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The pragmatic manifest (EN)


John Hermarij

Last year during the PM Spring conference in Vilnius John Hermarij delivered a very inspiring message on the pragmatic project management manifesto.
Come and hear it yourself.
Dates: 10th of May, Vilnius.

329 EUR ( Early bird price until April 1 )
419 EUR ( Regular price)

Last year during the PM Spring conference in Vilnius John Hermarij delivered a very inspiring message on the pragmatic manifesto. During the past year John has developed this into a one-day master class.

This manifesto gives you the necessary techniques to simplify your projects and to handle complexity. The master class is interactive, you will share your experience with your fellow participants and exercise in actual case studies and situations.

Main learning outcomes:

• Simplify your project and life circumstances.

• Separate reality from illusion.

• Distinguish the better practices.

• Get rid of blocking convictions.

• Develop and use effective learning objectives.

• Work with the available resources.

• Deliver your pitch to senior management.

Who should attend?

Project and senior project managers, project sponsors, program, portfolio, PMO managers.


John Hermarij

About John Hermarij:

John Hermarij has been operative in several management tasks for 35 years, in projects and line departments. He is a visionary on project management and is a well-known speaker around the world.
John has helped IPMA to set up the certification board in the Netherlands. He is dedicated to find new sustainable ways of learning within the project management community. John has managed national and international projects in divergent branches such as: computer manufacturers, software suppliers, system houses, wholesale trade, Internet, telecom, industry, travel line, transport, offshore, government and publishers. Integration projects in the ICT to organizational changes vary these projects within organizations of developments and implementation, as well as organizational changes.

He is the author of “Better Practices of Project Management” one of the world’s most comprehensive handbooks about IPMA’s competences on project management.