Managing a bunch of complex projects at work? Looking for a great overview of innovation and entrepreneurship? Trying to analyze data from your company’s social networks? Then you might want to check out this event.
Leading experts from academic institutions, industrial corporations and government agencies will gather July 28 through Aug. 1 in San Jose for the 2013 Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology Conference.
Yes, this conference is in San Jose, and will be co-sponsored by San Jose State’s College of Business. But the event’s named for that friendly city to the north because the conference originated in 1989 in Portland, Ore.
Open to the public, the short courses will be held July 27-28. Registration fees begin at $395 per course, and get you a discount on conference registration (click on “Short Courses”). Speakers will include SJSU instructors Anu Basu, Chunlei Wang, William Musgrave and Oliver Yu.
PICMET is a non-profit organized to disseminate information on technology management through international conferences.