February 2020 Project Showcase (Featuring Mr. Andrew McCann)

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Project Showcase Topic: Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS): How it started and the art of the Possible

Project Showcase Presenter: Mr. Andrew McCann (ITILv4, ITIL Practioner, PMP, MS)

Presentation Website: https://www.axelos.com/welcome-to-itil-4

Presentation Abstract:

Just as PMI has and continues to further develop & modernize the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, the IT Service Management industry is also undergoing updates to their core curriculum. 2019 saw the launch of the ITIL4 Foundations guidance, as well as the rollout of the Transition course for v3 Experts and the first of the new intermediate modules. Additional modules that make up the new certification schema will continue to be released into 2020, as well as a continuous stream of guidance on various practices that get posted on Axelos.com website.

Join PMI-Montgomery County Chapter member Andy McCann as he gives an overview of the latest changes included in this IT Service Management framework. ITIL is the most commonly used framework for delivering IT services across the globe. As Project Managers, we are often charged with overseeing its adoption in an organization, so the more we know about it, the better prepared we can be for that. This overview will enable you to discuss the changes in a way that belies your true understanding and offer suggestions on how to improve your understanding and obtain the appropriate certification to help you transition to ITIL4.

Presentation Biography:

Mr. Andy McCann is a former board member of the Montgomery County chapter, having served multiple terms earlier this century. He has been an ITIL Expert since 2010 and taught ITIL4 Foundations class last year, the first time it was offered in the DC area. He was the first candidate from North America to complete the transition class for v3 Experts, held in London this past August. He continues to offer periodic ITIL training classes and manages a team of ServiceNow developers at NIH.


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