PMI Night at the “Duck Pond” is right around the corner
PMI Night at the “Duck Pond”
Friday, July 26 @ 6:35pm (gate open at 5:35 – food/beverage available at that time)
Madison Mallards vs Wisconsin Rapids Rafters
Your tickets can be picked up at the Group Will Call window under the group name PMI Madison
The PMI event will be located in Section 204. Details include:
Ticket with Free 2019 Mallards baseball hat and your 32 oz souvenir cup with a voucher for a free soda or beer fill.
Receive up to 8 tickets per PMI-Madison Member. There is a $12.00 fee per person age 6 and up. Kids age 5 and under are free if not requiring a seat. Payment is made when registering.
PMI has reserved tickets, on a first come, first served basis. Please specify number of tickets needed (only those requiring a seat).
There is a $12.00 fee per person age 6 and up. Kids age 5 and under are free if not requiring a seat. NOTE that there will be NO refunds for this event.
Log into the PMI web site to Register. Payment is made during registration.
In the event of a possible rainout please check for information posted on the Madison Mallards website at: http://northwoodsleague.com/madison-mallards/. A make-up date will be scheduled in the case of a rainout.
Gain Knowledge / Make a Positive Impact in Someone’s Life!
Welcome to the PMI-Madison Mentoring Program!
The Mentoring Program pairs experienced PMP-certified project managers with individuals who are new to the project management profession, or looking to expand their knowledge in a specific area. So you probably have asked yourself – "Why does the PMI-Madison chapter have a mentorship program? What is in it for me as a member, or how does it impact our community?“
Welcome to the PMI-Madison Mentoring Program! The PMI-Madison chapter is currently seeking Mentors and Mentees!
The primary reason why our chapter has a mentorship program is to share our knowledge and experiences with each other, so we can be the best project managers we can be. Our successful projects are a positive reflection on our chapter.
Global Knowledge posted an article noting the top 18 certifications worth having. Global Knowledge is a business providing learning services and professional development solutions, so they are not really driven to pick one certification over the other, but are vested in knowing certifications and their value. I would think the only motivating factor to do anything that may not be true is to have only certifications that they perform training for.
In my opinion this list is pretty legit list by GK. Disclaimer, this article is my personal opinion and not the PMI Madison chapters opinion. Anyways, go check it out. One of the things you will see is the PMP® certification is on top. Whats third? CAPM® another PMI certification.