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Top Project Management Conferences of 2022

Shawn Dickerson
Publication date:
January 12, 2020
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Top Project Management Conferences of 2022

Attending a project management conference in 2023 is a great way to further your education and learn about new project management software tools. The Association for Project Management (APM) is a chartered membership organization that recognizes excellence in project management academia, education and research. The Technical Project Management conference is a three-day event that focuses on the importance of planning, scheduling and how to manage scope. The 2022 Australian Institue of Project Management (AIPM) National Conference is themed "Forward With Purpose" and will focus on how to plan for a future beyond the Covid crisis. There will be breakout sessions on using project management tools and techniques to help with accurate estimates, keeping projects on track and evaluation of project performance.

Speakers include Jarrod Ball, Shade Zahrai, Phile Slade, Rachael Robertson, Greg Usher, and His Excellency General the Honorable David Hurley. ProjectManager's free Global Project Management Trends 2022 Report reveals the hybrid boom and how to manage teams that are distributed, in different departments and with different skill sets.


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Shawn Dickerson
Top Project Management Conferences of 2022
January 12, 2020
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