We took care of business and crammed a lot into a few days, and that made for a great Digital PM Summit 2018. Huge thanks are in order for the speakers, volunteers, sponsors, and attendees who helped make this year’s event uniquely awesome. Read on to discover what made it so awesome and get a taste of what’s to come for the Digital PM Summit 2019 (which, yes, we’re already planning).
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In the digital world, tech, tools and techniques change so rapidly, it can be hard to keep up. Which makes any attempt to predict the future somewhat futile. But, looking back in a year or so, perhaps we’ll find we got it right. We asked industry DPM pros and Digital PM Summit speakers to weigh in on the future of digital project management. Here’s what they had to say.
Digital projects are unique, and take a special sort of someone to see them through. When you’re orchestrating sites, apps, interactive experiences and such, you have your hands in all the pots: strategy, content, UX, design, tech, QA, et al. DPMs are natural leaders…but they’re not always seen as such. What gives? Meghan McInerny, Chief Operating Officer at Clockwork, has a theory. Tune in to discover the eight features of a leader, and how to lead with influence, rather than your title.
Colin Ellis is a man of well-cut suits, pocket squares, Old World tastes and future-forward business savvy. A project leader for more than 20 years, Colin has a signature style that blends old-school etiquette with a laser focus on the future of business, specifically the people leading digital transformations and evolutions. Looking forward to his keynote at the Digital PM Summit, we caught up with Colin for a glimpse into the human side of digital transformation and the behaviors needed to do it successfully.