The article is inspired by the theme of IPMA’s 25th World Congress in Brisbane 2011. It addresses the promises of project management and how these are met in regards to four different target groups: Individual PM Practitioners, Project Teams and Stakeholders, Enterprise Managers and Executives, and Nations and Society.
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Added by DPL-RD on August 4, 2012 at 8:10pm — No Comments
All applications are due for submission by June 15, 2012 for consideration
The IPMA Young Crew initiative announces the call for nominations for the 2012 IPMA Young Project Manager Award. The Young Crew promotes the practice and process of project management as a discipline across all sectors of industry; and actively engaged in supporting the development of future leaders within the project management domain.
Added by Stine Piilgaard P Nielsen on May 18, 2012 at 11:25am — No Comments
Three project professionals share their advice on how to effectively manage workplace politics
Project politics can ruin team relationships, projects and your career — unless you know how to play the game.
“The crux is understanding the importance of relationships. If we focus on relationships and genuinely try to connect with people, it’s much easier to see all sides of an issue,” says Brian Irwin, PMP, Gravette, Arkansas, USA-based author of Managing…Continue
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International Journal of Project Management no. 29 2011 presents an article by Eddie Fisher from Brno University of Technology. The article addresses the issue of what constitutes an effect people project manager. The methods applied are, inter alia, focus group meetings and face to face interviews.
Six specific skills were identified as important in regard to being an effective people project manager, and by adopting and implementing these skills, people project managers would be…Continue
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