Join us for this interactive workshop to learn how everyone can be an effective project manager, even if your title has nothing to do with managing projects! Being an effective project manager is a valuable skill to have in the workplace and can help boost efficiency, garner support from your organization's leaders, and help your team feel secure that no matter what the project may look like, you have it under control. This is the perfect workshop for every professional, so join us for free breakfast, networking, and a dynamic presentation from our incredible speaker!
John C. Baley has been in Information Technology for the past 30 years but has currently retired as Data Center Manager for AlaskaUSA, in Glendale. Most of his experience is in IT Systems Development and Data Center Operations area. He has worked on Projects or Programs for many of the largest Petroleum and Retail companies in the world, such as Shell Oil, Conoco/Phillips, JCPenney, 7-Eleven, CITGO and Union 76.
John also is a top strategic volunteer for PMI, having been a volunteer for the past fifteen years. He started his volunteer work with the Dallas Chapter of PMI. He was the President from 2004 -2006 as the chapter continued in growth, and lead changes in the Chapter board structure adding positions to meet that growth. He left the Presidency to take on the Region 6 Mentor role for PMI, Region 6 is the South Central North America region containing 20 chapters. He then worked on the PMI Chapter Member Advisory Group for three years followed by the OPMAG for three years. After that he worked on a special Chapter Awards project while sitting on the Alaska BOD as a Director at Large. He joined the Phoenix Chapter in 2015, was President for 2017-2018 and is current Past President of the chapter. He also fills a new role of Chapter Mediator for PMI.
John earned his PMP Certification in 2002, and graduated with a Masters of Business Administration from University of Texas at Dallas in December of 2007.
|Date||Aug 19, 2020|
|Time||7:30 AM 9:00 AM|
|Event Type||Impact Breakfast|
Conference Center at Rio
2323 W. 14th Street