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Design and DTP: Agnieszka Stark-Wilczek and Dana Kowal - Grupa A-05 Meetings & Events
Our Partners
Welcome
Organizers
Keynote speakers
Committees
General Information
Plans
Programme
Main Streams
Venue
Evening Events
Major Events
Exhibition
Social Programme
Dear Sirs and Madams,
Dear foreign Friends and Guests of IPMA Congress,
It is my great pleasure to welcome You on behalf of the Stowarzyszenie
Project Management Polska at 21st IPMA World Congress in Cracow.
It is a great privilege and honour for SPMP to receive the responsibility
of the Congress organization. The significant fact, which influenced this decision, was that our
Association is one of the most active IPMA national organization. Due to the fact that Project
Management exceeds beyond business scope and it is applied in public projects, the motto
of the Congress in Cracow is: "Project Management the essential reality for business and
government". These two areas, business and government are currently the drivers of Project
Management development.
The Congress in Cracow is visited by guests from more than 50 countries representing different
business branches and areas of public sector and science. During these few days the Congress
in Kraków becomes the centre of Project Management!
I strongly believe that IPMA World Congress Cracow 2007 shall not only allow Polish participants
to make acquaintance with the achievements and experience of the most luminary foreign PM
professionals, but also You, our dear foreign Guests shall have possibility to learn about Polish culture
and meet wonderful people.
I wish a fruitful and nice stay in Cracow to all of You.
Stanisław Sroka
Chairman World Congress Cracow 2007 & President of SPMP
It is my pleasure and honour, to welcome you all to the IPMA World Congress 2007.
The program is one of the best of all times. As the conference is arranged in Poland,
there is special emphasis on economic transformation, EU projects and government
& public sector. Our Congress is the place where the "great minds" in project
management share their ideas and best practices with all the participants.
Our Special Guest will be President Lech Wałesa, Legendary Leader of the Solidarity Trade Union,
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 1983 and President of Poland 1990-1995.
The academic world is well represented, led by Prof. Rodney Turner and Prof. Peter Morris,
both coming from the UK. This means that we will surely hear of new directions in the field
of project management.
The major events of the conference include the International Project Excellence Award,
IPMA Nation to Nation Forum and the Young Crew Workshop. All of these events are truly global
and international by nature.
All of this means that Cracow is the centre point of the project management profession during
June 2007. The IPMA World Congress is an excellent place for creating new connections and
meeting old friends.
With kind regards
Veikko Välilä
President of IPMA
Welcome
Main Partner
Mittal Steel Poland
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Honorary Patronage:
Mr Marek Nawara,
Marshal of the Malopolska Region
www.wrotamalopolski.pl
Keynote 1
18 June at 11.00 h
Special Guest - President Lech
Poland
Legendary Leader of Solidarity Trade Union,
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 1983,
President of Poland 1990 - 1995
lecture:
Prof. Jacek Majchrowski,
President of the City of Krakow
www.krakow.pl
Management of the Peaceful Revolution Poland's largest, most difficult and most
successful project
Organizers:
International Project Management Association
www.ipma.ch
Keynote 2
18 June at 11.40 h
Management of the Process and Project-oriented Company
Prof. Roland Gareis, Austria
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration,
Expert in organizations directed at projects
Project Management Poland Association
www.spmp.org.pl
Keynote 3
19 June at 11.00 h
Co-Organizer:
The evolution of PM in a global enterprise
Dr Ing Jürgen Schloss, Germany
Manager and Siemens AG Vice-President
Grupa A-05 Meetings & Events
www.a05.pl
Organizing Committee:
Mr Antii Heinonen, Finland
European Bank Director responsible for introducing
the Euro currency in Western Europe
Chairman of the Congress:
Mr Stanisław Sroka, [email protected]
Organizers
Vice Chairman of the Congress:
Mr Mariusz Orzelski, [email protected]
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CEO, Congress Office:
Mr Piotr Wilczek, [email protected]
Patronage, Partnership:
Mr Marek Zalewski, [email protected]
Keynote 5
20 June at 09:00 h
Keynote 6
20 June at 14:30 h
Media & PR:
Mr Marek Tereszkiewicz,
[email protected]
Challenges of the euro cash changeover project
in the new EU Member States
Human resources in public and business projects.
Prof. J Rodney Turner, UK
Lille School of Management
Is Best Practice Appropriate?
Prof. Peter Morris, UK
University College London,
A prominent figure in the field of new directions
in Project Management
Keynote speakers
Keynote 4
19 June at 11:40 h
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Programme Committee:
Chairman:
Mr Peter Tarnoki, President of Project Management
Association, Hungary
Prof. Jerzy Kisielnicki,
Warsaw University, Poland
Prof. J Rodney Turner,
Lille School of Management, UK
Members:
Prof. Sergey Bushuyev, President of Ukrainian Project
Management Association, Ukraine
Dr Vladimir I. Voropajev,
President of Project Management Association, Russia
Dr Morten Fangel, Chairman of the IPMA
Advanced Course Committee, Denmark
Prof. Qian Fupei, Vice President of IPMA,
Chairman of 20th IPMA World Congress in Shanghai, China
Advisory Board:
Chairman:
Mr Otto Zieglmeier,
Vice President IPMA, Germany
Members:
Mr Veikko Välilä,
President Executive Board IPMA, Finland
Prof. Roland Gareis, Vienna University of Economics
and Business Administration, Austria
Dr Piotr Kotelnicki,
President Management Solutions Centre Plc., Poland
Committees
Prof. Tadeusz Krupa,
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
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Mr Gilles Caupin,
Chairman of IPMA CVMB & Project Team Leader, France
Dr David H. Dombkins, President Australian Institute
of Project Management, Australia
Ms Mary McKinlay, BA FAPM MIoD Vice President IPMA.
Adjunct Professor of Project Management ESC Lille, UK
Prof. Nino Grau,
Vice President IPMA, Vice President GPM, Germany
Prof. Peter Morris,
University College London, UK
Mr Adesh Jain,
Chairman of IPMA Council of Delegates, India
Ms Brigitte Schaden, Vice President of IPMA,
Chairman of Project Management, Austria
Mr Aleksander Jonek,
Vice President Polimex Mostostal, Poland
Mr Miles Shepherd,
Chairman of the IPMA Council, UK
Mr Hans Knoepfel, President of Switzerland Association
for Project Management, Switzerland
Prof. Konrad Spang,
Kassel University, Germany
Mr Maciej Pacewicz,
Chairman of SPMP Advisory Board, Poland
Prof. Zdzisław Szyjewski,
Szczecin University, Poland
Dr Hiroshi Tanaka, President of Project Management
Association of Japan, Japan
Committees
Dr Martina Huemann, Vienna Universtiy of Economics
and Business Administration, Austria
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General Information
Dates
Registration desk
and secretariat
Conference language
The Congress will take place in the Congress Center UJ Auditorium Maximum (Krupnicza Street no 33).
Congress sites can be reached easily by public transport
(e.g. busses No. 103, 173, 139, 114).
Pre - Congress:
Congress Dates:
Post Congress:
Headphones for simultaneous translation will be available on Monday
18th of June (morning session) only.
To pick up headphones National ID or passport will be necessary.
15-17 JUNE, 2007
18-20 JUNE, 2007
21-22 JUNE, 2007
Presentations
Registration desk and secretariat will be open:
At main hall of Auditorium Maximum (Krupnicza Street no 33).
June 17 Sunday
08.30-17.30 - Registration desk
June 18 Monday
08.00-17.30 - Registration desk
June 19 Tuesday
08.00-14.00 - Secretariat
June 20 Wednesday 08.00-14.00 - Secretariat
Badges Participants will receive a badge upon registration. Badges must be
General Information
worn throughout the conference and social activities.
Organizers and Participants will wear the following types of badges:
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1 day Participant
Hotels
VIP
Exhibitor
Press
Support
Alexander ***; 18 Garbarska Street; +48(012) 422-96-60
Andel's Cracow ****; 3 Pawia Street; +48(012) 660-01-00
Campanile**; 34 Św. Tomasza Street; +48(012) 42-42-600
City SM ***; 16 Gajowa Street; +48(012) 266-60-21
Copernicus****; 16 Kanoniczna Street; +48(012) 424-34-00
Cracovia***; 1 Focha Avenue; +48(012) 424-56-00
Crown Piast*****; 109 Radzikowskiego Street; +48(012) 683-26-00
Express by Holiday Inn***; 14 Opolska Street; +48(012) 61-45-700
Ibis Krakow Centrum**; 2 Syrokomli Street; +48(012) 299-33-00
Novotel Krakow Bronowice***; 11 Armii Krajowej Street; +48(012) 622-64-00
Novotel Krakow Centrum****; 5 Kościuszki Street; +48(012) 299-29-00
Pod Różą****; 14 Floriańska Street; +48(012) 424-33-00
Pollera **; 30 Szpitalna Street; +48(012) 422-10-44
Polonez ***; 15 Reymonta Street; +48(012) 292-82-94
Polski ***; 17 Pijarska Street; +48(012) 422-11-44
Radisson SAS*****; 17 Straszewskiego Street; +48(012) 618-88-88
Sheraton*****; 7 Powiśle Street; +48(012) 662-10-00
Sympozjum ****; 47 Kobierzyńska Street; +48(012) 261-86-00
System Premium***; 189, 29 Listopada Street; +48(012) 614-48-00
Warszawski***; 4-6 Pawia Street; +48(012) 424-21-00
Oral Presentation - All presenters are encouraged to bring their
presentation on a USB memory stick, CD or DVD, in one of the
formats compatible with the recent versions of:
- Acrobat Reader v.7
- MS Office 2003 with compatibility pkg. for 2007 Office System.
You are welcome to bring your own laptop computer. If your laptop
is a Mac and you plan to use it for a presentation, please bring along
your video adapter.
If you plan to use your PC or Mac for a presentation, make sure you
contact the audio-visual technical assistant in your room at the time
listed below, in order to pre-connect your laptop to the multimedia
system and test your presentation.
- For morning sessions - 7.30 - 8.45
- For afternoon sessions - lunch time
Registration desk's telephone number (+48) 0601-381-951
active while registration desk's working hours.
Participant
English
Poster presentations - All authors of poster presentations are asked
to hang their posters on the poster board at their assigned, numbered
place on Sunday 17th of June from 14.00 to 17.00.
