PMI-CTT (Canada's Technology Triangle Chapter)
The Canada's Technology Triangle Chapter of PMI, a non-profit professional association, serves as a resource and knowledge base for the advancement of all project management professionals in Canada's Technology Triangle. PMI-CTT chapter is located in Canada’s Technology Triangle centered in Waterloo Region, 100 km west of Toronto.
As the COVID-19 Pandemic continues to evolve, our Chapter is actively monitoring the situation around the
world and in Canada. Learn more about how we are doing what we can to help flatten the curve.
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS
NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Members of PMI-CTT (Project Management Institute – Canada’s Technology Triangle) (hereby referred to as the "Corporation") is called for and will be held at Kitchener Public Library located at 85 Queen Street North, Kitchener, ON N2H 2H1, on the 28th day of May, 2020, at 6:30 pm (EDT)
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please complete and return the online Proxy form appointing the Director of Governance & Finance as your representative to vote at the meeting on your behalf, no later than 5:00 pm on May 28th, 2020.
PMI-CTT Board of Directors Call for Nominations
The PMI-CTT Chapter is governed by elected Directors. The term of office for each director role is two years and 4 years for President-Elect. This year there are 5 positions coming open; 4 directors and a President-Elect.
The annual nomination/election process is part of the chapter’s succession planning, and is mandated by our bylaws. Key leadership roles get filled, fairly and responsibly, to allow for healthy turnover, the garnishment of new ideas and for the continuance of the Chapter’s momentum.
Call for Nominations closes on April 29, 5:00 PM!!
To improve business outcomes, companies rely on projects to deliver new and improved capabilities. Mission success is not possible without project success.
However, project success is an elusive goal. In a world of rapid change, digital transformation, and disruptive forces, companies face risk from all directions.
In the presence of this uncertainty, project managers need the knowledge and skills to effectively manage risk.
Participants attending this event will learn valuable concepts and skills which can be applied immediately to their projects to improve the certainty of project success. They will also create a risk-adjusted plan for a project of their choice during the workshop.
Please join us for our Annual General Meeting on Thursday May 28 th . During the AGM the chapter’s volunteer team and membership
statistics will be shared. Additionally, the 2020-2021 board of directors and financial reports will be presented for approval by the
The AGM is free of charge and open to all PMI-CTT members.
New Member Orientation and PMI 50 Year Anniversary Celebration
We are looking forSponsorshipAdvocates!!
Sponsorship Advocates will be taking on a newly created role to support the development of a robust sponsorship/ partner program with local businesses
Who You Are:
Whether it be over the phone requesting a meeting or sitting down having a coffee, you love talking to new people and finding out more about them and what they need from our chapter! You enjoy building something from the ground up and understand the value of successful, mutually beneficial relationships. Most importantly, you have a passion for all things project management and have a keen desire to share the PMI-CTT message with everyone who will listen!
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Travel the World with PMI-CTT Water Bottles!
If you would like to share your story about your Project/ Program or Portfolio management journey, we'd love to hear from you! Contact us and we will send you a PMI–CTT Chapter water bottle to take with you when you travel. In return, we ask that you submit a photo and a story about your trip with the water bottle for posting on our website.
PMI-CTT could not exist without our volunteers. As an organization we strive to provide learning and networking opportunities for our members and volunteering is one opportunity for members to develop professionally. The time commitment required varies depending on the volunteer position from an hour or two per month for some administrative positions to 20 hours per month for leadership roles.
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|Members with no Certification||241|
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