Inaugural Scottish Conference

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Posted by APM on 17th May 2010

On the 18th of March 2010 the APM Scotland Branch hosted the inaugural APM Scottish Conference which was attended by around 200 delegates. The conference theme was 'Professionalising Project Management'.

A number of presentationswas delivered by senior project management professionals including Mike Nichols of The Nichols Group, Anne Moises from the Scottish Government and Chris McLean of Fujitsu. The conference was chaired by Andrew Bragg, CEO of APM.

Four inter-active workshops were held during the afternoon.

The presentations from the conference can be downloaded below.

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