Information about poster boards at the Reception Desk during
working hours.
Organizer
Internet
The "Internet Cafe" will be open for use by delegates throughout
the Congress. It is situated at the place of Registration Desk and
open during working hours of the Desk. There will be 5 computer
stations and You are kindly asked to limit Your time at the computer
in case of a queue to make the facility available for all who needs it.
Free wireless internet access is available in most areas of the
Congress Venue(Aditorium Maximum). Specific information on
how to access the wireless service will be provided on-line shortly
before the conference.
General Information
Conference venue
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Money
The official Polish unit of currency is the zloty, the major convertible foreign
currencies may be changed into Polish zlotys at banks, hotels and at private
currency-exchange offices - the kantors. The major traveller's checks can be
changed and all major credit cards are accepted.
euro rate: 1,00 euro = ca 3,80 zl.
Paying by credit cards widely acceptable. Cash machines ("bankomat")
are available all over the town.
Climate
Poland lies in the zone of moderate climate, intermediate between
the marine and continental climates and the weather can be quite
changeable. In June the temperature ranges 18oC to 30oC.
The entire of Poland lies in Central European Time, the same
as in Germany and France.
General Information
Smoking
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Insurance
Auditorium
Maximum
Poland's power grid supplies 230V/50 Hz current; round, European
style two-pin plugs are used. 110 V/60 Hz electrical equipment
requires an adapter.
Smoking is not permitted inside the public buildings in Poland.
Smokers are required to smoke outside.
Participants should seek their own advice on whether to take health
insurance for their visit and for the insurance of their personal belongings.
However taking out such insurances are recommended.
Public transportation in the city
Cracow's buses and trams run from 05.00 - 23.00, with some night buses
continuing after that.
To buy tickets, look for the sign "sprzedaż biletów MPK" in kiosks.
One-trip tickets cost 2,50 zl, one-hour tickets 3,10 zl, one-day
tickets 10,40 zl. You will need to stamp your ticket immediately
on boarding the tram or bus.
Cracovia
one-way streets
tram lines
bus lines
parkings
cashpoint
General Information
Electricity
Alexander
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lifts
plenary room
lifts
stairs
stairs
toilets
toilets
plenary room
stairs
stairs
info point
registration / secretariat
entra
Microsoft
Project Workshops
nce
main stairs
cloakroom
exhibition
& coffee break
level 0
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level -1
level 0
level +1
level +2
Lunches
Main Hall
rooms:
lime
rooms:
lime
Exhibition area
Microsoft Project Workshops
rooms:
lime
blue
blue
yellow
yellow
pink
level +2
blue
pink
violet
orange
green
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Pre Congress
IPMA Nation to Nation Forum
15 June, Friday
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
Young Crew Workshop 1st day:
18.00-21.30 Young Crew Welcome Night
IPMA Open Golf Cup 2007
Training round
16 June, Saturday
Registration
Inauguration
Keynote speaker Ms Mary McKinlay, UK "Moving from Project Participant to Project Manager"
Lunch
Stream A
Stream B
Stream C
The Samurai Game Lecture
Workshop
Prof. Michael Gessler, Germany
"Learning Communities - How to
creat and develop a young crew
as a community of practice?"
19.00-21.30
Registration
09.30 - 10.00
"IN2F - a new beginning" Adesh Jain, Chairman of IPMA Council of Delegates and IN2F
10.00 - 11.00
Keynote speaker: "Project management - the key to national competitiveness"
11.00 - 11.30
11.30 - 12.30
12.30 - 13.30
13.30 - 13.45
Coffee and Networking
"Ask the new experts and some of the old" Panel Discussion
Lunch
Introducing the objectives behind MA Invited Workshop
and other IN2F Workshops
Rear Admiral Simon Henley, UK Ministry of Defense - Defence Equipment and Support
Young Crew Workshop 2nd day:
08.00-09.00
09.00-10.00
10.30-12.00
12.00­13.30
13.30-17.30
08.30 - 09.30
Mr Wieslaw Kosieradzki,
Poland "Improving productivity
and efficiency of planning"
13.45 - 17.15
13.45 - 15.30
Facilitated by Dr Morten Fangel, Chairman, IPMA ACC
and Mr Gerrit Koch
IN2F Workshops in parallel with MA Workshop
A.
B.
C.
Project Management - its
Making the Links between
Making Multi-cultural
contribution to the World? PM practice and PM academia Teams Work Facilitated
Evening Dinner Event with the Ceremony
of the IPMA International Young Project Manager Award 2007
Facilitated by Adesh Jain,
Facilitated by Leszek
Chairman of IPMA CoD and IN2F Poland, Co-Chairman IN2F
Tea/coffee breaks 10.00-10.30, 15.00-15.30
IPMA Open Golf Cup 2007
*MA Invited Workshop
Tournament day
15.30 - 16.00
16.00 - 16.30
16.30 - 17.15
17.15 - 17.30
17 June, Sunday
Congress Registration 08.30-17.30
by Mary McKinlay,
IPMA Vice President
Coffee and Networking
Feedback from Workshops by Ed Naughton, Ireland, Co-Chairman, IN2F
"The GMPM **/ " an entertainment by Tom Taylor, Former Chairman, APM, UK
Concluding Remarks by Ed Naughton, Co-Chairman, IN2F
**/ "The Genetically Modified Project Managers"
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
* IPMA Workshop for the Member Associations
Programme
09.00-12.00
Stream A
Lecture
Mr Miles Shepherd, UK
"Emerging trends
in Projects"
12.00­13.30
13.30-15.30
16.00-17.00
Stream B
Lecture
Mr Piotr Maksimczuk & Ms Iwona
Sutryk, Poland "Value creating
Project Office - impact on project
effectiveness & efficiency"
"Project Management Awareness:
Making the Most of Experience"
Stream B
Stream C
Mr Helgi Thor Ingason, Iceland
Lunch
Stream A
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Mr Grzegorz Turniak,
Poland "How to be
a STAR at work"
Dr Martina Huemann, Austria
"Ensuring project sucess before
the project starts"
Mr Bartosz Stawski, Poland
"What is the real constraint
in Critical Chain implementation
and how to break it.
Practicioner's insights"
Closing Session
Tea/coffee breaks 10.00-10.30, 15.30-16.00
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Stream C
Lecture
13.45 - 14:00 Workshop introduction
14.00 - 15.15 First round in mixed groups with general exchange
of MA experience and networking
15.15 - 15.30 Coffee Break
15:30 -17:00 Second round in specialised groups - with in-depth discussions
on specific issues or services of the MAs
17:00 - 17:15 Reporting and planning future interaction of the
Member Associations
17:15 -17:30 Closing of the Workshop for the Member Associations.
Programme
Young Crew Workshop 3rd day:
Congress - Welcome drink 18.00-20.00
address: Cracow City Hall, 3/4 Wszystkich Świętych Square, Cracow
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Pre Congress
IPMA Nation to Nation Forum
15 June, Friday
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
Young Crew Workshop 1st day:
18.00-21.30 Young Crew Welcome Night
IPMA Open Golf Cup 2007
Training round
16 June, Saturday
Registration
Inauguration
Keynote speaker Ms Mary McKinlay, UK "Moving from Project Participant to Project Manager"
Lunch
Stream A
Stream B
Stream C
The Samurai Game Lecture
Workshop
Prof. Michael Gessler, Germany
"Learning Communities - How to
creat and develop a young crew
as a community of practice?"
19.00-21.30
Registration
09.30 - 10.00
"IN2F - a new beginning" Adesh Jain, Chairman of IPMA Council of Delegates and IN2F
10.00 - 11.00
Keynote speaker: "Project management - the key to national competitiveness"
11.00 - 11.30
11.30 - 12.30
12.30 - 13.30
13.30 - 13.45
Coffee and Networking
"Ask the new experts and some of the old" Panel Discussion
Lunch
Introducing the objectives behind MA Invited Workshop
and other IN2F Workshops
Rear Admiral Simon Henley, UK Ministry of Defense - Defence Equipment and Support
Young Crew Workshop 2nd day:
08.00-09.00
09.00-10.00
10.30-12.00
12.00­13.30
13.30-17.30
08.30 - 09.30
Mr Wieslaw Kosieradzki,
Poland "Improving productivity
and efficiency of planning"
13.45 - 17.15
13.45 - 15.30
Facilitated by Dr Morten Fangel, Chairman, IPMA ACC
and Mr Gerrit Koch
IN2F Workshops in parallel with MA Workshop
A.
B.
C.
Project Management - its
Making the Links between
Making Multi-cultural
contribution to the World? PM practice and PM academia Teams Work Facilitated
Evening Dinner Event with the Ceremony
of the IPMA International Young Project Manager Award 2007
Facilitated by Adesh Jain,
Facilitated by Leszek
Chairman of IPMA CoD and IN2F Poland, Co-Chairman IN2F
Tea/coffee breaks 10.00-10.30, 15.00-15.30
IPMA Open Golf Cup 2007
*MA Invited Workshop
Tournament day
15.30 - 16.00
16.00 - 16.30
16.30 - 17.15
17.15 - 17.30
17 June, Sunday
Congress Registration 08.30-17.30
by Mary McKinlay,
IPMA Vice President
Coffee and Networking
Feedback from Workshops by Ed Naughton, Ireland, Co-Chairman, IN2F
"The GMPM **/ " an entertainment by Tom Taylor, Former Chairman, APM, UK
Concluding Remarks by Ed Naughton, Co-Chairman, IN2F
**/ "The Genetically Modified Project Managers"
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
* IPMA Workshop for the Member Associations
Programme
09.00-12.00
Stream A
Lecture
Mr Miles Shepherd, UK
"Emerging trends
in Projects"
12.00­13.30
13.30-15.30
16.00-17.00
Stream B
Lecture
Mr Piotr Maksimczuk & Ms Iwona
Sutryk, Poland "Value creating
Project Office - impact on project
effectiveness & efficiency"
"Project Management Awareness:
Making the Most of Experience"
Stream B
Stream C
Mr Helgi Thor Ingason, Iceland
Lunch
Stream A
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Mr Grzegorz Turniak,
Poland "How to be
a STAR at work"
Dr Martina Huemann, Austria
"Ensuring project sucess before
the project starts"
Mr Bartosz Stawski, Poland
"What is the real constraint
in Critical Chain implementation
and how to break it.
