Like other project management related blogs, I take the time to post articles on my blog not just to feel important but also because I believe in the need to ‘enable’ information and provide my readers with the opportunity to extend their knowledge with yet another view-point.

I am a strong advocate of personal growth through the on-going acquisition of knowledge and information.

It is in the above context that I am happy to recommend The Project Management Telesummit which will take place 8-10 march, 2011. This event, coordinated by Samad Aidane from, will provide opportunities for attendees to learn from fifteen of today’s dynamic and engaging thought leaders how to deliver successful projects and stay ahead despite today’s challenging and turbulent business climate.

Attendees can join the event from the comfort of their home, office, or anywhere in between. Even better, all Telesummit presentations will be recorded. If participants are unable to attend the live sessions as they happen, they can watch the recording when it is most convenient to them.

Here’s a glimpse at some of the Telesummit speakers and topics:

• Rick Morris: Stop Playing Games! A Project Manager’s Guide to Successfully Navigating Organizational Politics
• Tres Roeder: A Sixth Sense for Project Management
• Dr. Steven Flannes: Recognizing and Resolving Project Conflict
• Dr. Margery Mayer: Global Communications; what does it means in today’s business?
• Traci Duez: Change is Impossible Unless You Change Your Mind
• Todd Williams: Improving Project Inception
• Richard B. Sheridan: Agile and the Business Value of Joy
• Dana Brownlee: The Secrets to Running Project Status Meetings that WORK!!
• Jason Fair: Agile in large Enterprise System Integration projects
• Steve Martin: Consulting Secrets for Project Managers
• Geoff Crane: The Soft Skill Salsa: An Examination of Destructive Behaviors in Project Managers
• Patricia Garofano: Look before you Leap: Managing the Successful Vendor Transition Project
• Bernardo Tirado: How Does Understanding Human Behavior Increase Your Project Success Rate?
• Brian Munro: A methodology for rescuing troubled projects
• Peter Taylor: The art of productive laziness

This is an ideal opportunity to get a conference experience without all the cost and hassle of travel (no hotel, rental car, or wasted time). 

Space is limited so I encourage you to register as soon as possible.

Register online here:

Click on this link to get information on Registration, Speakers, and Agenda.

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