2011 International Conference of Global Management Studies
On Monday 28th February I presented a paper at the 2011 International Conference of the Association of Global Management Studies, which has just concluded in Las Vegas. The conference provided opportunities for networking and collaboration amongst scholars from academia, industry and government, and encouraged papers on any aspect of management and business.My presentation was entitled, “Project Management – Contemporary Issues – Contemporary Answers – Generation Y”, and I explored why there is a credibility gap, proposed two approaches to address the gap and finally, focused on the opportunity presented by Generations Y and Z for updating project management, moving it to the forefront of importance within organisations.
On the strength of my presentation I’ve been invited to ‘swing by’ Washington on my way home to talk to the Faculty of Business at Mary Washington University, so I’m looking forward to presenting my case study material and my views on the reality of PM. But before that, I’ll be in Durham, North Carolina speaking at a Pharmaceutical conference – more about that later.
In the meantime, the following links will take you to the full version of my paper, my powerpoint presentation and also the AGMS website.