PMI-Montréal project management blog

A remarkable list of recommended reading from the 2016 Symposium!

  Meet pleasant, generous people who support our business book club. Micheline Bourque, president of the Club de lecture Affaires, interviewed willing participants and speakers from the 2016 Symposium.    Literature On Leadership Is Always A Winner Leaderships is a topic which te[...]

Sylvie Leduc, an ambassador for “More Fearless Change”!

“I accepted the Club de lecture Affaires invitation as a member of Agile Montreal – a community of people who practice agility, be it in software development and project management in the field of information technology. Lately, she explains, we’ve also broached the subject of o[...]

Sylvie Beausoleil presents Le management d’événement, by Jacques Renaud

She was a lecturer the 2015 PMI-Montreal Symposium, during which she took a moment to speak about “Le Management d’événement” by Jacques Renaud, a book she truly appreciated. The book offers a global approach to management that is applicable to any kind of event, regardless of i[...]

Chantal Bernier shares a book on governance: “The Imperfect Board Member” by Jim Brown

Bernier gave us a preview of the conference she presented at the Symposium, titled “Un modèle de gestion de risque organisationnel pour la protection de la vie privée.” “Given that PMI is about project management, I’ll be sharing the best practices to integrate personal informat[...]

Olivier Mesly Sheds Light on Project Feasibility

During the 2015 Montreal Symposium, Olivier Mesly gave a conference on Points of Vulnerability (POV) in project management. “It’s a theme that’s very dear to me, he said. Studies on feasibility seem to forget the difference between risk, an external threat, and vulnerability, an [...]