Starting with the big image and going clockwise:
- The MOM Cultural Centre which hosted the conference
- Chapter Chair introducing the day
- The amazing round room
- View from the balcony over Budapest
- Traditional Hungarian snacks: apple and cherry strudels
- Endre, Project Manager of the Year, receiving his prize
- One of the tomobola winners collecting a copy of my book, Social Media for Project Managers
- Coffee break in the exhibition hall
Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway this month for a copy of Healthcare Project Management.
Names went into the hat and the winner was… Pamela from Somerset in the UK. Congratulations! Pamela, your book is in the post so it should be with you shortly.
The giveaway in August will be for newsletter subscribers only, so to be in with a chance of winning sign up if you’re not already on the list.
For those of you celebrating, enjoy the long Easter weekend. We’ll be back after the break next week!
My mini Santa
A Girl’s Guide To Project Management is taking a Christmas break. I’ll be back in the New Year on 6 January with more articles and news for 2014.
In the meantime, enjoy the holiday period and best wishes for the New Year.
The Houses of Parliament at Christmas
Photo credit: ktylerconk (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktylerconk/2213617828)
A Girl’s Guide to Project Management returns on 2 January next year. Until then, I wish you all happy holidays, and a wonderful 2013.
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