06 November 2020, 17:00 CET (see in your time zone)
One of the most obvious threats for project business are misunderstandings. Confusion about terminology can threaten the cooperation between contract parties and sour otherwise great relationships.
The Project Business Foundation has made a decison to address this issue by publishing the Project Business Glossary to help organizations and individuals to agree on a common language.
The Project Business Glossary can be freely used by organizations and individuals.
Please review the glossary at https://www.project-business.org/programs/project-business-glossary.
It’s on Version 0.9. Why? We want to encourage people from the field to have a critical look: Do you see entries that are missing in the glossary? Would you prefer that certain entries are worded differently?
You are invited to this Open Hour meeting, and your input there is welcome. The feedback we will get from you and others during the Open Hour will help us improve the document and bring it to version 1.0.
Register and join us for our public presentation!
This is a series of free virtual and open conversations about project business, provided by the Project Business Foundation, the home association of organizations and individuals in project business.
Professionals from both sides - project customers and contractors - are welcome, as are trainers, consultants and writers in the field. We are expecting lively conversations about project management and about the commercial and legal aspects of project business.
Participation is free, but the number of seats is limited. Please book early to participate.
Note: We, the Project Business Foundation, may record the Open Hour. Sections of the recording may have your name or face visible or include your verbal contribution - which is highly welcome. By participating in the session, you grant us the unconditional right to use the recording, in full or in parts, including such sections, without restrictions and free of charge.
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