• Manage People Individually and as
a Project Team.
• Increase Effectiveness Utilizing a Practical Approach.
• Journey from Idea to Project.
• Understanding and Defining Cultural Differences, and
• Continuous Improvement Concepts and Tools to Improve Projects.
Workshop facilitators include:
Ms. Catherine Sato, vice president of Bank of Hawai‘i;
Lt. Col. Brian Mace, who manages the Navy Marine Corps Intranet
(NMCI) throughout the West Coast, Hawai‘i, and the Far
• Mr. Doug Forsell, director of Project Management at Fidelity
National Information Solutions (FNIS) Real Estate Division;
• Ms. Claire B. Reilly, a solution specialist for the Microsoft
Southern California District Office.
The keynote speaker, Ms. Linn Wheeling, will present “Making
Project Management Indispensable for Business Results.” Wheeling,
the components and community manager for PMI, oversees the
ongoing development, administration, and relationship between
PMI and its more than 300 chapters, interest groups, and colleges.
The president of the PMI-Honolulu Chapter,
an HPU alumna and project management instructor, recommends
time management to her students. “It’s just good
project management,” said Laumatia. “If you have
a good team, with good resources and good skills, you can accomplish
anything – at home and at work.” She should know:
Laumatia is married and just gave birth to her 10th child!
She also holds a B.S. in computer science
and information systems as well as an MBA.
“I always tell people, the more education you get, the
better you can be,” added Laumatia. “In today’s
world especially, it opens the door to jobs and potential opportunities.”
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