The Critical Path - May 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is available on-line.

Shane Vaz starts us off this month discussing how you can identify if your project is getting into trouble. These quick tips may get you thinking a bit differently come Monday morning.

Are you one of the millions of organizations doing a stop light chart for executives or other stakeholders? An interesting article from Greg Smith talks about how maybe we should reconsider the traditional red/yellow/green model and move into red/orange/yellow, no green.

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The Critical Path - April 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is now available on-line.

We are all looking for ways to be a better at our jobs and Brad Egeland gives us 5 quick and easy ways we can all become better project managers.

Are you tired of going to meeting after meeting only to hear the same rhetoric? Do you wish you could just have more productive meetings? Well then, you have to read George Pitagorsky's article on how we can make meetings better. I bet you will pick up a trick or two that you can use starting Monday morning.

The Critical Path - March 2016

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is now available on-line.

This month's is full of tips and tricks to help you get your project back on track and meet your goals. Brad Egeland discusses 3 Ways To Improve Project Team Performance by Lunchtime and Moira Alexander gives you 10 Tips To Meet Your Project Planning Goals.

As a PM, do you wish you had a superpower? Kiron Bondale helps you decide which superpower would be awesome to have should you stumble upon a genie in a bottle.

Message from the President

Season's Greetings and Happy Holidays to you and your family! We wish you all a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2016!

Thank you for being a part of the PMI Westchester Chapter family. We will continue to work with you in this partnership and help you to make a difference in your lives.

Thanks,
Pawan Kumar
President, PMI Westchester

The Critical Path - November 2015 Edition

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is now available online. We have a wide variety of articles to help every project manager in their daily lives.

David Cotgreave talks about how you should bring your PMO in for service every once in a while. He'll show you that for every PMO that's running smooth, there's one that is not, and what steps you can take to get it running efficiently again.

The Critical Path -- October Edition

The latest edition of PMI Westchester's "The Critical Path" is now available online. This month we have jam-packed the newsletter with information every project manager can use in their daily lives.

Are you currently looking for a new job? Brad Egeland discussed the top 10 things you need to do to land your next PM gig including resume and interview ideas. If you are current involved in a legacy transformation project, John Hoebler talks about the key things you need to do in order to ensure your project's success.

The Critical Path - September Edition

Hope you all had a great summer!!! Now it's time to check out this month's edition of "The Critical Path". Karen Goold discusses how to spark creativity within your teams and get out of the normal routine, while Henry Lopez, with over 34 years of experience, talks about why we should learn to delegate more and how this can benefit us in the long run. Have you ever gone to a meeting where there are no slides? Husband and wife team Elizabeth and Richard Larson tell us how we can communicate effectively without having to put up PowerPoint slides for our audience.

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