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IPMA GLOBAL BEST PRACTICE WEEK: HOW TO REACH AND MAINTAIN RESILIENCE

We are pleased to announce the 2° IPMA GLOBAL BEST PRACTICE WEEK, that will take place from April 26 till April 29, 2021.

The yearly IPMA virtual event focus on prevailing topics of and around project management.

IPMA brings together best practices from all around the world to build sustainable business practices.

 

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Project Managers play a significant role in building a better world because developments are usually realised through projects.

After a very successful start in 2020, where the IPMA Global Best Practice Week focused on competences desperately needed for the post-pandemic challenges, this year it focuses on resilience.

 

EVENT'S PROGRAMME: https://bpw.ipma.world/programme/

 

REGISTRATIONS

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Special discount for IPMA members.

Ticket includes:

- Live access to all event’s streams (Masterclasses included)

- Post-event recordings – valid for 3-months

- PDFs, PPTs and other materials available to download

- Digital Proof of Participation – after the event

 

Link: https://bpw.ipma.world/registration/

 

 

Communique for March 27th, 2021 virtual CoD, The new reality: resilience and antifragility

IPMA has completed the March Council of Delegates meeting online. As the World has been
locked down several times, we have seen at first hand the diculties experienced nations and
regions. The SARS-COV2 Covid-19 pandemic brutally exposed our vulnerabilities in every area.
One lesson we can learn is that we need to build our ability to adapt and withstand future crises.


During this pandemic period, resilience – the ability to respond to the crisis – has helped many
organizations survive a turbulent year. Resilience is as much about recognition as it is about recovery.
The resilient actions taken by organisations include investing in workforce initiatives such as reskilling
or redesigning work, diversifying operations, and developing technological capabilities to drive new
business models. Successful organizations adapted to remote working, kept employees safe, both
mentally and physically, and took actions to maintain trust between leaders and employees. They
also valued diversity, equity and inclusion and made commitments to improve the environment and
strengthen their communities.


We, at the International Project Management Association (IPMA), currently with 72 national
Member Associations worldwide, share with our members the skills and abilities needed to reach and
maintain resilience. We are the oldest network of project management professionals worldwide and
are 56 years in existence. We represent a professional network of people that promote excellence in
projects, programmes, and portfolios, supporting the development of individual, organisational and
project management technical and behavioural competences. IPMA has global standards in place that
define these competencies.


All these hard and soft human competences are needed at this diŠcult time. A time where regional and
local networks must collaborate more closely, addressing the specific challenges of the region or local
environment and helping to minimise the impact of the crisis. Today we must be more disciplined and
rigorous than ever while maintaining our humanity in the face of the pandemic challenges.


This past year shows that we are what we say at IPMA: we are proud to be part of the IPMA Family,
a family of professionals who build relationships for life. We develop our relationships so that they exist
far beyond mere institutional relationships. We stand ready to tackle the diŠcult challenges of the
future – together.


The Covid-19 crisis will provoke both ideological and economic earthquakes and we are moving towards
a new horizon. Some things will benefit from the shock waves; they thrive and grow when exposed to
volatility, randomness, disorder, stressors, and uncertainty. These will cause new concepts and strategies
to arise. This is our understanding of antifragility. This is the stage beyond resilience or robustness. The
resilient resist shocks and stay the same; the antifragile moves, reacts, responds, and gets better.


IPMA Chairman Dr. Jesus Martinez Almela highlights that the most important thing now is to continue
taking care of our physical and mental health. We at IPMA have had to adapt and adjust everything
very quickly to the new situation over the last 12 months. IPMA structures, operations, projects,
regulations, events, certification, and our relationship with our Associations and key stakeholders have
adjusted. They all have the same objective: to win this battle against Covid-19 and build a resilient,
antifragile, and sustainable tomorrow. We can only do this together. We will continue as IPMA to focus
on developing competent professionals, committed to sharing valuable insights for our common good.
We will continue our work that began over 50 years ago and see the future in a much more virtual world
addressing a new reality.

 

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IPMA: Innovation and Change Conference - 18 February 2021

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The Future of New at the IPMA SIG Innovation and Change Conference

 

La conference si terrà online il 18 febbraio 2021 dalle ore 15:00 alle ore 19:00.

 

Come possiamo gestire le trasformazioni oggi in atto?

Come possiamo rendere i progetti che gestiamo elementi catalizzatori di innovazione e cambiamento?

