asapm Project Management Symposium
Monday, March 5, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
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asapm's Project Management Symposium: Delivering the Promise
Join a group of project management experts in this engaging one-day symposium to explore critical project management challenges in today's society. How can effective projects manifest real world changes that improve our ability to thrive in an ever crowded planet? This interactive day will engage you and provide you with real world tools and approaches that can be deployed immediately.
Four key audiences have expectations about the role of Project and Program Management, in delivering the promises of efficient, effective, and beneficial change:
- Individual PM Practitioners
- Project Teams and Stakeholders
- Enterprise Managers and Executives, and
- Nations and Society.
Today’s competent project and program managers are Delivering the Promise. What are those promises? Among others, PM Practitioners expect to improve project performance, increase job satisfaction and add new career opportunities. Enterprise Executives expect greater transparency into project efforts, and demonstrated return on investment. And they expect this promise to be kept: Projects are the actions that implement our strategies.
New Membership Special!
If you are not a current asapm member, you can join (or rejoin) asapm and receive a discount, by following these steps:
1. Register now using the New Membership Discount option for your Order.
2. Complete your membership information on the page at the asapm website. Note that after you select the Add My Application button, you are finished; you have already paid!
When & Where
Line of Sight, SPARK
SPARK Business Growth Programs drive businesses to new heights. Looking to chart a new path forward? Need to sharpen your team's skills? The SPARK Business Growth Program are designed for mid-, senior- and executive-level managers to drive organizations to their fullest potential.
Dr. J. Davidson Frame, Academic Dean of the University of Management and Technology, will speak on the topic, Black Swans or White? Exploring the premises of the unmanageability of high impact, low probability events. His session examines the premises of Black Swan events to see the extent to which they are truly unpredictable and unmanageable.
Australian Project Management Institute President David Hudson to Keynote.