Article by Adriana Summers
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More of our talented and dedicated Project Management Professionals enabling delegates to Level Up and improve their success.
The PMI Australia Conference was very privileged to have several notable Academics leading the Academic Track. We thank all who traveled from overseas to join us especially LuAnn Piccard from University of Alaska talk on PM education and PMI’s GAC resources.
Fantastic to see young professionals stepping up. Vertika Sukhwal delivered an impassionate presentation urging young women to pursue a career in Portfolio & Project Management.
Deborah Hein addressed the issue of finding the right people in her presentation: Contracting for Success in Complex Projects.
Phil Jacklin took us back to the future with his talk on Artifical Intelligence and how project professionals can use machine learnings to deliver successful projects.
Of course, Conferences are more than just listening to speakers….you can meet so many people working on challenging projects and share your experiences. Plus talk to professional providers about the latest tools, career advice, training and so much more. And what better way to do it than over delicious food which was certainly in abundance.
We’d love to hear more about what you gained from #PMIAC17 – share your experiences with us online or directly via Conferences@pmisydney.org. If you’d like to be involved next year – book your EOFY special price tickets today – 2 Day conference at the luxurious Crown in Melbourne (20-22 May). PMI Australia Conference 2018