PMPC 2009

PMPC 2009 – Keynote

PMPC 2009 – Keynote

PMPC 2009
PMPC 2009 Keynote Speakers Chief Guest Project management the Toyota wayMr. Vikram Kirloskar Vice Chairman Toyota Kirloskar Motor Keynote Speakers Managing national changeMs. Laura A. Parkin Executive Director National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) Business acumen and project management in difficult timesMr. Mohan Rangan Partner, Rangan Mohan Associates Managing in challenging timesMr. Yogesh Dayal Vice President IBM Global Delivery   Innovation and R&DMr. I.V. Sarma Director R&D BEL Valedictory Address Valedictory AddressProf P. Balaram Director Indian Institute of Science .

PMPC 2009 – What can you expect

PMPC 2009
What can you expect?The unique value proposition that would appeal to all Project Leaders, Project Managers, Program Managers, Delivery Managers, Business Leaders and Industry Thought Leaders across several domains includes: Delivering business value through effective Project Management. Cross industry / Sector Best practices in Delivery Excellence. Learning from domains: Aeronautics & Space, Manufacturing, Construction, Infrastructure, Power, Information Technology and also from the Government, Academic and Social sectors. Interaction with professionals across different sectors. A multi track conference with presentation drawn from the best and proven Project Management practices. Thought leadership to shape the future of Project Management. Inspiring keynote speakers and presenters. ...

PMPC 2009 – Logo

PMPC 2009
The PMPC Logo DescriptionThe nine inner interconnected circles signify the PMI Knowledge areas - Scope, Time, Quality, Cost, Risk, HR, Procurement, Communication and Integration. The innermost circle signifies the Integration knowledge area. The outer circles signify the 4 key stakeholdersthat leverage these knowledge areas namely -Industry, Academia, Government and Society. The PMPC Logo uses Indian tricolor with theknowledge areas in Saffron, the stakeholders inGreen and the innermost knowledge area is blue. All these are enveloped in a sphere signifying India taking its Project Management expertise and best practices to the world.

PMPC 2009 Home Page

PMPC 2009
PMPC 2009 is now complete. It was well received by the participants. Thank you for your wonderful support! See you in Sept 2010 at PMPC 2010 2 days, Multiple industry verticals, 6 Mega Case studies, 6 Keynotes, 5 Track speakers & 5 panelists | Earn 16 PDUs | Conference Brochure | Registration form | Conference Schedule | Directions to Venue Project Management Practitioners' Conference 2009 Understand the significance of PMPC Logo PMI Bangalore chapter, one of the fastest growing chapters in the Asia Pacific region brings to you one of the largest Project Management Events - PMPC 2009. PMPC builds on the successful momentum of PMPC 2006, 2007 & 2008 conferences. PMPC is designed for Project Management practitioners and is one of the most awaited and prestigious PM conferences of...