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Chapter Meeting - Learn Project Recovery with No Pain
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2018-06-14
When: Thursday, June 14, 2018
From 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Manulife - International Room
Manulife
200 Bloor Street East
Toronto, Ontario  M4W 1E6
Canada
Presenter: Jamal El Ali


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PMI Toronto Chapter Meetings = Excellent networking opportunities!

The Chapter Meetings provide plenty of time for networking, before and after the main presentation, so come with business cards and network with your peers! Also, we will announce the 2018/19 PMI Toronto Board of Directors at the beginning of this meeting. Come out and meet your new chapter executive team for the coming year!

PMI Toronto Chapter Meeting

Title: Learn Project Recovery with No Pain

Synopsis:
Project failure is not uncommon as has been documented by many authorities such as The Standish Group, Project Management Institute, and others. The magnitude and impact across the organizations varies depending on the type of project and the nature of failure. A troubled or failed project displays many symptoms such as missing deadlines, over budget, out of control, etc. Such a project will continue on a path to failure if recovery efforts do not start swiftly. This presentation will take you through the steps to protect and recover your projects with the least amount of pain.
 
Learning Objectives:

The attendees will learn how to avoid the pain of dealing with troubled and failed projects. They will learn the steps to keep the projects out of trouble, and if they fail, to bring them back on track and subsequently achieve the project’s objectives successfully.

Biography:
Jamal El Ali is a passionate project management consultant, author, and speaker with years of experience in the banking and IT sectors in Canada and the U.S. (CIBC, TD Bank, Vital Source, Barnes and Noble). He has successfully managed and recovered several troubled projects by putting them back on track. He has a number of publications which include “Project Janitor” (2018), an online project recovery course (2018), PMP exam questions book (co-authored 2018), an online PMP exam prep course (edited 2018). He is currently developing a new project management course for Ryerson University.

Jamal enjoys sharing his knowledge and experiences through mentoring and training. He has many years of teaching experience as a technical trainer. In 2013, he joined The Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University as a part-time lecturer.

Jamal is a PMP, Scrum Master and holds an MBA from Athabasca University in Alberta and he has been admitted to the DBA program at Henley Business School at the University of Readings, UK. 

Agenda: (Please do not arrive before 5:55 pm)

6:00 PM - Registration/Networking
6:45 PM - Announcements, including introductions of the 2018/19 PMI Toronto Board of Directors
7:00 PM - Presentation
8:30 PM - Presentation ends

Fees: (subject to HST)
PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) – Free/Complimentary admission 
Non-Members and Guests – $25.00

PDUs: 1.5 (1.5 Leadership)

Location notes:
Enter through St. Paul's Square (West Side of Building)
Check in with Security (Please do not arrive before 5:55 pm)
International Room
Manulife
200 Bloor Street East, M4W 1E6

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