Call for 2019 Speakers
Calling all movers, shakers and innovators - present your Project Management success story at the 2019 PM Summit! Share your knowledge and experience with hundreds of project management professionals across multiple industries using a variety of methodologies from the Traditional to Agile to Lean. Or perhaps you have a presentation that traverses all sectors regardless of methodology utilised.
This year we are offering two options to our PM Summit speakers. First is to present a 30 minute talk with an additional 5 minutes for Q&A. Popular formats for this choice include presentation of a case study, analysis of current trends, reporting on new areas of research, project controls (Planning, Scheduling, Cost Engineering and Estimating, Risk Management, Forensic analysis and/or Change management) or sharing unique perspectives on project management.
Alternatively, you can lead a 35 minute hands-on interactive workshop where delegates can learn directly and practically from your expertise. In past summits, workshops attendees have enjoyed participating in hands-on exercises where knowledge is transferred through "doing" and not simply listening.
The possiblities are endless, what can you teach the PM community? See below the two type of sessions that will be conducted at the event.
In addition to our 3 Keynote presentations, we have a 3-Track system running throughout the rest of the day. If you would like to present as a guest speaker at one of these sessions we would be delighted to hear from you. The tracks are predominantly broken out into traditional waterfall style of project management, Agile/Lean and finally a session on crossover areas regardless of what methodology you use.
We are delighted to announce that all 3 keynote presentation slots have been filled. However, please let us know if you are interested in presenting one of these in the event that we should have a cancellation or indeed you may want to present at PM Summit 2020, it’s never too early to express your interest in doing so!
Presentations and workshops should be focused on knowledge transfer and based on your professional experience. Sales pitches are not permitted.