Author Adrian Dooley to speak at APM Conference

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Posted by APM on 21st Jan 2015

20|20 Business Insight

By booking your place at the APM Project Management Conference 2015 sponsored by 20|20 Business Insight will ensure you hear from the professions most influential and thought-provoking speakers.

The Myth Busting event taking place in London on 19th March has added another leading expert to the speaker line up: APM Conference favourite, Adrian Dooley.

Adrian DooleyOriginally a construction project manager, Adrian founded The Projects Group in 1986 and for 25 years conducted training and consultancy assignments in many industry sectors including rail, airlines, retail, manufacturing, finance and IT.

Adrian was one of the original authors of the Pertmaster planning software package, a founder member of Project Manager Today magazine and its technical editor for six years, and a founder member of Project Management Exhibitions Ltd.

His most recent project has been the creation of an open and free project, programme and portfolio management framework called the Praxis Framework. The model; covering knowledge, method, competency and maturity; will have an accompanying guide published by APM in the coming weeks.

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This years conference will focus on uncovering myths that surround project management and help increase the likelihood of successful project delivery.

Those who attend will also receive copy of the best-selling books: Bad Pharma by opening speaker Dr Ben Goldacre and Bounce: The Myth of talent and the power of practice by closing speaker Matthew Syed.

Book your place today special rates are available for groups of 4 or more by e-mailing Conference@apm.org.uk

Find out more information and to stay up to date with the latest APM Project Management Conference news follow @APMProjectMgmt on Twitter and search #apmconf

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