11-13 May

PMI® Global Congress 2015—EMEA

London ExCel Exhibition and Convention Centre | London, United Kingdom

  • Dare to Disagree

    Dare to Disagree

    Keynote Margaret Heffernan explains how organisations bridge the strategy/execution gap.

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  • Connect to the Future Now

    Connect to the Future Now

    Keynote Parag Khanna, leading global strategist, explores globalisation and intergenerational trends and what they mean for everyday work and life.

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  • The Practical BA Experience

    The Practical BA Experience

    Are requirements and business analysis central to your work?

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  • Leadership Lessons from the New Zealand All Blacks

    Leadership Lessons from the New Zealand All Blacks

    Keynote James Kerr, best-selling author of Legacy, translates lessons from the rugby pitch to business success.

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  • Improving Talent Management in PPPM

    Improving Talent Management in PPPM

    Learn how talent drives organisational success and choose your sessions.

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  • Prepare Yourself for the Future

    Prepare Yourself for the Future

    Change is constant. Do you have what it takes to succeed? Pick your path. Drive your future.

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3 Days. 60 Sessions. 18+ PDUs.

Now Available! Congress OnDemand

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Develop the Skills Employers Need

Organisations today require PPPM talent with a broader range of skills to support longer-range strategic objectives. Find the ideal skill set in the PMI Talent Triangle -- the cornerstone of all Area of Focus sessions.

  • Platform and programme knowledge
  • Understanding jargon
  • Easily identify key project aspects
  • Quickly recognise roadblocks
  • Efficient planning and organisation
  • Creative problem solving
  • Clear direction and effective communication
  • Establishing credibility
  • Conflict resolution


Position Yourself for Long Term Success

Long Term Goals

Day One

Envisioning Long Term Goals.
Getting ahead takes vision.

On Monday, congress presenters will challenge you to picture your long term goals.

Short Term Goals

Day Two

Setting Short Term Goals.
Vision needs a plan to become reality.

On Tuesday, you’ll be challenged to develop a roadmap to realise your short term goals.

Immediate Goals

Day Three

Adopting Immediate Goals.
Getting started takes tactical thought.

On Wednesday, you’ll identify immediate goals to make your vision a reality.

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