Bizcamp Belgium

Published on Dec 4th, 2011 by

Bizcamp Belgium

I went to Bizcamp Belgium today, loved it. This is the definition of the event from their website:

Bizcamp is an unconference that is organized by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, that is based on the idea of Barcamp.

Barcamps are unconferences where you go to network, learn and share knowledge. These events are free to go to but you’re expected to help out or give a presentation. Sales pitches are out of the question though, you can’t just come and advertise what you sell or do.

Quite a vehemently crowd, I must say, people talking about taking risks, creating value and finding the best way to get a business thriving. Met with a few other project managers too, and that wasn’t surprising. In the end, every phase of growing a business is a project.

I’ll share my take-aways after, saying thanks.

Thanks organisation: (@tjorvend), (@leoexter),, (@tamaragielen),

And sponsors:

zenito.bebardoffice.comThe Egg.

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Coming in March 8-10: The Project Management Telesummit

Published on Mar 6th, 2011 by

Coming in March 8-10: The Project Management Telesummit

I have a great tip for this week, the first edition of the Project Management Telesummit will be held March 8-10, 2011. This is a great training opportunity and it’s this week, so be sure to check it out.

It’s a live, online “virtual” event that will feature 15 leading and emerging voices in Project Management who will share valuable and fresh insights on topics such as:

  • Successfully navigating organizational politics
  • Resolving project conflict
  • Agile in large enterprise system integration projects
  • Rescuing troubled projects
  • Communication for global teams
  • Consulting skills for Project Managers

All presentations will be recorded. If you are unable to attend the live sessions, you can watch the recording when it is most convenient to you.

If you just heard about it now you can still go because it’s a conference experience without all the cost and hassle of travel (no hotel, rental car, or wasted time).

For those of you who are maintaining PMI credential, attending this event counts for 15 PDUs which is a nice bonus.

Space is limited so go on and register now at:

Visit the website for all the information on the event.

be sure to check out the agenda, the topics are very promising.

You can email from Guerrilla Project Management who is presenting the event, if you have any questions.

Talk on my list that I’m looking forward in particular are “Consulting Secrets for Project Managers”, “Agile and the Business Value of Joy” and “How Does Understanding Human Behavior Increase Your Project Success Rate?”.

Hope to see you at the PM Telesummit!

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