Now, after more than 5 years of work it has been published: the ISO 21500 Standard for Project Management. And it is an acknowledgement for all who have done the effort of a PM certification. It’s because the new ISO norm adopted the glossary from PMI’s ANSI standard PMBoK 1:1.
Project managers need to have a lot of skills. They have to plan, coordinate, control, communicate, and many other things more. But the most important, and that’s what links them to executive management, are their leadership qualities. And these start with building a team and mutual trust with individuals and
I just found a very good article from a colleague which I’d like to share with you. It lists a couple of capabilities a good project manager should have. There are probably some impulses in for each of us for our own improvements, too. The list also is a good
Sir Winston Churchill is quoted to say „Some think education is expensive – think about incompetence and ignorance!” Looking at trillions of Euros in project budgets every year and still nearly 50% of projects failing or achieving their goals only with significant deviations from plan, I feel reminded of these