Now in its sixth year, the Project Management Institute (PMI) Virtual Conference on Africa (www.PMIAfricaConference.com) September 4th will offer “Africans learning from Africans” learning and networking opportunities. With PMOE (Employment oriented towards project management) in sub-Saharan Africa which is expected to grow by 40% from 2019 to 2030 * and the largest in the world, PMI Africa Conference is open to a pan-African and global audience eager to learn how change agents and project professionals from across the continent are seizing this significant growth opportunity.
“As a virtual event, this year’s African Conference on September 4th is an incredible learning and professional development opportunity – open to all change makers in Africa and globally. The theme of this year’s conference – “Africa: an ecosystem of agents of change” – could not therefore be more relevant. The change makers are the many people who need project-based skills and knowledge to do their jobs, meet their challenges, secure career opportunities and realize their ambitions to improve their livelihoods ”. said George Asamani, Business Development Manager, PMI Sub-Saharan Africa.
Change actors and project professionals will hear the views of thought leaders and practitioners on the opportunities across the continent and the skills that will continue to grow in demand for project professionals. For example, the conclusions of PMI2021 Talent Gap Report (https://bit.ly/2XPWCzf) revealed that the global economy needs 25 million new project professionals by 2030 to help organizations realize their biggest ideas. And in sub-Saharan Africa, the potential for long-term economic expansion is very encouraging.
Building on the success of last year’s conference which attracted over 2,000 delegates, this year’s conference PMI The Africa conference on September 4 is expected to attract more change agents and project professionals than ever before. Qualified press are invited to learn more about the conference and take a behind-the-scenes look at a virtual press conference on September 2.
Africa’s population has grown rapidly over the past century, making it the second most populous continent, with around 1.37 billion people and a growth rate of over 2.5% per year. This makes the continent fertile ground for new projects and investments.
The conference will provide practical information and ideas from speakers and speakers selected for their expertise and passion.
- The program will feature Desmond Ovbiagele, award-winning Nigerian director and producer of The Milkmaid Movie, who will share his take on major projects in the film world.
- Renowned professor and organization theorist Eddie Obeng will conclude the conference with a keynote address on ‘Driving Together for Successful Change’, highlighting how practitioners can harness the opportunities of our changing, complex and ambiguous world through interdependent innovation. and the realization of projects.
- Africa’s young population will inevitably reshape the world of project management. For this reason, we have included a dedicated track focused on youth empowerment. One of the speakers for the youth component will be Aya Chebbi, the first African Union Youth Envoy, and she will speak on intergenerational co-leadership for Africa’s transformation.
Attendance at the conference will provide delegates with opportunities to learn about the latest best practices, the challenges facing professionals and the strategies put in place to respond to Africa’s demanding environment. Networking opportunities and the ability to interact with speakers will provide significant added value to delegates attending this year’s virtual conference.
As the continent slowly emerges from the shadow of a global pandemic, it is time to raise awareness of the profession of project manager. The skills and knowledge that can be used to transform organizations and help them exceed customer expectations have never been more important than today. Africa is one of the youngest and fastest growing regions in the world, offering enormous opportunities for project professionals and change agents.
By attending the Virtual Africa Conference 2021, delegates will benefit from a 50% discount on their PMI membership. To learn more about PMI Virtual Africa Conference 2021 and register, please visit: www.PMIAfricaConference.com or contact [email protected] Sessions will be offered in English and French.
* Results of PMI2021 Talent Gap Report (https://bit.ly/2XPWCzf) revealed that the global economy needs 25 million new project professionals by 2030 to help organizations bring their biggest ideas to life. In sub-Saharan Africa, the potential for long-term economic expansion is encouraging. And the expected rate of PMOE (Job oriented towards project management) with a growth of 40% from 2019 to 2030, the highest in the world.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the Project Management Institute (PMI).
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About the Project Management Institute (PMI):
Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s leading trade association for a growing global community of millions of project professionals and change makers around the world. As a global leader in project management, PMI allows people to make their ideas come true. Through global advocacy, networking, collaboration, research and education. PMI prepares organizations and individuals at every stage of their career path to work smarter so they can be successful in a world of change. Building on a proud heritage dating back to 1969, PMI is a “goal-oriented” organization that works in almost every country in the world to advance careers, strengthen organizational success and enable change agents with new skills and working methods to maximize their impact. PMI offerings include globally recognized standards, certifications, online courses, thought leadership, tools, digital publications and communities.
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