APM to attend 2016 IPMA Research conference
Posted by APM on 18th Aug 2016
The Association for Project Management will be attending the 2016 IPMA research conference held in Reykjavik, Iceland to explore the theme of Project Management and Sustainability.
The fourth IPMA research conference will be co-hosted by Verkefnastjounarfelag Islands (Project Management Association of Iceland) and Reykjavik University which aims to bring together leading researchers and academics, practitioners and those with an interest in the subject of project management and sustainability.
The value lies primarily in what happens during the conference, through the fruitful discussions, workshops, world caf sessions and networking that results when people with different backgrounds and perspectives meet to discuss important subjects such as this.
By bringing together a number of worlds Project Management experts into one room, the event seeks to explore how as an industry we can overcome sustainability issues across the globe, something which can’t be solved without a joint effort and the shared will to change things for the better.
There are limited places left at the conference, if you wish to attend please register as soon as possible to secure your place or alternatively for further information please visit:http://ipmaresearch2016.com/
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