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Matthew Weaver, PMP, CSM, ITIL.  Project Management Speaker, President/CEO of Project Weavers, LLC

Matthew J. Weaver

Matthew Weaver is president/CEO of Project Weavers, LLC, an American veteran-owned project management training company. He specializes in project management, best practices, methodology definition, and process improvement based on nearly 40 years of experience that began with enlistment in the Navy, progressed through work for a variety of companies, and several forays into starting and running his own companies. Matthew’s experience involves all aspects of project, product, and development life cycles. He has taught project management in one form or another since around 2000. Matthew will publish “A Project Methodology”, a detailed project management how-to book,​ in late 2017 or early 2018 to coincide with the upcoming 6th edition of the PMBOK Guide.

Matthew actively volunteers with PMI Global, PMI chapters, and with groups that help fellow veterans and people who are unemployed. He is a frequent speaker around the US and in Canada, always welcoming the opportunity, even last minute, to speak on project management and related topics. Read more.

A graduate of California State University, Fullerton, Matthew also pursued graduate study at American University. He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy where he trained as an Electronics Technician and Nuclear Reactor Operator, then served aboard the USS Coral Sea (CV-43).

Matthew holds Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), and ITIL V3 certifications.

Matthew relocated Project Weavers to Reno in July 2014, where he now lives with his wife and twin 9-year old sons. Matthew grew up mostly in Idaho and Alaska, has lived throughout the U.S., and traveled for work and pleasure to around 50 countries. Matthew is author of a yet to be published science fiction novel, Unintended Consequences.

See also Matthew’s LinkedIn profile with over 20,000 connections and 70 recommendations

Matthew Weaver and Project Weavers’ staff are frequent project management speakers at conferences and other events. Our staff includes two PhD., four published authors, and most, like Matthew, are military service veterans. Several are recipients of PMI and industry awards and recognition, and all volunteer with PMI global and chapter groups, plus other non-PMI groups. Below are selected project management speaker events involving Matthew Weaver, owner of Project Weavers.

Would you like Matthew or another member of Project Weavers’ team to speak to your group? We welcome opportunities to speak on relevant topics. Please email info@projectweavers.com

PMI-Related Activities

Matthew volunteers extensively with PMI Global, PMI chapters, and elsewhere. In addition to speaking at events, he volunteers within chapters, plus on LinkedIn where he moderates and participates in several large project management-related groups with around 500,000 members. These include:

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Jan 14 2017

Downtown DC Luncheon Series: Tracing project readiness.

Discussion on requirements traceability matrices and how to leverage throughout the project.
Jul 18 2016

Downtown DC Luncheon Series: What should a project manager know

Join us for a provocative discussion on what are project manager must, should have, and nice to have knowledge and skills. Are these universal or domain specific? Where to get, how to document, how to enhance? Regardless of job title, everyone is a project manager, often as project manager-slash-something else or as a dedicated project manager. Matthew Weaver will facilitate an interactive discussion on what it means to be a project manager, when we should recognize that we are project managers, relevant knowledge and skills, and whether or how they are transferrable.
May 21 2016
PMI Tulsa Chapter: Risk, When Does It Really Matter?

PMI Tulsa Chapter: Risk, When Does It Really Matter?

Every risk costs money, whether it occurs or not. If asked, everyone says they care about risk. That is the expected answer. But what about reality? Do we really care, as in care enough to identify and plan for risks, or is simply dealing with a resulting issue good enough? Is this a matter of practice or finance? Through example and interactive discussion Matthew will explore where we draw the line on whether to do risk management seriously or not, how to meaningfully measure the monetary impact of that choice, and some next steps we might take. Simply put, is and when is it cheaper to plan for risks in advance as opposed to just dealing with issues as they occur?
May 21 2016

PMI Tulsa Chapter: Risk, When Does It Really Matter?

