CALL FOR PAPERS
21 December 2012 – The College of Performance Management (CPM) in the United States has announced that the 29th edition of their popular earned value conference – EVM World 2013 – will again be held in Naples, Florida, USA during 29-31 May 2013. CPM has also issued an Invitation for Abstracts for presentations and workshops for the conference, with abstracts due January 25, 2013. The event will be at the spectacular Waldorf Astoria Naples hotel. To learn more, visit http://evmworld.org/.
The EVM World 2013 Conference will provide an opportunity to share knowledge and information about project performance management techniques, including earned value management (EVM). The conference will include training, presentations and discussions on current topics from practicing professionals, access to world leaders in project performance management, networking opportunities, and information about the latest in software and consulting to make your program successful.
For speakers, all materials must be in the format described in the Speaker Requirements available at the web site http://evmworld.org/speakers. Abstract should be submitted [using a file name that includes the name of the author(s) so that the file will be easily identifiable] with a biography for the following sessions at http://evmworld.org/submit/.
- Practice Symposia: Lessons learned and best practices on the implementation of earned value management, updates on recent developments, and integrating project performance management with other management techniques.
In the selection process, preference will be given to papers that address the tools and techniques used to identify and implement Technical Performance Measures that are integrated with Earned Value Management or other program performance measures.
- Workshops: A forum to introduce and develop new and emerging practices and techniques to improve program management using project performance management. Objectives are to identify potential solutions. Workshops are not intended to provide training or instruction on project performance management.
- Tools Track: For Tools Track sponsorship information, contact Gaile Argiro at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.370.7885. Not intended to provide lessons learned nor best practices.
- For Training Seminars, contact Kim Hunter at email@example.com
Originally established as the Performance Management Association, the College of Performance Management (CPM) served as a college of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) from 1999 until February 2012. CPM is an international, non-profit professional organization dedicated to the disciplines of earned value, performance measurement and project management. CPM assists the earned value professional and project manager in professional growth and promotes the application of earned value management. CPM is a growing body of professionals dedicated to managing projects on time and on budget. For more information, visit www.mycpm.org.
Source: College of Performance Management