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Often when you embark upon a great project you are buffeted by forces that seek to take you off course. Similarly, in your career you are often taken in unplanned directions by those tidal forces of change that are beyond your control. The reality of the Project Management Office, individual projects, and indeed your own personal development as a project manager, are affected by these shifting tides.
Join us in the morning for breakfast and chat with our speakers, which includes PMI Fellow R. Max Wideman, then settle in for the day with your MC for the event David Barrett. Our morning Keynote is Deri Latimer who will talk about the 3 C’s of the day. After a break and our first track sessions of the day we will present our Round Table speakers R. Max Wideman, Dev Ramcharan and Wael Ramadan moderated by David Barrett, which will be followed by more great speakers in the afternoon. The day will conclude with our afternoon Keynote Traci Duez on inspirational leadership: Oh the Places You Will Go Leading the Way: Head First Heart First.
We found some great speakers for you this year and they include Mikhail Hanna and Peter Davis in the Leadership in Project Management track; Courtney Feider and Pedro Serrador in Evolving Trends in Project Management and Christine Aycak and Vincent Mirabelli in Strategies in Project, Program, Portfolios Management.
New for this year we have arranged for you a bonus track! Did you know that PMI-SOC has volunteer committees who provide great content to our members year after year? Well, this year we have dedicated our 4th track to our PMI-SOC Branches & Communities. We have Michael Sahota speaking on Agile and a Panel Discussion with Stephanie Allen, Cheryl Lee and David Giles on the Hybrid Project Manager, moderated by Robin Lobb.
Earn 7.0 PDUs and take your career to the next level – register today for the Professional Development Symposium 2016, presented by PMI Southern Ontario Chapter.