Hurry - last chance to book for APM Conference
Posted by APM on 27th Mar 2014
There is less than a week left until the APM Project Management Conference sponsored by 20|20 Business Insight on Thursday 3rd April at Kings Place in London – so ensure you don’t miss out and book your place today.
Sponsored by 20|20 Business Insight, the APM Project Management Conference 2014 will be looking forward to New Frontiers. Change is changing; project management is a profession for the 21st Century. It embraces the speed of change and innovation now possible in our connected, global, technologically advanced age.
New Frontiers aims to change your perception of what can be achieved through project management by showcasing projects, people and innovative practices from around world.
Kicking off the days’ proceedings will be multi-award winning British businesswoman and founder of two children’s charities, Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE. Camila set up Place2Be and Kids Company, where she currently works with some of the most traumatised young people living in London.
Closing the conference will be business management educator, author and motivational speaker; Professor Eddie Obeng. Described as an 'agent provocateur' and a 'leading revolutionary', Eddie pioneered the concept of the ‘new world’. Considered as a 'remarkable' TED Conference speaker, Eddie has also authored 10 books. They describe his philosophy for achieving business success, leading business innovation and delivering change in our complex, fast-changing world.
The APM Project Management Conference; described as “a source of inspiration, innovation and new ideas”; has a reputation for attracting some of the world’s most influential and thought provoking speakers. Completing the conference programme will be:
- Andy Griffee, BBC W1 programme director
- Ann Pilkington, founding director of PR Academy
- Ken Durbin, principal programme manager at CH2M HILL UK
- Alan Barnard, founder of bbm campaigns
- Daniel Jubb, British rocket scientist – and co-founder of The Falcon Project
- Barbara Welch, operations director at MACE
- Trevor Jones, vice president of projects and risk management at DHL Supply Chain
- Karan Bawa, former head of PMO for B&Q
- Alistair Godbold, senior consultant with the Nichols Group
- Simon Miller, managing consultant at PA Consulting Group
- Dr. Glen Fox, managing director and principal psychologist at OPS Ltd
- Dr Frank E Menter, executive director, project and resource management at Deutsche Bahn International
Plan your day
For the latest APM Project Management Conference news follow @APMProjectMgmt on Twitter and search #apmconf. You can also use this hashtag to follow the conference on the day as well as post your own views and comments. You may even see your posts on the Twitter wall in the ground floor foyer.
The APM Project Management Conference will feature an exhibition where you can talk to numerous organisations at the forefront of the profession about how their products or services can benefit you or your business. Those exhibiting include: 20|20 Business Insight, Amec, Asta Development, Barbecana, Champs2, CITI Limited, Deltek, Differentia, Hydra Management Ltd, LogiKal Projects, MatchWare, NEC3, Network Rail, PM Channel, Program Framework, QA, Sellafield Ltd and Visure Solutions.
Book your place
The conference theme of New Frontiers will feature three streams: Diversify, Behaviours Beliefs and Values and New Sectors, which will showcase projects, people, and innovative practices from around world.
|Standard rate||£385 per person*|
|APM non members|
|Standard rate||£495 per person*|
If you would like to make a corporate or group booking, please contact the APM marketing team on: 01844 271 682.
*All prices are exclusive of VAT. Cancellations will be subject to a booking charge and no refund will be made after 5pm on Thursday 20th March 2014.
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