Corporate Outreach

Mission & Objectives

The PMI Great Lakes Chapter (GLC) Corporate Outreach Program is the liaison between PMI and the companies located in the Chapter’s geographic area. PMI GLC Corporate Outreach utilizes Needs Analysis Interviews with corporate representatives who have responsibility for implementing and leading project/program management in their companies help determine relevant issues. 

GLC Corporate

Outreach has two tracks (focus areas):

Track 1 - Corporate Roundtables

Corporate Roundtables are facilitated discussions between project management leaders from local corporations.  Rotating corporate host presenters select pertinent topics on their challenges and successes and then share that information with their corporate peers.  More than forty roundtables have been conducted since September 2002.

2018 Initiatives

  • 1st Quarter Corporate Roundtable - TBD
  • 2nd Quarter Corporate Roundtable - TBD
  • 3rd Quarter Corporate Roundtable - TBD
  • 4th Quarter Corporate Roundtable - TBD

For information specific to Corporate Roundtables, please contact us via email at .

Track 2 - Affiliates & Partners

Affiliates &Partners is our program to establish reciprocal agreements between PMI Great Lakes chapter and non-profit professional organizations for the mutual benefit of each membership and/or audience. Participating partners are in a position to enhance the products and services that they offer through joint advertising and support for each other's endeavors such as professional development seminars, trade fairs, job fairs, etc. 

For information specific to Corporate Affiliates, please contact us via email at

Visit our Affiliates' websites (listed on the Affiliates webpage) to see their current offerings and event schedules.

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