PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

CONFERENCE KEY DATES

May 15th Extended deadline for proposals submission
June 15th – Notification of the acceptance
July 15th Extended deadline for Early Bird conference registration
July 15th – Deadline for handout submission
September 14th – Conference opening

Pre-conference workshops are extended-length sessions (3 hours) designed to provide participants the opportunity to explore a topic in a deeper and more experiential way through a combination of reflection, discussion and hands-on activities.
Pre-conference workshops allow attendees to acquire or extend their  skills, learn about new trends, innovative ideas and tools, and grow professionally by networking with other professionals in a small team environment.
Pre-conference workshops are scheduled on Thursday morning and afternoon, before the opening of the conference
Pre-conference workshops are not included in conference registration fee and do require an additional fee.

2017 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Thursday, September 14, full day workshop: 9:30-12:30 13:30-16:30

Roger Addison, Edward W. Schneider

WS1 - Introduction to HPT

Thursday, September 14, 13:30-16:30

Edy Greenblatt, John B. Lazar, Daniela Robu

WS4 - Multiple Root Causes and Blended Solutions: Two Case Studies and Lessons Learned

Thursday, September 14, 13:30-16:30

Randal Joy Thompson

WS5 - World Café to Reinvent our Performance Management Approach in a VUCA World

WHAT THEY SAY

“As always at EMEA, presenting in Bonn was less about leading a workshop and more about co-exploring a concept.  People from 6 countries and 3 continents bringing their range of ideas and expertise creates a rich pool of learning from which all gain.”

Sylvia Lee - Kieran:Patrick Consulting

Workshop Presenter - Past participant, Bonn, 2016

I think the ISPI EMEA Conferences are very unique! Every year I attend the pre-conference workshops as they are very practical and to the point and provide a great variety of performance improvement tools that you can apply later. The concurrent sessions usually give a lot of thinking on how to improve my personal performance.”

Felix Shapiro - Project Management Center

Frequent participant, Bonn, 2016