The first part of the Conference will be dedicated to high value presentations and discussions with global project management professionals. The lounge area will be crowded with stands for networking, learning about new products and services to project managers and their companies.


The second part of the event will take place at the premises of international and local companies based in Vilnius with dedicated presentations and sites visits. More information about site visits and registration form can be found here. Site visits are complimentary for ONSITE ticket holders.


And after site visits we would like to see you back to TransferGo rooftop terrace for our networking party!

Registration & Networking

08:30 - 09:00

Opening Speech

09:00 - 09:15

Keynote: Navigating Executive Expectations: "Leveraging AI to Meet PMO Demands"

09:15 - 09:45

Projects consume an ever-increasing slice of executive mindshare so let's explore what executives really want from the PMO. On the way we'll look at how to maximize the impact that your portfolio of projects has on your organization, your stakeholders and society at large. We'll also explore trends in technology designed to help maximize the return on investment from your portfolio and we'll even touch on some of the skills that we as a profession need to improve to keep up with the pace of change.

When Is the Right Time to Implement AI?

09:45 - 10:05

In the ever-evolving digital landscape, determining the right time to implement Artificial Intelligence (AI) is crucial for businesses aiming to stay ahead. This session will explore the key factors that signal the optimal moment for AI adoption.
We will delve into the implications of the AI Act, examining its role in shaping the regulatory environment and ensuring ethical AI deployment across industries. The discussion will highlight how these regulations impact European competitiveness on the global stage, providing insights into navigating compliance while leveraging AI for strategic advantage.
Additionally, we will emphasize the "Test before invest" approach as a low entry point to the market, allowing businesses to experiment with AI solutions before committing to full-scale implementation. Discover the strategic pathways for adopting AI, ensuring your organization remains competitive and connected in an increasingly AI-driven world.

Partners Express

10:05 - 10:20

Coffee Break & Networking

10:20 - 10:50

Data-Driven Decisions in Project Management - AI Myths and Reality

10:50 - 11:10

Data-driven decision-making in project management ensures that choices are guided by rigorous data analysis rather than intuition alone. By leveraging data, project managers gain valuable insights, optimize processes, and enhance project outcomes. Real-world applications include risk assessment, resource allocation, project forecasting, and quality control. Challenges involve data quality, bias mitigation, and privacy considerations.
The human-AI partnership emphasizes collaboration and continuous learning.

Reskilling Psychology

11:10 - 11:30

The What: Reskilling psychology explains how humans learn and adapt to always changing environment.
The Why: Common challenges at reskilling: no motivation, slow learning, stable believes or unconscious repeated patterns. There are ways to improve it. Psychological principals can support managers in this process.
The Benefit: Knowing how the brain works, how we learn and change habits can help PMs & PMOs to plan and influence faster learning in their project members.

Project Manager vs Product Manager: Overlapping, Conflicting or Enriching

11:30 - 11:50

Being in agile set up within SEB Baltic for couple of year where Product managers and Project managers cocreate, we have our leanings to share:
- dynamic teams vs fixed teams
- scope management vs roadmaps
- short term vs long term
- partners vs opponents

Keynote: PMI Infinity, in Action - Leverage AI in Your Project Management Practices Effectively

11:50 - 12:20

This presentation will explore PMI Infinity, the groundbreaking AI-driven project management tool developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The session will provide an in-depth look at how PMI Infinity integrates advanced artificial intelligence to revolutionize project management practices. Attendees will gain hands-on experience with PMI Infinity's use cases and functionalities. Additionally, we will present the development process of PMI Infinity, offering insights and lessons learned that can benefit anyone in the audience considering developing their own AI tools.

In today's fast-paced business environment, project managers face increasing pressure to deliver projects on time and within budget while managing complex variables and uncertainties. Traditional project management tools often fail to provide the predictive insights and real-time adaptability needed for success. This presentation tackles the critical question of how AI can be effectively integrated into project management to drive efficiency and innovation and shares the development journey to inspire and guide others.

By attending this session, participants will learn how to harness the power of PMI Infinity to transform their project management routines. Key takeaways include:

- Understanding the core functionalities of PMI Infinity and how it augments a project manager’s daily tasks.
- Acquiring hands-on experience with the tool to better understand its potential.
- Learning about the development process behind PMI Infinity, including best practices and key considerations for developing AI tools.

Networking Lunch

12:20 - 13:20

Special Session: Innovations in Sports - Bringing Progress, but Dividing the Community

13:20 - 13:40

Adoption of technology in sport: does innovation (like VAR – video assistant referee) help sport, or does it divide the community and bring uncertainty?

In sports, the latest technologies are applied almost every day, more and more decisions are made not by humans, but by specific devices. This should reduce the chance of errors, but there are still a lot of wrong decisions, or decisions that raise a lot of doubts. Technology is designed to help, but it doesn't always help. Some of these innovations are already being abandoned. Why?

Adomas will find out how the world of sports has changed in recent years in terms of technology. How many innovations were introduced, how many worked and how many were withdrawn. He will explain why sports will be dependent on humans, not computers, for a very long time. Special part: Adomas will end his presentation with his own live performance with a looper. He will show you how to create music here and now, without any preparation, using only vocals and no conventional instruments.

