PMI® Denmark Seminar World Copenhagen 2024
Knowledge That Sets You Apart
PMI Chapter Denmark and emagine welcome you to a virtual conference on 10th of January 2024.
PMI® SeminarWorld Copenhagen 2024 will unite project professionals, leaders, consultants, and academics committed to making ideas a reality.
Learn to build a stronger future for yourself, your work, your customers, and your world. Gain insight into topics that are trending in delivering successful projects.
Register now for the annual virtual PMI Denmark chapter event hosted by emagine.
Join the virtual conference PMI® Denmark Seminar World Copenhagen 2024:
- Discover new knowledge on the Management of Projects and Portfolios, aspects of Agile, topics like AI, Cyber Security, Sustainability, and more.
- Use this opportunity to connect with the PMI global community or others with similar interests and skills.
- The conference will be held on the platform Virtual Hive, which allows you to get content from all the speakers and chat with others during the conference meeting.
- As a PMI member, you will advance your career skillsets and earn up to 4 PDUs.
Who is it for?
There will be something for everyone, all online supported by Virtual Hive.
- Anyone part of projects, programs, or portfolios who wants to level up their power skills, learn how to manage change, and leverage emerging technology.
- Leaders excited to connect and share how organizations can be a leverage for change.
- PMI members who want to earn PDUs, invest in career-building skills in predictive, hybrid or agile environments, and build their community network.
The event is free for PMI members and consultants registered at emagine. Ordinary admission: 100 EUR. There is a no-show fee of 50 EUR
Use the below link for registration:
- Lars Kristian Hansen, University of Aarhus
- Peter Glynne, PMI Ireland
- Mirko Kleiner, Flowdays
- Henny Portmann, Portman PM[O] Consultancy
- James Varnham, Logical Operations
- Anders Linde, CISO27
- Brian Tucker, Ivar Jacobsen International
- Peter Merel, Xscale
- Karen Thompsen, Bournemouth University / The Schumacher Institute
- Trine Øksnebjerg, emagine
- Emma Daly, emagine Ireland
- Henrik Timm, emagine Denmark
Do not miss this opportunity.
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