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Pre-Conference workshop on November 04: DecisionLab

As a modeling tool poker is used in the decision making, and real business decisions are simulated.
Poker in decision-making, dating psychology or an exciting board game in sales management are the vehicles to key up the participant’s passion to be ready for a “gamified” way of self-development.

Peter Graham
peter grahamAssociate Partner and European Leader for Policing at IBM, Global Business Services

A business strategy and transformation leader with a record of delivering private and public sector business performance improvements across a range of international and national organizations with experience of leadership across disciplines including strategy, policy, operations, innovation and program management. A recognized thought leader in law enforcement, international border security and identity management.

Zsolt Kudich and his wife Réka Zsirmon
k zsHungarian award winner nature and fine-art photographers,
special speakers of the Art of Projects Conference

(presentation in Hungarian)

Their approach is to bring the fragile balance of nature to light in an artistically powerful way. They are prolific winners of national and international competitions. Their images have been published in prestigious international magazines, books, and publications, among others National Geographic, Nature’s Best Photography Magazine, GEO Magazine, and Nikon International Calendar.

Bob Small (Robert Allan Small)
bob smallAgile Coach, SAFe Program Consultant Distinguished Member, Technical Staff Verizon Enterprise Solutions

Bob has 30 years of experience in information technology and had faced lots of issues and struggle that accompanies the classical approach to software development.
Since joining the world of agile software development, he has worked extensively in enterprise-wide roll-outs of agile, trained and coached project teams and organization to improve their agility.

unnamedJános Pál Németh
Executive Partner at Gartner Hungary and Bulgaria

Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the world's leading information technology research and advisory company. We deliver the technology-related insight necessary for our clients to make the right decisions, every day.

János started his career at multinational companies such as Pannon GSM Telecommunications and Hewlett-Packard Hungary where he fulfilled different management positions. He joined i-Tango in 2013. i-Tango is the exclusive and independent distributor of Gartner products and services in Bulgaria and Hungary.

Deena Gordon ParlaDeena Gordon Parla
PMP Director, SDOC Chair

2015 Project Management Institute Board of Directors

Deena Gordon Parla has served PMI as a volunteer leader since 2004 and has worked on strategic initiatives for chapters worldwide.

She has leadership experience in strategy development, business transformation, and project/program/portfolio management, primarily in the ICT, pharmaceutical, R&D, energy, and defence industries. This experience includes delivery of projects for global multi-national corporations, governmental, and not-for-profit organizations in North America and EMEA. Ms. Gordon Parla is currently a principal consultant for Global Business Management Consultants, where her primary focus is project management consultancy engagements for multi-national clients seeking to enhance organizational performance by closing the gap between strategy and implementation. She also teaches project management at the Middle Eastern Technical University in Turkey.

Mark Kozak HollandMark Kozak-Holland

As the author behind the series, Mark Kozak-Holland brings years of experience as a consultant who helps Fortune-500 companies formulate projects that leverage emerging technologies. Since 1985 he has been straddling the business and IT worlds making these projects happen. He is a PMP, certified business consultant, author of several books, and a noted speaker.

Mark has always been interested in tracing the evolution of technology and the 3 industrial revolutions of the last 300 years. Whilst recovering a failed Financial Services project he first used the Titanic analogy to explain to project executives why the project had failed. The project recovery was going to take 2 years and $8m cost versus the original $2m cost and 1 year duration.
As a historian, Mark seeks out the wisdom of the past to help others avoid repeating mistakes and to capture time-proven techniques. His lectures on the Titanic project have been very popular at gatherings of project managers and CIOs.

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