Every risk costs money, whether it occurs or not. If asked, everyone says they care about risk. That is the expected answer. But what about reality? Do we really care, as in care enough to identify and plan for risks, or is simply dealing with a resulting issue good enough? Is this a matter of practice or finance? Through example and interactive discussion Matthew will explore where we draw the line on whether to do risk management seriously or not, how to meaningfully measure the monetary impact of that choice, and some next steps we might take. Simply put, is and when is it cheaper to plan for risks in advance as opposed to just dealing with issues as they occur?
May 19 2016

PMI Maine Chapter: Project Management Practices: Who is a project manager and what should a project manager know.

Join us for a discussion on who is a project manager and what knowledge and skills a project manager must, should have, and would be nice to have. For example, are these universal or domain specific, where to get, how to document, how to enhance? Guest speaker Matthew Weaver will facilitate an interactive discussion on this often challenging topic.
May 19 2016

PMI Maine Chapter: Project Management Practices: Who is a project manager and what should a project manager know

Join us for a discussion on who is a project manager and what knowledge and skills a project manager must, should have, and would be nice to have. For example, are these universal or domain specific, where to get, how to document, how to enhance? Guest speaker Matthew Weaver will facilitate an interactive discussion on this often challenging topic.
Jan 28 2016

Project Management Practices: Who is a project manager and what should a project manager know.

Join us for an evening of professional networking and discussion of project management. Matthew Weaver, Project Weavers’ president/CEO, will host a facilitated discussion on what a project manager should know. Here the perfect opportunity to share with other professionals and colleagues an interactive discussion on just who is a project manager and what knowledge and skills a project manager needs. Event runs 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., The Nugget Hotel Resort Hotel-Casino, Sparks, NV. Free, hors d’oeuvre, and cash bar. Please RSVP to rsvp@projectweavers.com
Jan 28 2016

Project Management Practices: Who is a project manager and what should a project manager know.

Join us for an evening of professional networking and discussion of project management. Matthew Weaver, Project Weavers’ president/CEO, will host a facilitated discussion on what a project manager should know. Here the perfect opportunity to share with other professionals and colleagues an interactive discussion on just who is a project manager and what knowledge and skills a project manager needs. Event runs 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., The Nugget Hotel Resort Hotel-Casino, Sparks, NV. Free, hors d’oeuvre, and cash bar. Please RSVP to rsvp@projectweavers.com
Dec 10 2015

Southern Florida PMI Chapter Dinner Meeting PM Tools Presentation: What Do You Expect of Your PMP?

PMI changes its expectations of project managers on January 11, 2016. For certificate candidates this means up to 50% new questions and answers when taking the PMP certification exam. PMI’s PMP Examination Content Outline identifies new tasks, knowledge, and skill requirements. While a good PMP certification exam prep class will address this for candidates, what about existing certificate holders who studied and are applying previous versions? Matthew’s PM Tool’s presentation will facilitate a discussion of the practical differences, challenges, and opportunities involved in integrating PMI’s evolving interpretation of project management.
Dec 10 2015

Southern Florida PMI Chapter Dinner Meeting PM Tools Presentation: What Do You Expect of Your PMP?

PMI changes its expectations of project managers on January 11, 2016. For certificate candidates this means up to 50% new questions and answers when taking the PMP certification exam. PMI’s PMP Examination Content Outline identifies new tasks, knowledge, and skill requirements. While a good PMP certification exam prep class will address this for candidates, what about existing certificate holders who studied and are applying previous versions? Matthew’s PM Tool’s presentation will facilitate a discussion of the practical differences, challenges, and opportunities involved in integrating PMI’s evolving interpretation of project management.
Oct 06 2015

PMI-NNV: Carson City Lunch Meeting.

The PMI Northern Nevada Chapter hosts monthly roundtable lunch meetings to discuss project management. Matthew Weaver hosted the October 6 lunch meeting in Carson City, Nevada. He is one of three chapter members that rotate hosting this monthly lunch gathering.
Aug 04 2015

PMI-NNV: Carson City Lunch Meeting.

