Watch all the APM Conference speaker interviews [Video]

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Posted by APM on 15th Jul 2013

APM Conference speakers

Last month's successful APM Project Management Conference 2013 featured some of the profession's most influential figures who challenged delegates to adapt their thinking to address the growing expectations of society. A society that has a growing intolerance to failure and expects a world in which all projects succeed.

For those who made it to the seventh annual APM Conference, but were spoilt for choice between which speakers to see, then don't worry. You can catch up on the main learning points from their presentations by watching video interviews with all the speakers who tackled the topics of flexibility, resilience and evolution under the event's main theme of Adapt!

If you unfortunately didn't manage to make it to the APM Conference at Kings Place in London this year then the collection of interviews presents a great opportunity to hear from the likes of Tim Harford, Undercover Economist for Financial Times; Professor Richard Wiseman, author and Professor at University of Hertfordshire; Doug Oakervee CBE, chairman at HS2 Ltd; Robert Deatker, project director of the Shard; Col. Martin Sturgeon, award-winning programme manager for Ministry of Defence; Barbara Chomicka, senior project manager at EC Harris plus many more.

Watching the speaker interviews will also give those who couldn't attend a chance to see why the APM Conference has a long-held reputation for agenda setting content featuring the countrys most innovative and groundbreaking projects. The APM Conference has been described as "a source of inspiration, innovation and new ideas", which explains why 95% of those who attended this event would consider returning again next year.

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