Monday, September 8, 2014

Will you be joining us at ProjectWorld & World Congress for Business Analysts?

In less than one month, hundreds of project management and business analysis executives will gather in Seattle to tackle some of their most pressing challenges from the project trenches at ProjectWorld & World Congress for Business Analysts. Will you be joining us?

September 22-24, 2014
W Hotel
Seattle, Washington

  • PW&WCBA provides a 3-day experience designed for all training levels,  with a robust agenda and tangible lessons that can be implemented when you return to the office.
  • Full Agenda Addressing Project Pain Points : Designed to meet the needs of YOUR industry, including a new Project Scheduling Lab, a focus on Leading High Performance Teams and Becoming a Person of Influence.
  • In-Depth Workshops: This year there's even more workshop sessions to get hands on with topics, including Agile PM Training, Requirements Management Best Practices, Cyber Security, Emotional Intelligence and more. 
  • 40+ Speakers sharing best practices and lessons learned from deep in the project trenches. Find out what works (and what doesn't!) from the best in the industry. You'll hear from Allstate, Bank of Montreal, Erie Insurance, IIBA, Kindred Healthcare, Microsoft, Quest Diagnostics, Starbucks & more. 
  • A Look into the Future of Project Management & Business Analysis: PW&WCBA will prepare your team not only for the changes taking place in project management and business analysis, but also what's coming. The IIBA's Kevin Brennan and Clark County NV's Ricki Henry will share What the Future of Business Analysis will look like, while Kathleen B. Hass explores what the New Project Leadership Model looks like.
  • 36 PDUs/CDUs to maintain your certification: that's more than half of the credits needed in just THREE days!
  • Unparalleled Networking: PW&WCBA Connect allows you to see who's attending the event and begin networking before you arrive in Seattle. Plus, we've added a networking reception and the opportunity to sign up for group dinners to continue the conversation after the conference day ends.

Download the brochure for full details:

Attendees to date include:

New York Life Insurance
Allstate Insurance
Centene Corporation
Russell Martin & Associates
Banfield The Pet Hospital
Citizens Bank
Solea Software Solutions
El Paso Water Utilities
Hampton Affiliates
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Hilti Inc
McKee Foods Corporation
University of Connecticut
Lonza Biologics
Women's Leadership Coaching Inc
New Directions Behavioral Health
Federal Depositors Insurance Corp
Kathleen Hass & Associates Inc
Watermark Learning
NyeCo Inc
State of Wisconsin
Reliance Home Comfort
The Boeing Company
Starbucks Coffee Company
Bank of Montreal
International Institute of Business Analysis
Federal Reserve Bank
WEA Insurance
Neiman Marcus
Honda R&D
Robert Bosch
EBG Consulting
Kindred Healthcare Inc
Fujitsu America
Callisto Integration
Edwards Lifesciences LLC
Quest Diagnostics
WEA Trust
University of Regina
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
NASA Mars Science Laboratory
T. Garanti Bankasi A S
Stage Stores
Clark County
Windsor Leadership Group LLC
Human Systems International
Plan Administrators Inc
Washington State Department of Retirement Systems
Canadian Blood Services
The Pasha Group
Buffalo State College
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care
Travelers Companies
Continental Mills

Have you been following our Leadership Lessons Blog series? Head over to our blog to read up on our recent interviews with industry leaders themselves:

PW&WCBA 2014 presents you with new opportunities to accelerate professional and personal development at the rate of change. Join us and make yourself more valuable to your organization.

Mention code PW14LI & Save 15% off the standard rate. Register today:

All the best,
The PW&WCBA Team


J Sanders said...

This will be my time at PW14. I am excited to meet some new people from outside my usual business environment. I feel that networking can strengthen the pool of resources that I have and help me see problem solving from many different view points.

J Sanders said...

When I started my current role with my employer I never really thought of myself as a project manager, but as I was given greater responsibilities I realized that most people in a business environment utilized some form of project management. This can be in their day to day activities or for longer time frame business initiatives. Strengths that I began to utilize were working in a logical sense and being diligent about following through. I like to emphasize the ‘follow-through’ because when you hold yourself accountable then the people you are leading will also be accountable.
Hopefully some of you reading this will be joining me at Project World & World Congress for Business Analysts event in Seattle. I’m looking forward to meeting some new faces and sharing experiences. #PW14