With the growing awareness of agile frameworks and methods, PMI created the Agile Practice Guide which was delivered with the 6th edition of the PMBOK Guide. Rather than viewing these two areas as philosophically opposed to each other, common convictions and needs were addressed. These combined methods are key to improving project results in an ever-changing business environment.
A PMI Budapest, Magyar Tagozat a hazai projektmenedzsment szakma meghatározó szakmai szervezete 2003 óta. Az elmúlt másfél évtizedben elhivatottan arra törekedtünk, hogy a lehető legnagyobb szakmai támogatást nyújthassuk nem csak az egyesületünk tagjainak, hanem a magyarországi projektmenedzsment szakma összes képviselőjének és hatékonyan együttműködjünk a hazai szakmai társ-szervezetekkel.
Looking for insights and inspiration? Join PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter “7th Art of Projects Conference” on 7th of November, 2019. in the Budapest Music Centre’s Conference Hall. For 50 years, project and programme management professionals have made modern marvels possible. PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter “7th Art of Projects Conference” will teach you the concepts, skills, and behaviors to help shape the next 50. Thanks to our exciting new partnership with our excellent speakers, you will feel even more inspired to do it. This year’s event features PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter’s first-ever Keynote Session delivered by James R. Snyder the founder of PMI – Project Management Institute to inspire and inform project management professionals. In this unique and uplifting session, Jim is going to talk about “Reflections on the History of Project Management and the Project Management Institute”.
Positive Leadership in Project Management – The world business environment and pressures of continuous change and intense competition require every organization to attract and sustain authentic and adaptive project leaders. This presentation addresses the importance of developing and enhancing the ability to lead project teams effectively and successfully through a positive and supportive people-focused approach. The challenges of leadership are discussed from business management and project management point of view and focuses on the importance of establishing a strong and mutually beneficial connection between the project manager and the team.