APM Project Management Conference
Recognising the significant contribution that the project profession makes to society and the economy, the APM Conference Manchester 2019, sponsored by Hyde Park Solutions Ltd. this year focused on how the project profession can unlock a confident future through reflection on past achievements and learnings.
Topics relevant to project professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds were discussed, with concepts and ideas from the popular Power of the Profession conference series offering delegates practical takeaways that will add real value to day to day management of projects, programmes and portfolios.
Stay up to date with trends and developments by listening to influential speakers share their thought leadership.
Learn more about our generous conference sponsors and how they can help you ensure project success.
Discover how the products and services of leading organisations can give you a competitive advantage.
- Now is a critical time for the future evolution of the project profession and APM needs to have your views. Get involved and have your say. Join in with the webinar on July 1
- The profession needs to be more ambitious. Spread the good news stories, be proud of what you do and aspire to become CEO.
- Technology is going to have a big impact on the way you do your work. Set aside your fear, become an early adopter, take your people with you, and it will help you to deliver more effective projects.
- Projects need leaders who can connect their team. Projects are as much about managing relationships and adapting to change as they are about focusing on delivering outcomes. People skills matter.
- Ever greater complexity demands agility in mindset and in practice. Have a mindset that is open to change and promotes collaboration.
Association for Project Management Conference in Manchester calls out: ‘Now is a critical time for the future evolution of the project profession’
Crammed full of inspirational case studies, serious debate and thought-provoking findings, the Association for Project Management (APM) conference in Manchester this week, entitled ‘Power of Projects’, brought together 200 professionals and students who had the chance to network and learn from their peers.
APM chief executive Debbie Dore opened the day by restating APM’s commitment to raising the importance and profile of project management, to build capacity and expertise in the profession and to ensure it adapts and thrives in the future.
“As a profession, it’s really important to talk about the successes,”