The PMI Northern Nevada Chapter hosts monthly roundtable lunch meetings to discuss project management. Matthew Weaver hosted the August 4 lunch meeting in Carson City, Nevada. He is one of three chapter members that rotate hosting this monthly lunch gathering.
May 05 2015

PMI-NNV: Carson City Lunch Meeting.

The PMI Northern Nevada Chapter hosts monthly roundtable lunch meetings to discuss project management. Matthew Weaver hosted the May 5 lunch meeting in Carson City, Nevada. He is one of three chapter members that rotate hosting this monthly lunch gathering.
Apr 28 2015

PMI Northern Nevada Chapter: LinkedIn, Make It Your Best Friend.

Do you have a LinkedIn account? Do you use LinkedIn? LinkedIn is absolutely invaluable for professional networking, for business development, and for any aspect of employment or consulting. Please join Matthew Weaver for a detail-filled discussion on creating an effective profile, configuring your account, growing your network, and using LinkedIn beyond “Yes, I have a LinkedIn account.” Matthew has around 18,000 mostly relevant connections and is owner and/or manager of several project management-oriented LinkedIn groups with around 500,000 members.
Apr 18 2015

PMI Emerald Coast Florida Chapter. 2015 Spring Symposium: What is the value of a project manager?

We are all project managers. As a paid profession, whether full-time, part-time, dedicated, or a project manager-slash-something else, the role is evolving, is both respected and dismissed, and pay varies by incredible amounts. Matthew Weaver will share his observations about the state of project management, recent and ongoing trends, geographic and industry variations, and give his recommendations to project managers, recruiters, and employers. Among areas Matthew will assess is whether someone should become a project manager, what training and experience is required or recommended, how recruiters might better find qualified project managers, and how employers might best leverage a project manager.
Feb 26 2015

PMI Emerald Coast Florida, Mobile Branch: PMBOK® Guide: Getting Up to Speed with the 5th Edition.

While the PMBOK® Guide, 5th edition, was released in December 2012 and PMI began testing with it in July 2013, a vast majority of existing certificate holders trained and secured certification on earlier versions. In this presentation Matthew will discuss the practical differences, challenges, and opportunities involved in integrating PMI’s evolving interpretation of project management.
Feb 24 2015

Project Weavers Luncheons in Mobile, Alabama: PMP or CAPM Certification: What’s in it for me or my organization?

An interactive discussions exploring what PMP and CAPM certifications are and are not, what value they offer to individuals and organizations, the steps to get certified, preparation options and challenges, and typical course content and practice test questions.
Feb 18 2015

Project Weavers’ Luncheons in Anchorage, Alaska: LinkedIn, Make It Your Best Friend.

Do you have a LinkedIn account? Do you use LinkedIn? LinkedIn is absolutely invaluable for professional networking, for business development, and for any aspect of employment or consulting. Please join Matthew Weaver for a detail-filled discussion on creating an effective profile, configuring your account, growing your network, and using LinkedIn beyond “Yes, I have a LinkedIn account.” Matthew has over 17,500 mostly relevant connections and is owner and/or manager of several project management-oriented LinkedIn groups with over 425,000 members.
Feb 10 2015

PMI La Crosse – Rochester Chapter: Back to Basics

Isn’t it time project managers get back to managing projects? Since 2001 one with the Agile Manifesto, and then several years later with Scrum, projects have suffered with an anti-management meme that tries to put team members in charge of projects. Scrum even goes so far as saying there are no project managers. Matthew suggests this is often a recipe for failure, that projects require a project manager. In this Webinar, Matthew will engage participants in an interactive discussion about the flexibility, efficiency, and value of both approaches.
Jan 28 2015

-Northern Nevada Software Developers Group (NNSDG): Project Management 101, Survival Skills for Any Project

Whether you are a project manager by profession or an accidental project manager, everyone and every project needs basic project management skills. It does not matter what tools, what development approach (such as Agile), or the size of the project or team, a certain amount of planning is necessary to ensure project success. In Project Management 101, Matthew will layout and discuss some very basic steps everyone should take to initiate, plan, and execute their projects.
Oct 22 2014

Minnesota Chapter of PMI (PMI MN): Seminar Room: Project Management Plan, Where do you start?