Quali competenze dovranno avere i Project Leader del Futuro?

A queste ed altre domande daremo risposta durante la conferenza, in cui verranno presentati case studies di progetti portatori di innovazioni e si approfondiranno i main topic: Creativity At Work, Building Innovation, Change Portfolios.

 

TOPICS

- Designing the Future: Leveraging Design Thinking in Projects, Michael Lewrick

- Innovation Dos and Don'ts for Projects, Susan Reed

- New Ways To Tell Old Stories: David Dobkin on Innovation in Hollywood, David Dobkin

 

Il programma dettagliato e maggiori informazioni sono disponibili sul sito dell'evento:

https://sig.ipma.world/future-of-new/

 

ISCRIZIONI

IPMA Italy ha riservato 5 biglietti gratuiti ai propri soci e certificati con certificazione IPMA (D, C, B, A) in corso di validità.

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Confermeremo le prime cinque richieste che verranno accettate in ordine cronologico.

 

Il form di iscrizione è disponibile sul sito dell'evento: https://sig.ipma.world/future-of-new/ 

 

 

 

IPMA GeCCo 2020-2021: Global eCollaboration Competition. Le iscrizioni sono aperte

GeCCoIPMA Young Crew Italy ti invita a partecipare alla prossima edizione di GeCCo!

A 24 Hours Online Case Study Competition

 

Quest'anno la competizione si terrà nei giorni 6-7 marzo 2021

Partecipando all’IPMA GeCCo Global e-Collaboration Competition puoi mettere alla prova le tue conoscenze in project management e le tue doti multiculturali interagendo in una competition internazionale con altri partecipanti provenienti da diverse nazioni.

 

ISCRIZIONI E DEADLINE

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Dopo avere ricevuto conferma dal Local Organizer potrai inviare la tua candidatura compilando l' Application Form

Termine candidature: 5 febbraio 2021

Il termine per le iscrizioni è stato prorogato fino a lunedì 8 febbraio 2021.

 

REQUISITI PER PARTECIPARE

- Essere residente in uno dei Paesi partecipanti alla Competition GeCCo 2020-2021;

- Avere un’età compresa tra 18 e 35 anni;

- Avere una conoscenza teorica di base della disciplina project management. L’esperienza può essere un plus ma non è obbligatoria. È necessario conoscere i termini, le definizioni, i tools e le metodologie di project management;

- Una buona conoscenza della lingua inglese;

- Un pc e una connessione internet disponibili.

 

Visita il sito ufficiale: website

 

Scarica la BROCHURE

CERTIFICAZIONE IPMA DELTA: IL CASO DI SUCCESSO TERNA PLUS

Logo IMPAIl 30 novembre si è concluso il Delta Assessment di Terna Plus, società del Gruppo Terna, che ha ottenuto la certificazione delle competenze di project management della propria organizzazione nella categoria "Competence Class 3".

16 interviste condotte con più di 750 domande che hanno coinvolto tutta l'azienda nell'elaborazione del processo di assessment, conclusosi con successo.

IPMA Delta è l'Assessement che può certificare un'organizzazione per le sue competenze complessive in project management.

L'obiettivo è quello di accertare le performance dell'azienda nella disciplina del project management per proiettarle verso nuovi livelli di target attesi. 

Ci congratuliamo con il gruppo Terna Plus per il grande risultato conseguito.

Sotto è disponibile il Comunicato Stampa dell'azienda.

 

COMUNICATO STAMPA

 

IPMA DELTA

IPMA Delta® is based on IPMA Organisational Competence Baseline (IPMA OCB®) as well as on IPMA Individual Competence Baseline (IPMA ICB®) and IPMA Project Excellence Baseline® (IPMA PEB).

 

IPMA International - Communique for September 26th virtual Council of Delegates

The world has been locked down after last March. Life in many countries is coming to a standstill due to SARS-CoV-2, who generated the pandemic Covid-19.

 

What makes this pandemic different from other ones is that we did not want to recognize and investigate this known risk further. The risk was always there. And available in a global world where information (authentic and fake) is transmitted practically in real-time. Assimilating this information is not an easy task for many people, especially in uncertain times. Most governments around the world reacted late and even
badly, at least at the wrong time. We need a common strategy for these types of latent risks, a portfolio that defines priorities and programmes that align the projects necessary to address the challenges.

