21st Global Project Management Symposium to be 2-3 December 2013 in New Delhi, India


29 July 2013 – New Delhi, India – Project Management Associates (PMA), the Indian national project management association, has announced that their 21st annual Global Symposium will be held this year during 2-3 December.  The venue will be Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi, India.  The event – Linking Project Mindset to Nations Prosperity – is organized by PMA with the support of the Centre for Excellence in Project Management (CEPM), the International Project Management Association (IPMA), the Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management (APFPM) and the International Institute of Program and Project Management (I2P2M). Visit www.pma-india.org.

21st-global-symposium-2013PMA has also announced that Shri TKA Nair, Adviser to the Prime Minister of India, will be the Chairman of the International Advisory Council (IAC) for the GS 2013.  In addition, for the first time, the APFPM comprising professional societies in 16 countries, have also agreed to associate with the event.  The APFPM project management awards will be given out in New Delhi on December 2, 2013.

In addition to keynote speakers, panels and social activities, the GS 2013 will include presentations and discussions along the following topic tracks:

  • Need for Integrated Energy Resource Planning
  • Project – The Backbone to Economy
  • Decision making and Risk Tolerance
  • New Directions in Project, Program & Portfolio Management
  • Linking Strategies to Project Excellence
  • Technology & Competitiveness
  • Speeding Infrastructure Development
  • Leadership in Managing Change

2013 is a Special year as PMA is celebrating 20 years of its continuous endeavors in strengthening the project management movement. The 21st Global Symposium (GS 2013) on ‘Linking Project Mindset to Nations Prosperity’ on 2nd & 3rd December, 2013 will be a landmark event. Mark your calendar now.

Project Management Associates (PMA) is a not for profit registered professional body of projects and business managers with the aim of strengthening project management in India. It was formed in 1993 by its Founding President, Adesh Jain. Since then PMA has made tremendous strides in creating a massive awareness amongst CEO’s, practicing managers & academia regarding the importance of balancing time, cost & scope with quality built-in and meeting the diversified expectations of various stakeholders. PMA has 14 Chapters across India with 56 Corporate Life Members including Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation (MOSPI), Ministry of Shipping, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, and 650 Individual Life Members. www.pma-india.org or www.cepm.com. Email: [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected]