This conference provides you with an opportunity to meet and engage with the experts and thought leaders who have implemented focused, efficient change programs in a wide variety of industries. Their experiences cut across all levels in both public and private sectors and above all they share a passion for the Agile approach to implementing change. In the full two-day program of presentations, workshops and interactive sessions, the emphasis will be on in-depth exploration of the topics, issues and challenges facing a wealth of organizations and individuals as they move beyond the initial implementation and strive to embrace and master Agile to achieve its full potential in any sector and in any culture. Who should attend? CEOs, CIOs, IT Directors, Program Managers, Project Managers, Product Managers, Change Leaders and Managers, Business Analysts, Team Leaders, PMO managers, Procurement Professionals and those interested in enterprise Agile and its governance.
Upcoming Project Management Events
STARWEST is the premier event for software testers and quality assurance professionals--covering all your testing needs with 100+ learning and networking opportunities: keynotes featuring recognized thought-leaders; in-depth half- and full-day tutorials; conference sessions covering major testing issues and solutions; complimentary bonus sessions; pre-conference training classes; the Expo, bringing you the latest in testing solutions; networking events including meeting the speakers, the Test Lab, nd more!
In this in-depth, two-day event, four workshops led by leading experts and attended by a small group of peers will help you redefine your PMO (and earn PDUs in the process!). In Workshop 1 ("Be a Business Driver, not a PMO passenger"), Mark Price Perry looks at ready-to-apply examples of business-driven PMO success. In Workshop 2 ("Harmonizing Project Management and Agile – Viva la Revolution!"), Dave Prior explores the impact that agile can have on a PMO. In Workshop 3 ("Succeed by Managing the Portfolio Lifecycle: Ideas Through to Benefits Realization"), Andy Jordan examines portfolio execution. And in the final workshop, an open-space meeting with all attendees investigates Redefining the PMO: Issues, Opportunities, and Breakthrough Thinking. Attendance is limited, so sign up today!
This conference will focus on the latest technologies and best practices emerging in the enterprise software development space. The speakers are authors, consultants, open source developers and recognized industry experts.
After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback about Australia's inaugural Scrum Gathering in 2013, Australia's only Scrum event is back to raise the mainsail, gather amidships, and set a course for Sydney. We will be docking at the NSWTF Conference Centre on 21-22 October. No matter whether you are crewing the smallest dingy or the largest cruise liner, Scrum Australia has something for all scales of agile culture.
Join thousands of your colleagues from around the world before or after PMI Global Congress - North America in Phoenix! If you're looking for one trip that gets you networking, in-depth learning and a beautiful destination, this is IT. We "bookend" Global Congress with 2-, 3- and 4-day intensive courses that will amp up your knowledge in a key area that can impact your next project.
Thousands of professionals in project management from across the globe gather to participate in a program and exhibit hall that will provide practical information to increase efficiency, productivity and profitability while tackling the challenges facing the project management profession.
The 2014 IPM Workshop is your chance to learn about project performance techniques, including earned value management (EVM). The workshop provides training, current topics from practicing professionals, access to world leaders in project performance management, networking and the latest in software and consulting to make your program successful.
The International Project Management Day (IPM day) is intended to encourage project-based organizations worldwide or organizations who utilize project management methodologies to schedule some type of recognition event within their organizations or coordinated locally with others to truly demonstrate appreciation for the achievements of project managers and their teams.
What better setting to strengthen your project journey than one of the world’s most historic cities. Sharpen skills and reinforce best practices during two-day courses on today’s most timely project management topics – value management, stakeholder management, change management and risk management. SeminarsWorld London courses align with PMI’s Talent Triangle, focusing on skills development in Leadership, Technical Project Management or Strategic and Business Management. Don’t miss this opportunity -- visit the city’s iconic attractions and also benefit from the stellar networking and skill-building experience that defines the SeminarsWorld.
