Event in Copenhagen




25 May 2018

How might we understand the future of digital project leadership?

Are you a project manager who experiences the consequences of a digitalised world, then enrol in our hackathon.

Join us in exploring how emerging digital megatrends will change the way we do project leadership and help us create prototypes for a new role as project managers in a digital world.

Digitalisation and new emerging technologies have given birth to remarkably smart and scalable solutions for meeting the project manager’s needs.

Anyone who wishes to remain competitive must embrace this change and embark on a journey to digitise their capabilities, including the way project leadership is carried out.

On Friday 25 May, we invite you to explore and hack the existing role of a project manager in a digitalised world. Through an Innovation Sprint – a method used as a shortcut to learn without excess developing and executing steps – we will prototype new solutions for project management in a digitalised world. The innovation sprint is based on high user involvement and tested on numerous cases.

The best way to predict the future is to create it.

Abraham Lincoln

We have an exciting programme where we will co-develop the future path of project management. You won’t get any fixed answers, because the aim is to challenge the existing way of doing project management.

We are looking forward to seeing you!


Networking and breakfast

Partner in Implement Consulting Group Mikkel Lau

Digital innovation and digital megatrends

Partner in Implement Consulting Group, René Bach Lundgaard

The What, How and Why

We hack the existing way of doing project management through innovation sprints and work session.

Presentation of selected hacks for executive panel
See you next time

Practical information


Implement Consulting Group
Strandvejen 56
2900 Hellerup.

Entrance by Tuborg Havnevej across from Waterfront Shopping.


3 hours of free parking in Q-Park Waterfront Shopping by Tuborg Havnevej.

NB! Be aware that there is a lot of morning traffic.

Anne Hybel Havelykke
25 May 2018
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Free of charge