We cannot leave our politicians, our institutions, our companies, and other responsible groups alone. Now is the time when we must share even more benefits of our profession. A profession in which success is based on personal and social skills (people-focused), understanding of(perspective focused) and technical skills (practice focused). For this, we need a common strategy, more and better projects, programmes, and portfolios. And above all, we need more competent directors/managers of these projects, programmes, and portfolios.

At the International Project Management Association (IPMA), we, currently with 72 national Member Associations worldwide, are going to do it. We are the first network for the project management profession worldwide, active for more than 56 years. We represent a professional network that promotes excellence in projects, programmes, and portfolios, supporting individual, organisational, and project management competences. IPMA has global standards in place that define all of these.

All these competences are needed at this difficult time. A time where regional and local networks must collaborate more closely, addressing the specific challenges of the region or local environment minimising the crisis impact.

All of us today must be more disciplined and rigorous than ever. In our respective fields as professionals and individuals, we must protect others by protecting ourselves. It requires us to prioritise others above ourselves. We must stay together by contributing facts, not fictions, reality instead of falsehoods, and simply doing the right things. One day at a time.

It is time to show that we are what we say at IPMA: proud to be part of the IPMA Family, a family of professionals who build relationships for life, far beyond institutional relationships. Ready to tackle difficult challenges of the future.

The COVID-19 crisis will provoke both ideological and economic earthquakes: we are moving towards a new horizon. We need to begin to build just now, at this very moment, with the social, economic, and political measures taken to solve this global crisis in each country and region. Hiding out and thinking that „it will clear itself soon” or „that everything can be solved with individual responsibility and selfdiscipline only” may not be the right approach for many individuals. But now, even more than ever, programme and project management, and portfolio direction are more necessary to be implemented. Naturally, by competent project managers. A new global scenario and „a new world” is coming, and we cannot ignore it. We are here – 72 nations, to help in this process and to do it sustainably.

IPMA President Dr. Jesus Martinez Almela highlights that the most important thing at the moment is to take care of your and our physical and mental health. We at IPMA have had to adapt everything very quickly to the new situation: structure, operations, projects, regulations, events, certification, relationship with our Associations and key stakeholders with the same objective: to win this battle against COVID-19 and build the desired, common and sustainable tomorrow. We can only do this together. We will continue as IPMA to develop competent professionals, committed and used to sharing valuable insights for our common good. Just as we have done for more than half a century. And now even in a much more virtual world, addressing a new reality.

 

Jesus Martinez Almela, IPMA President
VIRTUAL IPMA COUNCIL OF DELEGATES MEETING, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2020

"HOW TO MANAGE THE GREAT RESET?" 2020 IPMA GLOBAL BEST PRACTICE WEEK

We are pleased to announce the IPMA GLOBAL BEST PRACTICE WEEK, that will take place from October 26 till October 31, 2020.

This virtual event focuses on the post-pandemic recovery period to build sustainable business practices.

Project Managers play a significant role in the great reset, as postulated by the World Economic Forum.

 

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EVENT'S PROGRAMME https://bpw.ipma.world/programme/

 

MAIN TOPICS

• Leadership, trust and empathy

• Agility and flexibility

• Change management 

• Coaching and mentoring

• Teamwork 

• Communication 

• Resourcefulness, imagination, inventiveness

• Self-management

• Diversity and inclusion 

• Conflict resolution

• Results orientation

• Strategic thinking and sustainability

• Adaptiveness taking lessons learned into account

 

REGISTRATION 

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Participation brings additional 20 CPD points to each participant, valid for the purpose of Certification renewal.

Special discount for IPMA members.

Ticket includes:

- Live access to all event’s streams

- Post-event recordings – valid for 3-months

- PDFs, PPTs and other materials available to download

- Digital Proof of Participation – after the event

- Access to all keynote and case presentations

- Free Participation in the Virtual Awards Ceremony

 

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CERTIFICAZIONE IPMA: DISPOSIZIONI ESAMI IN REMOTO PER EMERGENZA COVID-19

IPMA logoCari Soci, Certificati e amici IPMA Italy,

Vi informiamo che per far fronte a questo periodo di emergenza Covid-19, per poter garantire a tutti voi l'opportunità di intraprendere e proseguire il percorso di certificazione IPMA in Project/Programme/Portfolio Managament, abbiamo adottatto e autorizzato la possibilità di svolgimento delle prove scritte in modalità remota.

