Project Management has never been so visible in the public’s eye. With such large-scale, and globally recognised projects happening in the UK it is an ideal time to bring together the drivers of these projects. The Olympics, The Shard building, the Type-45 destroyer, the 4G network to name but a couple.
20|20 Business Insight are pleased to present the Global Best Practice in Project Management conference on 6th March 2013 in London. As a Project Manager, this will be your chance to hear the experiences, advice, findings and lessons learnt from the people driving the largest projects. You will be able to get valuable face-time, ask the questions that really matter to you, gain insights bourne from experience at the very highest level.
If you are a member of the APM, attending this conference will count towards your CPD hours target.
Some highlights of the event:
- Robert Deatker will share his experiences from the building of The Shard and the London Bridge Quarter.
- Ian Hedges will deliver the impact of implementing the AMEC Academy and the benefits of investing in people.
- Iain Stevenson will give an insight into high-profile projects such as Heathrow Terminal 5; the Type 45 Destroyer; the Oman Khareef project and building aircraft carriers.
As a delegate, you will get a delegate bag, show guide, lunch, access to the champagne reception at the end of the day, access to the 20|20 Business Insight Project Management consultants who will be there to answer other questions and offer insights throughout the day.
Join us on the 6th March 2013 in London
If you have a professional interest in Project Management, are looking to embed good Project Management practice into your organisation, are pitching for projects and want to learn more – then join us at the Global Best Practice in Project Management conference 2013.
Click here to reserve your place now.
I look forward to meeting you in London in March.
20|20 Business Insight