September Monthly Luncheon: 18 September 2014
Topic: CMMI = Capability What??
Speaker: Al Garner, PMP
Mr. Garner will present CMMI and its applicability to Project Management. He will present an overview of what CMMI is in practical terms and how it applies to the world of Project Management. Although CMMI is a specific set of requirements or check lists, it demonstrates how a Project Manager can account for requirements, deliverables etc. regardless of who the customer is. It is a toolkit of processes that can be applied to any project, and Mr Garner will illustrate the utility of using them.
11:30 AM - 1 PM
Tanger Outlets North Charleston
Registrations are now open
PS: SCHOOL IS ABOUT TO START! Don't forget to bring items for the Teacher's Closet to help supply local schools with necessary materials.
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