The Symposium will connect professionals, experts and practitioners interested in the resource management discipline to share the latest research and best practices
Cincinnati, May 15, 2018: The Resource Management Institute, dedicated to the advancement of resource and workforce management thought leadership, today announced its first annual Resource Management Global Symposium Oct. 3rd – 4th at the Dallas Hilton Anatole hotel in Dallas, Texas.
The Symposium will bring together resource and workforce management experts and practitioners from around the globe to share new approaches, the latest research and best practices through several keynotes, panel sessions, breakout meetings and networking events.
Resource and workforce management has become a crucial component of mission-critical capabilities needed to run successful projects and achieve excellence in customer service for technology professionals, consulting services teams and enterprise IT service organizations.
“Recent research demonstrates roughly a third of projects conducted by consulting, professional services or enterprise/IT teams will fail to meet profit or other project objectives with deficiencies in resource management being the leading cause,” said Randy Mysliviec, RMI managing director. “The Resource Management Global Symposium will help attendees strategize, organize and leverage the right resource management processes and tools to get the right people with the right skills in the right place at the right time.”
For information and to register for the event, visit: https://resourcemanagementinstitute.com/symposium/.
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About Resource Management Institute (RMI)
The Resource Management Institute is dedicated to the advancement of resource and workforce management thought leadership, best practices and standards, globally recognized credentials that certify resource management expertise, and tools and resources necessary for effective and efficient management of human capital intensive businesses. The Resource Management Institute was created to provide the resource and workforce management community a vehicle to advance the discipline of resource and workforce management, and further the interests of the people who make up this community and the companies they work for. Visit us at www.resourcemanagementinstitute.com, on Twitter and on LinkedIn.