions ABONG •Introduction of PMI‐SP work. General Information (Brazil) Centro de Integração Esportiva para  •The  3rd  sector  is  the  8th  strengh  of  the  world  o Deficiente Físico economy, creating more than 10 millions jobs. •Re‐structure of the institute adapted to  •In  Brazil,  there  are  more  than  250  thousands  PM Methodology. institutions  and  they  employ  1.5  million  people  •Empower existing partnerships and  and have 12 million volunteers. build new ones. •The  activities  cover  almost  all  areas  of  public  •Leverage social actions of disable  need. Johns Hopkins University physical integration to sports. IBGE This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 33. 3. Program Structure Adaptation to Brazilian context In  order  to  reach  more  synergy  and  benefits  of  Program  Management,  we  structured  these  initiatives  from Building a Better Future Campaign in 2 groups: Life Skills and NGOs. Life  Skills  shows  how  the  mature  concepts  and  methodology  of  project  management  in the  “corporate  world” can be applied in different daily areas and at the same time create a virtuous cycle in society to make it  more prepared for the future. NGOs  reduce  the  distance  between  PM  Methodology  and  existing  projects  to  prepare  them  for  future  needs. Building a Better  World Life Skills NGO’s NGO’ Education Business Scholarship New / Other  Opportunities This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 34. 4. Deliverables • Workshops – Nov/09 • TBD • Lectures – Next year • Stand  to  promote  the  PMIEF  and  PMI‐SP – Nov/09 • TBD • Define Vision, Mission and Values  – Nov/09 • Help to define a new  organizational structure – Feb/10 • Help to prepare the strategic plan  – Feb/10 • WBS to next year – Jan/10 • TBD • Events – Nov/09, Jan/10 and  Feb/10 This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 35. 5. Next Steps • Execute pilots groups for subjects:  • Prepare an Action Plan. Comunication and Negotiation  with Ethics. • Plan other activities for Scope and  Scheduling. • Present qualified professionals to  • Draw the action plan to medium  Oracle training action.  and long terms. • Support the planned event to  Nov/09. • Structure the reformulation event  to define the vision, mission and  • Formalize the partnership with  values to Feb/10. Secretaria da Educaçao, approve  the pilot plan and roll‐out in  schools. • Prepare training materials for  teachers. This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 36. Team Members Alexandre Pinho Alexandre Zippo, PMP 'Aparecido Donizetti Cesar Kodama, PMP PMI São Paulo Sponsor Paulo Ferreira, PMP – President Renato Ferracini, PMP – Vice President PMIEF Liaison Diane Fromm, PMP This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 37. Getting Involved Experiences from two chapters: PMI Sao Paulo Chapter PMI Minnesota Chapter This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 38. And Community Project Coaching Program PMI Minnesota: Chapter that Cares This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 39. • Habitat for Humanity • Paint‐a‐Thon • Endowed Scholarship • PMBOK on Safari ... and ... • Community Project Coaching Program  This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 40. Community Project Coaching Program • A program designed to provide PMI‐MN members with  opportunities to serve the community by using their project  management skills to coach inexperienced nonprofit project  managers • The Community Project Coaching Program (CPC) matches  PMI‐MN members with community organizations to provide  project management coaching in a positive and productive  environment where they can make a difference This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 41. Community Project Coaching Program • Launched in 2001 • Participation was a requirement for some  United Way funding recipients • Volunteers in the program receive coaching  skills training before they are paired with a  project manager in a community organization This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 42. Coaching, Not Leading • Volunteers assist the project manager(s) for  the nonprofit community organization • Project managers of the non‐profit  community organization lead and manage the  project This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 43. Key Roles on an Engagement Community Organization(s) PMI‐MN Organization Project  Project Project  Manager Coach Sponsor Project Assistant Project Coach Team This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 44. Project Management Coaching Coaching may mean assisting with... – project plan development – schedule development – risk management – budgeting – project communication This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 45. Sampling of Organizations Served – Management Assistance Program for Nonprofits (MAP) – Model Cities – Riverton Community Housing – Southeast Asian Ministry – TSE, Inc. – Boy Scouts – Children’s Home Society – CommonBond Communities – Family Pathways – Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners – Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center – Saint Paul Area Council of Churches This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 46. Coaching Program Results “The Community Project Coaching Program has been  an invaluable resource to the projects United Way has  funded through its Service Through Technology  program.  We have seen an increase in project  success, thanks to the involvement and support of  PMI’s volunteer coaches.” Kathy O’Connor, Director Technology Capacity Building Greater Twin Cities United Way This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 47. Coaching Program Results “Project management is a valuable tool for us to  estimate staff time, equipment, material and project  costs which enables us to more accurately forecast  what it will take to expand our program.” Jim Uden Director of Development This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 48. To Contact PMI-MN • www.pmi‐mn.org • Email: • administrator@pmi‐mn.org • coachcoordinator@pmi‐mn.org • 1821 University Ave W, Suite S256 St. Paul, MN   55104 651.917.6246 This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 49. Getting Involved How Has Your Component Gotten Involved? How Could Your Component Get Involved? This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 50. ? This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 51. 1. Turn to the person beside you to share: Ways your component has gotten involved or would like to get involved in: ―Building a Better Prepared Workforce through PM scholarships and adult education ―Building a Better Prepared Society through PM education of youth and teachers ―Building a Better Prepared Response in Times of Need by using PM to help other non-profits be more effective Ways you could help the PMIEF Ways the PMIEF could help you 2. Write them on the note cards This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 52. Get Involved to bring the power of project management to your community! This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 53. What Can You Do? Work with your component Spread the word about the PMIEF Reach out to your local primary or secondary school Help identify component programs for posting on the PMIEF website Mentor a non-profit This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 54. What Else Can You Do Start a project learning/project management student competition Volunteer for PMIEF programs Help build partnerships Donate to the foundation to help us sustain and build our programs This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 55. PMIEF Thanks All who have Donated www.pmief.org PMIEF e-solicitations PMIEF e-newsletters PMIEF articles in PMI Today® PMI.org Marketplace PMI membership application or renewal Fax to PMIEF Mail to PMIEF Newest: PMIEF kiosk This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 56. PMI Educational Foundation Board of Directors Debra Miersma, Chair Kathy Shawver, Kay Fleischer, Treasurer Secretary Ken Atwater Bob Cook Jo Ferguson Ken Hartley Pedro Ribeiro Hugh Woodward This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.
  • 57. PMIEF Contact Information Debra Miersma 2009 Chair, PMIEF Board of Directors +1-413-329-9264 dmiersma10@nycap.rr.com Jeannette Barr Development Manager, PMI Educational Foundation +1-610-356-4600 ext. 7117 jeannette.barr@pmi.org Diane Fromm Administrator, PMI Educational Foundation +1-610-356-4600 ext. 1128 diane.fromm@pmi.org This is the property of Project Management Institute and may not be reproduced or disseminated without the expressed written permission of PMI.

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