Practicioner's insights"
Closing Session
Tea/coffee breaks 10.00-10.30, 15.30-16.00
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Stream C
Lecture
13.45 - 14:00 Workshop introduction
14.00 - 15.15 First round in mixed groups with general exchange
of MA experience and networking
15.15 - 15.30 Coffee Break
15:30 -17:00 Second round in specialised groups - with in-depth discussions
on specific issues or services of the MAs
17:00 - 17:15 Reporting and planning future interaction of the
Member Associations
17:15 -17:30 Closing of the Workshop for the Member Associations.
Programme
Young Crew Workshop 3rd day:
Congress - Welcome drink 18.00-20.00
address: Cracow City Hall, 3/4 Wszystkich Świętych Square, Cracow
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Congress | 18 June, Monday |
08.00-09.15
09.15-10.20
10.20-11.00
lime room
Wake
up
Coffee"
"
Opening Ceremony
Registration desk will be open from 08.00-17:30
blue room
yellow room
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
orange room
pink room
green room
violet room
worshop room
08.00-09.15
09.15-10.20
Keynote 1: Special Guest - President Lech
Poland
Management of the Peaceful Revolution - Poland's
"
largest, most difficult and most successful project"
10.20-11.00
11.00-11.40
Coffee Break & Poster session
11.00-11.40
11.40-12.20
Keynote 2: Prof. Roland Gareis, Austria, Management
"
of the Process and Project-oriented Company"
Global Panel Discusion: Prof. Roland Gareis, Austria
"Project Management for business advantage"
12.20-13.00
13.00-14.30
14.30-15.05
15.05-15.40
15.40-16.20
11.40-12.20
Microsoft Project Workshops:
12.20-13.00
Lunch
Parallel Streams
12:00 - 13:00
Resource Management
Lunch
Parallel Streams
100 "Application of Time
Compression Techniques
in Project Management",
D. Teh, Canada
49 "The prerequisites and steps
to develop corporate Project
Portfolio Management (PPM)",
M. Haukka, Finland
38 Designing the Management
"
System for EU Project - A Case
Study", D. Dymek, Poland
13 "Unexpected urgent emergency
projects - Lessons for all project
managers", S. Wearne, UK
7 A Case Study of the Suitable
"
Leadership Styles to Building High
Teamwork According To the
Project Team Life Cycle",
J. Tsuneo, Japan
17 Project Management
"
in developing Country like India:
Lessons in Knowledge Integration:
Bridging the gaps",
DP Joshi, India
12 "The Meaning and Importance
of Culture for Project Success",
L. Suda, USA
76 "Adapting typical western
project management approaches
to the current Chinese business
environment", D. Jiang,
South Africa
9 "Evaluation of projects in the
oil sector: analysis and results
of a probabilistic approach",
L. Orlando, Italy
105 "How to estimate the impact
of a single project on the outcomes
of a target program in government
sector - opinions or facts",
G. Tsipes, Russia
62 "Progress evaluation in
construction field: a parametric
approach", M. Mancini, Italy
1 Emotions in projects",
"
A. Cerny, Austria
119 "Automotive Project
Management - more lessons
to learn!", R. Wagner, Germany
92 "The role of the Project Portfolio
Group at A.P.S.S., The regional
healthcare provider in the Trentino
province (Italy)",
S. Vettorazzi, Italy
Coffee Break
Parallel Streams
13.00-14.30
14:00 - 15:00
Risk Management
14.30-15.05
15:00 - 16:00
Scope Management
16:00 - 17:00
Commmunication Management
15.05-15.40
15.40-16.20
Coffee Break
Parallel Streams
16.20-16.55
— "IPMA Vision & Strategy",
V. Välilä, Finland
81 Project governance - the role
"
of the executive sponsor",
L. Crawford, Australia
106 "INTERACT Project Managing
Transition, review and outlook",
G. Jakisch, Austria
66 "Assembling the project
compendium", S. Armstrong, UK
63 The Italian project manager
"
figure", M. Mancini, Italy
20 " 'Expedition' as a new mental
model for managing business
projects - learning with Cristopher
Columbus",
M. Koerner, Switzerland
53 "Systems for Quality Assurance
in Power Projects",
S. Upadhyay, India
16.55-17.30
5 "Motivation and Blockades
in International Project
Management Work", K. Schmidt,
Germany
4 "From Standards to Execution:
Implementing Program and Portfolio
Management", J. Stawicki, Poland
102 "Success Strategies for the Management of Projects under the EU
Framework Programmes of Research,
Technological Development and Demonstration", M. Huemann, Austria
25 "New Perspectives for Decision
Tables in Project Management",
P. Reusch, Germany
65 Projects run on requirements,
"
resources and risks: augmenting
the 'iron triangle' to keep an eye
on critical success factors during
a project", S. Armstrong, UK
109 "Business processes modeling
within a framework of SOA
technology",
69 "Leading a country to
excellence - one project at a time",
M. Sepehri, Iran
16.20-16.55
16.55-17.30
Departure of the buses at 18.30 from the front of Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street
20.00-01.00
IPMA Project Excellence Awards & Gala Dinner
address: Castle in Niepolomice, 2 Zamkowa Street, Niepolomice
level 0
level +2
First bus to Cracow at 23.30 (next buses - every 30 min till the end of Event)
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Headphones for simultaneous translation
Congress | 19 June, Tuesday |
Secretariat will be open from 08.00-14:00
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
Awards Presentations
09.00-09.20
09.20-09.40
International PE Award Winner
IPMA Young Researcher Award Winner
International PE Award Prize Winner
International PE Award Prize Winner
09.40-10.00
10.00-10.20
IPMA Research Award Winner
International PE Award Prize Winner
IPMA Outstanding Research
Award Contribution
PE Award Polska Winner
10.20-11.00
International PE Award Finalist
PE Award Polska Prize Winner
PE Award Polska Prize Winner
Coffee Break & Poster session
11.00-11.40
Keynote 3: Dr Ing Jürgen Schloss, Germany
"The evolution of PM in a global enterprise"
11.40-12.20
Keynote 4: Mr Antii Heinonen, Finland Challenges of the euro
"
cash changeover project in the new EU Member States"
12.20-13.00
International PE Award Finalist
09.15-09.20
09.20-09.35
PE Award Polska Prize Winner
09.40-10.00
10.00-10.20
Coffee Break & Poster session
10.20-11.00
11.00-11.40
11.40-12.20
Microsoft Project Workshops:
Global Panel Discusion: Mr Erich Mueller
12.20-13.00
"Project Management in Public Sector"
13.00-14.30
14.30-15.05
15.05-15.40
15.40-16.20
Lunch
Parallel Streams
Lunch
Parallel Streams
6 Project Management on Stage",
"
H. T. Ingason, Iceland
51 "Procurement management
in projects: a risk analysis model",
E. Cagno, Italy
12:00 - 13:00
Resource Management
84 The global project
"
management support at
MAGNA STEYR",
W. Danzer, Austria
60 "Factors affecting the financial
implementation of 3rd CSF Projects:
The final beneficiaries and managing
authority point of view of a Greek
Regional Operational Program",
P. Gravvani, Greece
32 A Critique Of The Iterative
"
and Incremental Approach:
A Case Study", A. Yu, UK
78 "Assessing the impact of
project management professional
development: The concept
of Benefit Metrics",
M. M. Alam, UK
21 Proactive technology for
"
managing of organizational
development programme",
S. Bushuyev, Ukraine
Guest
31 "Risk Impact on Contract
Strategy", O. Ledre, Norway
34 Translating Business Strategy
"
into Project Portfolio",
A. Brzozowski, Poland
95 "Success and failure of cost
and time objectives of construction
projects", M. Radujković, Croatia
103 "Schools of Thought
in Project Management Research",
C. N. Bredillet, Ireland
114 "What Western Project
Management Can Learn from
Chinese Culture, Philosophy and
Management Approach",
J. Stawicki, Poland
120 "The BOT concept
as a form of PPP",
M. Król, Poland
13.00-14.30
14:00 - 15:00
Risk Management
14.30-15.05
15:00 - 16:00
Scope Management
16:00 - 17:00
Commmunication Management
15.05-15.40
15.40-16.20
Coffee Break
Parallel Streams
Coffee Break
Parallel Streams
16.20-16.55
70 "Breakdown globalization. When
is the globalization over and what
comes after? A beginning change in
managing projects in an globalized
world.", R. Huebner, Germany
86 "Benchmarking of the mature
ratio of project-oriented nations
emphasizing on Austria and
Romania",
E. Fussinger, Austria
58 "Development of the IT system
for distribution of EU agricultural
subsidies in Hungary - crisis project
management in the public administration", P. Wellisch, Hungary
87 "Project Management
of Total Care® Projects in the
Construction Industry",
A. I. Khan, UK
10 "And then came Complex
Project Management",
S. J. Whitty, Australia
28 "Multidimensional PM - coping
with the new challenges for
project managers",
E. Mansson, Germany
Guest
16.20-16.55
16.55-17.30
79 "Integrated Project Controlling - Assessment of an Implementation
in an Embedded Software
Customer Project",
P. Mangold, Germany
75 How does a CEO choose
"
the right way to run his
organization's programmes
and projects? ",
A. Harpham, UK
26 On determining the success
"
potential of international projects",
K. Spang, Germany
101 "Key Success Factors in the
People Aspect of Project Management
in the Planning of Power Plant
Projects in Remote Locations for Five
(5) Different Countries in Africa",
D. Mann, UK
64 "E-Learning based Cooperative
Project Management Qualification
- powered by 'Herkules' ",
D. Wessels, Germany
97 "Knowledge and Intellectual
Capital Management in Project
Oriented Enterprises",
M. Hofman, Poland
54 "The Public Private Partnership
Projects Management",
I. Ivan, Romania
16.55-17.30
Meeting at 19.00 in the front of Cracow City Hall, 3/4 Wszystkich
City walk in groups with English speaking tour guide .
