Communities of Practice
CEUs and PDUs!
We are excited to tell you that Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) and Professional Development Units (PDUs) are now available. CEUs are available through the University of Washington Tacoma and PDUs are available through the Puget Sound Chapter of the Project Management Institute.
Programs, Professional Development Events, and Communities of Practice are all eligible for CEUs and fit into one of the three PS-PMI pillars for PDUs!
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Welcome to 2020!
We are excited about this year!
On January 25th we had our board retreat and established direction for this year.I am happy to report that PNODN is headed in the right direction! Here are a just a few of the things we are excited about -
CEU’s – Members who choose will be able to translate every 10 hours of Training, Programs, and Communities of Practice into continuing education credits from the University of Washington in Tacoma.
PDU’s – Those with a PMP certification who are trying to stay current are able to get PDU’s for most PNODN events.
Volunteers needed! – Jesse Enlund, our new Director of Volunteers, is ready to help those who want to volunteer find the right role at PNODN. We have many opportunities!Upcoming programs – We are thrilled to have Warner Burke, John Scherer, Peter Block, Fred Miller, Dan Leahy, Jeff McAuliffe, Kristina Katayama, on the docket and more.
Share your expertise! Present! - Propose a Professional Development Training, Networking Event, or Program. We are always looking for more!
New Partners - I must mention our partners ISDI and PS-PMI., We are excited to be teaming with them and others such as ASTps to increase reach and help the greater Pacific Northwest. PNODN is focusing on doing more collaboration across sectors in Seattle because we know there are so many practitioners out there to connect!
Come help us build a strong, supportive OD community. People all over the pacific northwest are transforming their organizations daily, even if they do not call it that. Our belief is the need for OD is greater than ever and as such, so is the need to hone skills, get support, give back to the community, and build lasting relationships.
Thanks for your support and help in taking PNODN to the next level.
Pacific Northwest Organization Development Network (PNODN) is a professional organization cultivating knowledge, fostering collaboration, and a community engaging one another. We are committed to developing personal, organizational, and community capacity to realize relevant and compelling results.
Organization Development is a dynamic values-based approach to systems change in organizations and communities; it strives to build the capacity to achieve and sustain a new desired state that benefits the organization or community and the world around them.