The Lakeshore Chapter (C193) of the Project
Management Institute is a non-profit body of volunteers established
in 1999 to promote the effective use of proven methodologies for structured
project management in organizations in the Regions of Peel, Halton,
Hamilton-Wentworth and Niagara.
The Chapter has over 2,419 members and over 68% of these members
have achieved their Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications.
The Chapter provides its members with a number of networking and professional
development opportunities each year, including dinner meetings, Saturday
workshops and courses.
Do you want to volunteer with your peers, other Project Managers who understand the value of good planning? Joining PMI Lakeshore's Board of Directors is your chance to further develop your skills, network with other PMs, and meet many other like-minded individuals while giving back to your PMI community.
The PMI Lakeshore Chapter will be conducting elections for five (5) positions on the 2015 Board of Directors. Nominations are now being accepted. Click here for details regarding the nomination process and the election timelines.
We are looking forward to having many candidates running for office again this year!
Professional Development Events
Registration is closed.
The PMO is continuously evolving and like any organization, its needs grow and change with time.
With this flux, it must ensure that its constituents are efficient at informed decision making by providing them with the right tools. These tools must be easily adopted by the organization so that they can deliver their value, and not become a burden on it.
Are the best tools in the market the most-appropriate tools for all PMOs? Whether it's a brand new PMO, a PMO in transition or a mature PMO that needs some change, a methodology that considers the following should be adopted to pick (or switch to) the suitable tools: - Objectives for the need of the tools - Current and future PMO processes - Maturity level of PMO constituents - Executive sponsor for the change
Instead of picking up any tool in the market, PMOs should use the requirements-based approach to determine its exact needs before the hunt for the tools begins. This also enables the creation of a solid business case to justify the need for the change.
Presentation Expectations - Industry landscape - Roadmap for the requirements-based approach (including pre-requisites) - Why this is just not for brand new PMOs? - Easy-to-setup tools and mechanisms to quickly verify requirements - Tips for success in roadmap execution - Case study
For more information and registration information click here.
Registration will open February 1, 2015
PMI Lakeshore is very pleased to inform you that the 2015 Symposium will be coming this Spring.
Come prepared to be “Ignited, inspired and a part of this interactive event as a performer and not just a spectator!"
For more information, click here.
Registration is open on Feb 25th.
The course is based on the 2012 [5th edition] of the PMBOK guide and is presented in a seminar and workshop form including exercises and sample questions.
This course is very similar to that offered by most PMI Registered Education Providers in that it will provide an in-depth review of all the PMBOK knowledge areas. This course is being offered to PMI members only by Procept
Associates Ltd. which is a premier provider of professional training
programs. It is ESSENTIAL that you read the PMBOK guide in advance of attending the course.
The Fall PMP Prep Course sponsored by PMI Lakeshore will be held on all 5 Saturdays: April 11, April 18, April 25, May 2 and May 9, 2015.
For more information and registration information,
Registration is open.
The PMI Lakeshore Chapter cordially invites you to our free New Member Orientation and Presentation session designed to welcome you and give you the opportunity to understand what our Chapter is all about and at the end of the session, there will be a chance at a door prize.
For more information about the event and
to see what the upcoming dates will be,