Square
20.30-23.00
Cracow Evening in Gardens of Archaeological Museum
address: Archaeological Museum in Cracow, 3 Senacka Street, Cracow
level 0
level +2
21
Congress | 20 June, Wednesday |
09.00-09.40
Secretariat will be open from 08.00-14:00
address: Jagiellonian University - Auditorium Maximum, 33 Krupnicza Street, Cracow
09.00-09.40
Keynote 5: Prof. J Rodney Turner, UK
"Human resources in public and business projects"
09.40-10.00
Sponsors presentstions
09.40-10.00
10.00-10.20
10.20-11.00
Research presentation
Research presentation
Coffee Break & Poster session
Parallel Streams
10.00-10.20
Research presentation
10.20-11.00
Coffee Break & Poster session
Parallel Streams
11.00-11.35
89 A Sustainability Checklist
"
for Managers of Projects",
T. Taylor, UK
96 "Project Management in Global
organizations - Experience
of a practitioner",
A. Roux-Kiener, France
40 Uncertainty management
"
in a project owner perspective;
case studies from governmental
projects in Norway",
J. A. Langlo, Norway
42 Long term projects and needs
"
for prediction tools - A study of
Cost Development in Norwegian
Road Projects", O. Torp, Norway
37 Knowledge management
"
in e-learning system",
M. Nycz, Poland
41 Assessment of individual
"
project management
competences - PMCAT",
R. Prantner, Austria
83 Project Portfolio Management
"
- Doing it the Austrian way",
U. Aigner, Austria
11.00-11.35
11.35-12.10
44 "SinPers - an Innovative
Learning System in Project
Management",
C. N. Bodea, Romania
47 "Pursuit of Excellence
in Business and in Projects",
M. Sepehri, Iran
82 Information Control in Projects
"
- How much is too much?",
BL Jangir, India
43 Efficiency improvement of
"
the construction terrain regulation
system through the PM application",
M. Radujković, Croatia
18 "Cultural differences in decision
making in mixed German-Swedish
project teams", R. Muller, Sweden
35 "Ability to manage IT projects - is it a potentially effective tool
for competing enterprises?",
G. Dzwonnik, Poland
16 "An organisational change
project experience from CEO point
of view at Legrand Hungary",
L. Karolyi, Hungary
11.35-12.10
12.10-12.45
72 "Strategies to Manage Cultural
Risks in International Engineering
Projects: An Embedded Case
Study", S. Sankaran, Australia
90 "Strategic Project Portfolio
Management in the
Project-oriented Organization",
D. Aichhorn, Austria
122 "Project thinking – the key
ingredient to effective leadership",
A. Jain, India
— "The Growing Need for
Project Management in Polish
Corporations",
W. Woziwodzki, Poland
121 "Collaboration Architecture:
Achieving Project Portfolio
Productivity in Knowledge Based
Organization", B. Stokalski, Poland
— "Serious Creativity Thinking
for Project Management",
O. Zieglmeier, Germany
55 "Maturity of Petrom E&P
as a Project Oriented Company and
Plans for Further Development",
P. Crerar, Romania
12.10-12.45
14.30-15.10
Lunch
Keynote 6: Prof. Peter Morris, UK
"Is Best Practice Appropriate?"
Lunch
14.30-15.10
15.10-16.00
Global Panel Discusion: Dr Zygmunt
"Project Management in Research Programs"
15.10-16.00
16.00-16.20
Coffee Break
16.00-16.20
16.20-17.00
Closing ceremony
16.20-17.00
Dr Wiktor Kurzeja, Poland
level 0
level +2
23
PM for Economic Transformation
Chairman: Prof.
Szyjewski
[email protected]
yellow room - available from levels: 0, +1
STREAM SPONSOR:
Carrywater Consulting
www.carrywater.pl
Stream 1
Chairman: Mr Miles Shepherd
[email protected]
Oral Presentations:
Oral Presentations:
Section 1.A | Monday 18.06.2007
Information & Telecommunication Technology
Chairman: Prof.
Szyjewski, [email protected]
14:30 13 "Unexpected urgent emergency projects - Lessons for all project managers",
S. Wearne, United Kingdom
15:05 62 "Progress evaluation in construction field: a parametric approach",
M. Mancini, Italy
16:20 66 Assembling the project compendium", S. Armstrong, United Kingdom
"
16:55 25 New Perspectives for Decision Tables in Project Management",
"
P. Reusch, Germany
Section 2.A | Monday 18.06.2007
Programs and Projects in EU
Chairman: Mr Peter Tarnoki, [email protected]
14:30 38 Designing the Management System for EU Project - A Case Study",
"
D. Dymek, Poland
15:05 105 How to estimate the impact of a single project on the outcomes of a target
"
program in government sector - opinions or facts", G. Tsipes, Russia
16:20 106 INTERACT Project Managing Transition, review and outlook",
"
G. Jakisch, Austria
16:55 102 Success Strategies for the Management of Projects under the EU Framework
"
Programmes of Research, Technological Development and Demonstration",
M. Huemann, Austria
Section 1.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
Construction, Energy, Chemicals, Petrochemicals,
Pharmaceuticals & Health Care, Biotechnology
Chairman: Prof. Konrad Spang, [email protected]
14:30 32 A Critique Of The Iterative and Incremental Approach: A Case Study",
"
A. Yu, United Kingdom
15:05 95 "Success and failure of cost and time objectives of construction projects",
M. Radujković, Croatia
16:20 87 "Project Management of Total Care® Projects in the Construction Industry",
A. I. Khan, United Kingdom
16:55 101 "Key Success Factors in the People Aspect of Project Management in the
Planning of Power Plant Projects in Remote Locations for Five (5) Different
Countries in Africa", D. Mann, United Kingdom
24
EU projects, Government & Public Sectors
Section 1.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
Automotive, Manufacturing, Transportation, Mine Industry, Steel Industry,
Agriculture, Tourism
Chairman: Prof. Tadeusz Krupa, [email protected]
11:00 42 "Long term projects and needs for prediction tools - A study of Cost
Development in Norwegian Road Projects", O. Torp, Norway
11:35 43 Efficiency improvement of the construction terrain regulation system
"
through the PM application", M. Radujković, Croatia
12:10 — The Growing Need for Project Management in Polish Corporations",
"
W. Woziwodzki, Poland
Poster Presentations:
104
111
"Personnel Effectiveness Increase Due to the Project-Oriented Management System Creation", S. Chernov, Ukraine
, Poland
"Mapping activities and competence in ICT projects", K.
Section 2.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
PM rules and specialties in EU, PM lesson learned accession countries EU donation plans
Chairman: Dr Piotr Kotelnicki, [email protected]
14:30 60 Factors affecting the financial implementation of 3rd CSF Projects: The final
"
beneficiaries and managing authority point of view of a Greek Regional
Operational Program", P. Gravvani, Greece
15:05 34 Translating Business Strategy into Project Portfolio", A. Brzozowski, Poland
"
16:20 58 Development of the IT system for distribution of EU agricultural subsidies
"
in Hungary - crisis project management in the public administration",
P. Wellisch, Hungary
16:55 26 "On determining the success potential of international projects",
K. Spang, Germany
Section 2.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
International financial and development institutions and agencies, Global institutions,
Non profit organisations, Defense and aerospace projects
Chairman: Prof. Sergey Bushuyev, [email protected]
11:00 40 "Uncertainty management in a project owner perspective; case studies from
governmental projects in Norway", J. A. Langlo, Norway
11:35 82 Information Control in Projects - How much is too much?", BL Jangir, India
"
12:10 122 Project thinking – the key ingredient to effective leadership", A. Jain, India
"
Poster Presentations:
68
73
77
80
"National Broadcaster successfully relocated", T. Nielsen, Denmark
"Harmonization of Sustainability Issues in Greece", O. Manoliadis, Greece
"Project Management and Military Strategy of Romania", T. Plesanu, Romania
"DonauHanse - the challenge of integration of non EU Project Partners in INTERREG CADSES Projects",
G. Jakisch, Austria
98 "Improving productive management systems for rural cooperatives in Nicaragua through
the introduction of ISO 9001 Quality Systems", J. R. Cobo Benita, Spain
108 "Resistance Management of Searchers in Poland on 7th FP", J. Betta, Poland
Stream 2
pink room - available from levels: 0, +1
25
Innovation and new frontiers in PM
Chairman: Prof. Peter Morris
[email protected]
Chairman: Prof. Roland Gareis
[email protected]
STREAM SPONSOR:
Raiffeisen Bank Polska SA
www.raiffeisen.pl
Oral Presentations:
Section 3.A | Monday 18.06.2007
Chairman: Prof. Peter Morris, [email protected]
PM innovations process, PM knowledge, Virtual organisations and teams, Research
14:30 100 Application of Time Compression Techniques in Project Management",
"
D. Teh, Canada
15:05 76 "Adapting typical western project management approaches to the current
Chinese business environment", D. Jiang, South Africa
16:20 — "IPMA Vision & Strategy", V. Välilä, Finland
5 Motivation and Blockades in International Project Management Work",
16:55
"
K. Schmidt, Germany
Section 4.A | Monday 18.06.2007
Chairman: Prof. Roland Gareis, [email protected]
Strategic Project Management, Project Management Organization
Section 3.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
Chairman: Mr Veikko Välilä, [email protected]
Enterprise Project Management
11:00 89 A Sustainability Checklist for Managers of Projects", T. Taylor, United Kingdom
"
11:35 44 SinPers - an Innovative Learning System in Project Management",
"
C. N. Bodea, Romania
12:10 72 "Strategies to Manage Cultural Risks in International Engineering Projects:
An Embedded Case Study", S. Sankaran, Australia
Stream 3
Project management from CEO's View,
Best practice
Oral Presentations:
Section 3.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
Chairman: Prof. Vladimir Voropajew, [email protected]
PM Technical & Method, PM Systematic, Development in PM Tools & Software
6 Project Management on Stage", H. T. Ingason, Iceland
14:30
"
15:05 51 Procurement management in projects: a risk analysis model", E. Cagno, Italy
"
16:20 70 Breakdown globalization. When is the globalization over and what comes after?
