PMI New Hampshire Chapter

January Chapter Meeting: The Fallacy of Multitasking and its Impact on Project Management

January Chapter Meeting: The Fallacy of Multitasking and its Impact on Project Management

January Chapter Meeting: The Fallacy of Multitasking and its Impact on Project Management

January 19, 2021  6:00pm - 7:30pm

 

January Speakers

Guest Speakers: Nila Vaishnav, BA, BS, PMP and Kate Milani, M.S. Ed., PMP


The Fallacy of Multitasking and its Impact on Project Management


Category of the PMI talent triangle: Technical Project Management


Summary 


In this fast-moving society that we live in, it has become a trend to constantly juggle between multiple tasks. The fact that technology allows for quick communication methods makes multitasking so easy that we at times don’t even realize we are multitasking. It has become almost second nature for us. Attend this session to understand how multitasking impacts us as project managers and how we manage our human resource capacity.

 

Outcome 


In this interactive session, you will:
● Identify the impacts of multitasking on you as a project manager
● Determine the best strategies for improving your capacity as a Project Manager
● Recognize the impacts of multitasking on your project teams' capacity.
● Develop strategies to increase human resource capacity on your projects

 

Bio

Nila 

Nila Vaishnav, BA, BS, PMP is a talented IT Professional, an experienced Project Manager and a teacher. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge while also having a thirst for gaining new knowledge.

Nila earned her first degree in Economics and second in Computer Science/Information Systems. Nila’s more than 20 years of IT and project management experience working for diverse industries such as paper, banking, food and distribution along with teaching IT classes as part time positions her well for speaking and coaching. She is excited to share her real-life knowledge and experience with a firm belief that it will bring value to the community she will serve.


Nila lives in Appleton, Wisconsin with her husband and has two wonderfulchildren, son a CPA and a controller and daughter a physician. She enjoys walking,jogging, swimming, skiing, yoga….pretty much anything to do with exercising! Nila has been a PMI-NEW Volunteer on the Speaker Selection and Professional Development Days committees since 2009.

Kate

 

 

 

 

Kate Milani, M.S. Ed., PMP is a certified Instructional Designer and Project Manager who is adept at analysis,design, development, and implementation of programs and processes aligned with diverse stakeholder needs.Kate has more than 15 years of experience in IT Project Management in the insurance industry combined with almost 10 years as a consultant and trainer in the project management field.

Kate served as a Project Manager and Instructional Designer for the Open Education eLearning course “Basic Computer Skills” funded by a U.S. Federal Department of Labor grant. In addition, Kate had oversight for the development of over 140 grant funded IT courses across 15 campuses in the Wisconsin Technical College System.

Kate’s credentials include a BBA from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design from the University of Wisconsin – Stout, Master’s Certificate in IT Project Management from George Washington University, and PMP from the Project Management Institute. Kate has been a PMI-NEW Volunteer on the Speaker Selection and Professional Development Days committees since 2008.

 

Contact Information:

Email: nila@vaish-consulting.com
           Kate@milani-consulting.com 
Mailing Address: 5569 W. Natures Lane, Appleton, WI 54914
Web address https://www.laapros.com/

Cost: Member $0, Non-Member $10

PDUs: 1

Zoom link will be provided after registration

Event Properties

Event Date 01-19-2022 6:00 pm
Event End Date 01-19-2022 7:30 pm
Registration Start Date 12-14-2021
Cut off date 01-19-2022 5:00 am
Individual Price Non-Member
No. of Technical PDUs 1
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Monthly Food Drive for NH Food Bank

Bring an item to donate to the NH Food BANK to the Chapter Meeting.

Due to COVID-19 the New Hampshire Food Bank is requesting cash donations only.  Please click the image below to make a donation.

New Hampshire Food Bank requests non-perishable shelf stable foods. ie

  • Canned Soups
  • Pastas
  • Cereals
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Crackers
  • Granola Bars
  • Peanut Butter
  • Other non-perishable items - Cash or check made payable to NH Food Bank

If you are interested in volunteering collecting, delivering, and/or sorting, contact Communications.

Since February the Chapter collects donations at  each Chapter Meeting and drops them off at the NH Food Bank. The items are then distributed throughout the New Hampshire area.  Thank you for supporting this activity.

Professional Photographer

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