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Date:
10 March 2020
Time:
18:00-20:30
Venue:
The Ageas Bowl Botley Road West End SOUTHAMPTON HAMPSHIRE SO30 3XH

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2
Cost:
Non member ticket: £10.00
Member ticket: FREE
Organiser:
Wessex branch

Projecting the Future

The Ageas Bowl, Botley Road, West End, Southampton, Hampshire, SO30 3XH

The Association for Project Management – the chartered body for the project profession launched in June 2019 a thought-leadership campaign: ‘Projecting the Future’.

Projecting the Future is a 'big conversation' with members and stakeholders about the future of the project profession. Having achieved Chartered status, what's next? How does the profession thrive in a world being changed by factors like robotics and AI, changing work pattern, climate change, and the 100-year human life?

The initiative is intended to promote a debate on the role of the project profession to ensure its future by exploring six major challenges that are reshaping the business environment and society and the future role of the project profession in delivering value to organisations. These ‘challenges’ will help focus the profession as to how it can help improve and deliver our future.  This event will provide an outline of campaign and act as a forum for discussion on ideas for the future of the profession.

 

David Thomson
Head, External Affairs - Association for Project Management


David is Head of External Affairs for the Association for Project Management (APM) and is responsible for external engagement, research, thought leadership and policy. He takes an active role in promoting the chartered project profession following APM’s transition to a chartered body and the launch of the chartered register in 2018. The APM thought leadership programme includes the new APM Research Fund, research summary series as well as policy reports and other major research activity, including the new campaign about the future of the project profession – called ‘Projecting the Future’.  Prior to this he worked for the Chartered Insurance Institute 2007-16 and Barclays 1995-2007.

 

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This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.

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