Retirement – what does it mean for a Project Manager? When you’re a professional project manager, does retiring mean the same thing as it does in other professions?
Many of us work on contract or work as consultants – does that provide advantages or disadvantages when it’s time to retire? You may have heard retired people talk about being busier than ever, involved with many projects they hadn’t considered earlier – what does your PM retirement look like? Would there be more/less of certain projects? Should we consider an interest group to talk about what happens in retirement, or other things we can consider as the profession matures?
During this meeting, we will discuss our collective experience and challenges on this topic, as well as available suggestions and information on the way that our industry should be approaching these and other questions relating to the profession of Project Management.
This interactive event is an opportunity to gather area Project Managers to discuss issues that affect our work and careers. Participants are encouraged to share their challenging experiences and benefit from the combined knowledge of attendees. Also, this meeting is a great way to network, get answers to your questions about your projects and get greater benefit from your PMI membership. Please bring your challenges, suggestions, valuable articles, or resources on this topic.
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Thursday, May 16th
7:15 AM - 8:45 AM
Bob Evans on Niagara Falls Blvd, 1925 Niagara Falls Boulevard, I-290 & Rt. 62, Amherst NY
Telephone (716) 691-0778
Beverages and breads will be picked up by PMI! Attendees can individually purchase other menu items.
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1.5 PDUs. You will need to record your PDUs for this activity. Use PDU activity code C08020190516
Following the guidelines for the new CCR program, the PDU’s for this course may be applied to:
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|Location||Bob Evans on Niagara Falls Boulevard|