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conflict and making it a non-conflict
“The title ‘Stop Playing Games’ certainly piqued my interest as we deal with a
myriad of project and project management office issues in our organization,”
said attendee Walter Cromer, PMP.
“Rick Morris is a very engaging speaker and kept our attention the entire day. I took away numerous ideas that will help improve our organization.
Workshop leader Rick Morris, PMP, OPM3
“He reminded me of several steps we’ve
become too willing to short cut and
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the educational requirements needed
to sit for the PMP exam in the event the
practitioner does not already have the
35 contact hours.
Chris Dale said he
enjoyed the PMP
prep class and would
recommend it. He
later wrote that he
submitted his PMP
application and “also
renewed my PMI
added Inland Empire Chapter to my
renewal. Thanks again for all your help!”
Wendy Hsieh, PMP, who also took
the prep class, passed her PMP exam.
Speaking about the chapter’s prep
course, she said “The course materials
were not only helpful but indispensable.
Thank you for the support and
Today, Mr. McDermott and Debra Wolf,
PMP, chapter president, are the only
volunteers assigned to the “CIE Certify
Me Campaign,” but as new volunteers
continue to fill open positions for the
chapter, they hope others will assist.
Available online for PMI members only at PMI.org
how those are costing us time, money
and quality on our projects. I left the day
wishing I had promoted this day to others in our organization, and I am considering bringing Rick to our organization
to share this information with others.”
Ms. Wolf said, “We
growth because we
show PMI and local
chapter value first.
When we help
the value of PMI,
they want to join PMI and our chapter.”
If you would like more information on the
“CIE Certify Me Campaign,” please send
an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.