Puget Sound PMI Newsletter
The series takes an inside view of infamously failed projects and how they broke down from a project management perspective. Join us in our first ever event to kick off our new series "When Projects Go Wrong!"

This month Nate Amidon will be guiding us through the failed launch of this infamous project - Healthcare.gov. & along the way will be breaking down what went wrong.

Event Details
October 22, 2020 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM | 1.25 Business/Strategy PDUs
Month Updates
PSPMI believes in community development and providing support to its members through multiple programs and initiatives. As part of our ongoing effort to help our PM community, we are proud to announce some exciting initiatives this month. Kudos to our volunteers, who are consistently leveraging creativity to drive support for our PM community, through these initiatives. Don't forget to tune in to these extremely knowledgeable series of events below.
Are you preparing for the PMP Certification Exam?
Test your knowledge with us in the new ‘Question of the Day’ series! Look out for new questions every week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, on our LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter. Participate with your answers in the comments section and find out the correct answer at the end of each day.

Launching Series of Podcasts! Embarking on this journey with us is our guest speaker who will share his expertise, accomplishments, challenges & much more. Join us and be inspired!
Series 1 - “Work Life Balance During the Pandemic”, by Bryan Fleming, Senior Vice President of Technology, T-Mobile.
Mentorship Program
What is Mentorship program at PSPMI?
Mentoring is a great way to develop talent, with benefits for both parties (Mentor and Mentee). This program has existed within the PSPMI as an informal learning method for many years, in work set-ups and beyond, with an experienced and skilled person often taking on the mantle of guiding a newcomer. It connects people who have specific skills and knowledge (Mentors) with individuals (Protégés) who need or want the same skills and advantages to move up in work, skill level, or school performance. Stay tuned for more updates on our website.

We are calling for mentors who can assist and help influence the next generation of PMs, from Seattle. If interested, please contact membership@pugetsoundpmi.org
Volunteer Updates
Welcome Rima!
Rima Akileh started as a Membership & Community portfolio volunteer in September, 2020. She is a Global Training and Development Lead for the Microsoft account in Accenture, and is passionate about learning and development, effectiveness and efficiency, and helping others be the best version of themselves. She will be helping us with the community portfolio operations and strategic initiatives as a lead PM.
PSPMI Needs You!
Open Project Manager Volunteer Positions

  • PM with strong verbal and written communication skills, impressive organizational skills, an excellent ability to manage deadlines and work in a dynamic environment. For more details, please contact communications@pugetsoundpmi.org
Questions & Comments? info@pugetsoundpmi.org
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