Bingham Farms, MI, USA — orbitak International, LLC invites project managers, managers and others who lead global or international projects to attend the GPMC 2016 conference to understand the challenges of globalized project management, project and portfolio management competencies, qualification and certification, and to discuss innovative approaches and successful solutions to complex projects. Learn how to manage the challenges of synchronizing global projects on April 13 -14 at Lawrence Technological University located at 21000 W. Ten Mile Road, Southfield MI 48075. Registration is now open at www.globalpm2016.eventbrite.com.
A panel of internationally recognized experts from USA, China, India, Germany, UK and Australia will address the issues of successful project management in their countries, establishing successful global teams, stress and burn out in a global project world, and improving quality in global projects and portfolio management. Speakers from academia and IPMA-USA will share how academic providers are cooperating with industry to deliver project management competencies. Executive management from Brose, Durr, Hella, Ford Motor Company, and Volkswagen Group of America will discuss mastering various aspects of global project management and share best practices from a company perspective. Conference moderator, Dr. Thomas Baumann, CEO and President of orbitak International LLC, will lead the panel discussions on successful industry initiatives and demands of global project business world.
This will be the fourth conference that orbitak has organized; previous conferences were in Ann Arbor and Germany. Sponsors and partners for the conference include The Detroit Society of Human Resource Management, Engineering Society of Detroit, International Project Management Association (IPMA-USA), KM Fest, Lawrence Technological University, Oakland County Economic Development and Community Affairs, and VDI. For questions or additional information, contact Kim Rovinski, Event Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-990-3054.