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PMI Frankfurt Chapter Presents:

Project Zone Congress

28 - 30 April, 2014 - Westin Grand Frankfurt

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News and Articles

15 / 04 / 2014
Johannes P. Schwemmer, Managing Partner at NewStars specializes in the turnaround of organizations where success depends on the execution of programs, projects and services, in particular in technology businesses like ITK, TIME, training and industrial automation.
14 / 04 / 2014
John Donohoe is the Director of Project Management at Star Alliance, and portfolio management is his passion. He says that many corporations don’t fail when they are developing a strategic plan but instead, they fail in the execution of that plan. This is basically because executing strategy consists of two main components, which are doing the right projects and doing projects right. Once you...
09 / 04 / 2014
    A few years back, Kenny Phipps, Director, GSD at v6 announced that Project Managers could learn some things from Jack Bauer. Well, Jack is a fictional character in an action TV-show, what could he possibly teach to project managers with years of experience and knowledge?!
27 / 03 / 2014
PM Podcast recorded an interview with Roland Dumont du Voitel, one of our speakers for the Project Zone Congress 2014. Globalization and internationalization continue to change the diversity of businesses and our projects. Corporate structures mirror these trends. However, it seems that “diversity” mostly focuses on gender, age or origin. And diversification of employees is not the objective of...
12 / 03 / 2014
05 / 03 / 2014
PM Podcast recorded an interview with Bryan Barrow, one of our speakers for the Project Zone Congress 2014. When it comes to identifying a reason for why so many projects fail then Bryan Barrow has a simple answer for you. He says that a root cause of poor project delivery is poor planning. But he also says that this is not a failure of project management, but instead this is a failure of project...
24 / 01 / 2014
Thomas Juli is an experienced professional on leadership in project and program management, consulting and training, as well as in teaching. He previously worked for SAP, Sapient and Cambridge, but has now committed to helping others improve their leadership skills through which to experience more project success.
09 / 01 / 2014
  Michael Nir, President at Sapir Consulting, is writing in his latest article that the executives are asking the wrong questions. To them important is “what” and “how”, but according to Michael the most important question there is, is “WHY are we doing this project”. He is giving out some reasons why this is so.
16 / 12 / 2013
Peter Taylor, famously known as the Lazy Project Manager is a dynamic professional who has achieved great success in project management. He has spent years on leading PMOs, written books, and shares tips on how to be a good and lazy at the same time.
10 / 12 / 2013
I have interviewed Bob Schatz, a 30-year veteran in the field of enterprise software and systems development, who led Agile transition at Primavera back in the old days, when Scrum was still a very new phenomenon. We talked about what were the driving forces of changing to Scrum at a company that actually built project management software in addition to discussing the requirements of succeding...