Bill Clinton and Project Management – PMWT Editorial discusses importance of October Speech to PMI
June editorial in PM World Today eJournal Suggests Clinton Speech to PMI Global Congress in October could have Positive Impact on Project Management Profession
What has former US President Bill Clinton to do with professional project management? Not enough yet but that is about to change, according the David Pells, Managing Editor at PMForum and PM World Today. Pells’
According to the article’s introduction, “While PMI has had some big names and well known speakers at events in the past, this will be the first time that a former U.S. president will appear as guest speaker. With this year’s event, featuring former U.S. president Bill Clinton, PMI is finally reaching the level where professional project management belongs. This is a very significant and exciting development.”
The June editorial provides background information on former US President William J. Clinton, describes the impressive humanitarian activities and global reach of the Clinton Foundation, discusses his far reaching contacts among world leaders, and suggests some possible benefits to PMI and the project management profession that could arise from his speech. In addition, Pells outlines some steps that PMI might take to promote this big event and use President Clinton’s appearance to advance the PM profession.
The June edition of PM World Today again features nearly 100 articles, papers and stories about projects and project management from more than 30 countries. To read the Editorial about Bill Clinton and Project Management click here; For other contents of the June edition, visit www.pmworldtoday.net.
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