PMI® Research and Education Conference 2012 - Registration Now Open
Registration is now open for the PMI® Research and Education Conference 2012, 15-18 July, Limerick, Ireland, a premier international project management research and education event that brings together scholars, senior practitioners and students of project management and allied disciplines. The conference will provide attendees with opportunities to discuss new project management research findings and teaching methods and to generate ideas that can be applied to project management practice. For more information on this event, please visit the conference website.
The conference will feature over 70 sessions that include proffered paper, poster, incubator, symposia presentations and plenary speakers listed below (more speakers to be announced):
Raymond E. Levitt, PhD Director, Collaborator for Research on Global Projects and Academic Director for Stanford Advanced Project Management Program, Stanford University
Dr. Levitt's presentation, "Toward Project Management 2.0," will address why key assumptions underlying PM 1.0 are frequently not valid, and will describe key elements for evolving PM 2.0 approaches to project management in various industries.
Christoph H. Loch, PhD Director, Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge University. Dr. Loch is the winner of the PMI 2011 PMI Research Achievement Award.
His address, "Ensuring Strategic Guidance for Projects," will focus on key challenges of major projects, uncertainty and stakeholder agreement on goals. Dr. Loch will describe strategies for obtaining sufficient project information, setting targets and measuring progress, responding to surprises and motivating team members.
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