2018 Sessions will be published in the summer. Please check back for details
This year we will have MORE Master Classes. Master Classes will involve extended exploration of selected topics. These sessions will last between 1-2 hours including Q&A
PROJECT MANAGEMENT MATURITY: WHERE IS YOUR ORGANISATION?
AGILE ORGANISATIONS STILL NEED GOOD PMs
Our Keynote will set the tone as well as tie together our conference theme. At LearnFest our keynote speakers never fail to motivate, inspire and rev you up for the future.
Bite-sized sessions. The concept of bite-sized learning – short, high-intensity exercise gets a person fitter quicker than endurance training (right?); eating little and often keeps a person slimmer (definitely); and, likewise, bite-size training is cheaper and gets to the learning outcome faster.
How To Live Authentically and Find Your Key To Happiness
Five Disciplines for Vision-Building.
LearnFest panel discussions are more than talk shops, they are riveting panel discussions aimed at helping you to level-up for knowledge and action plans.
MANAGING COMPLEXITY TO IMPROVE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Neither Individuals nor organizations are immune to the challenges faced in todays world. We all have that one big thing that we struggle with.
This panel will include an impressive line-up of professionals who will engage you in an authentic, no-holds-barred panel discussion with ample question-and-answer segment. Join us to engage top performing business leaders in a candid discussion of the things that matters to you most.
IMPROVING CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT VIA STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
The construction sector within the Caribbean can become a far more effective driver of economic growth through the development of more effective partnerships.
There has been a visible construction boom in Jamaica both in commercial and residential properties. There is indeed a demand for housing stock. The Planning Institute of Jamaica reports that housing start ups have declined from of 9,396 in 2002 to 1,467 in 2015. At the same time, the country needs in the region of 10,000 to 15,000 housing units per year to address the increasing housing demand.
The unfortunate devastation left by the recent passage of hurricanes in the Caribbean has presented the need for construction and rebuilding of entire sectors in some Caribbean countries such as the ABC islands, British Virgin Island, Barbuda St. Maarten and the severely affected Dominica, Puerto Rico, St. John, St. Martin and St. Thomas.
This panel will include private and government sector professionals who will discuss the dynamics and opportunities for local and international construction companies to partner within this booming sector.