APM National Conference for Women in Project Management
In its 25th Year the APM Women in Project Management (WiPM) SIG is proud to present the 2018 APM National Conference for Women in Project Management sponsored by BAE Systems, which will be held on Tuesday 25 September at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London.
The conference, which this year explores the theme ‘Empowerment’ aims to give women who work in all areas of project management the tools to develop a highly rewarding career, create a powerful profile and empower their teams as respected leaders. Three streams will cover a range of topics:
- Empowering Self: Raise your profile and take charge of your career.
- Empowering Teams: Lead your team to successful projects.
- Mini Masterclass Delivery Skills: Enhance your project management delivery skill set.
Project managers at all stages of their career will benefit from attending this conference – prepare to feel empowered!
Date: Tuesday 25 September 2018
** Please note that the early bird rate has now expired **
- Member rate - £252
- Non-member -£288
- Student - £72
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Emma Dutton MBE
Emma initially served as an Engineer Officer in the RAF but was quickly drawn to the influence capability of Military Intelligence.
Over five tours of Afghanistan, Emma was placed in leadership and governance roles, leading teams to collect life-saving information.
Have you been working on a project related to academic research? Would you like to showcase your work at the upcoming APM conference?
The APM Women in Project Management Specific Interest Group are offering you the unique opportunity to exhibit a project of which you are particularly proud at the Annual APM National Conference for Women in Project Management 2018, sponsored by BAE Systems. We are inviting you to prepare and display an A1 poster detailing a project or piece of research that is a personal achievement, illustrating the challenges and how they contributed to the project's success and the benefits of your findings. You will be able to present this to other delegates at the conference, which takes place on Tuesday 25 September at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London.
Please download this example of how to structure your poster. This is only a guide so you are welcome to develop your own format.
Please submit your entry along with the title and short summary of your case study for consideration by email, the closing date is the 27 August 2018. Successful contributors will be notified in early September. Please note this competition is only open to those who have purchased a ticket to attend the conference as delegates.