The CCD, Wednesday 13th May

PM Summit – With ever growing numbers of attendees each year, PM Summit events are fast becoming Ireland's most inspirational, educational and vocational conferences for multi-track project management professionals and industries.

Since 2015 the summit has attracted such icons as Lord David Puttnam, David McWilliams, Dr Niamh Shaw, and Debra Searle MBE, as well as industry leaders such as John McGrath, Stephen Carver, Peter de Jager, Dr. Sylvana Storey, Terence O'Donnell, Peter Taylor, Susanne Madsen and Carole Osterweil to grace the stages. Whether at PM Summit or Women in Project Management (WiPM), speakers are key disruptors and influencers in their field, driving everything from large global corporates to awe inspiring personal projects. They explore a range of topics from workflows and best practice solutions to soft skills, emerging technologies, diversity, and scaling, while re-igniting the passions essential for those working as a project manager.

Highly experienced project managers mingle with their peers and younger less experienced project managers, networking and exchanging ideas with innovators, founders, developers, and c-level decision makers who affect industry and global change. Organisers believe in a multi-disciplined approach to event curation, inviting only the most interesting and exciting practitioners from the construction, architecture, engineering, technology, software, financial industries and beyond, while offering an equal platform for both established and next generation local practitioners. Attending a PM Summit event may count as part of your Continued Professional Development and is used by many businesses as part of their employees' professional training agenda.

Wednesday 13th May
8.30am - 5.00pm
Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, D01 T1W6, Ireland

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