Rocky Mountain Digital Project Manager Presentation: Aten Design Group

On Thursday, January 22, Rocky Mountain Digital Project Managers will get together for another great presentation from local digital leaders.

With a new year comes a new format for RMDPM meetups. Going forward, we're hoping local agencies and companies will not only host our meetups, but also give a presentation on their agency and their processes.

To kick this off, we're excited for Aten Design Group (in Denver) to host the January meetup! Aten will have 3 people discussing 3 topics that are near and dear to the Aten heart:

  • Sandra Chung will talk about saying yes to scope creep.
  • Joe Crespo will walk through case studies showing how small, incremental changes can have a big effect on ongoing projects.
  • Scott Reynen will discuss how to effectively use open source in your projects.

Aten will also be providing pizza and beverages!

Are you a Digital Project Manager in or around the Rocky Mountain area? Please join us Thursday, January 22!

  • What: RMDPM Presentation: Aten Design Group
  • When: Thursday, January 22, at 6:00PM (6:00-6:30 will be mingling with food and drink, and the talk will start at 6:30).
  • Where: Aten, 3507 Ringsby Court Suite 111, Denver, CO 80216
  • Why: To gather as a PM community and learn how one local agency approaches challenges we’ve all likely faced.
  • RSVP: Please RSVP on the meetup’s page

Are you interested in sponsoring or presenting at a future Rocky Mountain DPM Meetup? Let me know!

About the Rocky Mountain Digital Project Managers Meetup: On the fourth Thursday evening of every month we partner up with a Boulder or Denver-based organization to host Rocky Mountain Digital Project Managers. Amazing insight is guaranteed, and whether the agenda features a presentation by a leader in our community or a more informal round-table discussion, there will always be craft beers and tasty pizza. Our goals are to bring together a community of those who manage projects in the internet industry facing common challenges, foster friendships for a lifetime, and collectively work to improve our craft and industry.