PMI India Project Management Regional Conference in Kerala Capital – CORPORATE ETHOS

PMI India Project Management Regional Conference in Kerala Capital

By: | April 22, 2019

April 22 : PMI Trivandrum, Kerala Chapter will be hosting the fifth PMI India Project Management Regional Conference on 27th April, 2019, the year which marks the 50th anniversary of PMI. The conference will be held at the Sports Hub Convention Center, Karyavattom.

From achieving globalization in a fractured world to managing the impact of disruptive technologies, businesses must be agile and quick to adapt in our rapidly evolving and highly competitive environment. This creates both challenges and opportunities for the project management profession and for those who manage projects. The one day conference themed, Transformation Made Possible By A Project Manager, will focus on how skilled project managers can help organizations transform to the next level and be future-ready to ensure sustainability and deliver better business results which in turn can make a higher impact on the region’s and the country’s economy.

The conference is the region’s largest annual gathering for CXOs, trainers, project practitioners, and project professionals to rigorously promote the discipline and practices of project management across varied domains. The conference provides a platform where industry experts from various sectors come together to share their experience and knowledge.

Commenting on the conference, Dr. Krishnakumar T I, President, PMI Trivandrum Kerala Chapter, shares, “In this age of disruption, it is imperative to create awareness and build an understanding on the future role of project managers. The purpose for conducting this conference is to provide a common platform to discuss changing trends in project management profession and give an opportunity to industry experts to share their valuable insights and expertise.”

The 2019 conference has a great line-up of visionary speakers from different sectors speaking about the changing trends and how future of project management will require organizations and individuals alike to embrace a full spectrum of competencies, behaviors and approaches.