(Download Presentation). Project Management Plan, Where do you start? Everyone’s been there, the first time you are asked to write a project management plan. Where do you start? Picking up the PMBOK® Guide will give you some ideas but not so helpful when you actually start outlining. Maybe your organization has a template, maybe plans from previous projects as a starting point. There are also a plethora of templates and samples on the Internet. As well, ISO/IEC/IEEE has their recent 16326 (2009) standard. Join Matthew for an interactive discussion on approaching your first or your 100th project management plan. He will delve into common components of a plan, checklists, templates, and an action plan to help any project manager or organization build a better, scalable and flexible project management plan.
May 27 2014

PMI Canada’s Technology Triangle Chapter (PMI-CTT): Embracing Change Through Simple Change Control

Bring change control up in most work conversations and you get an almost unanimous groan. Everyone has horror stories about change control, few have anything good to say about it. Matthew Weaver will re-introduce change control, show how it is our best friend, can be efficient and complementary to our projects, and really is a necessity for every project manager and team. Change is inevitable. In carrying out our projects we can either control change or let it occur freely. Without serious plans, configuration management and change control are, at best, nice ideas, maybe even scary risks because they might be haphazard and prone to causing meaningless complication and delay. Matthew Weaver will propose and discuss a simple and effective process, spelling out meaningful the inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs necessary to plan, implement, and sustain efficient change control.
Apr 02 2014

PMIWDC Chapter Monthly Meeting PM Tools Event: What level of planning does your project require?

(Download Presentation). Sponsored by the PMI PMIWDC chapter. Do we plan or just do it? Our response to this question sets us on a course toward success or failure; likely also risks conflict with management and stakeholders. In an ideal world it is always best to exhaustively plan any endeavor before we do it. Rarely is that possible, so the PMBOK® Guide helpfully offers that most plans can be “formal or informal, broadly framed or highly detailed, based on the needs of the project.” So, what do we do, plan or act? Matthew will outline several dimensions and perspectives useful in scaling project planning, starting with templates and checklists, engaging the audience to share why they may or may not work for their respective projects, especially vis-à-vis risks, compliance, and governance.
Feb 22 2014

Microsoft Washington DC IT Pro Camp: Project Management 101.

Whether you are a project manager by profession or an accidental project manager, everyone and every project needs basic project management skills. It does not matter what tools, what development approach (such as Agile), or the size of the project or team, a certain amount of planning is necessary to ensure success. In Project Management 101, Matthew will layout and discuss some very basic steps everyone should take to initiate, plan, and execute their projects.
Jan 29 2014

Project Weavers Luncheons: PMP or CAPM Certification: What’s in it for me or my organization?

An interactive discussions exploring what PMP and CAPM certifications are and are not, what value they offer to individuals and organizations, the steps to get certified, preparation options, and typical course content and practice test questions. October 29 in Carson City, Nevada and October 30 in Reno-Sparks, Nevada.
Dec 10 2013

PMIWDC PM Tools: Failing Projects: Triaging the impossible and not so impossible

(Download Presentation). Projects fail. Anyone who has never managed a failing project has never faced challenges and will likely be unprepared to deal with one. Whether your project or someone else’s, failing projects offer unique challenges. Can you recover your failing project? Sure, but not easily as you have likely become part of the problem. Do you even recognize that it is failing? Recovering someone else’s failing project is much easier, though still not always simple. Why is the project failing and are the stakeholders ready to discuss and accept the changes that might be necessary to save the project? Matthew Weaver will address the challenges (and opportunities) facing project managers when their projects fail or when they are assigned a failing project. He will facilitate discussion on the warning signs, the do-not-cross breaking points, first steps, and sustaining actions to save a failing project.
Oct 01 2013

