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Conference programme

Accepted abstracts as by 10.12.2018:

  1. (USA). An Analysis of Project Management Programs in the State University of New York System
  2. (Austria). Project Success in IT: an attempt to define an ambiguous concept in an increasingly agile, customer-centered world
  3. (Poland). AGILE Transformation Challenges - Team Values Perspective
  4. (Latvia). The Project Risk Registers Analysis Based of the Project Risk Management Concept 'Risk' Decisive Concept 'Event'
  5. (Austria). Practical Verification of CLT Assumption For PERT Application 
  6. (India). Implementing Agile Project Management (Scrum) approach in the development of building projects
  7.  (Estonia). New direction in project management
  8. (USA). Exploring Project Management Decision-Making Process under Time Pressure
  9. (Germany). SCRUM4CONSULTING - AGILE Project Management For Consulting Projects 
  10. (Indonesia). Managing Risk Of Refinery Megaproject Based on ISO 31000 and PMBOK
  11. (Austria). Commonalities of Project and Process Management From an Organizational Viewpoint
  12. (Poland). Project Management on the Example of Implementation of Continuous Improvement in the Enterprise of the TFL Sector.
  13. (Russia). Project Finance: Principles and efficiency.
  14. (Lithuania). Project Managers of Different Generations: How To Deal With Emotional Intelligence Issues. 
  15. (Germany). Analysis of the Switching Cost of Using FLOSS From the Perspective of Project Management: Opportunities and Threats.
  16. (Kenya). Enhancing Delivery of Information Technology Projects Through Stakeholder Sensemaking.
  17. (Estonia). Improvisation in Project Management: Lessons from Jazz.  
  18. (Austria). Integration of AGILE Methods to Adapt PMBOK V6 Processes.
  19. (Turkey). Value-Based Ecosystem.
  20. (United Kingdom). Performance Measurement For Construction Projects.
  21. (Kazakhstan). Critical Success Factors in Project Management: A Comprehensive Review.
  22. (Poland). Archaeological Project Management.
  23. (Poland). The Principle of Competitiveness in European Projects - The Case Study.

     

 

Conference venue

University of Latvia main building: Raina boulevard 19 (Raiņa bulvāris 19), Rīga.

Thursday, 25 April, 2019
17.30 Registration for the conference
18.00 – 20.00 Welcome Cocktail and participants networking

Friday, 26 April, 2019

9.00 – 10.00 Registration for the conference
10.00 – 12.00 Plenary session (Small Aula - Mazā Aula)
12.00 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 18.00 Work in parallel sessions (Faculty of Business, Management and Economics, Aspazijas boulv.5)
19.00 – 22.00 Reception of conference participants

The working language of the conference is English. No simultaneous interpretation into other languages will be available.

 

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