The Seven Deadly Sins of Project Management: The Next Rocky Mountain Digital Project Manager Talk

Becky Tornes, Former Senior Project Manager

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On Thursday, October 23, Rocky Mountain Digital Project Managers will get together for another great presentation from a local Digital Project Manager.

About the Meetup

Join us for our first meetup in Denver, hosted by Effective UI, with Pizza and beer provided by Viget! This meetup will feature Keren Nimmo, Vice President of Client Engagement for EffectiveUI, discussing the “Seven Deadly Sins of Project Management”.  Keren will expand on an article she wrote recently by explaining how project managers have often been devalued and even given advice that may make them appear less capable than they truly are.  Learn how behaviors such as “Don’t Take Notes” can elevate the role of project managers from that of order-takers to strategic leaders.

About Keren

A transformational business and technology leader with 16+ years of experience on the client-side, in agencies, and in management consulting, Keren is known for building world-class teams, pushing transformational change, and applying human-centered design to solve complex business challenges. She is responsible for delivering superior and differentiated customer experiences while simultaneously achieving operational excellence.

Prior to EffectiveUI, Keren was the Director of Business Transformation (included ePMO) at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. She was responsible for leading a team of Project Managers, Business Analysts and Quality Assurance Analysts who were charged with enabling innovation and change, managing large and complex system implementations and optimizing business processes.

Are you a Digital Project Manager in or around the Rocky Mountain area? Please join us Thursday, October 23rd!

Are you interested in sponsoring or presenting at a future Boulder Web PM Meetup? Let me know!
About the Rocky Mountain Digital Project Managers Meetup: We are Project Managers working in the internet industry. Our titles aren't necessarily Project Manager, but it's certainly a common responsibility we have at work. We want to discuss with other Boulder Project Managers how they handle challenges, what tools they use, and what tips they might have to share. We meet on the fourth Thursday of every month, and try to regularly mix in discussions with presentations.

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