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Saturday, October 6 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
#346 Interactive Open Forum Discussion: The Future of Project Management, and How We Will Work

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The fast pace of technological change, shifting demographic patterns, and customer evolving needs are introducing uncertainties in the future of work. Organizations are looking for effective ways to transform, and adapt. What are the implications for a) technical changes, b) performance issues, and c) organization culture and change? Join this interactive session to discuss the changing facets of the profession, get the chance to participate as a panelist to share your perspectives, learn from other project leaders on how to adapt, and leave with insights to decode the future of project work.

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
(1) leverage perspectives, trends and innovations on the future of project work and project workforce;
(2) benefit from how project work is evolving and maximize aspects of leadership, talent, and collaborative intelligence;
(3) develop actions to enable adaptability and prepare for the future.

avatar for Ed Hoffman

Ed Hoffman

CEO, PMI Strategic Advisor, Former Chief Knowledge Officer - NASA
Dr. Hoffman is CEO of Knowledge Strategies, LLC, which is engaged in research, education, and consulting services in support of organization performance. He also supports the Project Management Institute as a Strategic Advisor with a focus on integrated systems for talent management... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Leach

Matthew Leach

Vice President, Business Analysis and Project Management, NTT Data Services
On his first day as an engineer, someone decided that Matthew Leach should write requirements. He soon discovered that project success is not just about technology, but a holistic solution that solves the right problem. Since then, he has helped organizations better understand their... Read More →
avatar for David Oberhettinger

David Oberhettinger

Manager, Engineer Standards Office, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
David Oberhettinger supports the Office of the Chief Engineer in its mission to "achieve engineering excellence" in meeting the technical challenges posed by interplanetary exploration by leading three activities:-Manager of the JPL Engineering Standards Office-Chair of the JPL Lessons... Read More →
avatar for Luke Desmond, PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI-ACP

Luke Desmond, PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI-ACP

Program Director, Cisco Systems
Luke Desmond has over 20 years of portfolio, program, and project leadership across Australia, Asia, the Middle East, and the United States in technology sectors. He has directed a number of multibillion-dollar programs, established project offices in new countries, implemented ISO9001... Read More →

Saturday October 6, 2018 3:45pm - 5:00pm PDT
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