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PMI Chapter Finland Annual Conference 10 MAY 2017
You are wellcome to hear what Jaakko Eskola (CEO of Wärtsilä), Carl Haglund (CEO of Kaidi), Tuomo Haukkovaara (Vice president of IBM Nordic) and Jane Morgan (IIL Senior Consultant & Coach) and other speakers have to say about “The Changes” in the business environment, in our project world and about Change in ourselves. We will look at the change through the lenses of project management from different perspectives:
- What does change mean for you as a project manager and what does it mean to your company?
- Are you ready for a change and can you recognize it?
- How does the digitalization influence your business, the working culture and you as a project manager?
- How to start loving change?
See and read more about the Conference, Program and Speakers on Conference web pages.
.. or why not immediately get your early bird benefit and buy a ticket now.
We are happy to announce five team leads in the Conference 2017 project group.
We welcome all other volunteers on board as well. Conference project kick-off is 27.10.2016 – you are welcome to the ‘LWT event’ even if you have not been registered as a volunteer. Any comments are also welcome.
Heikki Hartikainen, Conference 2017 project manager
Conference project manager was appointed in Chapter Board meeting 12.9.2016. We are happy to announce Heikki Hartikainen taking the lead in conference arrangements. You can see a short bio in: PMI Finland Board
Conference theme will be around ‘Change’. Change… around us, in the working and business environment. Change… the changes our projects seek to perform. Change… in project management methods we use. Change… in the people; how to motivate, how to lead, how to manage myself.
More about the theme as soon as the team has finalized it and the board approved.
Now, it is time to apply for volunteer positions in the Conference team. Volunteering – in addition to making the Conference really coming alive – gives you opportunity to join a team and network with peers, earn PDUs (something you need if you are certified PMP or have any other PMI certification), perhaps learn something new, .. and enjoy seeing real results from your activities.
Read more about Volunteer positions here
Success of our PMI Finland Conference 2017 is in your hands.
The Conference is organized totally by volunteers like you and me.
Volunteering – in addition to making the Conference really coming alive – gives you opportunity to join a team and network with peers, earn PDUs (something you need if you are certified PMP or have any other PMI certification), perhaps learn something new, .. and enjoy seeing real results from your activities.
Now we are seeking the following people:
- Team lead for Program (ID 8223)
- Team lead for Marketing (ID 8226)
- Team lead for Financials (ID 8229)
- Team lead for Sales (ID 8228)
- Team lead for Facilities (ID 8230)
- Team members for all teams mentioned above (IDs 8231, 8232, 8234, 8235, 8238)
For team lead positions we are asking the applications by 17.10.2016, for team member positions by 31.10.2016. Note: we will be recruiting more volunteers later, so don’t panic if you miss the deadline :=)
How to apply?
We’d like to promote using of PMI’s official tool, VRMS https://vrms.pmi.org/ (Volunteer Relationship Management System). So, the preferred way to apply is:
- Log in VRMS https://vrms.pmi.org/ with your PMI credentials
- Search for the position: you can use directly the ID above as a ‘search term’ OR you can use ‘Coordinator last name’ = Hartikainen OR you select ‘Chapters’ = Finland Chapter’ and ‘search term’ = Conference. (So, this is also a short training on VRMS for you :=)
- Send your application in VRMS
The other options – if you are busy or for any reason don’t want / can’t use VRMS – just send an email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org OR call +358 400 610 016. These other options can also be used by non-members who don’t have access to PMI systems.
You are warmly welcomed to apply for a position AND tell about this opportunity to your friends and colleagues in project management – even if they are not PMI members.