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Webinar

Introduction to the New PMI Project Management Approach

By George Baltzis
Apr 28 09:30 (EDT)

Overview

Project Management Institute helps over 2.9 million professionals working around the world through global advocacy, collaboration, education and research. PMI has now rolled out a new approach to project management that emphasizes the deliverability of the project work in terms of the components (physical or functional). 

In this 60-minute engaging webinar, George Baltiz, a Learning and Development expert with 25 years of experience in managerial, operational and training positions within the Defense and Security domain, will give you an understanding of the evolution of the concepts, practices and frameworks around projects and the way PMI adopts them. 

By attending the webinar, you will be able to compare the last 2 editions of the PMOK® and learn how they are combined to fulfill the new requirements for agility.  

Get an understanding of: 

  • The Project Management environment and associated roles 
  • Everyday projects and business 
  • PMI, PMP and PMBOK 
  • PMBOK 6 vs PMBOK 7 
  • The new PM and the new PMP certification 

Presenter

George Baltzis

George Baltzis

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About:

George Baltzis is a Learning and Development expert with 25 years of experience in managerial, operational, and training positions in the Defense and Security domain. He also has 10 years of experience in the private sector as a Technology and Training Projects SME.

George comes with a proven track record in Training Education and is a solid Program, Project, and Service Management Professional, with a consulting background and relevant credentials (PMP, PMI-ACP, PRINCE2 Practitioner, PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner, and ITIL). 

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