On April 28th, the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Continuing Education is hosting the first annual professional development day focused on PRojects IN a Controlled Environment (PRINCE2), the world’s most practiced project management methodology.
Led by national and international experts, the event is designed to help you bring effective project management into your organization through a flexible and adaptable methodology. Participants will hear real success stories of how this methodology was applied in the Canadian government and abroad as well, get an exclusive first look at the 2017 updates to the PRINCE2 manual and participate in the unveiling of the latest AXELOS research.
Who should attend: This event will be of interest to project and portfolio decision makers
Where: University of Ottawa Centre for Continuing Education, 55 Laurier Avenue East, 4th floor
When: Friday, April 28th (9:00 am to 3:00 pm)
Keynote speaker: Chris Barrett, Deputy CEO and Chief Strategy Officer, AXELOS
Lunch will be provided. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore an internationally-recognized project methodology! Space is limited, register today!
This event is recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and as such will provide PDU's (Professional Development Units) / contact hours towards attaining or maintaining one of the six designations offered by PMI.
- Insights into Project Management
- Overview of PRINCE2
- PRINCE2 in Practice
- Hit the Ground Running
- Networking Lunch
- PRINCE2 and the PMBoK: Synergies and Differences
- PRINCE2 2017 Update
- What’s Next? PRINCE2 in the Wider Context
Managing any kind of project can sometimes feel like herding cats. How do you take a group of individuals with different motivations, priorities and opinions and keep them focused on the same goal? Luckily, there's PRINCE2!