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Brian also helped organize numerous conferences, joint meetings and speakers.
Organizing conferences gives you the opportunity to advance the knowledge level of your industry pay back to the community.
Here's a partial list from the most recent conferences.
|Sept 2008||PMI Career Fair||PMI Vice President at large||managed a team of eleven volunteers|
|Sept 2007||PMI Career Fair||Professional Development speakers|
|Nov. 1994||PMI North American Conference in Vancouver||Information systems stream marketing.|
|Nov. 1992||DPMA Conference||Program co-manager||.|
|May 1983||James Martin talk in Vancouver, Joint meeting of DPMA, CIPS and IEEE||Key organizer, initiated concept of a joint meeting||Huge success, 365 people attended|
|CIPS/PMI joint dinner meeting||Initiator and Educational session speaker|
|Jan 1998||Vancouver Object-oriented users group||Co-founder|
|Feb.80||DPMA Conference||Program Co Chairman||Three day conference with three streams and three speakers on each topic within streams.|
|Feb.81||Vancouver PC users group||Co founder, program chairman and life-long member|
About Brian Mullen, M.Sc., president of I.S.P. information systems planning corp.
ISP ensures project success through proven methods and tools. We apply the best practices of leading organizations and continuously improve our methods. Training introduces these strategies to an organization. Coaching speeds their adoption. Brainstorming stimulates thinking and unlocks people’s creativity throughout all project phases and activities.
Concurrent documentation supports communication and helps decisions stick. The ISP project management course materials now include a thousand pages of course material.
ISP offers a wide variety of in-house training courses to clients. The most popular are Project Management and Microsoft Project. You can see a detailed agenda for each course by clicking on the course name in the table below:
Warning: This web site under continuous improvement.
Click here List of Recommended books on Project Management, Team Building, Estimating, Software Development methodologies, requirements definition, and Microsoft Project.
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