"
A beginning change in managing projects in an globalized world. The roadmap
of intercultural competence in project management", R. Huebner, Germany
16:55 79 Integrated Project Controlling - Assessment of an Implementation in an
"
Embedded Software Customer Project", P. Mangold, Germany
26
blue room - available from levels: 0, +1, +2
2
3
14
22
27
39
56
74
94
113
"The function of Simulation in the analysis of Construction Supply Chains", C. Vidalakis, United Kingdom
"Multicriteria Modelling for Sorting Activities in Project Management", L. Hazin, Brazil
"ONE SIZE FITS ALL - Implementation of a holistic and scalable project management methodology",
T. Gschossmann, Germany
"Project Leadership Experience L. Suda, USA
"Quality management in project management in university research", J. Caamano Eraso, Spain
"Managing a big project called 'Life' ", H. Nakajima, Japan
Poland
"Introduction of a Business Process Management as a Project", T.
"Effectiveness of Summarized and Shrunk Project Data for Agile Decision Making by Nonverbal Approach",
T. Seki, Japan
"The management processes in virtual organizations", B. Kalinowska, Poland
"Knowledge Oriented Project Management", S. Gasik, Poland
14:30 49 The prerequisites and steps to develop corporate Project Portfolio
"
Management (PPM)", M. Haukka, Finland
15:05
9 Evaluation of projects in the oil sector: analysis and results of a probabilistic
"
approach", L. Orlando, Italy
16:20 81 Project governance - the role of the executive sponsor", L. Crawford, Australia
"
16:55
4 From Standards to Execution: Implementing Program and Portfolio
"
Management", J. Stawicki, Poland
Section 4.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
Chairman: Dr Martina Huemann, [email protected]
Maturity of Project Management, Quality in Project Management Organisation,
Success and failure in PM
14:30 84 The global project management support at MAGNA STEYR", W. Danzer, Austria
"
15:05 31 Risk Impact on Contract Strategy", O. Ledre, Norway
"
16:20 86 Benchmarking of the mature ratio of project-oriented nations emphasizing
"
on Austria and Romania", E. Fussinger, Austria
75
16:55
How does a CEO choose the right way to run his organization's programmes
"
and projects? ", A. Harpham, United Kingdom
Section 4.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
Chairman: Mr Gerrit Koch, [email protected]
Legal issues, claim management and risk management in Project Oriented Organization
11:00 96 Project Management in Global organizations - Experience of a practitioner",
"
A. Roux-Kiener, France
11:35 47 Pursuit of Excellence in Business and in Projects", M. Sepehri, Iran
"
12:10 90 Strategic Project Portfolio Management in the Project-oriented Organization",
"
D. Aichhorn, Austria
Poster Presentations:
45
46
52
67
91
117
118
Strategizing Project Portfolio Management", M. Sepehri, Iran
"
"Establishing the Project Management Unit into the organization", S. Prahova, Bulgaria
"When Uncertainties Become Assumptions in Governmental Planning", R. Winston, USA
"Risk Evaluation and Decision Modelling in Logistics Projects Using a Software Tool", P. Siskos, Greece
"Governance of Project Management", D. Shannon, United Kingdom
"Process improvement for product launches. A case study", D. Lubker, Iceland
"Selection of Supply Chain Performance Measurement System in Project Management Using AHP Approach",
R. K. Baisya, India
Stream 4
lime room - available from levels: 0, +1, +2
27
Education, Certification, Standard
& Profession, Human resources
in Project Management
green room - available from level +2
STREAM SPONSOR:
Sabre Holdings
www.sabre-holdings.com
Chairman: Prof. Rodney Turner [email protected]
Oral Presentations:
Section 5.A | Monday 18.06.2007
Chairman: Prof. Rodney Turner, [email protected]
Social and ethical responsibility, Culture of organisation, Change Managing global
PM teams, Leadership, Motivation, Human resources in organization
14:30
7 "A Case Study of the Suitable Leadership Styles to Building High Teamwork
According To the Project Team Life Cycle", J. Tsuneo, Japan
15:05
1 "Emotions in projects", A. Cerny, Austria
16:20 63 "The Italian project manager figure", M. Mancini, Italy
16:55 65 "Projects run on requirements, resources and risks: augmenting the
'iron triangle' to keep an eye on critical success factors during a project",
S. Armstrong, United Kingdom
Section 5.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
Chairman: Ms Brigitte Schaden, [email protected]
PM certification and qualification, Education system in PM, Career planning,
Competences analysis
14:30 78 "Assessing the impact of project management professional development:
The concept of Benefit Metrics", M. M. Alam, United Kingdom
15:05 103 "Schools of Thought in Project Management Research", C. N. Bredillet, Ireland
16:20 10 "And then came Complex Project Management", S. J. Whitty, Australia
16:55 64 E-Learning based Cooperative Project Management Qualification - powered
"
by 'Herkules' ", D. Wessels, Germany
Stream 5
Section 5.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
Chairman: Dr Martin Barnes, [email protected]
Psychological aspects in PM, Decision making
11:00 37 "Knowledge management in e-learning system", M. Nycz, Poland
11:35 18 Cultural differences in decision making in mixed German-Swedish
"
project teams", R. Muller, Sweden
12:10 121 Collaboration Architecture: Achieving Project Portfolio Productivity
"
in Knowledge Based Organization", B. Stokalski, Poland
28
Poster Presentations:
23
29
33
48
57
59
61
88
116
"On-line control model for several construction projects using forecasting principles", D. Greenberg, Israel
"Project Manager can do it - an IT based capability analysis for project management people", W. Rabl, Austria
, Poland
"Can a higher education institution be a project managed organization? ", D.
"First results of the European master in project management -EuroMPM-", D. Schonberg, Germany
"Introducing International Project Management Association(IPMA) 4 level certifications in Iran", M. Arami, Iran
"Top-down Planning Approach in Establishing Young Crew: A case Study of Young Crew Iran", M. Arami, Iran
"Bayesian Approach to project buffer sizing", M. Mancini, Italy
"An Effect of Communication Management on Project Innovation", T. Niwa, Japan
"The Ethical Dimension of Project Management", H. Helgadóttir, Iceland
Environment of Projects
Chairman: Prof. Jerzy Kisielnicki
[email protected]
Stream coverage:
Stream Project Environment comprises presentations concerned with the environment
of projects: projects challenges, determinants of the success of projects, meaning of
leadership in projects, emotional environment in projects, emergency projects, issues
concerning both projects realization and organization.
Oral Presentations:
Section 6.A | Monday 18.06.2007
14:30 17 "Project Management in developing Country like India: Lessons in Knowledge
Integration: Bridging the gaps", DP Joshi, India
15:05 119 Automotive Project Management - more lessons to learn!",
"
R. Wagner, Germany
16:20 20 'Expedition' as a new mental model for managing business projects - learning
"
with Cristopher Columbus", M. Koerner, Switzerland
16:55 109 Business processes modeling within a framework of SOA technology",
"
Section 6.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
14:30 21 "Proactive technology for managing of organizational development
programme", S. Bushuyev, Ukraine
15:05 114 What Western Project Management Can Learn from Chinese Culture,
"
Philosophy and Management Approach", J. Stawicki, Poland
16:20 28 Multidimensional PM - coping with the new challenges for project managers",
"
E. Mansson, Germany
16:55 97 Knowledge and Intellectual Capital Management in Project Oriented
"
Enterprises", M. Hofman, Poland
Section 6.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
11:00 41 "Assessment of individual project management competences - PMCAT",
R. Prantner, Austria
11:35 35 "Ability to manage IT projects - is it a potentially effective tool for competing
enterprises?", G. Dzwonnik, Poland
12:10 — Serious Creativity Thinking for Project Management",
"
O. Zieglmeier, Germany
Stream 6
orange room - available from level 0
29
violet room - available from level +2
Chairman: Marceli Król
[email protected]
STREAM SPONSOR:
Poland
TRANSSYSTEM SA
www.transsystem.com.pl
Poland is situated in the heart of Europe, at a crossing of roads and cultures.
Its boundaries are formed by the Baltic Sea to the North; Germany to the West,
the Czech and Slovak Republics to the South; Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and
Russia to the East. The great country strives to meet the needs and interests
of any profession and any group. Poland is close - easily accessible from all
parts of the world by air, by car, coach and train. It offers excellent hotels,
affordable prices and good services. Ten years ago it was unthinkable,
but today this area is not just back in Europe, it is the centre of its vitality,
able at last to display the landscapes, architecture and culture which are
the heritage of a reunited continent.
Poland lies in the zone of moderate climate, intermediate between
the marine and continental climates and the weather can be quite changeable.
In June the temperature ranges 18oC to 30oC. The entire of Poland lies
in Central European Time.
Stream coverage:
The "Public Private Partnership Projects" stream is focussed on the presentations concerned
with the projects comprising mutual activities of private and public sectors, large governmental
projects, reorganization of infrastructure, experience of projects supporting developing
countries, conditions of realization of projects of public law, experience and trends
in PPP projects development.
Oral Presentations:
Section 7.A | Monday 18.06.2007
14:30 12 The Meaning and Importance of Culture for Project Success", L. Suda, USA
"
15:05 92 The role of the Project Portfolio Group at A.P.S.S., The regional healthcare
"
provider in the Trentino province (Italy)", S. Vettorazzi, Italy
16:20 53 Systems for Quality Assurance in Power Projects", S. Upadhyay, India
"
16:55 69 Leading a country to excellence - one project at a time", M. Sepehri, Iran
"
Section 7.B | Tuesday 19.06.2007
15:05 120 The BOT concept as a form of PPP", M. Król, Poland
"
16:55 54 The Public Private Partnership Projects Management", I. Ivan, Romania
"
Section 7.C | Wednesday 20.06.2007
Stream 7
11:00 83 Project Portfolio Management - Doing it the Austrian way", U. Aigner, Austria
"
11:35 16 An organisational change project experience from CEO point of view
"
at Legrand Hungary", L. Karolyi, Hungary
12:10 55 Maturity of Petrom E&P as a Project Oriented Company and Plans for
"
Further Development", P. Crerar, Romania
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Cracow
The capital of Malopolska - the southern region of Poland. The over
onethousand-year history of the city which was the capital of Poland from
11th to 17th century, medieval town plan with the largest Main Market
in Europe, the oldest Polish university - the Jagiellonian University, churches
and cathedrals, magnificent collections and museums, the Salt Mine in
Wieliczka - all this contributes to the uniqueness of the city which is listed
on the Unesco World Heritage List amongst just 12 other objects.
In the year 2000, Cracow proudly handled the title of the European City
of Culture granted by the Council of Ministers of the European Union.
Cracow is said to be a magical city.This magic is hidden in precious
collections in more than 43 museums, great artistic events and festivals.
