Global training is one meeting niche that already benefits from virtual conferencing. International Institute for Learning (IIL) will provide further insights into this 21st century meeting convenience during International Project Management Day on Nov. 3.
Expected to be the world’s largest online project management conference, the theme of International Project Management Day is “Leading with Agility and Embracing Change.” IIL reports that thousands of professionals, from project managers to C-suite executives, will come together to learn about new insights focused on the future of project management, business, leadership, agility and sustainability.
Headquartered in New York City, IIL is an international leader for training, providing learning and development solutions that are critical in helping organizations succeed. With clients in more than 150 countries rely, IIL has developed an expertise in customized course development.
“This year we are honored to bring together a truly incredible group of keynote speakers and presenters,” says E. LaVerne Johnson, president, CEO and Founder of IIL. “IPM Day is just one way for IIL to support our valued clients who look to us both for what they need today and to identify the new trends for tomorrow.”
The virtual conferencing event will feature six keynote sessions with live Q&A scheduled throughout the day and more than 25 video presentations.
8:30–9:30 a.m.: “Benefits Realization and Value Management”
Harold Kerzner, Ph.D., senior executive director, IIL
10–11 a.m.: “Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age” T
Tom Peters, founder, Tom Peters Company and Co-Author, In Search of Excellence
11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.: “How to Navigate the Real-World Complexity to Drive Delivery Value for the Organization”
Joanna Durand, senior Vice president, TD Bank Group
2–3 p.m.: “Innovating Around the Box: The LEGO Approach to Innovation”
David Robertson, professor of practice, The Wharton School and Author, Brick by Brick
3:30–4:30 p.m.: “Why Proactive Water Stewardship is Good for Planet and Profit“ Nelson Switzer – VP and Chief Sustainability Officer, Nestle Waters North America
5–6 p.m.: “Scrum: Disrupting the Automotive Industry”
Joe Justice, president Scrum@Hardware, Scrum, Inc. and Founder, Team WIKISPEED
Participants also will have the opportunity to network with other attendees, download content and visit sponsor booths. PMI® credential holders can earn up to 30 professional development units (PDUs). Content will be available for 90 days after Nov. 3.