Learn How to Develop a Case Study
PMIWIC – A Future City Case Study Facilitated by Reme Pullicar, PMP, PSM, MBA | Senior Project Manager, St. Luke’s Health System
PMI, and more specifically the PMI Western Idaho Chapter, is a community-focused organization. The chapter looks for opportunities to support business professionals in the development of project management skills, and to reach out for opportunities to partner and grow project management practices wherever there is a need. The PMI Education Foundation is a key resource that provides guidance to chapters so they can focus their experience and resources to help youth learn and adopt project management skills. In this working, learning, goal-driven session, we will investigate and formulate a case study based on how PMIWIC has supported the Regional Future City competition, and will develop ideas on what can be improved, and how to further our efforts. Resource Websites: PMIEF, PMIWIC, Future Cities
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Reme is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Professional SCRUM Master (PSM), has a Writing in the Sciences Certification from Stanford, and holds a Marketing MBA from Golden Gate University. He is a technologist at heart and launched his project management career with MCI Worldcom in 1982. He first leveraged Agile methods in 1995 on a statewide California Dept. of Justice project that he brought home ahead of schedule and 20% under his $10M budget. Reme is a Senior IHT Project Manager with St Luke’s Health System supporting several MySaintLuke’s EHR and operational SCRUM teams. He is a serial entrepreneur and inventor, who helps lead his church youth group, and is the PMIEF/PMI Chapter Liaison for the Western Idaho Chapter, providing an important communications and activities link between the PMI Educational Foundation and the PMIWIC.