Managing through Changing Political and Economic Times
Released on: October 23, 2008, 4:02 pm
Press Release Author: Press Officer
Press Release Summary: It is a fact that in the current economy, there is a stronger need for individuals who know how to effectively lead organizations in the balancing of ever-changing schedules, decreasing budgets and resource pools, and demanding business asks. Project Managers are, in fact those leaders best suited to deal with these challenges.
Press Release Body: On November 6, 2008, the Washington DC Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMIWDC) will host its annual International Project Management Day conference and awards event. The event, dedicated to the profession that is having an ever-increasing impact to the success of organizations, has an appropriate 2008 theme of "Managing through Changing Political and Economic Times."
Nationally recognized speakers, Lee Lambert and Carl Pritchard lead this informative evening for business managers, executives, and project management practitioners. A vendor exhibition from leading project management tools and solutions providers will be on-hand for attendees as well as a buffet dinner and networking reception. A recognition ceremony and celebration of PMIWDC's first ever Project Manager of the Year Award will also be part of the evening's activities.
Anyone stuck for ideas and inspiration on how to meet the challenges of delivering on-time and on-budget in the current economic and political climate should make plans to attend. For additional details on the event, visit PMIWDC's website - http://pmiwdc.org /pmday-2008
PMIWDC International Project Management Day, Conference and Awards event Crystal City - Crowne Plaza Hotel Thursday, November 6, 2008 5:30pm - 9:00pm
About the Project Management Institute, Washington DC Chapter
The Project Management Institute, Washington DC Chapter, Inc. (PMIWDC) is the largest component of the Project Management Institute in the world with over 8300 active members. Formed in 1978 to serve the networking and educational needs of area residents, PMIWDC activities include monthly meetings, professional development offerings, outreach to overseas chapters, periodic workshops and seminars from noted business leaders.
PMIWDC events and activities attract all levels of business and government managers, executives, and project management practitioners and provides a framework for professional networking and social interaction among its members. For more information, visit www.pmiwdc.org.
Web Site: http://pmiwdc.org/
Contact Details: Media Contact: David Deas, Marketing and Public Relations Project Management Institute, Washington DC (PMIWDC) 703.683.4804 press (at) pmiwdc.org