The Art of Project Management: Wait, What's my Job? (Course 1)
Wait, What’s My Job? kicks off a 4-part Project Management Series tailored to reflect the deep interdisciplinary collaboration that distinguishes design and construction practice in our region.
The kick-off course is all about getting to know one another, defining the role of a project manager, establishing shared meaning on terms, and defining that the ‘secret sauce’ of great project management is (spoiler alert!) not the newest project management tools (but we’ll touch on those briefly). Rather, it’s the “soft” skills and techniques you use every day that matter most. Hear from your peers and interdisciplinary panelists about what it means to be a collaborative project manager.
The series has been designed sequentially for cohort-based learning for architects, engineers and contractors at every table. Registrants should consider participating in all four classes (March-June) for optimal benefit. Visit this page to learn more about the full series and registration costs.
A LA CARTE REGISTRATION: A few a la carte registration spots are now available for each individual course. Firms may not purchase a series registration with the intent to send a different individual to each session. Please register each individual for their respective course. Please direct any registration inquiries to Zoe Guckenheimer.
Registration has closed for this program.
All courses will be held at The Mountaineers, 7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115.
Course 1 | Wait, What’s My Job?
March 4, 2020 (full day)
Course 2 | Can’t Work Without ‘Em… (people!)
April 1, 2020 (full day)
Course 3 | Making it Work (in the day-to-day)
May 6, 2020 (full day)
Course 4 | Change Management with (relative) Ease
June 3, 2020 (full day)
In alignment with AIA Seattle’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions and support sustainable food sourcing, all catered meals are vegetarian.
Special thanks to our Project Management Series Planning Taskforce
Marlene Chen, AIA, LEED AP | Olson Kundig
Christopher Colley, RA, Assoc. DBIA, LEED AP | Graham Construction
Reeve Elliott | Seneca Group
Mohammed Haq, P.E. | PAE Engineers
Patreese Martin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C | Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Heather Skeehan | GLY Construction
Ted Sive | Ted Sive Consulting | Program Moderator
Special thanks to our Project Management Series Sponsors
Registration or Credit Questions?
Contact Zoe Guckenheimer Program and Project Coordinator at AIA Seattle
Program Content Questions?
Contact Cassie Blair, Associate Director of Programs & Impact at AIA Seattle