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Name of the event: The impact of agile transformations on organizational performance
Start day 25.1.2022
End day 25.1.2022
Intro text: While many organizations are in the midst of their agile transformations today, the impact of those changes is either not shared or often not acted upon. In this workshop we: (1) share evidence on the impact of transformations known from experience, frameworks and research, (2) Reflect with you on what works and what doesn’t when using metrics to steer on transformations, and (3) conduct a small benchmark where you can compare yourself and your projects and/or organization to an international dataset.
The organizers: IPMA Netherland
Name of the event: 10th IPMA Research Conference “Value co-creation in the project society“
Start day 19.6.2022
End day 21.6.2022
Intro text: Systems by nature have a tendency towards entropy as the measure of the system’s spontaneous move into a state of more significant disorder. This is especially noticeable when systems facing with accelerated technological development, globalisation, world population growth, increased resource consumption when systems face accelerated technological development, globalisation, world population growth, and increased resource consumption when systems face accelerated technological development, globalisation, world population growth, increased resource consumption, and other global distortions. On the other hand, we strive to develop systems at the individual, organisational or societal level. The value we create with our activities directly impact the development. Most business organisations, international and national institutions and non-governmental organisations use projects either to support their business innovations, or to network with other organisations across industry, country or internationally or even completely base on projects. When information technologies are constantly developing, and the market, knowledge and ideas are limitless, the arising topic is how to co-create value in the project society. To take advantage of these opportunities challenges and cope with entropy, project society is facing many challenges, which is why the conference tend to deploy developed theories, concepts, methodologies, and best practices to reflect on value co-creation, project network and management in the project society. The conference theme includes theoretical and practical research from all aspects of project society providing diversity, yet a unique value for contributors based on a specific project management interest. Conference goals Exchange of contemporary research ideas and results on the topic of project management to create value for the project society Intense dialogue between practitioners and academics to exchange experience and proven practices in project society Knowledge sharing on the latest trends and solutions of project management collected through research and practice Elevating research ideas and research projects Networking in terms of professional cooperation on research and business projects Encouraging the development of the project management profession To support young researchers in developing and conducting high-end scientific research in the project management area. Participants will have an opportunity to: Attend plenary sessions Present the paper Actively participate in interactive workshops for research and publishing in the field of project management Actively participate in round tables with the focus on different project management solution application Participate in a doctoral seminar (seminar/colloquia). The conference programme will include a number of interactive workshops, panel discussions and round tables aiming to: Provide insight into the publication process of top-tier journals and distinguished publishers Enable direct communication and constructive dialogue among researchers and practitioners in creating value to the project society Reveal different project management solution that brings value to projects and the organisations Research know-how transfer to young researchers Create new research ideas in the international arena Build trust, network and opportunity for future projects and potential cooperation in the project society
The organizers: IPMA, IPMA Serbia
Name of the event: 33rd IPMA World Congress – “Role of Project Management for Building a Sustainable Future”
Start day 23.11.2022
End day 25.11.2022
Intro text: About the event The Program Committee highlighted the key areas of the upcoming discussions and speeches. In the future, sustainability must always be considered in project management. Participants of the 33rd IPMA World Congress are an international community of the best experts and practitioners of project management. The Program Committee of the Congress includes more than 30 experts from Europe, Asia, America, and Australia, heads of large companies, leading scientists, and practitioners representing various areas of management, economics, and digital technology. The community will discuss the challenges and prospects of the digital age, to find solutions to the problems that it poses to project management.
The organizers: IPMA, IPMA Japan (The Society of Project Management)