From skyscrapers to Wall Street, New York is a project management mecca. Likewise, big training is coming to the big city with several four-day courses topping the schedule – The Evolving PMO, the Program Management MBA and an introduction to project management via the PMBOK Guide. Other courses – How to Capture Customer Requirements & Develop Scope”, as well as “Leading Strategic Initiatives (Program Management)” will help you sharpen your skills or master new ones. SeminarsWorld New York courses align with PMI’s Talent Triangle, focusing on skills development in Leadership, Technical Project Management or Strategic and Business Management. And before you head home, make sure to hit some of the restaurants recommended by colleagues -- there are 24,000 to choose from – and contribute to another travel statistic – visits to New York cultural venues have risen 30 percent since 2006.
In today’s complex global environment, across all industries enterprises are challenged to keep up with business demands. Project managers require data to help control costs and schedules, mitigate risk, optimize decision making, and streamline processes. Companies are starting to shift their strategic efforts from simply production to connecting ideas and strategies with project data, workflows, processes, and business performance. At this conference, you will discover how global organizations utilize the SAP Portfolio and Project Management application to enable the use of the available resources for the critical projects, while completing quality work on schedule and within budget. SAP customers and expert speakers will share their experiences of implementation and use of SAP solutions to support the full project lifecycle; from planning and execution to completion.
Synergy 2014 is a day-long professional development event, conducted by Project Management Institute (PMI) UK Chapter and supported by Government of UK. The theme of this conference is "Project Management – What’s new, what’s old and what works". It provides an opportunity for Project Management Practitioners across industries, government, academia, NGOs etc., to exchange ideas on the challenges and emerging trends in projects that are contributing to national and international objectives.
PMI invites you to join the experts at PMO Symposium 2014! With billions of dollars dependent on the success and failure of projects, organizations are striving to manage projects more efficiently. The best performing organizations approach project, program and portfolio management strategically from the way they implement their projects to the way they deliver them. The PMO Symposium is a unique and exclusive forum for PMO executives to convene to exchange ideas, to learn about the latest PMO research, and to network with peers and thought leaders from around the world.
Under the motto “The Pulse of Project Management,” the PM-Summit 2014 offers a platform for networking and experience exchange. A program of seminars and workshops, and exhibition stands, will present on leading-edge methodologies and soft skills.
With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, countless parks and gardens, and endless opportunities for pampering at the area’s many spas, San Diego is the perfect SeminarsWorld offering for busy project managers. But first, register for a one-day course on Next Generation Leadership or take deeper dives into two, three or four-day courses like Orchestrating Total Project Success - A Comprehensive Approach for Managing People, Projects and Organizational Change; Next Generation PMO and Portfolio Management; or Program Management to Deliver Strategies. SeminarsWorld San Diego courses align with PMI’s Talent Triangle, focusing on skills development in Leadership, Technical Project Management or Strategic and Business Management. You'll leave sunny Southern California with a fresh perspective and knowledge that will impact how you approach your next project.
EVM World 2015 Workshop is a chance to learn about project performance techniques, including earned value management (EVM). The workshop provides training, current topics from practicing professionals, access to world leaders in project performance management, networking, and the latest in software and consulting to make your program successful.
Ongoing Project Management Events
Agile Encore is an event bringing together Australian thinkers on leading technology teams, organizational culture and people, to share real, practical advice that can be implemented in any organization. Following the enormously successful Agile Australia 2014 Conference--which saw 950 technologists gather to learn, share, and network--Agile Encore reprises the most well-received talks from the conference in one punchy afternoon! Catch up on sessions your colleagues raved about, or see all the best bits of Agile Australia in one stream, on one afternoon.
Agile Bodensee 2014 will be held under the motto “Living Agile”. The conference is divided into one-day workshop (October 1) and one conference day (October 2).
England's premiere practical, hands-on Agile software development conference, set in picturesque Cambridge. Agile Cambridge 2014 is about sharing, not about sitting passively through talk after talk. The keynotes are the touchpaper that sets your day off.
Did you miss our January webinar with Lev Virine, Ph.D.? The Requirements Management Community of Practice was pleased to host Dr Lev Virine to help members of our Community understand "Why Good Project Managers Are Making Bad Choices". Most problems with project requirements result from human errors. Do you make bad choices that have detrimental affects on your projects based on your own gut feelings? Most of us would emphatically say "NO!" But are you not? Really? If you missed it, you can watch the recorded webinar by clicking the "Webinars" tab and filtering on "Recorded Webinars".