Project Management Symposium

8th Annual UT Dallas Project Management Symposium

Maximizing the Value of Project Management

August 14-15, 2014

Paper Selections Announced and Early Registration is Now Open

Paper selections have been made for the 8th Annual UT Dallas Project Management Symposium. Abstracts are available by clicking on the 2014 Symposium tab below. Speaker schedules will be announced shortly.

Early Registration is now open

Register now at the discounted price of $450 per person. Early registration ends on July 14, 2014.

Pricing after July 14, 2014
PMI members $475
Non-PMI members $525

Register Now

Group discounts are available. Download the Group Registration Form for additional information.

Group Registration Form

PMI members can earn up to 15 PDUs

Cancellation Policy:

Full refunds will be issued until July 14, 2014. Refund requests should be sent to No refunds will be issued after July 14, 2014. Another attendee may be substituted instead.

The conference is sponsored by the Graduate Program in Project Management at The University of Texas at Dallas, in cooperation with the PMI Dallas Chapter and PM World Journal. The 2-Day Project Management Symposium will focus on topics relevant to organizations, industries and the economy in North Texas.

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Download Speaker Papers and Slides

Russell Zapalac
Chief Planning and Project Officer
Texas Department of Transportation

CJ Walker Waite
Director, Project Management Institute
Demonstrating the Value of Project Managment

Jesus Martinez Almela
Vice President for Education
International Project Management Association
Local, Regional and Global Cultural Impact on Stakeholder Engagement

Walter Jones
Senior Vice President Parkland Hospital System
Mike Candler, PMP, TCDD, LEED AP
Project Manager, TEECOM
The New Parkland Hospital IT Implementation Project

Sean Goff,
Managing Director CBRE
Christine Seay
Senior Financial Analyst CBRE
Quantifying Value Creation for Our Clients


Download Speaker Papers and Slides

Keynote Speakers

Robert Rausch, Developing Project Manager Measuring Capacity Metrics

Lewis Gedansky, Project Management for Distributed Teams, Building Success Across Borders

Stacy Goff, Tomorrow’s Five Greatest PM Challenges That We Must Solve Today

Mark Penny, Risks in High Profile and Technical Construction Projects

For additional information, please Email PM Symposium or call (972) 883-5802