Victoria, British Columbia
We are pleased to announce the 2019 PMI-VI Professional Development Conference: Project Management in the Era of Digital Transformation and Disruption, May 6-7, 2019 in Victoria, BC at the Delta Hotels Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort.
The conference will feature a full two-day agenda with keynotes, panel sessions, concurrent breakout sessions and exhibitions focused on the field of project management. We expect 120-150 delegates to join us for the conference.
Why Delegates Attend the PD Conference
To share knowledge and learn relevant and applicable project management skills
Expand your toolbox and learn behaviour your need to make a difference as Project Managers
Challenge yourself to embrace the change and disruption that is being faced by many industries and organizations today
Learn from other Projects Managers and industry experts
The opening keynote speech will be given by John Schlichter, who coined the term “Organizational Project Management” or “OPM,” which is the system for implementing the business strategy of an organization through projects. OPM became a global standard and is how companies throughout the world deliver projects valued in billions if not trillions of dollars. “John has contributed greatly to PMI,” Greg Balestrero, CEO, PMI Today, 2002. “In John’s role as the leader of PMI’s OPM3 program, he has immeasurably contributed to the growth of the profession,” Becky Winston, J.D., Chair of the Board of Directors, PMI Today, 2002. Having created OPM3© (an international standard in project, program, and portfolio management), John founded OPM Experts LLC, a firm delivering OPM solutions and a leading provider of maturity assessment services. Industry classifications: NAICS 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services, NAICS 541618 Other Management Consulting, and NAICS 611430 Training. John is a member of the adjunct faculty of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.
Prior to the conference, John Schlichter will host a full one-day workshop sponsored by the PMI Vancouver Island Chapter.