To manage projects in today's highly technological and globally connected marketplace, project managers need to rethink the traditional tools, techniques, and processes they have used to implement and control previous projects. This article profiles the activities planned for the PMI Global Congress 2007--North America (Atlanta, GA, USA; 6-9 October 2007). In doing so, it discusses the views and accomplishments of the keynote speaker, Robert K. Cooper, author and chair of the strategic advisory firm Advanced Excellence Systems LLP. It also overviews some of this congress's scheduled presentations and its auxiliary events, such as the 31 SeminarsWorld sessions. It then describes one of the many benefits that congress attendees enjoy: The opportunity for project professionals to network with their peers. Accompanying this article is a sidebar identifying some of this congress's presentations, which are organized in relation to the congress's 12 Areas of Focus.