 

Vogliamo poter assicurare a tutti coloro che possano e vogliano acquisire un riconoscimento professionale a dimostrazione delle proprie competenze in project management, la possibilità di iscriversi e continuare il proprio percorso di crescita professionale senza interruzioni.

Conseguentemente alle disposizioni in essere per la situazione Covid-19 e alle criticità che siamo costretti ad affrontare in questo difficile momento, abbiamo redatto le regolamentazioni che verranno applicate fino a nuove disposizioni.

A seguito vi riportiamo le modalità d'esame autorizzate dal nostro Certification Body, in conformità alle regulation internazionali di IPMA International Project Management Association.

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CERTIFICAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE IPMA 4LC - ESAMI IN MODALITA' REMOTA

(Disposizioni transitorie valide nel periodo di emergenza Covid-19)

 

LIVELLO A*

ESAME SCRITTO: NA

REPORT: si mantiene la procedura standard riportata nel Manuale della certificazione IPMA Livello A

COLLOQUIO: seguirà la procedura standard e si svolgerà in modalità remota tramite piattaforma digitale MS Teams oppure altre piattaforme, preventivamente autorizzate da IPMA Italy.

 

LIVELLO B*

ESAME SCRITTO: la prova si potrà svolgere in modalità orale tramite piattaforma digitale MS Teams oppure altre piattaforme, preventivamente autorizzate da IPMA Italy.

Durata: 1,5 ore

La struttura della prova (tipologia e numero di domande) resta invariata.

REPORT: si mantiene la procedura standard riportata nel Manuale della certificazione IPMA Livello B

COLLOQUIO: seguirà la procedura standard e si svolgerà in remoto tramite le modalità sopra citate.

 

LIVELLO C

ESAME SCRITTO: la prova si potrà svolgere in modalità orale tramite piattaforma digitale MS Teams oppure altre piattaforme, preventivamente autorizzate da IPMA Italy.

Durata: 1 ora

La struttura della prova (tipologia e numero di domande) resta invariata.

REPORT: si mantiene la procedura standard riportata nel Manuale della certificazione IPMA Livello C

COLLOQUIO: seguirà la procedura standard e si svolgerà in remoto tramite le modalità sopra citate.

 

LIVELLO D

ESAME SCRITTO: la prova si potrà svolgere tramite apposito programma online.

La supervisione dell'esame sarà condotta da un membro del nostro Certification Body tramite piattaforma digitale MS Teams oppure altre piattaforme, preventivamente autorizzate da IPMA Italy.

La struttura (tipologia e numero di domande) e la durata della prova restano invariate.

 

N.B.

Per i livelli C e B l'ordine delle prove precedenti il Colloquio, laddove ritenuto necessario da IPMA Italy e previa autorizzazione, potrà subire variazioni. 

* Quanto indicato per i livelli A e B si riferisce a tutti i domini Project, Programme e Portfolio.

 

 

PROGRAMMA STUDENTI: CERTIFICAZIONE IPMA ITALY INTRODUCTORY LEVEL

L’esame scritto si potrà svolgere tramite apposito programma online. 

La supervisione dell'esame sarà condotta da un membro del nostro Certification Body tramite piattaforma digitale MS Teams oppure altre piattaforme, preventivamente autorizzate da IPMA Italy.

La struttura (tipologia e numero di domande) e la durata della prova restano invariate.

 

 

 

WEBINAR CERTIFICAZIONE IPMA IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT - 2 APRILE 2020

IPMA Italy vi invita giovedì 2 aprile 2020 alle ore 15:30 al Workshop della Certificazione IPMA, che si svolgerà tramite webinar. 

Ricordiamo che la partecipazione è gratuita previa registrazione attraverso il MODULO DI ISCRIZIONE

Una volta effettuata l'iscrizione riceverete via mail l'invito per la partecipazione online.

 

Temi webinar:

- Presentazione IPMA e Modello delle Competenze (IPMA ICB4 – Individual Competence Baseline);

- Presentazione del Modello di Certificazione internazionale in project management basato su 4 livelli (D,C,B,A);

- Descrizione dei requisiti di accesso ai diversi livelli di certificazione IPMA;

- Procedura, fasi d'esame e modalità di iscrizione;

- Il valore e il riconoscimento della Certificazione internazionale IPMA per le aziende e per i professionisti Project Manager.

