23/11/2018

The PMI Cyprus Chapter organized and delivered its 2nd International Project Management Conference on Friday 16 November 2018, at the Hilton Hotel in Nicosia, Cyprus. The Conference was a great success with more than 250 delegates, representing a wide range of industries, governmental institutions and academia.

 

 

The Conference was divided into three sessions:

  • Project and Portfolio Management
  • Agile Project Management
  • Leadership

and provided up to 7 PDUs for PMI credential holders.

The conference hosted eight distinguished speakers from Cyprus and abroad, who, through their presentations and the exchange of views and discussions, briefed the participants on the latest trends and developments experienced by modern companies in the field of Project Management. Moreover, the event was an opportunity for participants to network and expand their professional development.

You can download the presentations of the event by clicking on each title below:

Welcome Address
Costas Tjiapouras, President, PMI Cyprus Chapter

How risky is your project?
Dr David Hillson, The Risk Doctor, PMI Fellow, PMP, The Risk Doctor Partnership, United Kingdom

Change Management – How to Manage Change and Deliver your Project on Time
Björn Fagerström (Ph.D.), Managing Director, Inocean AB, Sweden

Managing PPM Complexity – Fear of Flying
Stephen Carver, FAPM FIRM, Senior Lecturer in PPM & Change Management, School of Management, Cranfield University, United Kingdom

Agile Portfolio Management for a Fast-Paced World
Christoph Johann Stettina, Consulting Manager, Accenture & Scholar, Center for Innovation, Leiden University

Applying Agile Principles in Large Organizations
Love Lönnroth, Senior Consultant, Sonder AB, Sweden

Project Portfolio Management - Interactive Workshop
Paul Hodgkins, Executive Director, Paul Hodgkins Project Consultancy, United Kingdom

Mindful Leader – Manage your Own Energy
Agnieszka Gasperini, PMP, ACP, SDI, Business Leader, Leader Tango, Poland

 

Some pictures of the event are shown below. For more pictures, visit the Conference’s website.