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Professional Development Summit 2008 - In Pursuit of Best Practices 
Modified By Brad  on 3/24/2008 11:30:18 AM)

Event: Professional Development Summit 2008 – “In Pursuit of Best Practices”
Date: April 29, 2008
Start Time: 7:30 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Canadian Information Processing Society - Bluenose Chapter, the Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Atlantic Canada and the Halifax Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis are pleased to announce Professional Development Summit 2008 – “In Pursuit of Best Practices”. This day-long professional development event will offer members the opportunity to learn the latest best practices in their profession while gaining professional development credits. 
The event consists of 2 keynote speakers, 9 workshops and a series of 4 facilitated “Hot-topic” round tables. Leslie Southwick-Trask will “kicked-off” the event with a breakfast keynote on Change Management with the lunchtime keynote being given by Sandra Cascadden, the CIO of the Nova Scotia Department of Health.
The early bird Summit schedule and registration information can be found on the Education page of the IIBA’s website:
Don't miss the Early Bird savings…March 31, 2008 is your last day to get the early bird rate of $150 for members and $200 for non members! The regular rates are: $200 for members and $250 for non members.
This event is jointly sponsored by the CIPS – Bluenose Chapter, CAMC – Atlantic Canada and the IIBA Halifax Chapter.


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