Delivering the dream at APM's Scottish Conference

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Posted by APM on 1st Jul 2015

APM Scottish Conference 2015The dream, surely, for all project professionals is success.

Therefore, the ultimate dream is to have a world in which all projects succeed.

The APM Scotland branch will be uncovering how leadership can play a part in realising APM’s ambitious vision of total project success at an all-day conference in Edinburgh on Thursday 10th September sponsored by 20|20 Business Insight.

APM members and non-members are invited to join expert speakers and thought-leaders to examine the importance of leadership in ensuring successful project delivery.

20|20 Business InsightSave money by booking your place at the "Delivering the dream" conference before Friday 10th July. Not only that, you will also get a tour of BT Murrayfield stadium.

There will also be a dinner taking place afterwards which can be booked separately, but more money can be saved if you decide to bundle this together with the conference.

A number of thought-provoking speakers will focus on examples of strong leadership in local, Scottish projects including Edinburgh Zoo and a replacement crossing over the Firth of Forth.

Two programme managers from BAE Systems have already been confirmed as speakers. Neil Holm and David Shepherd will look at leadership in building the HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carriers.

Read the biographies of all confirmed speakers including CGI UK Ltd’s head of justice enterprise program office Tracy Bergamin; Maria McGill, chief executive of Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) and Lawrence Shackman from Transport Scotland.

Also joining the line-up will be Edinburgh Zoo director Iain Valentine, Skyscanner’s director for product delivery operations Greg Urquhart, APM chief executive Sara Drake and APM chairman Steve Wake.

Book now for APM Scottish Conference 2015

 

 

 

Image: "Forth bridge evening long exposure" by George Gastin - Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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