Join us in Integrating Project Management Standards on the island of Crete. Integrate your own standards for project and program success at this 2012 IPMA World Congress. Play a part in the design of the Congress with your proposals; interact in vibrant sessions and workshops; rejoice in the wide publication of the results. There is a way forward in times of economic challenges. Project Management and you should be part of it.
You are welcomed in Crete, one of the most popular islands in Greece, at our Congress venue, where the original dialogues might have begun. This session to advance academic and Professional project management will meet 5,000 years of history, idyllic beaches, and a bouquet of fascinating parallel activities. So mark your calendars and make sure you do not miss the 2012 IPMA World Congress!
The 26th IPMA World Congress will be held on one of the most popular islands in Greece, at an exclusive 5 star Convention and Golf resort where the dialogue for the advancement of academic and professional project management will meet 5,000 years of history, idyllic beaches and a bouquet of fascinating parallel activities. Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2012 IPMA World Congress on Project Management. For information, visit www.ipma2012.gr.
Crete is the largest island in Greece. Next to being the home of the first European civilisation – the Minoan civilization dating 5000 years ago, the island offers mountains and sandy beaches that belong among the world's finest. Moreover, Crete has a mild Mediterranean climate. The conference participants will have the opportunity to taste one of the oldest and most tasty gastronomic traditions globally and enjoy the famous Cretan hospitality.
Date: 29 - 31 October 2012
The 26th IPMA World Congress is being organized by the Network of Project Managers in Greece (PM-Greece), the Greek member association of IPMA, in cooperation with the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure. The 26th IPMA World Congress Chairman is Dr John – Paris Pantouvakis, Associate Professor, Director of the Department of Construction Engineering & Management, Faculty of Civil Engineering, NTUA, Athens, Greece.
Professor Pantouvakis can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org