808 people came from 54 countries to see the Molly Malone statue at DublinPMI Global Congress EMEA. The United States sent the most delegate (which is unusual for a European event but someone I spoke with said it was a great networking opportunity), the U.K. and Ireland. I also met people from the U.A.E, Nigeria, Kuwait, as well as Romania.
According to Beth Partleton (the Chair of PMI’s Board), 35% of PMI members live outside North America today. However, you don’t need to be a PMI Member to attend Congress.
As many others have done, I’ve been writing about my experiences since returning from Dublin. Here’s a summary of what you might have missed.
My video diary for Day 1 with my first impressions. My video diary for Day 2 including the Irish folk band. My video diary for Day 3 including my sightseeing tour around Dublin
I also produced a video diary from the EMEA Leadership Institute Meeting, which was held prior to Congress. I gave a presentation on using social media to connect members.
These are some articles that are based on Congress presentations.
How to manage up: How to help your manager
Talking in the office: How your words can impact your projects
The work of PMIEF in Philanthropic Projects and the second part that describes two case studies on school project management.
Complex projects: Early warning signs and the second part about using project reviews as a way to spot early warning signs are both available on The Money Files blog at Gantthead.
Luis Seabra Coelho summarized all the presentations he saw on Ah-Ha Moments.
Thomas Juli shared his presentation about collaboration for success on his blog.
To view all tweets related to the event, search #pmidublin on Twitter.
There may be other articles. Let me know in the comment section if you have any!