Project Management Institute

2001 Seminars & Symposium offers latest project management trends

The Project Management Institute's 2001 Annual Seminars & Symposium is profiled, scheduled to be held in Nashville, Tennessee, 1--10 November 2001.This event has been newly formulated and designed to be more interesting to attendees, and will provide evening events to enable networking among participants.Over 100 exhibitors are slated to be present; 180 papers will be read in 20 different subject areas; and the awards programs will present, among others honors, the PMI Fellow Award, the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award, and PMI Educational Foundation Student Paper Award.A sample list of the titles of technical papers is provided, as well as a schedule of Nashville's attractions.
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