block September 20th date in your agenda to talk about human factor in project management in the Netherlands !

The annual Netherlands PMI Summit is an event not to be missed by Project Managers in the region and this year, the theme of the summit is « People drive Change »

Benefit from the early bird reduced fees until May 31st !

We live in an era of disruption !

  • digital transformation
  • lean start-ups
  • mVPs: minimum viable products
  • IoT
  • Agile leadership
  • SCRUM
  • SAFe: Scaled Agile framework

Projects, agility and continuous change are the only way to succeed. The latest PMI Pulse of the Profession® confirms this, indicating that high performing organizations build the capability and capacity to change and adapt quickly to shifting market conditions and competitive pressures.

Where does that capacity reside? In the very human beings who struggle to deal with all this change.

During the Summit we will explore the influence of the human factor in real world cases, scientific views and workshops to sharpen your awareness and insights on this important, valuable and often neglected area. Furthermore we will explore what the critical people drivers are and how these drive business value.

After all, why do humans run the world ?

So, check the web site of the Summit and register before the end of the month to benefit from the €50 early bird discounts !

“PMI,” “Project Management Institute” and “Pulse of the Profession” are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.

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