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Venue Location
Venue Location

Dulles Worldgate Marriott Suites

13101 Worldgate Drive
Herndon, Virginia

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Organizer
Organizer
Organizer:
Contact Person: Darren Criglar
Event Details
Event Details

Audience: Intended for newer or recently-promoted project managers, PMs that may need a refresher or wish to develop their skills further.


Program Dates:

June 18-21, 2019


Registration Deadline:

Please register by May 17th


Location:

The boot camp will be held at the Dulles Marriott Suites, located at 13101 Worldgate Dr. Herndon, VA 20170; Phone: 703-709-0400.

The hotel offers a shuttle to Dulles Airport (5-7 minutes) and is also a few minutes from the MAXIMUS corporate office, located at 1891 Metro Center Drive Reston, VA 20190.


Program Objectives: This Project Management Training boot camp is a 3 1/2 -day training program designed to enhance knowledge, develop skills, and provide tools to successfully manage a MAXIMUS project. Aligned to current internal policies and resources within MAXIMUS, the boot camp will also incorporate Standard Operation and Analytics (SOA) references and Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) methodologies and standards. There will also be a review of the PMP guidelines and information provided on how to pursue this valuable certification. Note: This event is not training for the PMP exam; the objective is to provide you with the information and tools to become a successful PM at MAXIMUS.


Travel Arrangements:

Costs for the program will be the responsibility of the participant's organization. Airfare and Hotel will be charged to the individual's appropriate administrative budget for the sponsoring organization.


  1. All attendees requiring flight arrangements should utilize the GetThere Self-booking Tool (SBT) or submit a travel request form, and a profile form (if you haven't previously submitted one to the travel department or completed it in GetThere SBT). Access to GetThere and/or the travel documentation can be found on MAXnet under Corporate Travel.
  2. Each attendee will need to provide a personal credit card to hold their room and will go through the employee reimbursement process for incidentals. It is recommended that you check-in to the hotel on Monday, June 17th, and plan for checkout at noon on Friday, June 21st.



Meals:


Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day, and there will be a networking mixer on the evening of June 19th. This is a valuable networking opportunity for project managers to personally meet corporate leaders and shared services contacts, and we encourage you to take advantage of this unique event.


What to Bring:

There will be a number of guest speakers who will provide insight on processes and policies specific to MAXIMUS, and can provide guidance on your specific project questions. It is recommended that you bring your laptop in order to access on-line materials throughout the week.



Pre-Work:

The pre-work for the boot camp does include one activity, and takes 30-45 minutes to complete.



More information will be provided regarding the boot camp once we are closer to the actual date.



If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to submit all inquiries to the CED at ced@maximus.com.

Agenda
Agenda
  • Day 1

    June 18, 2019

  • Day 2

    June 19, 2019

  • Day 3

    June 20, 2019

  • Day 4

    June 21, 2019

  • 8 AM - 8:30 AM

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

    Welcome

    Welcome

    9:30 AM - 10 AM

    PMBC Housekeeping

    PMBC Housekeeping

    Gives an orientation on expectations and competencies defined in the MAXIMUS Project Manager Profile.

    10 AM - 10:15 AM

    Mid-Morning Break

    Mid-Morning Break

    10:15 AM - 12 PM

    DiSC Debrief

    DiSC Debrief

    Discover your DiSC style, understand other styles, and build more effective relationships.

    12 PM - 1 PM

    Lunch

    Lunch

    1 PM - 3:15 PM

    DiSC Debrief Continued

    DiSC Debrief Continued

    Discover your DiSC style, understand other styles, and build more effective relationships.

    3:15 PM - 3:30 PM

    Afternoon Break

    Afternoon Break

    3:30 PM - 4:45 PM

    Communication Management/SOA

    Communication Management/SOA

    Discusses the necessity of demonstrating strong communication skills and its impact on the success of a project.

    4:45 PM - 5 PM

    Wrap-Up

    Wrap-Up

  • 8 AM - 8:30 AM

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

    Contracts

    Contracts

    Examines the contracting lifecycle and key terms and conditions often found in state and local government contracts.

    9:30 AM - 9:45 AM

    Mid-Morning Break

    Mid-Morning Break

    9:45 AM - 12 PM

    Scope Management

    Scope Management

    Explains scope definition work planning, resource allocation, and change control.

    12 PM - 1 PM

    Lunch

    Lunch

    1 PM - 3 PM

    Workday Analytics

    Workday Analytics

    Explain the end-to-end employee lifecycle management metrics and skills.