 

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We Are All Going to Build the Future: a message from the IPMA President

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The world has been locked down for the last months in certain countries. In the last weeks, life in many countries is coming to a standstill due to an unexpected black swan – called SARS-CoV-2.

 

This is a virus from the coronavirus family causing the COVID-19 disease, now recognised as a pandemic. But is the virus really new? Or is it a black swan caused by the fact that experts and people in charge have not applied lessons learned from situations generated by other, recent outbreaks of similar viruses. Our brain, the human brain, tends to quickly forget unpleasant, chaotic and painful situations and circumstances as a response mechanism. And the response is usually forgetfulness, as well as a  lack of applying lessons learnt. Those who know me personally also know that my thirty-plus years of professional experience has been connected with the rural world and the agri-food sector. It is clear that most of the recent epidemics and pandemics have been generated here.

What makes this pandemic different from other ones? It must be because we did not want to recognize and investigate this known risk further. The risk was always there. And available in a global world where information (true and fake) is transmitted practically in real-time. Assimilating this information is not an easy task for many people, especially in uncertain times. The lessons learned applied from the last “flu-like” epidemics, not to mention other epidemics, were only a few. Most governments around the world reacted late and even badly, at least at the wrong time. For these types of latent risks, we need a common strategy, a portfolio that defines priorities and programmes that align the projects necessary to address the challenges. This was not done. See the LINK with Bill Gates talking about the pandemic  (TED Talk).

 

In past weeks, an enormous amount of information has been written, published and shared in all kinds of media. News about the polyhedral form of the virus, its origins, history, trends, impact and what it will generate. A positive aspect of all of this is that this arouses curiosity and many people want more and better knowledge about the pandemic and how it is (and will in the future) impact our societies. Without any doubt, the world we thought we knew a couple of days ago will not necessarily be different – when the curve flattens and we all return to “relative” normality.

It is inevitable nowadays to read and hear statements such as: “We are facing a war without conventional weapons”. But this is a war in which battles are fought on different fronts. And by different actors. At this time they are the dedicated doctors, nurses people from other emergency services and the security forces that ensure the basic needs of the local population. They are the actors who simply sacrifice themselves the most, so the rest of the citizens (many of them confined in their houses voluntarily and/or obligatory) can support the front against the enemy – COVID-19.

 

But the rest of us cannot sit still. Especially those who must continue working in their fields, and for sure those remotely working from their homes. More than ever we need to understand the importance of transcending projects, programmes and portfolios and the competences needed for these. The time will come for further reflection about the lessons not learned this time. Now is the time for solidarity and teamwork.

We cannot leave our politicians, our institutions, our companies and other responsible groups alone. Now is the time when we must evangelize more than ever about the advantages of our profession. A profession whose success is based on personal and social skills (people-focused), context understanding (perspective focused) and technical skills (practice focused). For this, we need a common strategy, more and better projects, programmes and portfolios. And above all, we need more competent directors/managers of these projects, programmes and portfolios.

 

We, at the International Project Management Association (IPMA), currently with 73 national Member Associations worldwide, are going to do it. We are the oldest network for the project management profession worldwide, being active for more than 55 years. We represent a professional network that promotes excellence in projects, programmes and portfolios, supporting the development of individual, organisational and project management competences. IPMA has global standards in place that define all of these.

All these competences are needed at this difficult time. A time where regional and local networks must collaborate more closely, addressing the specific challenges of the region or local environment. Minimising the impact of the crisis.

All of us today must be more disciplined and rigorous than ever. In our respective fields as professionals and individuals, we must protect others by protecting ourselves. This asks us to prioritise others above ourselves and is a completely new “state of war” that we must win together by contributing facts, not fiction, reality instead of falsehoods and simply by doing the right things. One day at a time.

It is time to show that we are what we say at IPMA: proud to be part of the IPMA Family, a family of professionals who build relationships for life, far beyond institutional relationships. Ready to tackle difficult challenges of the future.
The COVID-19 crisis will provoke both ideological and economic earthquakes: we are moving towards a new horizon. We need to begin to build just now, at this very moment, with the social, economic and political measures taken to solve this global crisis in each country and region. Hiding out and thinking that “it will clear itself soon” or “that everything can be solved with individual responsibility and self-discipline only” may not be the right approach for many individuals. But now, even more than ever, programme and project management, and portfolio direction are more necessary to be implemented. Naturally, by competent project managers. A new global scenario and “a new world” is coming, and we cannot ignore it. We are here – 73 nations, to help in this process and to do it in a sustainable manner.

