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Categories: congress, events, PMI

Can you believe it's already February? Before you know it, flowers will be blooming in North America and some of us will be on our way to Barcelona for the PMI® Global Congress 2016 - EMEA

One of the areas of focus for this year is Managing Complexity. The Managing Complexity track demonstrates the management of complexity in projects and programs, including methodologies, technology enablers and the effect on the value chain. 

Topics include:

  • Program Management Initiation - What to focus on in the first 90 days | Andrew Charles Galbus, Mayo Clinic      
  • Managing turbulence in project environments: learning from nature and ecosystems | Roberto Cimino, eni          
  • Elephant on Thin Ice: Navigating Complexity through Project Culture | Simona Bonghez, Colors in Projects      

Want to know more? Be sure to register today for the PMI® Global Congress 2016 - EMEA soon! Early bird registration ends 10 February.

Hope to see you in Barcelona!

Posted by Marjorie Anderson on: February 04, 2016 01:44 PM | Permalink | Comments (3)
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