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Meeting/Event Information

Managing Project Knowledge

May 24, 2019
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
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Mimi's Cafe
4420 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85705
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PDU Value: 1 (Technical)

 

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

 

Managing Project Knowledge

PMBOK Sixth Edition vs. Knowledge Management Best Practices

The publication of the PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition introduced a new process for Project Managers to begin practicing, which is Project Knowledge Management. While this is moving the PMBOK in the right direction, the speaker believes that it has not gone far enough. The speaker, who has a Doctorate degree in Knowledge Management, believes there are more detailed practices that the project manager needs to be aware of, and versed in, to effectively manage project knowledge.

This presentation will review the PMBOK’s guidance on project knowledge management and provide relevant descriptions of knowledge management concepts and practices. The attendees will come away with a better understanding of how-to best leverage knowledge management concepts and best practices to more effectively manage project knowledge.

Speaker Bio: Dr. Marv L. Rosenberg, PMP, PMI-PBA, CKM

  • Marv lives and works in Arizona and Maryland, as a Project Manager, Business Process Analyst, and has been an Associate Adjunct Professor in the MBA program at The University of Maryland University College. Marv began his working career over 50 years ago when he was an Aerospace Engineer directing the assembly of the Apollo Lunar Module, at the Johnson Spacecraft Center, simulating the trip from the earth to the moon and back. More recently, Marv has worked as a contractor for a number of Federal Government agencies providing Business Operations and Automation consulting.

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  • One of Marv’s recent accomplishments include:
    Lead Senior Business Systems Analyst for an Agency’s most complex business automation project
    Stakeholder analysis of 15 agency departments: identifying key sponsors, influencers, and subject-matter-experts
    Requirements management planning, elicitation, and documentation of 15 major enterprise wide processes and over 100 sub-processes
    Extensive Business Rules discovery, formulation, codification, and validation
    Marv’s academic accomplishments are:
    Doctor of Science degree in Knowledge Management from the George Washington University
    Master of Science in Engineering Administration degree from the George Washington University
    Bachelor of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Houston
    Associate in Applied Science degree in Aerospace Design from The Academy of Aeronautics
    Marv is married has two adult sons and six grandchildren.

Tickets

$15.00 Board Member
$10.00 Earlybird rate before May 22

$20.00 Chapter Member
$15.00 Earlybird rate before May 22

$25.00 Non-Chapter Member
$20.00 Earlybird rate before May 22