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Dutch Book Launch at IPMA 2014 World Congress

 

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First European Launch Event for “Reinventing Communication: How to Design, Lead and Manage High Performing Projects” by Mark Phillips, Gower 2014

5 September 2014 – Michigan, USA – Mark Phillips has announced that his book “Reinventing Communication,” Gower 2014, will have its Dutch launch at the IPMA 2014 World Congress in Rotterdam. The launch and book signing will take place on Tuesday, September 30 at 13.00 local time, at the Finext Booth at the World Trade Center in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. This is the first European event for the book, following events in Australia and across the United States earlier this year. More information can be found here.

140905-pmwj26-dutch-IMAGE“We are excited to have Mark hold his Dutch launch at IPMA and our booth,” said Mr. Frank Fondse, Business Development Manager for Finext and Co-Manager of the Leadership stream for the IPMA 2014 World Congress. “We are expecting over 1,000 people at the Congress. Mark’s workshop on the impact of communication on project performance is on the morning of the launch. The book signing will be a great way to continue the discussions started during Mark’s workshop.” The full program for that day at IPMA 2014 is available here.

About Mark’s new book, Ilya Pozin, columnist at Forbes wrote “It is a must-have for web companies, entrepreneurs and established companies who want to maintain an edge.”

Bruce Holmes (US Navy SEAL retired) commented, “A must read book, Mark’s commonsense methodologies and knowledgeable approaches to project management, leadership, and increased communication skills makes this a great guide for any Entrepreneur, Business owner, Engineer, or Developer who wants to be a more successful leader.” Further reviews and information about the book is available at ReinventingCommunication.com.

Gower Publishing, the publisher of “Reinventing Communication” will be at IPMA 2014 with further stock of the book, as well as an array of valuable project management titles and opportunities to meet authors at the Gower Publishing booth.

The 28th edition of the IPMA World Congress will be held from September 29th to October 1st in the City of Rotterdam, The Netherlands under the main theme: “Innovation through Dialogue”. Over 120 speakers in three days filled with the latest experiences and insight about Innovating the world through dialogue. Dialogue within projects, dialogue between projects (portfolio’s), dialogue over time (programs) and dialogue outside projects, with project-owners, users and stakeholders. And of course the dialogue between the business and academic world. More information is available at the conference website.

Mark Phillips is the author of “Reinventing Communication”, a book about project management, system design and complexity from Gower. An accomplished CEO and thought leader with a passion for project communication, he has built a project management software company and consultancy. He led product development on a cutting-edge U.S. Army Research Lab program. He is widely published and delivers workshops worldwide. Mark holds a Masters in Applied Economics from University of Michigan and B.Sc. [Econ] from the London School of Economics. Read his speaker profile for the Congress here.

Finext is a family of consultancy firms with in-depth knowledge of industries, themes and technologies. By creating trust, building connections and thinking out of the box we help organizations to genuinely improve their finance. Founded in 1999, Finext has been organized in a unique way.  Trust, transparency and communications are essential. More information is available here.

Gower (http://www.gowerpublishing.com/) is recognized as one of the world’s leading publishers of specialist business and management books and resources. Our publishing program covers many of the main business processes and functions and we are continuously developing new titles. Founded in 1967, Gower is an independent, global publisher.

Source: Reinventing Communication