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11-13 May – London – at PMI EMEA : What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life !

25 mar

 Learn to Lead with Purpose from the World’s Top Sports Team

James Kerr translates lessons from the rugby pitch to business success

New Zealand’s legendary rugby team, All Blacks, may be the winningest team in sports history but what can we learn from them about business leadership and management?

A lot.

Join the PMI® Global Congress 2015—EMEA and hear from James Kerr, author of the best-selling management book Legacy, to learn “What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life.” You will walk away from his presentation with powerful and practical lessons to help sharpen and cultivate the project management skills you need for leading successful projects and productive teams.As the final keynote presenter, Mr. Kerr will address major themes within the PMI Talent Triangle and explore questions like:
  • How do leaders create leaders?
  • Champions do extra; what more can you do to achieve success?
  • What immediate goals can you set to realise your long-term aims?
  • How do you achieve world-class standards day after day, year after year?
  • How can you write your own legacy?

His insightful, informative and inspiring stories get to the heart of what it really means to be the best in the world—and to stay there.

The All Blacks were the first world champions, are the current world champions, and hold all the trophies possible to hold in rugby. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the importance of setting immediate goals to enable high performance from James Kerr and the mighty All Blacks.

Carve out your legacy for success at PMI® Global Congress 2015—EMEA and Register Today

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8-9 Avril – Lausanne – Les outils du management de projet collaboratif avec Xavier Trottin

17 mar

Les outils du management de projet collaboratif

SMP 2015

Détails, agenda et inscriptions…

Les solutions Microsoft répondent aujourd’hui aux besoins des entreprises recherchant un outil de gestion de projet performant mais à la portée de tous, offrant de surcroît des possibilités avancées de collaboration sociale totalement intégrées avec Microsoft Project.

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Présenté par Xavier Trottin Microsoft et Campana & Schott

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25 Mars – Namur – 5ème Conférence: La gestion du changement dans les hôpitaux

11 mar

MED2090QRP International retourne à la base et organise pour la cinquième fois une session d’information pour un public spécialisé: « La gestion de projet dans un environnement hospitalier ».

La cinquième conférence a un but plus large.  D’une part la conférence est ouverte à tous les professionnels qui n’ont pas de connaissance de PRINCE2.  D’autre part, une large table-ronde discutera en profondeur les différents outils mis en œuvre dans l’exécution d’un projet.

Inscrivez-vous ici

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Cette conférence sera particulièrement pertinente pour :

  • Les personnes songeant à adopter PRINCE2 dans leur travail dans un environnement hospitalier
  • Les personnes souhaitant découvrir ce que PRINCE2 peut offrir afin de décider si cela conviendrait à leur hôpital.
  • Les personnes ne connaissant rien de PRINCE2 mais souhaitant un aperçu théorique et pratique.
  • Les personnes qui connaissent déjà  PRINCE2, ainsi que les certifiés (Foundation et Practicien) et ceux qui veulent approfondir leur connaissance. 

A la fin de la conférence, les participants devraient :

  • Se familiariser à la méthode de gestion de projet PRINCE2
  • Sur base de l’expérience d’autres hôpitaux, développer des idées sur la façon d’intégrer PRINCE2 dans leurs méthodes de travail actuelles
  • Évaluer les avantages de l’utilisation de PRINCE2 dans leur organisation
  • Quel est la prochaine étape à mettre en œuvre dans mon hôpital ? Comment améliorer mon organisation et mes projets en utilisant PRINCE2 ?

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March 19 – Lausanne – Fusion Power: TCV Tokamak Visit and the unique ITER Project

6 mar

A PMI Switzerland Event starting at 5PM

Fusion power is the energy generated by nuclear fusion, high energy reactions in which two light atomic nuclei fuse to form a heavier nucleus (in contrast with fission power where very heavy nuclei are split into lighter ones). In fusing, the nuclei release a comparatively large amount of energy arising from the binding energy due to the strong nuclear force and can be used to generate electricity. Fusion power is a primary area of research in plasma physics, where it is seen as a meansof producing large scale cleaner energy.

TCV_InterieurNouvellesTuilesRecadraThe Tokamak « à configuration variable » (TCV, literally variable configuration tokamak) is a research fusion reactor of the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Its particularity is that its torus section is three times higher than wide. This allows studying several shapes of plasmas, which is particularly relevant since the shape of the plasma has links to the performance of the reactor. The TCV was set up in November 1992.

With plasma current of 1.2 MA and toroidal magnetic field of 1.43 Tesla, it may be small compared to the impressive JET but its smart design allows for unique contributions to fusion research. And it is right here in Lausanne! It is a must see for all those interested in fusion!

Special thanks to Alain Herzog for the view inside TCV and Steve Couturier for the general view of the machine.

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! Attention ! This event starts earlier than usual !

