Decision makers, doers and advisors – joining forces to enhance utility of investments.
Bi-annually, the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and the Concept Research Program welcome specially invited participants from governmental agencies, academia, consultancy firms, and project management associations. Participants are selected resource persons from all over the world with particular experience related to the specific symposium topics. On behalf of NETLIPSE, a session on complexity of projects will be chaired by Eddy Westerveld. Eddy Westerveld published a doctoral thesis with Marcel Hertogh (NETLIPSE Programme Director) on this topic. Furthermore, Stuart Baker (Vice-Chairman of the NETLIPSE Board) is honorable member of the committee organising the event.
The Concept Symposium 2010 on Project Governance will be held at the historical Oscarsborg Fortress just outside Oslo, Norway on September 16th – 17th, 2010. An informal get-together will be arranged on the evening on September 15th.
During two days the most recent thoughts and experience in this field will be presented by a number of speakers in three parallel sessions. The event is an arena for professional exchange among a selected group of about 100 prominent decision makers, researchers and professionals in government, academia, international organizations, and industry. There is no conference fee. Additional information is available on the symposium website.
The Concept Symposium is not an event organized by NETLIPSE.