PMIWDC Chapter Fair Lakes Brown Bag Luncheon: Plan Configuration and Change Management, The Missing Process

Sponsored by the PMI PMIWDC chapter. Change is inevitable. In carrying out our projects we can either control change or let it occur freely. The PMBOK® Guide, 5th edition, calls for control, stating “some type of change control process is mandatory for every project.” (p. 137). What is controlled and how, though, is overlooked as the PMBOK® Guide does not address planning configuration and change management. Without serious plans, configuration management and change control are, at best, nice ideas, maybe even scary risks because they might be haphazard and prone to causing meaningless complication and delay. In this Fair Lakes Brown Bag Luncheon, Matthew Weaver will propose a simple and effective process, Plan Configuration and Change Management. He will spell out the inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs necessary to plan meaningful, sustainable, and efficient configuration and change management.
Jun 17 2013

Downtown DC Luncheon Series: PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition vs. ISO/IEC/IEEE 21500

Sponsored by the PMI PMIWDC and PMI SSC chapters through their joint group M2D2. The new PMBOK® Guide5th Edition aligns with the new ISO/IEC/IEEE 21500 standard. Great, what does that really mean? Do we do something different tomorrow than we did yesterday? Matthew gives a real-world assessment of the simplicity and the complexity of the changes by comparing the new PMBOK® Guide and 21500 standards. In particular, he will address what, if anything, we should consider doing differently.
May 15 2013

FOSE 2013 (National Convention; Educational Session sponsored by PMI): Accurate Requirements Could Be Your Key to Project Success

The effectiveness of how your organization documents customer requirements at the early stages of a project can determine the success or failure of your project. Study successful approaches for accurately eliciting, documenting and validating your customer’s expectations. Learn how to engage your customer throughout the project so they become your partner in ensuring you deliver what your customer wants.
May 15 2013

PM Tools Workshop: Cheaper, Faster, and Smarter Begins With Your Requirements.

Get rid of your Requirements Specification, banish Microsoft Word from anyone documenting requirements, use the right tools, and get smart about your requirements.  Matthew Weaver will give everyone cause to jump straight to their Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) as the single-source solution to documenting, controlling, and reporting project requirements.  Realize incredible savings by using the right tool and getting smart about why you document a requirement and where you depend upon it throughout the project life cycle.
Apr 18 2013

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA): Workforce Learning Series: Making implementation of PMP Best Practices Affordable.

By necessity or otherwise, many companies and individuals continually look to improve or simply fix their project practices. In this effort, adopting best practices, such as the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), can be a solution or a nightmare. A common process can be simple or become so rigid and cumbersome as to be defeat the best efforts of any team. Matthew Weaver will discuss several approaches and techniques to project-oriented process improvement, which offer success in determining the best practices needed and introducing them in a manner that ensures success. He will give special attention to the varied needs of small and large projects and organizations, suggesting a one-size-fits-all approach is practical, necessary, efficient, and affordable.
Apr 16 2013

PMIWDC Chapter Monthly Meeting PM Tools Event: Embracing change through simple change control.

Sponsored by the PMI PMIWDC chapter. Bring change control up in most work conversations and you get an almost unanimous groan. Everyone has horror stories about change control, few have anything good to say about it. Matthew Weaver will re-introduce change control, show how it is our best friend, can be efficient and complementary to our projects, and really is a necessity for every project manager and team.
Jan 09 2013

Project Weavers Webinar: Understanding and Using Earned Value

A two-hour offering detailed review of earned value, including examples and practice exercises. This live webinar covers why and when to use earned value, how to use it, and what you might do based on what earned value tells you about the health of your project. With an eye on the PMP and CAPM certification exams, we will review the formulas and together practice using them in several examples.
Nov 17 2012

Fairview Park Luncheons: Leveraging LinkedIn for professional and business networking.

