PMI Southwest Virginia Chapter

November Chapter Meeting - LUNCH AND LEARN

November Chapter Meeting - LUNCH AND LEARN

Have you ever jumped from an airplane? Journey of delivering a complex project in government sector

Large-Scale Public-Sector Technology Projects are complex and challenging. 

Gain an insight into how public sector projects are different and what makes them so complex. Come and learn about an exciting turnaround of a public sector project that went on for almost a decade with multiple failures. What were some of the key strategies used to make this project successful? How can you use some of the learnings from this experience to manage your projects more effectively and deliver value to the customer? Learn about the “real” Digital Transformation journey in implementing a Permitting System for the City of Portland.


Learning Objectives: 

Actionable tips that can be used by those who are managing complex projects

Enhance professional knowledge around driving large & complex transformation

Gain insight into complexities and challenges in a government technology project


Speaker information: 

Energetic … engaging … lively … enthusiastic … inspiring … words that are often used to describe Saby. A speaker with the uncanny ability to look at the normal and see something quite different, Saby shares his life stories and has a fun way to look at life as well as live life. You are guaranteed to learn a thing or two on your journey from his unique perspective. He is a Technology Leader, Angel Investor, Professor, Mentor, Coach, Project & Program Management Expert, Change Leader and Volunteer Leader with a diverse experience of over 20 years in both public and private sector.


An internationally recognized speaker, trainer and coach, Saby has led multiple diverse clients in their business transformation through project successes, bolstering communications across various departments, and assisted customers in creating effective solutions to complex problems. Saby is currently working as CIO and CISO at Clackamas Community College. He speaks four languages, enjoys working with people and brings enthusiasm, inspiration & leadership qualities.


Event Properties

Event Date 11-10-2020 12:00 pm
Event End Date 11-10-2020 1:00 pm
Registration Start Date 12-09-2019
Cut off date 11-11-2020
Individual Price Member Free/ Non-Member $5
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