Keynote Speaker

Richard K. Faris will discuss the impact of technology on scheduling…how organizations perceive and use scheduling…and where it’s headed. Learn More

Gain Approval

Need approval to attend? Access a letter  you can print and provide to your management. Register now.

Learn From the Experts
They promote excellence in scheduling around the globe. Sharpen your skills, tools and techniques...gain insight into the latest in project scheduling and controls...and learn from your peers' experiences. Register now.  

Network with Peers

Network with other professionals who may be potential partners and collaborators on future projects. Register today.

Members who attended the PMI Scheduling Conference can access the speakers' presentations and white papers online. Simply click here to find out how.

Now You Can Avoid Delays, Derailments
and Other Scheduling Train Wrecks

The PMI Scheduling Conference is important to you if schedules are vital to your business life. Learn from the experts how to avoid scheduling problems and how, when they do arise, to address them with confidence.

Choose from dozens of insightful presentations—including the impact of technology on scheduling and organizational excellence. Learn about everything from reporting and managing risk to allocating resources optimally to using schedules to influence outcomes. Review the Agenda & Schedule for full details.

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Why Attend?

  • Choose from more than 35 presentations on project scheduling
  • Learn from the experts how to manage the process
  • Sharpen and discover new tools and techniques
  • Network with speakers and fellow professionals
  • Earn up to 13.25 PDUs

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