It is in the incredible atmosphere of cafes, restaurants, pubs vibrating
with life in the Old Town, as well as in the fashionable Jewish district.
In June Cracow celebrates the culmination of the 750 years of the location.
It doesn't mean that Cracow has existed since XIII century. If we can believe
the chronicle - Prince Krak founded historical city around 700. Cracow
acquired new principles
in 1257 and in this way it got into a big family of European Cities. At that
time the Main Market Square was traced with a system of streets, which
can be admired nowadays. The law turned out very strong and it obliged
until 1791. In the moment of the location Cracow was already the important
centre as the capital of the bishopric. Since 1040 city was the main seat
of sovereign. In the course of time city played a significant political,
ecclesiastical and economical part. Thanks to the jubilee celebrated in this
month, Cracow will become "theatre stage". Many cultural events will take
place, which will show rich cultural heritage of Cracow.
Venue
Public Private Partnership
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Jagiellonian University
The oldest University in Poland and also one of the oldest in Europe is located
in Cracow. Remarkable is fact that it belongs to the one of the biggest and
the best Academy in Poland and Europe. He was founded in 1364 by Kazimierz
Wielki - king of Poland. In 19th century University was named Jagiellonski
to accent his relation with this dynasty. In 1939 when The Second World War
started the University had the most difficult period in history. Occupants invited
Professors under the pretext of lecture and exiled them to concentration camp.
During the War Academy was closed and its equipment was damaged but in
spite of this tragic situation, about 1000 students were educated on "Secret
Jagiellonian University". After the War Academy were functioning under
pressure of Stalinism regime and afterwards the transformation of political
system in 1989 let University get back the autonomy.
Wielopolski Palace - Cracow City Hall | Welcome drink | 17.06.2007
address: Cracow City Hall, 3/4 Wszystkich Świętych Square , Cracow
see the map
This object was sold in the second half of the 19th century and was transformed
into a seat of municipal administration. Following remodeling work made by
architect Jan Rzymkowski took place at the beginning of the next century and
gave the modern form to the building. Conservation works which have been
carrying on since 1933, bring round the glamour and significance of The Palace.
Welcome drink | casual dress | Welcome Drink Ceremony will start at 18:00.
It will be host by the President of the City of Krakow Prof. Jacek Majchrowski.
This will be a great opportunity to start up Congress, by meeting Your friends
and getting to know new participants.
Castle in Niepolomice | Gala Dinner | 18.06.2007
address: Castle in Niepolomice, 2 Zamkowa Street, Niepolomice
Venue
Auditorium Maximum, Cracow
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In 2001 the Senate of the Jagiellonian University made a decision to build
a lecture theatre complex located on Krupnicza Street.
The complex was opened in September 2005. Next year Auditorium Maximum
was favoured in architectural contest "Polish Cement in Architecture".
This competition has been organized for ten years by the Polish Cement
Company and the Association of Polish Architects. The purpose of the
contest is to honour the best architectural realization, using the technology
of reinforced concrete and showing the possibility of creative using the
technology of concrete in the building industry.
The object has got 3 amphitheatre rooms, which accommodate about 1500
places. The complex has also 3 flat conference rooms which contain 420 seats.
The gothic castle was built in the middle of XIV century during the reign of Polish
king Kazimierz Wielki. The work was continued by subsequent kings but the
present form of the castle - quadrangle with internal court - was given by
the king Zygmunt August. Thanks to the deserts of queen Bona Italian gardens
were situated on the territory of the castle. Afterwards Swedish Deluge put
an end to the splendour of the castle. In 1772 after the Poland's partition the
castle was under the domination of Austrians, who assigned it for barracks.
In 1991 the castle became the property of Niepolomice City and since that time
many renovation work has been done to bring back the glamour of this
historical monument.
Gala Dinner | Evening Dress | We will meet at the courtyard of the renaissance
Castle to take part in International Project Excellence Award Gala, tasting the
traditional polish food and spending a wonderful time together. Gala Dinner
gives the great opportunity for the first official PE Award Polska ceremony,
where prize winners, winners and finalists will be awarded.
Gardens of Museum Archaeological | Cracow Evening | 19.06.2007
address: Archaeological Museum in Cracow, 3 Senacka Street , Cracow
see the map
Gardens of Museum are one of the biggest and the most beautiful gardens area
in the centre of Cracow. Localization in the centre of the "Old Town", architecture
of the gardens and exceptional view on the Wawel Castle make unforgettable
atmosphere of this special place. In the summer time Museum makes its gardens
accessible to arrange meetings, concerts and many others cultural events.
In 1989 Izabella Cywinska the Minister of Culture and Art rewarded the Museum:
"for the deserts in protection and caring historical gardens planning".
Cracow Evening | casual dress |After the Cracow city walk around the magical
historical Old Town with English speaking tour guide, we are meeting in Gardens
of Archeological Museum to spend unforgettable Cracow Evening. We will spend
nice time with Polish folk- singer Mrs. Joanna
tasting the traditional,
Polish dishes and learning Polish folk dances.
Evening Events
Many famous people were educated in Jagiellonian University, which is called
"a gem of all knowledge".
• Jan Długosz (1415-1480), historian
• Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), astronomer, founder of heliocentrism
• Jan Kochanowski (1530-1584), poet, one of the pioneers of the Polish language
• John III Sobieski (1629-1696), military leader and a king of Polish-Lithuanian
Commonwealth, won the Battle of Vienna
• Carl Menger (1840-1921), economist and lawyer, founder of the Austrian
school of economics
• Pope John Paul II (Karol Wojtyła, 1920-2005), poet, writer, pope and Catholic
bishop of Rome
• Stanisław Lem (1921-2006), writer
• Wisława Szymborska (b. 1923), poet, Nobel Prize in Literature (1996)
• Norman Davies (b. 1939), British historian
• Krzysztof Zanussi (b. 1939), film director
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Young Crew Workshop
Chairman, CoD IPMA,
Mr Adesh Jain, India
[email protected]
Co-chairman:
Mr Ed Naughton, Ireland
[email protected]
Co-chairman:
Mr Leszek Stasto, Poland
[email protected]
"Welcome to the new IPMA Nation
to Nation Forum", or IN2F, which is being
launched at the 21st IPMA World Congress
in Cracow, Poland in June 2007.
After the opening on Sunday, Nation to Nation activities
will run at all stages of the Congress, at all hours and
in many locations, for the greater benefit and enjoyment
of members of the international project management
community. That means YOU: whether as individuals,
representatives of organizations, government
institutions, industry or academe or as part of the
Member Associations (MA) of IPMA.
IN2F will provide a great opportunity to exchange
knowledge and share experience within a spirit
of mutual learning, trust, respect, understanding
and friendship.
IPMA Workshop for the Member Associations
Chairman:
Dr Morten Fangel, Denmark
[email protected]
Sunday 17 June 2007 as part of the IPMA Nation2Nation
Forum [IN2F] events at the IPMA 2007 Congress
in Cracow.
Major Events
The workshop aims at inspiring the board members
and officers of the Member Associations (MA) of IPMA
and provides these with ideas and tools to improve
the services to their members.
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This will be achieved trough exchanging experiences
on new initiatives of the MAs, discussing special topics
of interest for the Member Associations such as strategy
planning, marketing, web-services, event management
etc. and developing personal network between the key
persons of the MAs. The purpose of the workshop is not
to discuss general IPMA issues or the MA's handling
of the IPMA Certification.
Prior to the workshop the Member Associations
will receive a questionnaire on their activities in 2006.
The summary versions of the replies will create a basis
for the interaction during the workshop.
Chairman:
Prof. PhD Michael Gessler, Germany
[email protected]
Co-chairman:
Mr Krzysztof Krzyzanowski, Poland
[email protected]
Co-chairman:
Mr Leszek Miazga, Poland
[email protected]
Since last 6 years IPMA has been
organizing a special workshop
just for young professionals
and students.
The main goal of the IPMA Young Crew
Workshops is to provide experience exchange
and offer opportunities for interaction and
information exchange. The workshop is an
important Pre-World Congress Event.
It is a workshop addressing the special interests
of young professionals, students, post graduates
and faculty trainers from different countries.
The Workshop focuses on discussing, meeting, learning, networking and having fun.
Let’s GO Young Crew!
This year we are meeting in Cracow, 15 -17 June in Hotel Sympozjum
(http://www.sympozjum.com.pl/).
This year’s topic is: "The Transition from Project participant to Project Manager”
Trainers from 5 different countries are having smaller workshops, where sessions are divided
into theory lectures and practical exercises involving participants. This year the Workshop
will commence with a Welcome Night on the boat. This way our guests have an unique
opportunity for sightseeing historical Cracow and also is an occasion to get know each other
a lot better before the Workshops starts.
Through the YCW you will:
- get know about secrets of Project Management,
- know how to use in the right way key methods of PM,
- establish interesting contacts with representatives from different countries,
- take care about your future,
- spend a very good time.
Lectures:
Mr Miles Shepherd, UK "Emerging trends in Projects"
Ms Mary McKinlay, UK (keynote speaker) Moving from Project Participant to Project Manager"
"
Prof. Michael Gessler, Germany "Learning Communities - How to create and develop
a young crew as a community of practice?"
Dr Martina Huemann, Austria "Ensuring project success before the project starts"
Mr Helgi Thor Ingason, Iceland Project Management Awareness: Making the Most of Experience"
"
Mr Piotr Maksimczuk & Ms Iwona Sutryk, Poland "Value creating Project Office - impact
on project effectiveness & efficiency”
Dr Ing Wiesław Kosieradzki, Poland "Improving productivity and efficiency of planning"
Mr Grzegorz Turniak, Poland "How to be a STAR at work"
Mr Bartosz Stawski, Poland "What is the real constraint in Critical Chain implementation
and how to break it. Practicioner's insights"
Major Events
IPMA Nation to Nation Forum
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Project Excellence Award Polska 2007
Chairman:
Mr Otto Zieglmeier, Germany
[email protected]
Chairperson Award
Management Board:
Mrs. Mary Koutintcheva,
Switzerland, [email protected]
Office Manager Award 2007:
Ms Ewa Bednarczyk, Poland
[email protected]
The IPMA International Project
Excellence Award is a prestigious
prize which is presented to the
best projects performed in a previous period.
