2018 August Training Workshop

    August 16, 2018
    10:15 AM - 1:00 PM
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    The Gathering Place at Gardner Village
    1100 West 7800 South
    West Jordan, UT
    http://www.gardnervillage.com/the-gathering-place
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    Educational Speaker

    Davey Warren Jr.

    (10:15-11:15AM)

    Topic - "Approach to Translation and Localization Projects”

    Synopsis:

    Establishing the process of planning language translation projects to meet the demands of an international market. As the world becomes more global it becomes more compelling that we plan product, marketing, and software project launches to include the future of our localization and translation efforts. This training will provide insights into the potential pitfalls of localization projects, what to avoid, and how to succeed. 

    Speaker Bio:

    Davey Warren is a Certified Associate Project Manager from Missouri now living in Utah for 10 years. His project management experience started as a Salesforce consultant 5 years ago with Kyazma, acquired by Eide Bailly in 2015. In his role, he helped with the initial planning stages of over 600 projects; resulting in a 5x growth for the firm and eventual acquisition. 

    His localization experience started 7 years ago with MultiLing and has stuck with him since.  He now works for inWhatLangauge, A Utah Best in State winner for 2018, as a translation and localization consultant. 

    He has a passion and a love for his alma mater BYU- Idaho; where he earned a Bachelors in Business Management. He loves scouting and has sat on the Great Salt Lake Council Executive Board for 4 years now helping young men become leaders. In his spare time, Davey likes to turn pens on a lathe and go camping with his family.


    Keynote Speaker

    John Nevison

    (12:00 - 1:00PM)

    Topic – "The Recovery Machine: Metrics you need to recover your project

    Synopsis:

    Many holders of a PMP designation still cannot perform elementary calculations to get their project back on track. For example:

    Your client wants the project done on time with full scope and will pay for it. The project plan calls for 100 staff-months of work to be completed by 10 professionals working full-time for 10 months. At the end of 5 months, the original team has worked 50 staff months and completed 40 staff-months of planned work. How much additional staff do you request for month 6? (Fractional [part-time] staff is allowed and the correct answer is not 2.)

    [extra credit] At the end of month 8, 85 staff months of paid effort resulted in 75 staff months of completed planned work. How much total staff do you need for month 9?

    Come learn several handy new metrics to help you quickly get started on the best path to recovering your project!

    Speaker Bio:

    I am a past president of the Mass Bay PMI Chapter, a drafter of Chapter 9 in the PMBOK First Edition, and the Chair for the Chapter 7 (Cost) revision in the PMBOK Fifth Edition. I have presented 4 talks to our chapter between 2002 and 2010 as well as 2 talks at Professional Days. More personal details are available on my company's web site.

    Tickets

    $20.00 Member Ticket

    $25.00 Guest Ticket

    $0.00 PMI Northern Utah Board of Directors