The Digital PM Summit is two days of engaging presentations, breakout sessions, and lightning talks exploring how we manage digital projects, from a variety of perspectives. No matter the methodology — Agile with a capital A, agile without a capital a, waterfall, or hybrid, we’ll share the secrets of keeping projects moving, keeping clients happy, keeping teams engaged, and keeping budgets intact. You will gain new perspectives, make new friends, and gain access to an unparalleled support system of peers.
Topics That Interest You The Most
We cover a lot of ground over the course of two days, and we offer presentations, interactive sessions, breakout conversations, lightning talks, and an optional half day workshop. Some of the topics we've covered include:
- Project Communications
- Process: Agile, Waterfall, Hybrid
- Conflict Situations Faced by Design Teams
- Empathy for PMs
- Project Estimation and Planning
- The Career Path of a PM
- Making Agile Work for Internal and Agency Teams
View the Agenda for the 2016 Digital PM Summit to get a sense for the full schedule and the topics offered and check back soon for our full 2017 Agenda.
We're assembling a stellar speaker lineup for our fifth annual event. Check back soon for updates and a full agenda.
Attendee Photos from #dpm2016 on Instagram and Twitter
Travel Logistics and Scheduling
Arrive on 10/15 by 5pm to check in and attend our opening reception.
If you'd rather join us for the conference only, arrive by 8:30am on 10/16 for breakfast and our first session (at 9:00am).
Sessions will run from 9:00am until about 6:00pm on 10/16 and 10/17, and many attendees will hang around Vegas and leave the following day.
If you're staying for the optional workshop, plan to be in attendance from noon to 6:00pm on 10/18.
What Our Attendees are Saying
“This is THE conference to attend if you are a digital PM. Turns out, there is a community for us, and this conference is a great way to get plugged in. Valuable insights and stories from the front line, and great opportunity to make peer friends.”