The resources available to professional project managers to inform and engage us in our work are so numerous now that it's hard to keep track. Here we list some of the many resources available to you as a PMI member, and specifically as a PMI Southern Alberta Chapter member, to aid in your day-to-day work and your long-term professional development.
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The Chapter provides the following resources to aid in your professional business and career development.
- Monthly chapter dinners with presentations and regularly schedule workshops and seminars provide learning opportunities and the chance to meet other project managers in Southern Alberta.
- The opportunity to volunteer on chapter projects and events also provides opportunities to meet other professionals and give back something intangible to the community.
- Are you looking for just the right person for a new or existing role in your firm? Are you yourself looking for a new, more challenging role in project management? Consider using the Chapter job posting board.
- A mentorship program, one of the first of its kind in the PMI community, began at PMI Southern Alberta a number of years ago, and has continued to be a success story for us. The programs connects new members of the project management community with more seasoned and experienced professionals as an aide to each other's professional development.
- Your company may have a PMI-SAC company ambassador at your disposal who can assist you in identifying further resources within PMI-SAC and/or PMI that you may find helpful in your day-to-day work.
As a member of Project Management Institute (PMI) you have access to the following resources as well.
eReads and Reference
- Members can enjoy the full contents of books and media on project management and business. Use eReads & Reference anytime you’re online.
- Provides the tools and resources necessary to identify employee strengths and weaknesses and implement a project management career ladder.
- Resources to inform and improve the practice of project management.
Voices on Project Management
- Independent ideas and insights by and for project practitioners.
- Monthly and semi-monthly e-newsletters focused on project management knowledge and PMI news. http://www.pmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Publications-e-Newsletters.aspx