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GTIS Branch - Seven Steps to Augment your PM Career with Agile AI & PMI 2.0

GTIS Branch - Seven Steps to Augment your PM Career with Agile AI & PMI 2.0 - An inspired approach to position your relevance to emerging technology funding


AI a leading emerging technology, may diminish, replace, or augment your project management career. This career makeover workshop explores the three options relevant to you, to identify and close the gap, teaching a seven step formula to augment your market value using AI as an example. This workshop intends to help position Toronto PMs to lead the expected $33 trillion investments in emerging technology projects by 2025. This approach leverages PMI Global re-branding and is suggesting a new PM model for the nascent growing Emerging Technologies group of PMs.

The presentation will provide participants with answers to:

· How to become more desirable to investors and subject matter experts (SME) in the emerging technology market starting with AI.

· How to deploy your personal interests to do good and align yourself with the PMI 2.0 to be seen as a United Nations (UN) 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) relevant community leader of projects.

Learn about the project management career makeover seven steps.

· Learn about PMI 2.0 and how to leverage the PMI 50th Anniversary themes.

· Learn how to mitigate risks when AI can be deadly for your career.

· Learn how to take part in the $33T emerging tech projects expected by 2025.

· Learn how to align to emerging technology projects in your community.

· Learn the secret to write a legitimate white paper, despite little experience.


Dave D'Silva, BMath, is Founder/CEO of Intelligent Market Solutions Group (IMSG), a socioeconomic project firm. IMSG was created to make good on a pact with Bill Gates in 1989 at the University of Waterloo, launching Phase I in the Toronto Stock Exchange as AML ATF Intelligence. Phase II, launched in 2000, was purchased by McKinsey in 2016, today tracking $6 trillion in investment assets. Phase III launches in 2019 at York University AIHive.org as the Energy Cloud Smart City, Emerging Technology Framework to Unite Society 100X Social ROI Anti-Corruption PMO $100M call to action. Dave is co-founder of the PMI-Toronto Emerging Technology group , and past chair of PMI-SOC PMO LIG, Microsoft Project Users Group (MPUG) Toronto, and founding chair of ToastIT Toastmasters Club #5556.


8:30am - 8:45am - GTIS/PMI introduction

8:45am - 10:15am - Presentation/Open discussion

10:15am - 10:30am - Break

10:30am - 12:30pm - Presentation/Workshop/Open discussion

Fees: (subject to HST)

PMI Toronto Members - $50.00

Non-Members and Guests - $70.00

Webstream Option available

Webstream - PMI Toronto Members - $40.00 - Click here to register

Non-Members and Guests - $50.00 - Click here to register

PDUs: 4.0 (2.0 Leadership, 1.0 Business, 1.0 Technical)


Cancellations must be received by 5:00 pm, 5 business days before the event and must be sent in writing by email to events@pmitoronto.ca. There will be a 20% administration fee charged for cancellations, subtracted from the refund. Cancellation/refund requests will not be accepted less than 5 business days before the event. However, substitutions are welcome. Please let us know by 12:00 noon the day before the event of the person you wish to substitute by emailing events@pmitoronto.ca.

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Type of activity: PMI Toronto GTIS Branch

Date: 1 June 2019

Hour: 8:30 to 12:30

# of PDUs: 4.0


Members: $50.00

Non members and Guests: $70.00


Room #5150 - University of Toronto - OISE, 252 Bloor Street West, M5S 1V6

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