Thrive in a broader PPM ecosystem

PPM can no longer operate in silos without the benefit of shared goals and coordinated resources. Optimized outcomes now demand that the barriers come down and diverse teams work collaboratively — eliminating myopic executions and ensuring alignment across the enterprise. 

Thought leading sessions include insights on how to:

  • Evolve skills, processes and practices - Every organization is experiencing constant shifts in goals and priorities. To succeed, PPM leaders must evolve existing practices and outdated skill sets to support flexible frameworks — and rapid change.
  • Become an agent of transformation - Demand for continuous transformation is growing, yet many organizations are challenged to deliver rapid results. PPM leaders must take the reins as change enablers to collaborate with diverse teams to support continuous change and drive business results.
  • Prioritize investments for maximum impact - Today’s competitive environments are volatile and unpredictable. PPM leaders need to lead efforts to prioritize and ensure the strategic alignment of investments that will make a significant difference to business outcomes.

Join a community

By attending Gartner Program & Portfolio Management Summit, you’re joining a community of trailblazers, thought leaders and industry experts pushing the boundaries of program and portfolio management. This conference is the one place you can access research-backed sessions, get expert advice on your specific challenges and interact with colleagues — all in one place, over three days.

Meaningful networking

Interact with more than 2,100 of your peers to gain firsthand insight from those facing similar challenges to yours.

Gartner experts

Hear directly from more than 20 experts behind the latest research and meet with one in a private 30-minute Gartner one-on-one at the conference.


Evaluate cutting-edge technology and solution providers during Exhibit Showcase receptions and at solution provider sessions.

Who should attend

PMO/EPMO leaders

  • Deal with the challenges of digital business
  • Be viewed as key to success by stakeholders
  • Manage resources so they are not short-staffed
  • Overcome the perception of the PMO 

Portfolio managers

  • Digital organizational transformation
  • Changing business priorities
  • Ensuring appropriate governance
  • Checking availability of skills within the project portfolio

Program managers

  • Large, costly and important organizational initiatives
  • Experience and education are important for success
  • More skills and flexibility
  • Political and people skills
Gartner PPM Summit focuses on relevant, trending topics and issues project managers are facing today. I can use this information in my daily practices.

Gina Murthey

Manager, Strategic Realization Office, Raytheon Technologies

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