Sponsored by the PMI PMIWDC chapter. Do you use LinkedIn? Have you found new work, found a new customer, shared or learned new information, or established an effective presence on LinkedIn? If not, then you need to attend this content-packed presentation on using LinkedIn. Matthew Weaver will cover both the basics and some valuable approaches and techniques to gain meaningful return from this great professional-oriented social media tool.
Oct 24 2012

-Washington Circle Luncheons: Establishing Positive Stakeholder Roles in Your Project.

Your stakeholders can make or break your project, make work pleasant or a nightmare. Matthew Weaver will discuss strategies to identify and engage stakeholders in positive roles with the achievable goal of making them part of your project, rather than observers, potentially at odds with the project.
Jul 16 2012

Downtown DC Luncheon Series: Create Actionable Plans.

Sponsored by M2D2, a joint group of the PMI PMIWDC and PMI SSC chapters. Do you find challenge in writing an actionable plan? Do you or your project sponsor and management find “We will communicate with stakeholders periodically to keep them informed of project.” insufficient detail in your communication plan? This presentation will offer some simple guidance and five easy steps to creating actionable plans. Our focus will be on the Project Management Plan and its many subsidiary plans. Reference will be given to the PMBOK® Guide and ISO/IEC/IEEE 16326 (which is the standard applicable to those using ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207 or 15288). Audience is anyone responsible for writing, reviewing, or approving project management plans for any type of project.
Jul 14 2012

Six Sigma in Common English.

Canceled.  for Bank of America and American Project Management.  Presentation:   Focuses on sharing an overview of Six Sigma without the technical terminology that might otherwise complicate understanding this valuable best practice.
Nov 14 2011

Downtown DC Luncheon Series: Using WBS to Establish Best Practices.

for PMI PMIWDC and PMI SSC chapters through their joint group M2D2.  Downtown DC Luncheon Series: Using WBS to Establish Best Practices.  A complete Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is critical to project success and an important tool in establishing and implementing best practices in any project.  This discussion aims to refocus or introduce project managers to the continuing value of the WBS.  Matthew will briefly review the basic pieces of the WBS, WBS Dictionary, and WBS Work Package, then show how to apply this while following common best practices in the PMBOK® Guide, IEEE standards and guidelines, CMMI, and ISO-9001.  He will show participants how to secure measurable and traceable results that will improve project quality and success.
Aug 22 2011

Canceled for lack of registrants

for Performance Institute conference on Practical Strategies for Organizational-Wide Project Management Training:  Do More with Less:  Learn How to Manage Projects with Fewer Resources.  Effectively manage multiple projects with decreasing resources, Discover how to improve productivity through just-in-time resource assignments, and Better utilize your dwindling resources.
Aug 15 2011

Downtown DC Luncheon Series: Six Sigma 101

for PMI PMIWDC and PMI SSC chapters through their joint group M2D2. .  Review basic Six Sigma principles, identify how they apply to project management, and learn how to implement them today.  In considering the role of Six Sigma in your projects, you do not need to wait for an expert or get your certification first.  In Six Sigma 101 Matthew provides an engaging introduction to core Six Sigma principles that apply to every day project management.  Matthew will share tips and techniques to empower you to start using and gaining value from Six Sigma immediately.
Aug 10 2011

Building Networks with LinkedIn. 

for Bank of America and American Project Management.  Presentation: Focuses on how to leverage LinkedIn to build your network.  It includes discussion of groups, searches, how to increase your invite reach, and ways to leverage your LinkedIn connections.
Jul 27 2011

Leveraging Lean Six Sigma to Maximize IT Efficiency and Effectiveness.

