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In this second series about the PMI Global Congress, Ricardo talks about the presentations that have happened and major focus. He explains that the congress brought 2,800 people from 64 countries and Brazil was the fourth country with the largest representation in the congress, behind only the United States, Canada and Japan. At the event happened 80 presentations and one of the most talked about was the concept of agile methodologies, and other topics such as virtual teams and negotiation. Ricardo presented a technical paper about selection criteria of projects using AHP and in the next day a team from Petrobras presented a case study about selecting projects. See the paper at: http://www.ricardo-vargas.com/articles/analytic-hierarchy-process/

 
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  1. Prof. Ricardo,
    Muito importante a divulgação das atividades nos congressos mundiais do PMI, para mostrar a qualidade dos trabalhos e o facilidade de acesso a todos os estudantes e Gerentes de projetos.
    Obrigado pelas notícias !

  2. Tiago Morais says:

    Caro Ricardo, gostaria de ter acesso ao paper do que trata contratos agéis que você cita no podcast desta semana; consigo obter este paper no site do PMI??

    Desde já, muito obrigado pela atenção.

    Atc.,

    Tiago Morais

  3. Prof. André Ricardi says:

    Ricardo, como sempre brilhante e simples em suas colocações. Ficamos muito felizes e orgulhososo com as notícias que você trouxe do congresso, e nos sentimos mais motivados a continuar divulgando e ensinando a respeito.

    Forte abraço!

  4. FRANCISCO TAVARES says:

    CRESCIMENTO DO BRASIL DO RANGE MUNDIAL.

    AGIL – METODOLOGIAS PRATICAS.

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