17:00 Registrations
17:30 Sponsor: STS – Project Management Training
17:40 Welcome PMI (J Barros) and Introduction to TCV – CRPP (M. Hubner)
18:00 TCV visits – by CRPP ( 3 groups 45min per visit, in parallel)
19:00 ITER as unique project, PM challenges – by Mark Henderson PhD from ITER

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March 26 – Zurich – Why might the Facebook generation be better at Managing knowledge?

5 mar

A PMI Switzerland event starting at 18:30 with Andreas Kyriacou, the owner of Serendipities GmbH, a small Zurich-based consultancy company specializing in requirements engineering and knowledge management, which he founded in 2001.

Knowledge is a major resource of almost every organization.

arbre de la connaissanceIt however doesn’t always flow easily from brain to brain. The past decades have seen approaches to knowledge management come and go. Initiatives to facilitate knowledge management often focused on either the definition of and attempts to control processes, which supposedly increase knowledge accumulation and accessibility, or on the creation of software systems designed to serve the same goals.

The exchange of information is however to a large degree a social task. Creating an atmosphere, in which the sharing of information is actively encouraged, is therefore crucial. Unfortunately, it is often a business reality that time to consciously manage knowledge seems to be lacking and that actively holding back information seems to pay off better for the individual than sharing it.

But there’s the good news: the Facebook generation is used to sharing information without being asked to do so. A mind shift is taking place: not the information bearer but the information sharer is cool. A growing number of collaboration platforms is mimicking the behavior of the major social media sites. They thus seem naturally inviting to everyone who uses social media outside the workplace and have the potential to overcome the pitfalls of more traditional top-down approaches to knowledge management.

The talk will contain three main parts:

  1. a summary of approaches to knowledge management,
  2. an overview of current collaboration platforms and their respective strengths and limits, and
  3. a brief look at cognitive aspects of learning,

as knowledge is only useful if it successfully finds its way into the brains that should make use of it.

10 Mars – Fribourg (Suisse) – projet: le plus long pont haubané de Suisse !

26 fév

LogoSMPLe 10 mars 2015 de 18h30 à 20h30 à la Safe Gallery, Bd. de Pérolles 1, Fribourg

SMP organise une Soirée Débat: Projet de réalisation du pont de la Poya animée par André Magnin

Flyer  – Pour vous inscrire, cliquer ici

March 3 – Luxembourg – how to manage short deadline projects with limited resources and still deliver an end user product

25 fév

télécharger du logicielA PMI Luxembourg event starting at 6PM

Every year, the students of the Master in Information and Computer Sciences, of the University of Luxembourg, are challenged to develop a project in 12 weeks (effective 12 days) in small teams (3 to 4 people).

université luxembourgThis year the students will share with us their results and learning on this challenge, especially on how to manage short deadline projects with limited resources, and still deliver an end user product. Students also took the opportunity to learn, in record time, tools and technologies such as MATSim (large-scale agent-based transport simulations), the new Apple Swift programming language, (apps back-end cloud solution for iOS and Android), working with Ontologies, apps Google Maps integration, working with GPS (GPX data), tracking projects with Kanban boards with Trello and much more.

The event will be moderated by Asst. Prof. Dr. Sergio Coronado (associé) of the Université de Luxembourg.


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March 25-26 – Birmingham – Project Challenger 2015

19 fév


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Visitors to this exceptional event will gain real practical value and a very worthwhile learning experience.

With leading exhibiting organisations, and 40 inspiring FREE high quality presentations to chose from this unmissable event provides an unparalleled opportunity to learn from leading industry experts. You will get right up to date with the latest tools, solutions and services at the UK’s biggest and most important project event.

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March 19 – London – APM Project Management Conference 2015

18 fév

Myth Busting – dispelling the myths to improve project delivery success

logoAPMAPM Project Management Conference has a long-held reputation for bringing together the world’s most influential and thought-provoking speakers from your profession.

You can learn directly from their experiences of working on the most ground-breaking projects and ensure you implement the key learning points for greater project delivery success.

APM Project Management Conference 2015 will expose the great myths that cloud both the perception of the profession and the delivery of successful projects, programmes and portfolios in the UK and around the world.

‘Myth Busting’ will bring together speakers from within the profession and thought leaders from outside to address what we have always thought, but never said; how project management as it is written is rarely project management as it really is.

Once again, the 2015 conference builds on the themes of previous years. We begin to remove the barriers to our thinking, not of what project management is, but how it should be based on the evidence we have; by going ‘Myth Busting’.

You can register for the conference here


Réussir la Révolution Numérique : Business Analysis Symposium (BAFS 2015)

12 fév
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Réussir la révolution numérique nécessite une collaboration étroite entre les métiers et la Direction des Systèmes d’Information (DSI).

Cette conférence professionnelle fera la part belle aux retours d’expérience, débats et présentations d’experts du sujet. Elle se déroulera à Paris les 24 et 25 Juin puis se répètera à Genève les 29 et 30 Juin. Une superbe initiative Franco-Suisse !


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