Every year, TED works with a group of carefully selected organizations like PMI to identify their best inventors, connectors, and creators. They oversee the curation process and provide one-on-one talk development training to sharpen and hone ideas and talks. TED@PMI is a celebration of that need to reimagine those moments of inspiration and the mesmerizing experience of turning ideas into action.
This is an opportunity to let talents, ideas, and vision of the project community shine to the world. We're going to showcase project leaders who turn ideas into action and inspiration into reality. The culmination will be a virtual TED@PMI event where our speakers and performers will take the stage to share their big, bold, creative idea with the PMI Community.
How were the TED@PMI Speakers selected?
PMI Members Globally, Certification Holders in Mainland China and PMI Employees we’re invited to apply for the opportunity to be a speaker as part of the TED@PMI program earlier this year. TED reviewed the hundreds of applications and carefully selected 12 submissions for the TED@PMI program. Speakers were notified in May 2020.
Can I earn PDUs for attending TED@PMI?
No, TED@PMI is not a virtual event to earn PDUs towards maintaining a certification. If interested in earning PDUs please check out the new Virtual Experience Series at Experience.PMI.org.
My Chapter is interested in hosting a TED event. Who can I contact?
Visit TED.com to learn more about hosting a local TEDx event.
How is TED@PMI different than the new Virtual Experience Series?
TED@PMI is a free virtual celebration of our community of doers and the vision, inspiration and plain mesmerizing awe of turning ideas into action. The Virtual Experience Series allows project professionals the opportunity to experience the power of PMI’s global community and provides access to the best and brightest industry mentors and experts. You can earn 27+ PDUs, connect with your peers, and enjoy the wealth of services PMI has to offer you right now. Learn more about the Virtual Experience Series at Experience.PMI.org.
If I have more questions about TED@PMI who can I contact?