This award represents a proof of project excellence
for the project and project team. The IPMA International
PE Award supports professional project management
in achieving high performance in projects and identifies
projects as examples of excellent project management.
All the participants in the IPMA International PE Award
process gain various benefits from the process.
These benefits could be in a form of a very useful benchmark or a feedback with all the strengths
and areas for improvement. Finalists and Award winners enter the prestigious club of the IPMA
International PE Award. They gain the right to use IPMA International PE Award logo on the company
documents and publications. They become recognized world-wide as successful project teams and
examples of the project management excellence.
Each year numerous projects apply for the IPMA International PE Award. All the applications have
to be submitted as a detailed 35-page report. After submission they undergo rigorous process
of benchmarking assessment by a team of international assessors. Eventually, site visits are organized
for selected projects, where project elements are clarified and additional information collected.
Major Events
The International Jury, which is consisted of PM experts and previous winners, makes the final decision.
The Jury chooses the finalists, among which the winners are being granted. This year the Finalists come
from two continents, 4 countries and 6 companies / project teams:
Organization*
Capinfo Company Limited,
China
Guizhou Zhongshui Construction
Project Management Co.Ltd, China
Jiangsu Sopo (Group) Co., Ltd.,
China
Polimex - Mostostal S.A.,
Poland
SIVECO Romania SA,
Romania
Voca Limited,
United Kingdom
Project Name
Beijing Medical Insurance Information System
Construction, Operation and Maintenance Project
Luojiaohe Hydro Power Project in Guizhou
Province, China
Technological Revamping Project of 150,000 t/a
Acetic Acid
Interitissue Paper Mill
Computer-Based Education System - Sistemul
Educational Informatizat (SEI)
Voca Payment Platform
Chairman:
Mr Krzysztof Witkowski
[email protected]
Following IPMA members - national
Project Management associations
in Germany and Austria, for the first
time Project Management Polish Association - SPMP
organizes the national award: Project Excellence
Award Polska.
The aim of the Project Excellence Award Polska
is to popularize the highest project management's
standards in Poland and to promote Polish
projects not only in Poland but also worldwide.
All companies, universities and public institutions which use project management are invited to apply
for Project Excellence Award Polska 2007. The methodology of assessment process is based on
IPMA Project Excellence Model used in IPMA International PE Award. The 21st IPMA World Congress
gives the great opportunity for the official PE Award Polska ceremony, where prize winners,
winners and finalists will be awarded.
IPMA Research Awards 2007
Excellent research to enhance project management.
Chairperson:
Dr Martina Huemann, Austria
[email protected]
these annual awards IPMA
recognises recent excellent
contributions to the development
of the discipline and profession
project management through professionally conducted
research.
The first IPMA Research Awards have been honoured
at the IPMA World Congress in Cracow.
The IPMA Research Award Winners 2007 are:
-IPMA Research Award 2007: Manfred Saynisch from Germany and the international research
team were awarded for the interdisciplinary research project: "Project Management 2nd"
-IPMA Young Researcher Award 2007: Eva Füssinger, Austria was awarded for project
orientation [austria] .(www.poa.pmgroup.at )
For their Outstanding Research Contribution 2007 IPMA further honoured
- Roland Gareis and the international team of project orientation [international] (www.poi.pmgroup.at)
- Constanta Bodea and the SinPers team, Romania (www.ici.ro/sinpers/).
- Johanna Kirsilä, "Integration as a project management concept"
- Daan Vermeer, "The effectiveness of performance requirements in "Building Schools
for the Future" projects."
Major Events
IPMA International Project Excellence Award 2007
*in alfhabetical sequence
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Enterprise Project Management Workshops are designed for Project
Management Practitioners. The workshops focus on building, customizing
and adoption of methodology to Project Management Discipline.
This hands-on-labs, built on Microsoft EPM Technology (Microsoft Project
Server 2007 and Microsoft Office System 2007), show a broad spectrum
of tools and technical aspects of managing projects using methodology.
The Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution
is an end-to-end collaborative project and portfolio environment.
The Office EPM Solution helps your organization gain visibility, insight,
and control across all work, enhancing decision-making, improving
alignment with business strategy, maximizing resource utilization,
and measuring and helping to increase operational efficiency.
During the workshops you will learn how to use software supported
project management platform and what are the business values
and concerns of using this platform in project management.
The Office EPM Solution includes the following products from the
Microsoft Office Project 2007 family to provide organizations with
an end-to-end project portfolio management (PPM) solution:
Microsoft Project Workshops will take place on Monday 18 June and Tuesday 19 June 2007
12:00 - 13:00
14:00 - 15:00
15:00 - 16:00
16:00 - 17:00
Resource Management
Risk Management
Scope Management
Commmunication Management
Resource Management - you will learn the concept and helpful tools
for team building, resource capacity planning, skill gaps analysis and
requirements, budgeting and monitoring deviations. These are the tools
for resource managers, business analysts and project managers in their
day-to-day work managing projects.
Workshops
Risk Management - defining risk is always a challenge, in this workshop
we will cover how to build a solid platform for risk management solution,
how to enable powerful procedures to define, delegate, monitor and
react to changing project management environment eliminating risk
at the same time.
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Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management Solution overview
Scope Management - project life cycle supporting tools. Staring from
envisioning, general description of proposal, through activity planning,
budgeting, team building and resource capacity planning up to releasing
new project plan and monitoring
Communication Management - building communication platform:
technology solution that enables problem discussions and solving,
requesting and reporting updates. This solution eliminates unnecessary
overload connected to using workgroup tools - browser-based client
interface or even e-mail client reduce complexity and time spent on
organizing work.
• Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007:
Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 includes all the capabilities in
Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007. Office Project Professional 2007
gives you robust project management tools with the right blend of
usability, power, and flexibility, so you can manage projects more efficiently
and effectively. You can stay informed, control project work, schedules,
and finances, and keep project teams aligned, while becoming more
productive through powerful reporting options, integration with familiar
Microsoft Office system programs, guided planning, wizards, and
templates. In addition, Office Project Professional 2007 provides EPM
capabilities when connected to Microsoft Office Project Server 2007.
• Microsoft Office Project Server 2007:
Office Project Server 2007 is the flexible platform that supports the
resource management, scheduling, reporting, and collaboration capabilities
in the Office EPM Solution. Office Project Server 2007 enables
organizations to store project and resource information centrally and
consistently. It also integrates with Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services
3.0 for file management and collaboration capabilities, helping team
members to work together more effectively. Further, based on their roles,
users can access data and functionality via the Internet with Microsoft
Office Project Web Access.
• Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007:
Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 is a top-down portfolio management
solution that helps organizations to realize their potential by identifying,
selecting, managing, and delivering portfolios that best align with their
business strategy. Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 integrates with
Office Project Server 2007 to provide organizations with an end-to-end
project portfolio management solution, accessed via Microsoft Office
Project Portfolio Web Access.
Workshops
Microsoft Project Workshops
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Global Panel Discusion
Exhibitors:
Monday 18.06.2007
Mittal Steel Poland,
Project Management for business advantage
www.mittal-steel.pl
Moderator: Prof. Roland Gareis, A world authority in the field
of Project-Oriented Organizations.
Topic: Application of project management methods at the Management
Board level. Application of project management in developing
competitive advantage, company restructuring and reorganization.
Panelists: CEOs, Managing Directors, advisors of companies
and investment funds, experts in PM.
Participants: Executive staff in business, local authority institutions
and non-profit organizations, investment funds, banks.
International Project
Management Association,
The Exhibition of 21st IPMA
World Congress 2007 will be
held from 18th to 20th of June
of 2007, at Auditorium Maximum,
35 Krupnicza street, Cracow - close to congress rooms.
www.ipma.ch
Project Management
Poland Association,
www.spmp.org.pl
Microsoft,
www.microsoft.com
Infovide-Matrix SA,
www.infovide.pl
Tuesday 19.06.2007
Project Management in Public Sector
Moderator: Mr Erich Mueller, EU Commission Director
Topic: Application of project management in public sector, especially
for the needs of enterprises co-financed by EU and the World Bank.
Panelists: Managers of large projects and programs
co-financed by EU and the World Bank, representatives
of EU and the World Bank, EU Funds Consultants.
Participants: Representatives of central and local
authorities, public and non-profit organizations, managers.
Sponsorship & Exhibition:
Ms Marta Maciołek, Poland
[email protected]
Proha Plc
www.proha.com
German Project Management
www.gpm-ipma.de
Planning & Cost Engineering Services,
www.paceservices.co.za
localization - level +2
exhibition area
communication / stairs, lifts
PARM Polska,
www.parm.com
The APM Group LTD,
Wednesday 20.06.2007
www.apmgroup.co.uk
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Deputy Director of National Contact Point for Research
Moderators: Dr Zygmunt
Programmes of the EU, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Dr Wiktor Kurzeja, President of European Association of Research
Managers & Administrators
Topic: Application of project management methods in large research
programs co-financed by state budgets, EU and the World Bank.
Panelists: Managers of research projects, researchers and
scientists implementing projects, representatives of EU
and other authorities financing research projects.
Participants: Scientists and academics, research
centers and institutes carrying out large research projects
and companies doing research financed by EU.
Exhibition
ANIMP Project Management Section
www.ipmaroma2008.it
Project Management Associates
www.pma-india.org
Roland Gareis Consulting,
www.rgc.at
University of Information Technology
and Management,
www.wsiz.rzeszow.pl
Exhibition
Major Events
Project Management in Research Programs
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18.06.2007
The excursion starts at 9.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 3,5 h | price: 30,00 ¤ / 1 person | price includes: English speaking guide
attendance; entrance ticket to the Botanic Garden.
Besides numerous antique monuments Cracow has got many natural areas.
Planty - Exceptional municipal garden surrounding the oldest part of the city,
during every season attracts by green scenery and special atmosphere. Planty
are also one of bigger park in Cracow. Botanic Garden - the oldest one in
Poland is also one of the oldest in Europe and takes 9,8 ha. Large collection
has got 6 000 species, subspecies and types of plants.
At the end of XIII century big collection of plants was imported from Vienna,
Paris and Petersburg. At the beginning of XIX century the area of Botanic
Gardens was enlarged to 3,6 ha. The terrain was arranged in English style
as the landscape park. In 1976 the Botanic Garden was inscribed on
The Monuments' Record as the precious natural object, monument of
the culture and gardening art.
