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PMI conference on 'Transformation by Managers' held

Thiruvananthapuram, Apr 30 (UNI) Skilled project managers can transform organisations by ensuring sustainability and deliver better business results for higher impact on the region and eventually the country's economy, experts said here on Tuesday.
They were addressing a conference on 'Transformation Made Possible By A Project Manager' held as part of the 5th regional conference of Project Management Institute (PMI) at the Sports Hub Convention Centre here.
The conference emphasised on how skilled project managers can transform organisations to the next level by being future-ready and help to ensure sustainability and deliver better business results for higher impact on the region and eventually the country's economy.
The event was attended by more than 250 delegates, making it yet another successful event of the region for project management professionals.
It was inaugurated by Padmashri, Dr M R Rajagopal, Pioneer in Palliative Medicine in India and Founder Chairman of Pallium India.
Commenting on the conference, Dr Krishnakumar T I, President, PMI Kerala Chapter, said, "The conference put the focus on the vital role that project leaders will play in achieving the vision of their organization, state, and also of the nation."
"In this age of disruption, it is imperative to create awareness and build an understanding on the future role of project managers," he added.
"With that in background, the event provided a great opportunity for project practitioners to listen to valuable insights from industry leaders catering to aerospace, healthcare, start-up, education, soft skills, and social sector," he said.
Organisations the world over – from public and private businesses to non-profits and government agencies – are grappling with the effects of disruptive technologies, he said.

Visionary speakers from different sectors attended the conference, shared their views on the changing trends across diverse industries and the necessary skills to be adopted in order to counter digital disruption.
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