The #PMIAC19 PMI National Project Management conference is in great shape with 9 Keynote Sessions, over 35+ session speakers, Smart Cities Debate, Welcome Reception, Gala Awards Night with the conferring of 10 National Awards, Executive Breakfast, and Masterclasses. The Conference is being held at the RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast with the Welcome Receiption kicking off Sunday Evening 26 May, Main Conference Days Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th, and Optional Masterclasses Wednesday 29th May. The conference is being held less than an hours drive from Brisbane CBD - yet it's a world away from your everyday with the chance to fully emerse into investing in you.


Some of the keynotes sessions on offer:

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Michael Lutomski - Global Space Expert former SpaceX and NASA International Space Station. 33 years Space Expert on human spaceflight programs – Managing Risks of effects on human body; Managing Risks of space flight & space debris. Director – Risk, Safety, Sustainability, Reliability, Project Management. Global Speaker

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Ian Hatton - Gold Coast City Council: Innovative Smart Cities Commercialisation: Update on cutting edge & emerging innovation as City of Gold Coast delivers projects in real time with Smart efficiencies to its community with leading commercialisation of technology.

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Hans Georg Gemünden - Global Authority on Innovation & Portfolio Management: Joining us from Europe, Prof. Gemünden is a Professor at the Berlin University of Technology, past Chair for Technology and Innovation Management, was until recently the Editor-in-Chief of PMI’s Project Management Journal, and has served as the Director of the Institute for Applied Management Science and Corporate Strategy of the University of Karlsruhe.

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PMI Global Chairman - Randy Black: Joining us from Alberta, Canada, Randy Black is the current Chair of PMI’s 2019 Board of Directors. A vibrant and colourful speaker, he has presented at PMI® Leadership Institute Meetings, global conferences, regional meetings, and chapter meetings as well as international technical conferences on topics such as strategy, leadership, strategic telecommunications operations, process re-engineering, people and personality, and, of course, project management.

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Holly Ransom - Global Thought Leader & Strategist. In Sir Richard Branson’s Global Top 10 List. Interviewed former USA President Barack Obama. Appointed by Australian Prime Minister & Chaired G20 Youth Summit at age 24yrs. Mentored by Sam Walsh (former CEO of Rio Tinto). Millennial & Disruptor | Director | Global Speaker

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Dominic Price - Work Futurist, Head of R&D at Atlassian - The Future is Already Here: Global Expert – Work Futurist – Head of R&D at Atlassian. Over 15 years, Atlassian has grown from fledgling startup to employing 2,500 people across nine countries, and the company’s head of R&D and ‘work futurist’ Dom Price says it’s all down to strong company values — and strong examples from the top.   

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Simon Crooks – Project Director – Queens Wharf Brisbane Project: Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is a $3.6 billion Integrated Resort Development that will transform the Brisbane CBD and river’s edge. What does it take to transform a city?  Hear about a true mega project that will forever change the Queensland Capital.

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Giaan Rooney, OAM, is an Australian former competitive swimmer and television personality. As a member of the Australian team in women's 4×100-metre medley relay, she won an Olympic gold medal and broke a world record at the 2004 Summer Olympics. Hear Giaan's insights into changing your own game.


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Peter Papantoniou, Project Director – Cross River Rail Project: Cross River Rail is a new 10.2 kilometre rail line running from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, which includes a 5.9 kilometre twin tunnel under the Brisbane River and CBD. It will deliver four new underground stations at Boggo Road, Woolloongabba, Albert Street and Roma Street, and upgrades to Dutton Park and Exhibition stations. Learn about the management of this $5B Infrastructure Mega-Project.



See all 45+ speakers.

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How can you attend?

The conference has a range of tickets available with options ranging from as little as $94, and "time away from work" from as little as a couple of hours:

  • Buy a Full Conference ticket - get the maximum lift in your skills. This gives you the maximum benefits entitling you to attend the conference welcome reception Sun 26 May where you'll hear Space Expert keynote Michael Lutowski, all sessions Monday 27 May and Tuesday 28 May during the day, as well as the Conference Gala Awards Night Dinner Monday 27 May evening. The only excluded events on this ticket are the Executive Breakfast Tuesday Morning 28 May where there are lightning summary versions of several of the conference keynotes, and the Masterclasses which are running Wednesday 29 May.
  • Buy an Executive Breakfast ticked for Tuesday 28th May - hear summary sessions at a special price. This is the most cost effective way to the conference. For $94 you get to see PMI International Chair of the Board Randy Black, UK Benefits Management Expert Stephen Jenner, and Australian Senior Portfolio / Strategy Execution Expert Dr Alicia Aitken. If you have time to remain after breakfast, you could take in the morning keynotes for free with Holly Ranson on how we all need to change the game for Australian Leadership, and Simon Crooks talking on how the Queens Wharf Redevelopment is shaping to change Brisbane forever. If you stay for the morning keynotes you'll be back down in the RACV Resort Free Car Park just after 10am ready to commute up the M1 outside peak hour to be at work prior to lunch.



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