This report, and photos, are by Jouko Vaskimo, Finland.
Professor Mladen Radujković, International Project Management Association (IPMA) President and Mr Joop Schefferlie, IPMA Nederland (IPMA-NL) President opened the 28th IPMA World Congress at Rotterdam, The Netherlands, on 29th September 2014. The theme of the 28th IPMA World Congress, the second one to be organized in the Netherlands, was “Innovation through Dialogue”. Mr Tom Taylor, Association for Project Management (APM) President, performed the duties of Master of Ceremonies at the congress plenary events, including opening and closing.
The congress comprised an extensive system of plenary sessions with keynote presentations by renowned experts in project management, parallel streams with practitioner and scientific foci, and a generous offering of social events surrounding the official congress program. The congress, organized by IPMA-NL, took place in the World Trade Center Rotterdam on 29th September … 1st October 2014, and attracted over 120 presenters and 1000 participants from 60 different countries.
For more information on the 28th IPMA World Congress in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, including photos of the sessions and copies of the presentations (for registered participants only), please navigate to www.ipma2014.com .
An IPMA Global Young Crew Workshop (GYCW) preceded the World Congress on 26th … 28th September, 2014. The Global Young Crew Workshop was organized as an opportunity for young project-oriented people around the world to get to know one another. The GYCW comprised interactive workshops, streams, and presentations from renowned keynote speakers. Participants had the opportunity to expand their horizons and bring new and creative views to the way they manage their projects. A special emphasis was on group discussions, interactive learning, networking and having fun. The GYCW can be considered the premium IPMA event for young project managers and people building a career in project management.
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