PMI-Montréal project management blog

Judges needed for the IISE case competition

  The undergraduate students will have 3 hours to solve the provided case. Presentations will take place from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm with each having a duration of 10 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of Q&A. Afterwards, judges will have 30 minutes to discuss and choose the winning tea[...]

Evolving Into Managers of Change

The lessons we have learned, and sharing with extraordinary individuals from around the globe, allow us to make PMI-Montreal a better place for its members, and will bring us towards project management 2.0, if not 3.0. We need to evolve into managers of change. We discussed[...]

Boosting Employee Engagement on Your Next Project

  This company, which added almost 800 people to its team in 2013, lists its number one priority as attracting, developing, and engaging talent, keeping staff motivated with compensation and benefit programs, leadership development, and talent management. As noted in a study by S[...]

Project audit: Why? For whom? By whom?

  A project audit aims to answer these questions to determine the project’s current performance, the company’s exposure to risk and, ultimately, if the project needs to be saved.   An audit can be seen as an additional expense, especially in a project that is not going quite ri[...]

Pablo Aceiton, PMP

I have a Bachelor's degree in Business Management (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso-PUCV). As part of this program I was awarded a scholarship for an exchange program between my university in Chile and Lethbridge University in Canada. Through this experience, I lear[...]