11-13 October 2015

PMI® Global Congress 2015—North America

Orlando, Florida, USA | Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

 

Program 

Amid day-to-day responsibilities, project, program and portfolio managers need to step back and ask themselves the tough questions: 

- Do my skills keep up with change in today’s dynamic world?

- Does my organization understand how my work fits into its strategic goals?

- How can I accomplish these two things more effectively?

The answer: PMI Global Congress 2015—North America, filled with big opportunities for learning, networking and getting that essential bird’s-eye view of your career.

Through three days of carefully planned sessions, PMI leads you through this journey:  

Day 1: Look Up
Examine your work from a strategic and business-management perspective.

Day 2:  Focus
Look closely at your leadership capabilities.

Day 3: Do Big Things
Get the tools and insights you need to return to your organization ready to do big things.
 

This big event starts with one easy step: registration. Click here for the early-bird discount.
 

PMI Talent TriangleGet the Skills Employers Need!

Are my skills relevant? Am I on the right track? Do I have what it takes to succeed?

In a volatile world where change has become the norm, you have to acquire and hone the skills that organizations need* – technical, leadership, business and strategic management. Also known as the PMI Talent Triangle. 

Pick Your Path and Customize Your Experience

Attendees will be able to select from Area of Focus educational sessions and create a customized mix of leadership, technical, business and strategic management topics to round out their personal talent triangle. Advanced, intermediate and foundational sessions will be offered.

TECHNICAL
66% of organizations say that technical project skills are the most difficult to find. However 96% indicate that these are the most teachable.1

STRATEGIC AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
When organizations align their talent to organizational strategy, it produces a higher average project success rate — 72% for those with good alignment, compared to 58% for those without it.

LEADERSHIP
75% of organizations rank leadership skills as the most important for successful navigation of complexity in projects. Additionally, 71% of organizations rank leadership skills as the most important for long-term success of project managers.2

​​Whatever your path, whatever your project-related needs, PMI Global Congress 2015—North America delivers exceptional learning and networking opportunities and a place to learn about new products and services and potentially solve your business challenges.

Sources:
1 The Competitive Advantage of Effective Talent Management, 2013, PMI
2 Pulse of the Profession In-Depth Report: Navigating Complexity, 2013, PMI

 

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