Canceled for lack of registrants.  July 27, 2011 for Performance Institute at Lean Six Sigma for IT Conference.  Planned keynote speaker with topic:  Many companies are now faced with consolidations and market share growth opportunities if they can improve their operations quickly to free up cash and move forward faster. The proven model for deploying a successful process improvement initiative is to drive it from the top down.  Listen to an industry-recognized leader in process improvement and project management as they discuss best practices for Six Sigma deployment in your IT department and how you can sustain the gains and achieve maximum ROI.
Jun 23 2011

Recovering a Failing Project (a follow-up).

for Kaplan University StuPM CoP.  Presentation:   What is a failing project, what does it take to turn around a failing project, and approach and first steps.
Jun 22 2011

Creating a Meaningful Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

for PMI PMIWDC chapter.  Washington Circle Luncheons: . Review the purpose, objectives, and value of Work Breakdown Structures (WBS), understand the difference between project and solution WBS, and learn how to create a meaningful WBS.  A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is the foundation of any project schedule. Creating a meaningful WBS separates actionable project schedules from simple to-do lists.  While every project manager should already use a WBS as part of their schedule creation, Matthew re-introduces WBS as a meaningful, value-added tool in organizing your project schedule, defining project and solution tasks and activities, and establishing ownership and measurable definitions of complete.
Jun 22 2011

Leveraging LinkedIn to Develop New Business.

for Bank of America and American Project Management.  Presentation:    Discuss the methods and best practices to utilize this new social network resource to develop new customers for your business.  Bring your laptops and notepads for a rare opportunity to learn about expanding into the future of marketing your business.
May 27 2011

Leveraging LinkedIn to Develop New Business.

for Bank of America and American Project Management.  Presentation:   Discuss the methods and best practices to utilize this new social network resource to develop new customers for your business.  Bring your laptops and notepads for a rare opportunity to learn about expanding into the future of marketing your business.
May 19 2011

Recovering a Failing Project. 

for Kaplan University StuPM CoP.  Presentation: What is a failing project, what does it take to turn around a failing project, and approach and first steps.
May 19 2011

Agile, Scrum, and Waterfall, what’s a company to do?

for Bank of America and American Project Management.  Presentation:   Discuss the ins and outs of Agile, Scrum, and traditional project management using waterfall. Bring an open mind or your list of questions for a rare opportunity to learn about these three.  At this event we will cover:  What is Agile, Scrum, and Waterfall, Determine if you need to change and why, Learn how to find the right solution, and Develop a plan of action
May 04 2011

Current Project and Development Practices.

for American Project Management.  Presentation:   Discuss current practices; available approaches using traditional, Agile, and Scrum practices; and finding the right solution.
Apr 19 2011

Learn How to Use and Leverage LinkedIn

for American Project Management.  Seminar: .  This half-day seminar will focus on using and leveraging LinkedIn successfully for business networking, talent searches, and job searches.  The seminar will cover both the basics and some valuable approaches and techniques to gain meaningful return from this great professional-oriented social media tool.
Apr 14 2011

Design a PMO to Maximize the Customer Experience.

for Performance Institute at PMO conference in Orlando.  Focus on how the PMO can stimulate relationships with the customers, Establish effective communications that will help achieve organization success, and Learn how a PMO can be built to create customer satisfaction.
Jan 01 1970

Click to Register at PMI Emerald Coast Florida Chapter.

Please join Matthew Weaver, Project Weavers’ president/CEO, at the PMI Emerald Coast Florida Chapter‘s inaugural free live online brown bag lunch Webinar on June 23. Matthew’s topic is “LinkedIn, Make It Your Best Friend.” Do you have a LinkedIn account? Do you use LinkedIn? LinkedIn is absolutely invaluable for professional networking, for business development, and for any aspect of employment or consulting. Please join Matthew Weaver for a detail-filled discussion on creating an effective profile, configuring your account, growing your network, and using LinkedIn beyond “Yes, I have a LinkedIn account.” Matthew has around 18,000 mostly relevant connections and is owner and/or manager of several project management-oriented LinkedIn groups with around 500,000 members. This free PMI Emerald Coast Florida Chapter presentation is June 23 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Eastern. (please join as early as 11:30 a.m.)
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