Why? 3 reasons you need to join us
- Network with business and academia. Get practical ideas you can put into action
- Innovate with us. So bring your issues and ideas and let’s work them together.
- Meet young talent. Project Management students from a variety of disciplines will be there. So be there to see your future workforce.
A 2-day event
April 11-12, 2019 at TU Delft Conference Center. With the Goal to bring together academic and industry to create a foundation of understanding and actionable ideas. The tagline for the event is “Adapt or Die” – showcasing the need for change in academics, business and project management.
The goal of this event is to bring together:
- Research and Practice: International Professors and Project Management Grads to connect to business world to understand how their academic viewpoint can impact or benefit business.
- Business gain insight into the latest academic work and see what can be leveraged in the workplace. Also, share business’ needs with academia to bring a ‘fit for purpose‘ aspect to the international studies and papers.
- Working together TU Delft and Business can agree on shared goals, ideas to pursue, support to be given, and potential co-creation with Business R&D centers.
- PMI will bring business, practice, and process to the event to showcase the latest thinking in PM best practices, and give insight in to ‘real world PM problems’.
The audience expected 500 members of international scientists and students, business from around the Netherlands both large and mid-size.
We are looking for Speaker to –
1. Share insights, challenges, or lessons learned focused business/project outcomes, issues or experiences.
- topic: Leadership, Change, Learning, etc.
- format: “ted style talk” presentation, workshop, moderated panel discussion, meet up (informal discussion).
- time frame: 45 mins, 1.5, or 2 hours.
- collaborative: present together with an academic or student, or solo
3 . Tell us what you need from us! We will need a submission, your bio and a photo by 31 December, and a final version of your talk by March 1, 2019.