What Does “Collaboration” and “Social” Really Mean in Project Management?

It’s time for a new competition and a chance to find out the answers to the question What Does Collaboration and Social Really Mean in Project Management?

On the 1st December in London there’s a new and unique session taking place and we have two tickets for two lucky project practitioners.

Here’s a bit about it:

Best selling authors – Peter Taylor (The Lazy Project Manager) and Elizabeth Harrin, will be exploring the exciting but challenging world of collaborative & social project management. They’ll show you that you can overcome the challenges of bringing people together to work seamlessly on projects where your greatest assets – your teams – become your greatest champions for strategic change.

It’s a three hour workshop / session for people who are working in project management who really need to get up to speed with the changes that are happening in the “internet of things” age.

It’s a good one for delivery practitioners – project and programme managers – as well as those working in PMO.

There’s more information available about the event here.

The Camel also has a discount rate available for groups – drop us a line if you’re interested

Oh and it’s on a boat on the Thames and there’s afternoon tea and a glass of bubbly to keep the creative juices flowing.

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