    3 PM - 4 PM

    Guest Speaker - President & CEO, Bruce Caswell

    Guest Speaker - President & CEO, Bruce Caswell

    4 PM - 4:30 PM

    Wrap-Up

    Wrap-Up

    6 PM - 7:30 PM

    Networking Event

    Networking Event

  • 8 AM - 8:30 AM

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    8:30 AM - 10:15 AM

    Financial Management

    Financial Management

    Introduces the principles and practices of project financial management.

    10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

    Mid-Morning Break

    Mid-Morning Break

    10:30 AM - 12 PM

    Financial Management Continued

    Financial Management Continued

    Introduces the principles and practices of project financial management.

    12 PM - 1 PM

    Lunch

    Lunch

    1 PM - 2 PM

    Quality and Risk Management

    Quality and Risk Management

    Exposes project managers to the risk and issue management techniques used to run a successful project. Addresses Quality Planning, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Continuous Improvement.

    2 PM - 2:15 PM

    Afternoon Break

    Afternoon Break

    2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

    SOA PMO Library

    SOA PMO Library

    Library: Describes the Organizational Structure and Scope of Responsibility of the SOA PMO and its value.

    3:15 PM - 4:30 PM

    Stakeholder Management and Project Closeout

    Stakeholder Management and Project Closeout

    Informs on how to work with project stakeholders, which includes all the people who are involved with or affected by a project. It also explains the close-out phase of a project and describes the activities that must be performed during this phase.

    4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

    Wrap-Up

    Wrap-Up

  • 8 AM - 8:30 AM

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    8:30 AM - 10 AM

    Resource Management

    Resource Management

    Reviews the people management knowledge areas of the MAXIMUS Project Manager Position Profile. It provides an overview of hiring, training, staffing, and managing employees in the MAXIMUS context.

    10 AM - 10:15 AM

    Mid-Morning Break

    Mid-Morning Break

    10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

    Traditional Project Management vs Agile Project Management

    Traditional Project Management vs Agile Project Management

    Explores several key risks often faced on projects, and how Agile can help solve these problems, and when a traditional project management approach using "Predictive planning" is more appropriate.

    11:30 AM - 12 PM

    Boot Camp Wrap-Up and Conclusion

    Boot Camp Wrap-Up and Conclusion

Speakers
Speakers
  • Bruce Caswell (President & CEO)

    Bruce Caswell

    President & CEO

  • Mark Andrekovich (Chief of Human Capital)

    Mark Andrekovich

    Chief of Human Capital

  • Phyllis Fish (Senior Vice President- SOA-PMO)

    Phyllis Fish

    Senior Vice President- SOA-PMO

  • David Mutryn (Senior Vice President-  Controller)

    David Mutryn

    Senior Vice President- Controller

  • Bruce Perkins (Senior Vice President-Legal)

    Bruce Perkins

    Senior Vice President-Legal

  • Vince Gonzalez (Vice President – Learning and Development)

    Vince Gonzalez

    Vice President – Learning and Development

  • Karen (Kerry) Nevel (Director - Human Capital)

    Karen (Kerry) Nevel

    Director - Human Capital

  • BS

    Brendon Scharf

    Director HC Workforce Planning

  • Jonathan Therriault (Director- HC Workforce Planning & Analytics)

    Jonathan Therriault

    Director- HC Workforce Planning & Analytics

  • NS

    Neera Shah

    Senior Manager- Finance and Accounting

  • Mikal Ankrah (Manager - SOA PMO)

    Mikal Ankrah

    Manager - SOA PMO

  • Henry Valvert (Analyst 3 – Finance & Accounting)

    Henry Valvert

    Analyst 3 – Finance & Accounting

  • Enomwoyi (Noe) Woods (Manager- Finance & Accounting)

    Enomwoyi (Noe) Woods

    Manager- Finance & Accounting

  • Monica Buehrle (Manager- Learning and Devlopment)

    Monica Buehrle

    Manager- Learning and Devlopment

  • Mariam Hutchinson (Director- Learning and Development)

    Mariam Hutchinson

    Director- Learning and Development

  • Darren D. Criglar (Senior Manager – Learning and Development)

    Darren D. Criglar

    Senior Manager – Learning and Development

  • Robert (Bobby) Meeson (Senior Specialist – Learning and Development)

    Robert (Bobby) Meeson

    Senior Specialist – Learning and Development

  • Mark Tolbert (PMP, PMI-ACP at Best Practices Training, LLC)

    Mark Tolbert

    PMP, PMI-ACP at Best Practices Training, LLC

Sponsors and Partners
Sponsors and Partners