This is an exciting year for the PMI Sioux Empire Chapter with it being our 15 year anniversary as a chapter! We have an excellent group of speakers lined up to help you and your team take home lots of information that can be put to use immediately in your business. The PMI Summit (formally known as Symposium) will have three tracks again this year covering each leg of the talent triangle with Leadership, Startegic and Technical topics. Another exciting change is that we have moved the PMI Summit to the campus of the University of Sioux Falls which has allowed us to keep the cost of the Summit low as well as bring in a wide variety of speakers.
The networking session was a huge hit last year so it has been brought back again! You will also hear from the new Mayor of the City of Sioux Falls, Mayor Paul Ten Haken on his strategic vision for Sioux Falls. Several of the sessions during the day will have everyone together but others you will be able to pick from the 3 tracks and attend the topics that most interest you. Think 3D is also back again this year and they have a 2 session workshop in the afternoon of which you will need to attend both. This will be a very interactive presentation and will have limited seating of 40 people to be able to ensure you get the most from the presentation.
As you register this year you will notice that you will be asked to register for the sessions that you would like to attend. The technical sessions as welll as the Think 3D sessions will all have a maximum attendance of 40 persons so these will be cut off on registration once we reach that level. Please register early if you would like to attend those!
Please note: when registering, please do so via a web browser and not your mobile device. With the new format of registering for individual sessions the mobile device may not work properly. As in the past, you are able to obtain a group discount when registering groups of 4 or more people and that process is streamlined this year. If you are registering for a group you will want to get their session preferences prior to starting the group registration process.