Scottish Conference speaker line up continues to grow
Posted by APM on 27th Jul 2016
APM is pleased to announce Anne Moises, chief information officer for the Scottish Government and David Maclean, programme lead for BAE Systems as stream speakers at the Scottish Conference 2016 which will be opening its doors to the Project profession on 8 September 2016.
Both speakers bring with them the latest skills and insights from leading organisations and political bodies allowing delegates to draw on years of first-hand experience from within the industry.
Anne Moises is head of ICT for the Scottish Government and overseas the professional development of over 400 ICT staff. With over 25 years of ICT experience, Anne’s career has drawn on project programme management to undertake a wide range of tasks from mainframe systems, service delivery and helpdesk, software design and development.
David Maclean has recently been appointed programme management lead for BAE Systems- Naval Ship business. Since early 2016 he has been tasked with carrying out an effective competency and skills assessment to drive BAE Systems’ project management community forward by enabling individuals to take responsibility for their own personal development and business level analysis of improvement opportunities.
These latest speakers join a line-up of world-class industry leaders who together will allow delegates to walk away with the latest skills, insights and take home tactics which could be used throughout their project career and used across their business.
This must attend conference will focus on how project management has improved as a profession, how it continues to improve, and how those improvements have found practical applications across a wide range of sectors running key projects across Scotland.
The conference is for anyone who is looking to develop their career or establish a wider knowledge of the profession. Attendees will benefit from excellent networking opportunities and can be sure to have their vital project management questions answered thanks to a variety of interactive sessions throughout the day.
The conference will take place on 8 September 2016 and is held at the world renowned Edinburgh International Conference Centre.