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What Might a Career in IT Project Management Look Like 5-10 Years from Now?

  • 22 Sep 2017
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Mimi's Café, 4420 Oracle Rd

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Agenda
7:30am - Doors Open and Registration
7:45am - Breakfast/Networking
8:00am - Presentation Starts
9:00am - Presentation Ends

NOTE: This is a repeat of the presentation from the dinner meeting on 7/11.

PDU Value: 1 (Technical)


What Might a Career in IT Project Management Look Like 5-10 Years from Now?

Career plans today are less of a ladder and more of a wandering trail through relevant, if only sometimes cumulative, experiences.  Now more than ever, technical jobs rely heavily on project management skills and practical, proven experience.  We will talk about the intersection of IT and Project roles and where the as-yet undefined job descriptions and new opportunities might exist in the future.

Speaker Bio

Cristie Street is a Managing Partner at Nextrio.  Leading this locally-based IT consulting firm and its team of helpful and friendly technology professionals keeps Street on her toes. Nextrio values its partnership with the professional organizations like PMI because we believe in continuous improvement and education.  In addition to helping businesses improve by leveraging smart IT, Street and the team support numerous non-profits such as the Ronald McDonald House, Social Venture Partners, Mobile Meals, Arizona Public Media, Greater Tucson Leadership, Literacy Connects and more.  "Nextrions" like to work hard and play hard, which has helped to keep our staff tenure at more than twice the IT industry average.

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