A look forward
I had the opportunity to attend IIL’s IPM Day 2019 and listen to many keynotes including PMI President Sunil Prashara’s vision and actions being taken for PMI.
We truly are at an inflection point for the field of project management in the Project Economy as we expand the breadth, depth and path of the profession.
In the past few years, I have personally witnessed many of the issues being discussed in both “my day job” and in conversations with fellow business leaders, practitioners and educators. It is welcoming to see PMI’s focus on the next 50 years as we evolve through all of the buzzwords and concepts: Traditional, Agile, Bi-modal, Tri-modal, Scrum, SAFe, Disciplined Agile, Flex and the list goes on. The profession needs practitioners and leaders like you to navigate the future reality.
At PMI Houston, we have been involved in the journey with PMI and the future of the organization. One recent example was the Houston Chapter identified as an early adopter for the re-branding initiative. If you happened to be surfing our website late one Saturday evening in October, you would have noted that the PMI Houston site reflected the new brand as it was announced globally. We continue to partner with PMI Global to evolve with the organization to meet the local needs of our members.
Tactically – the election of the 2020 Board of Director open positions should be available to you as you read this. The 2019 Board of Directors is working to complete remaining items and beginning to support the planning and transition for the incoming 2020 board of directors.
As always – I welcome any thoughts, feedback or comments to [email protected]
Mini Bio Series
Daniel Teran, PMP, PMI-ACP
Tell us a little about yourself!
I started Project Management in 2015. I have experience in project management for all size projects with an emphasis on quality, cost, and enhancing profits. As a project manager, I have demonstrated the ability to device winning strategies, plans, and procedures to continued success as a leader capable of building relationship skills as well as motivating and developing technology teams.
How long have you been working in Project Management and what's your current professional position?
I have worked as a Project Manager for over 4 years and I am currently working for a great technology company that provides network services to customers all over Texas.
How long have you been involved with the Houston PMI® Chapter and in what capacities?
I have been a PMI member since 2017
What are the biggest benefits you’ve realized from volunteering at PMIH?
Building strong relationships with my peers.
Describe the most interesting/challenging/exciting project you've ever been involved with.
I enjoy working on Unified Communication (UC) upgrade projects. Cisco Collaboration VoIP is the most challenging but rewarding project to work on.
Feel free to add any other work or personal tidbits you think would be an interesting add.
I have a Bachelors Degree in Computer Information System from the University of Houston. Go Coogs!