Cracow of John Paul II
19.06.2007
Social Programme
The excursion starts at 9.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 3,5 h | price: 35,00 ¤ / 1 person | price includes: English speaking guide
attendance, entrance ticket to the Museum of John Paul II, entrance ticket to the Wawel’s Cathedral.
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Cracow is the only one city in the World, which has got places related to the
almost whole life of John Paul II. Visitors coming to Cracow can find many
places which remember Pope as a student of polish philology, worker, actor,
poet, seminarian, young priest, lecturer, bishop, metropolitan and finally
as the Pope. Numerous places are the remembrance of the Pope’s life.
"Cracow is the most famous city among polish cities" – by these words Pope
said goodbye to members of local government who visited Him in 2001.
Although Karol Wojtyla hasn't lived in Cracow since He became the Pope,
His pilgrimage to the City has stayed not just in hearts of Polish.
After His death Cracovians still set up monuments, place commemorative
plaques and give the institutions a name of John Paul II. Karol Wojtyla and
John Paul II will always exist in Cracow and in memory of residents. Every
year many foreign tourists visit places related to the Pope's life, giving
a proof of respect and remembrance of Noble Polish.
Magic and legends of Cracow
19.06.2007
Benedictine Abbey
20.06.2007
price: 86,00 ¤ / 1 person | excursion starts in the morning, duration ca 5,5 h |
price includes: English speaking guide attendance, ferry trip by The Vistula River, entrance ticket
to the monastery, English speaking guide - monk attendance from the Abbey, lunch - tasting of
traditional Benedictine delicacy, based on its own recipes consisted: smoked sausages, delicious
cheeses, traditional bread, home made jam, Benedictine wine, liqueur or mead, basket of traditional
Benedictine products taste of rarities, concert of Benedictine choral chants - The Gregorian choir
as a traditional, ancient Latin chant of the Roman - Catholic Church,
The history of The Benedictine Abbey began in XI century. The monastery with
the church are situated on a craggy rock by the Vistula River in the outskirts
of Cracow. The Early-Romanesque church and monastery were surrounded
by a curtain in the XIII century. The church was rebuilt in a Gothic style
in XV century and afterwards in the spirit of the Baroque in the XVII and
XVIII century.
Nowadays in the Abbey live 40 monks, whose life is related with religious
and cultural activities. They pray but also take care of the monastery's
"household", translate the Bible into Polish and run a publishing enterprise.
Benedictines are very concerned about interpersonal relations with people
and that's the reason of increasing number of visits in the Abbey. Monks bring
peace and security to the communities they have lived in. They also share their
own tradition based on the highest values and respect for every human being.
Kazimierz District / cultural heritage of Jewish community
20.06.2007
The excursion starts at 9.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 3,5 h | price: 35,00 ¤ / 1 person | price includes: English speaking guide
attendance, entrance ticket to the Galicia Jewish Museum, entrance tickets to the Synagogues:
Stara, Remuh, Tempel
During the extermination of Second World War Nazis invaders expelled Jews
from their territory. Two religions and two nations have existed here since
centuries. Kazimierz – centre of artistic and intellectual life attracts by
unforgettable atmosphere thanks to synagogues, charming cafés, restaurants,
clubs and antique shops. Kazimierz is a famous place also thanks to Steven
Spielberg who decided to shoot here Schindler’s List - a multiple Oscar winner.
Museums and Galleries of Cracow / cradle of culture and art
20.06.2007
The excursion starts at 9.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 3,5 h | price: 25,00 ¤ / 1 person | price includes: English speaking
guide attendance
The excursion starts at 9.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 3,5 h |price: 35,00 ¤ / 1 person | price includes: English speaking guide
attendance, Entrance tickets to the Wyspianski Museum and Czartoryscy Museum
Cracow is the city with special atmosphere made by magic places. Thanks to
many legends this place became mysterious city. Churches, tenement houses
and many another places give many opportunities to remember unforgettable
ambience of historical Cracow . This route shows variety of cultural and spiritual
heritage of Cracow and let us feel the special ambience. Legends, magic and
mystery surprise tourists, who didn't know magical side of the city, where art
interlace with reality.
Cracow has one of the richest museum exhibits among another cities
of Central Europe.There are numerous of museum institutions and galleries,
which attract tourists of many countries. Among various collections the
most famous works of art are two paintings made by Leonardo da Vinci
and Rembrandt. Galleries also offer large collections and give opportunities
to make a purchase, which would remind exceptional city - Cracow.
Social Programme
Natural heritage of Cracow
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Wawel Hill / the most priceless monumental complex in Poland
20.06.2007
The excursion starts at 14.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 3 h | price: 40,00 ¤ / 1 person | price includes: English speaking guide
attendance, entrance ticket to the State Rooms in the Wawel Royal Castle, entrance tickets
to the Cathedral and to the Royal Tombs.
Wawel Castle is the most popular and the richest museum in Poland. The most
valuable of all the works of art in the Wawel collection are the Arras tapestries.
The Royal Armoury with its collection of the standards and colours of the
Teutonic Knights won in the Battle of Grunwald in 1410 is also worth seeing.
Wawel Cathedral used to be the scene of coronations and is the eternal resting
place of the kings of Poland. Wawel Hill is dominated by the Cathedral, the
Castle and the defence towers. In the Sigismund Tower hangs the largest bell
in Poland, called "Zygmunt". The Renaissance Sigismund Chapel by the
Cathedral, roofed with pure gold, is an absolutely unique architectural
monument. Wawel Hill is also known by its magic peculiarity. Legend tells
that here is situated one of the seven mystics stones of the World names
czakram - source of the power and spiritual force.
Wieliczka - Salt Mine
21.06.2007
The excursion starts at 9.30 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 4 h | price: 60,00 ¤/1 person | price includes: transport, entrance ticket
to the Salt Mine and English speaking guide attendance in the complex, guide service during
the whole event.
Wieliczka Salt Mine placed on the First World List of Cultural and Natural
Heritage - UNESCO entertains over one million visitors every year. Lakes,
traverses, caverns, chapels and the world's biggest mining museum attract
many visitors. St. Kinga's chapel - the largest salt chapel in the world invites
by its unforgettable scenery. Significant is fact that this complex is the only
one salt mine in the world, which has been functioning since the Middle Ages.
Tourist route extends for 3.5 km, starting at the depth of 64 m and ending
at 135 m below the earth surface. It's a pride of southern Poland and a place
of an unforgettable experience.
Route of John-Paul II
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21.06.2007
Warsaw
21-22.06.2007
price: 400,00 ¤ / 1 person | excursion starts in the morning, duration 2 days |
price includes: transport to Warsaw and a Warsaw sightseeing, accommodation for one night
in the four stars hotel – double room, (single room after an additional payment), breakfast, 2 x lunch,
dinner, entrance tickets: Royal Castle, Wilanow (Palace and Park), Museum of Frederic Chopin, concert
of Frederic Chopin's music in a Lazienki, English speaking guide attendance during the visit in Wilanow
and during Warsaw sightseeing, guide attendance during the whole trip.
Warsaw - the capital city of Poland, a main cultural and scientific centre with
dynamic development, invites every year an increasing number of businessmen
and tourists. Warsaw "Old Town", like many other places in Poland was placed
on the UNESCO's List, as an example of faithful reconstruction of what was
completely destroyed during the Second World War. The most popular tourist
route is the Royal Course, starting from the reconstructed Royal Castle, through
"Old Town", and ending at a palace and a romantic park.
Wilanow - a place with a baroque palace and Zelazowa Wola - the birthplace
of Frederick Chopin with Museum founded in manor-house, are also main
tourist attractions.
Pieniny Mountains
22.06.2007
price: 110,00 ¤ / 1 person | excursion starts in the morning, duration ca 8 h |
price includes: transport, rafting on the Dunajec river, packed lunch, lunch, English speaking
guide attendance during the whole excursion.
Pieniny National Park is situated in the Pieniny Mountains in the southern Poland.
National Park due to its attractions belongs to one of the most interesting
monuments of nature in our country. Numerous scenic places enable to explore
the most attractive peculiarities of nature and gems of cultural heritage.
Thanks to picturesque scenery which includes: rocks, river and lush greenery,
landscape sticks in mind for a long time. The most famous attraction for visitors
is rafting on the Dunajec river and admiring unforgettable views on tourist routes.
Memorial and Museum Auschwitz - Birkenau
22.06.2007
price: 75,00 ¤/1 person | excursion starts in the morning, duration ca 9 h |
price includes: transport to Wadowice and a Cracow sightseeing, entrance tickets to the Wawel’s
Cathedral and the Museum of John – Paul II, lunch, English speaking guide attendance during
the whole excursion.
The excursion starts at 9.00 | Meeting point: in front of the Auditorium Maximum
excursion duration ca 8 h | price: 70,00 ¤/1 person | price includes: transport, entrance ticket
to the Museum and Memorial - Auschwitz-Birkenau, documentary film’s projection, English speaking
guide attendance during the visit in Oswiecim, lunch, guide service during the whole excursion.
Cracow - the city where Karol Wojtyla experienced different moments of his
life as a student, worker, actor, priest and finally as the Pope. Many places are
the proofs of his exceptional and admirable life: The Wawel Cathedral - a place
of frequent prayers, Stanislaw's Kostka Church - the place of his first mass for
believers, the Sanctuary of God Misericordia consecrated by the Pope in 2002
and many others. During the first pilgrimage Pope said: "Before my departure
I am glancing at Cracow, this Cracow whose each stone, each brick is dear
to me...". Wadowice - Pope's home town - it is also a very special place, where
numerous monuments remind visitors a individuality of Polish Pope.
In the suburbs of Oswiecim during the Second World War Nazis created the
biggest Nazi Concentration Camp. Auschwitz-Birkenau - necropolis, museum
and commemorative monument became a meaningful symbol of terror,
genocide and Holocaust. This place became the biggest extermination of
mankind in the history, where citizens of different races and creeds - lost their
life. Scientists estimate the number of victims as ranging from 900 000 to
4,5 million. The Concentration Camp - placed on the UNESCO's List - has been
visited by 25 million people from all over the world. Immense area, primitive
barracks and historical collections show the enormity of suffering.
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