PM Forum 2011 from 25-26 October in Nuremberg, Germany: more than 700 applications! Nuremberg, October 11, 2011 over 700 project manager have already to the 28 international German project management forum of the GPM of Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Projektmanagement in Nuremberg signed up. Under the motto project highlights. Radiant success through competence” are around all aspects of project management high on the agenda of the participants experience sharing, knowledge transfer, benchmarking and networking. Competence in project management contributes to the successful economic development of enterprises, is the focus of this year’s Congress. Project Manager, present their best practices from DAX listed companies as well as medium-sized.
Over 45 sponsors and exhibitors give the largest market overview of the PM industry. In the PM, Campana & SCHOTT and Microsoft, Siemens AG and TIBA main sponsors are Forum 2011. Sponsors are IBM, next level consulting Germany, Planview as well as Projectplace.
“In addition to program and exhibition also an interesting social programme is available: Peter Grossmann, known from the ARD Morgenmagazin, the evening is up-to-the-stars” moderate on October 25. This evening, the GPM gives two renowned project management awards: the German project Excellence Award, the BRITA and Frankfurt airport and DFS project teams compete, and the German studies award of project management, the award for outstanding theses on project management topics will. The day the day before of the PM Forum held PMO is already sold out with 200 participants! Gabriele Danzebrink, competent GPM Board for the PM Forum: we greatly appreciate the many applications to the PM Forum 2011. There is a high demand for sharing and training on project management as more and more activities in the form of projects are conducted. We are very happy, that we hit the nerve of the project leader Forum with the PM.” Complete program including registration: GPM German Association for project management The GPM is the leading professional association for project management in Germany. With currently more than 5,800 members and 280 corporate members from all sectors of the economy, universities and public institutions, the GPM is the largest network of project management professionals on the European continent. The primary target of 1979 founded GPM is to promote, to develop, to systematize, standardize the application of project management in Germany and continue to spread.