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Director Roles (from linked chapter bylaws) –
The PRESIDENT shall be the chief executive officer for PMI Tulsa and of the Board, and shall perform such duties as are customary for presiding officers, including making all required appointments with the approval of the Board. The President shall also serve as a member ex-officio with the right to participate and vote on all committees except the Nominating Committee.
The VICE PRESIDENT shall keep the records of all business meetings of PMI Tulsa and meetings of the Board. The Vice President will fulfill Presidential responsibilities in the absence of the President.
The DIRECTOR of FINANCE shall oversee the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of PMI Tulsa. THIS POSITION IS ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TIMELY AND ACCURATE REPORTING OF THE CHAPTER’S FINANCIAL STATE TO INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO: MONTHLY REPORTS, YEAREND FINANCIAL SUMMARY, BASELINE AND REVISED BUDGETS.
The DIRECTOR of MEMBERSHIP shall maintain the records of PMI Tulsa membership and prospective members, following up with members who either have not paid their dues, are set to expire or to find out why members have left PMI Tulsa. This position will also coordinate meeting check-in and gather attendance records for any PMI Tulsa meetings/events.
The DIRECTOR of PROGRAMS shall direct the preparation and presentation of programs related to project management for chapter meetings, managing all physical and financial arrangements for PMI Tulsa Chapter membership meetings. This position is also responsible for the solicitation of regular feedback from members on satisfaction with chapter programs.
The DIRECTOR of TECHNOLOGY shall oversee all aspects of PMIT’s communication vehicles ensuring that both timely and accurate information is disbursed to the membership and prospective members. Additionally, this position will oversee the relationship of all technology vendors
(website, teleconference, video/POD casting, etc.) and will work to ensure suitable contract terms with said vendors.
The DIRECTOR of CORPORATE OUTREACH shall oversee the annual fulfillment of PMI Tulsa’s Corporate Sponsorship Initiatives, publicizing the benefits of PMI Tulsa to corporations and securing annual funds against PMI Tulsa’s budget. This position will be responsible for PMI Tulsa’s
Registered Company Coordinator (RCC) position and the roles outlined in that document.
The DIRECTOR of SOCIAL/PUBLICITY shall be responsible for the planning of the annual Golf Tournament, Holiday Party and Happy Hour. Additionally this role is the liaison back to the public and is responsible for the obtaining and distributing of all PMIT propaganda across all mediums.
The DIRECTOR of PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT shall develop and maintain a program to assist the members of the PMI Tulsa Chapter in their efforts to attain PMP® certification while serving as the PMI Tulsa Chapter liaison with PMI for PMP® certification and re-certification requirements or other education-related issues. Additionally, this position will coordinate professional development programs and seminars related to project management.
The DIRECTOR of COMMUNITY OUTREACH serves as the liaison into PMI’s Educational Foundation and is responsible for heading up PMI Tulsa’s Community Services endeavors with the Tulsa Chamber and/or Non-Profit Agencies. The Community Outreach Director will also serve
as PMIT’s Volunteer Coordinator.
The DIRECTOR(S) AT LARGE (x2) shall serve as board bench strength for the chapter, acting as committee leads and/or as replacements for vacated board positions if necessary. They will also serve as a resource, providing subject and process matter expertise, to newly elected board members.
The TRUSTEE shall be act as a chapter historian and knowledge management expert within the board. This position will be served by someone that has served on the board for at least two years but is not directly responsible for board duties. This is both a non-elected and non-voting position.
September 9, 2016 | Theater Room 150, OSU-Tulsa 11:30am to 1pm | Register Now!
Register and Pre Pay to be automatically entered in a drawing to receive a custom 30 ounce Yeti Cup to be given out at the meeting (Must be present to win)
Join Dr. Raj Basu, Vice-President of Academic Affairs for Oklahoma State University, Tulsa as he presents "A Manager's Guide to Power and Influence."
This highly energetic and interactive session (full of stories and anecdotes) will identify individuals' sources of personal power, how power can be better cultivated, and how it can be utilized to get almost anything. This session is ideally suited for mid to senior-level managers, sales personnel, and almost anyone involved in the business of convincing others (like Project Managers!!).
As the Chief Academic Officer of the university, he has overall responsibility for operations, development, and promotion of all academic programs. Dr. Basu researches and teaches in the areas of leadership, employee performance, team building, negotiations, dispute resolution, conflict-management, and change management. He consults extensively with organizations in the aerospace, energy, financial services, technology, government, and non-profit sectors.
Dr. Basu's research has been published in journals like the Journal of Engineering & Technology Management, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Employee Assistance Research, R&D Innovator, International Journal of Stress Management, etc. He is a member of the Academy of Management and the Southern Management Association.
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