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Project Management Afternoon Workshop

October 12, 12:00-16:00

Helsinki, Finland
TechCode (Finland) SME services Oy, 20 A Porkkalankatu, 00180 Helsinki, Finland

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In this up tempo, highly interactive workshop, you will join a diverse group of project managers [1] on a whirlwind journey spanning the history of project management, a comparison of ‘plan driven’ vs ‘inspect and adapt’ approaches and then tackle whether agile methods and traditional project management methods can co-exist together, or not. The workshop is designed to challenge you – there are several on-the-spot exercises where you will work together with people who have a similar amount of project management experience to yourself. Be prepared for plenty of opinions, ample opportunity to share your thoughts, perhaps the odd consensus and a thought-provoking roller coaster ride. Here’s what participants had to say about the last workshop:"Jam-packed with tips and highly interactive - definitely worth checking out if you manage projects." Rami Korhonen, CEO & Co-Founder at IWA“Solid content, good exercises and lots of vibrant interaction from a very diverse group. The workshop was action packed and yet had a friendly atmosphere about it. It was time well spent!” Volker Rahmlow, Project Manager at Frosmo This is a great opportunity to meet other folks working in the project management space from a broad range of organisations. If you want to attend the workshop, we advise that you book your place ASAP, especially since this time we are limiting the number of participants to just 16. More about the trainer: curtisconsulting.fi If you're looking to have more than five people from your company attending, drop us a line at [email protected] - we'd be happy to run a workshop just for your company at your offices. [1] Or folks who deal with project management matters but are not primarily project managers.

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