GenAI Landscape for Project Professionals. The Splendor of Promises, the Reality of Practice

13:40 - 14:00

In this speech, we aim to explore practical use cases of GenAI within project management. You will be introduced to some concepts surrounding generative AI models, drawing insights from the latest reports, research, and the speaker’s professional experience, all designed to apply to your work.
The presentation will uncover GenAI concepts and use cases with an additional flavor of uncensored comments. We will explore challenges, including security, data privacy, hallucinations, and people’s fear. We will discuss retrieval-based methods with generative capabilities to enhance learning and project governance with RAGs (Retrieval-Augmented Generation).
1. You will gain insights from current studies and real-world use cases for GenAI in enhancing project management.
2. Learn about advanced prompting strategies to optimize your interactions with LLMs (Large Language Model).
3. Think about ways to deal with GenAI risks and myths.
Join this session to prepare for the unknown, use it as an opportunity, and do not believe every urban legend about AI.

Executives Readiness to Transition from Traditional to AI-Enhanced Portfolio Governance

14:00 - 14:20

AI's emerging digital disruption presents opportunities and challenges for portfolio, program, and project management. This presentation explores the transition from traditional methods to AI-enhanced approaches, using insights from my research on the readiness of company leadership and executives for AI disruption in portfolio management.
As AI reshapes the landscape, readiness to leverage AI becomes crucial for everyone. Our research reveals significant skill gaps that need addressing. By focusing on developing the necessary skills, we aim to bridge these gaps and prepare professionals for the future with AI and Little PM books are a small part of nurturing these skills for kids.
Attendees will gain valuable insights into AI integration in portfolio management, learn about the current readiness of executives to embrace AI, and understand the importance of developing essential skills for future technological advancements. The presentation will highlight key research findings and share practical strategies for navigating AI-driven changes in the field.

Keynote: Beyond the Event Horizon: the Future of Project Management in an AI-Driven World

14:20 - 14:50

This Keynote will attempt the framing of the implications of AI for Project Managers, not only in the present, but also in the future, to define what “The AI-Augmented Project Manager” would look like.
As we struggle to project what the future will look like due to AI, we will go beyond this “Event Horizon” and talk about the opportunities (increased efficiency, productivity, enhanced decision-making, etc.), but also the challenges (ethical considerations, potential job displacements, balance between AI autonomy and human oversight) posed by an AI-Driven world.
The Benefit: Attendees will understand how to equip themselves with critical skills for the future (data literacy, AI tools proficiency, critical thinking) and the role of continuous learning and flexibility in adapting to future challenges).

Conference Closing Speech

14:50- 15:00

Traveling to Site Visits

15:00 - 16:30

All ONSITE tickets holder can attend to one site visit complimentary. The attendees must take care about the transportation to site visit place themselves. More information about site visits and registration form you can find here.

Site Visits

16:30 - 18:00

This year we will have site visits to:
- Microsoft
- Urbanbee
- Science and Technology Park of Institute of Physics
- DataEra

Additional registration is required. One person can register to one site visit. During the registration onsite ticket number is needed. The number of seats at the site visit is limited, therefore the approach first call first served will be applied. More information about site visits and registration form you can find here.

Happy Hour Networking


International Vilnius Airport

Site visit to International Vilnius Airport. Lithuanian airports adopted a strategy to reach net zero emissions in airport operations in 2050. During this visit you will hear a presentation how Vilnius airport will control CO2 emissions in line with increasing connectivity and extension of passenger terminal. After the presentation, you will have a unique opportunity to see around the airside territory, learn what is the progress of the new terminal construction and other airside infrastructure.


Group size: 30 people

Energy Cells

Site visit to the largest project in the Baltics and one of the largest of its kind in Europe Energy cells worth 109 million Euros. Joining this site visit, you will have the opportunity to see the Battery site in Vilnius park.

Experts of Energy cells will deliver a presentation about the challenges and lessons learnt implementing this strategically important project for Lithuania’s energy security.


Group size: 20 people

Accenture Lithuania

Accenture Delivery Centers develop and scale innovations across the largest and most diversified group of strategy
& consulting, interactive, technology and operations professionals in the world.
Accenture has a broad global footprint, with offices and operations in 120 countries. Through this connected network, we unleash the power of One Accenture by applying intelligence, deep industry and functional experience and continuous innovation and agility at massive scale, to help our clients transform their businesses and lead in the New.

Accenture Advanced Technology Center in Latvia was established in 2002. As we are continuously looking for better ways to serve our clients needs, we have established new delivery location in Lithuania under joint Baltic Advanced Technology Center brand in 2021.


Group size: 20 people

SEB Lithuania

SEB is the largest bank in Lithuania, its building is included into the list of “Open house Vilnius” program. 


The building’s design is energy efficient and environmentally friendly. As of now, it is the first and only administrative building in the Baltic States to merit the Oscar Award for new construction: a BREEAM Outstanding New Construction Certificate. Minimalism and bold transparency are on display throughout the SEB building. Its strong emphasis on public spaces, innovation, and sustainability is intrinsic to modern architecture at its best.  


Group size: 30 people

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