Project Management Networking Forum

About PMNF

The Georgia Tech Project Management Networking Forum (PMNF) presents an opportunity for the Georgia Tech community to come together and discuss how they plan, manage, and execute projects. We will learn from each other as we share our experiences and explore ways in which we might better equip ourselves to manage the initiatives we have been asked to lead.

The mission of PMNF is to create a community of practice to foster and encourage the professional development of highly skilled project, program, and portfolio managers, competent and confident in their capacity to drive projects.


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Past Speakers

Sonia Alvarez-Robinson and Tiffany Owens presented ISP Implementation: Transitioning from Strategy to Action.

Kenny Pugh presented Intro to Agile: an Alternative Approach to PM, a glimpse into Coca-Cola's transition from Waterfall to Agile. When does it make sense to transition and how do you articulate value? 

Kenny Pugh is an accomplished management professional and business consultant with over 22 years of technology, project management, and management consulting experience. His industry experience includes food & beverage, financial services (mortgage & banking), telecommunications, government, and manufacturing. He has worked with many of the world's top companies including Accenture, Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, Sarah Lee, Bank of America, AT&T, and a number of others. He is currently working with The Coca-Cola Company in the area of lab technology deployment.