The third PM Camp in Berlin will be held from 10th to 12th September at the Humboldt University. This major unconference on project management in the German speaking area will be run in a “BarCamp” format. Participants should interact, learn from each other and create a common agenda. This year, the event will deal with the question: “Reduce or raise complexity?” microTOOL joins this discussion and supports PM Camp Berlin as a sponsor again.
Two workshops titled “Complexity live” by Alexander Tornow will open up the unconference on Thursday. On Friday Niels Pfläging starts with an impulse talk on „Complexity – Complexithoolgy“, which is supposed to trigger off further sessions. On Saturday Julian Kea will give an impulse talk on how to fathom complexity by playing, which will also be followed by open space sessions. The event aims at sharing knowledge at eye level and proliferating it.
The PM Camp format was created in 2011 and has since then been adopted in various places in Europe. In 2015, Berlin, Barcelona, Dornbirn, Hamburg, Karlsruhe, Munich, the Rhine-Main Region, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich will host a PM Camp. The founders want to spread the idea of the unconference to be “open, manifold, global” all over the world. Thus, everybody can organize his or her regional PM Camp as long as it is in line with the expressed strategy of a PM Camp the concept will be commonly further improved.