Benefits Summit Resources
Posted by APM on 21st Jul 2015
Content from APM Benefits Summit #apmbmsummit was captured live in range of media formats. A total of nine Mindmaps have been prepared comprising; a map index, six speaker-led sessions and two from six facilitated workshops. The maps have been linked to associated PowerPoint presentations held on APM Slideshare Channel and audio files [MP3 Podcasts] on APM SoundCloud Channel. Individual maps can be downloaded in PDF and native Mindmap formats [Mindjet] for further learning, reflection and sharing. All materials have been created by Andrew Wilcox of Conference Reaction and are available for re-use. Content is available to be used. We would be grateful to receive your attribution and feedback.
The Mindmaps that have been created can be viewed here.
During the event many different photographs were taken over the course of the day. These can be viewed on the APM Flickr Channel or can also be seen below:
APM Benefits Summit 2015:
Recordings were also made so that delegates could listen to the speakers presentations after the date of the event. These have been uploaded in a playlist that can be seen below:
APM Benefits Management SIG Summit conference was organised with the following objectives:
- To establish #APMbmsummit as the ‘must attend’ UK conference for Benefits Management
- To provide a forum for sharing knowledge & good practice
- To provide delegates with great networking, learning opportunities and professional development
Event proceedings and resources are part of our commitment to increase #eventroi. [See blog:Change behaviour if you want to create value from events]
Benefits Management SIG has set a date for next year’s #apmbmsummit – 23rd June 2016 – London. We hope to see you there.
A list of the individual presentations can be found by following the links below (missing presentations will be uploaded shortly):
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