A wonderful and epic day occurs this week. A day to celebrate the mightily patient, the allocating superstars, the dependency diagram dreamers, (and even the RACI ninjas). It is International PM Day on November 6, 2014—and about time, as far as we’re concerned!
Project managers are the unsung heros of virtually every organization, and they deserve a glorious day of appreciation. PMs do it all, and they make it look easy. Thank your project manager and project teams today, even if it’s just a coffee break and a simple thank you.
Getting the Most Out of IPM Day!
Take part in International PM Day on social media (#IPMDAY) or sign up for the free online conference hosted by the International Institute for Learning. More than 75,000 project managers are expected to attend, from more than 160 represented countries. IIL’s IPMDAY will feature 5 keynote sessions (with Q&A) and more than 25 video presentations from global trainers, consultants, practitioners, CEOs, and authors—including professionals from Mayo Clinic, Project Management Institute, Price Waterhouse Coopers, IIL, and other leading organizations.
Participants will be able to network with fellow attendees and visit virtual booths from IIL and the event sponsors. PMI-certified practitioners will also be able to claim up to 12 Professional Development Units (PDUs) for attending.
Join thousands this Thursday and cheer the worldwide project management team!