  

The IPMA Executive Board is working on different scenarios to contribute to mentioned challenges:

  > We have started with activities aimed at digitalizing the requirements of the different professional certification schemes. We’ll be sharing more information about it in the forthcoming days and weeks.
  > We have extended deadlines for applications to the global Project Excellence and Individual Awards, validations etc.
  > We will proceed with our online activities and also increase the level and content of our communication.
  > We have cancelled the events that were planned in March up to June. We will be updating our programme of national, regional and global events soon.


The most important thing at the moment is to take care of your and our physical and mental health. With the same objective: to win this battle against COVID-19 and build the desired, common future. We can only do this together. We will continue as IPMA to focus on developing competent professionals, committed and used to sharing valuable insights for our common good. Just as we have done for more than half a century now.

 

In the next few days, we’ll be informing you about a series of webinars that we are planning to organise. We will also share some additional information with respect to the cancelled the Kathmandu CoD a few weeks ago.
I am convinced that together we will help to build a better and more sustainable and common future. Right now I kindly ask you all to stay at home, protect yourselves and your loved ones. For those who have no other option, please take all the necessary precautions advised.

 

Warmest regards

Jesus Martinez Almela, IPMA President

GeCCo Global eCollaboration Competition 19/20 - ci siamo!

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Il 14 Marzo 2020 IPMA Young Crew dà il via all’ottava edizione della Competition più amata dai giovani Project Manager.

Young Crew Italy ha selezionato tra studenti e giovani professionisti ben 11 partecipanti che, insieme a quelli di oltre 20 altri paesi, si sfideranno nella risoluzione di un case study in cui la parola d’ordine è Team-working! 

Ora più che mai noi andiamo avanti. 

Grazie alle modalità di smart working, concezione lavorativa che sta alle base di GeCCo, garantiremo il regolare svolgimento della competizione dalle ore 12:00 di sabato 14 marzo alle ore 14:00 di domenica 15 marzo 2020.

IPMA Young Crew è orgogliosa di poter offrire quest'opportunità, soprattutto in un momento come questo, riunendo giovani di diversi paesi e coinvolgendoli in un contensto multiculturale in cui possono mettere alla prova le proprie skills.

 

Tramite i nostri canali social Facebook e LinkedIn vi aggiorneremo in real-time sulla competizione.

Auguriamo un grosso in bocca al lupo ai nostri team in attesa di sapere chi saranno i vincitori!

 

Participate to the IPMA Global Project Excellence Award 2020

AwardWHAT TO DO

Do not miss the application submission date, download the Application Form from the IPMA Awards website 

and send your Application Form before the deadline indicated below.

 

 LARGE- AND MEGA-SIZED PROJECTS

Application Deadline: Mach 22, 2020

More info: website - Time Schedule 2020

 

Due to the Coronavirus emergency the deadlines for the catagory "Large and Mega Sized Projects" have been postponed.

Application Deadline: May 8, 2020

More info: LINK

 

 

SMALL- AND MEDIUM-SIZED PROJECTS

Application Deadline: May 11, 2020 

More info: website - Time Schedule 2020 

 

 

IPMA GLOBAL PROJECT EXELLENCE AWARDS

Every year IPMA organises an international competition for projects and programmes presenting awards to teams that display and can prove great achievements in project and programme management. 

Guideline for the assessment is the IPMA Project Excellence Model® (IPMA PEM), described in the IPMA Project Excellence Baseline®.

By rewarding teams that prove their success in the three IPMA PEM areas, IPMA recognises and acknowledges excellent and innovative projects.

 

 

BENEFITS

Benefits of entering the IPMA Global Project Excellence Awards:

- The Feedback Report containing project management strengths and areas of improvement of your project, identified by the international assessment team;

- Become part of the project excellence community;

- Promote your organisation internationally;

- Celebrate your team and organisations’ achievements.

 

More info: https://www.ipma.world/projects/project-excellence-awards/

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CHIUSURA UFFICI PER DISPOSIZIONI COVID-19

A seguito delle disposizioni previste dal Decreto della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri dell'8 marzo 2020 comunichiamo che gli uffici sono chiusi dal 9.3.2020 fino a data da destinarsi.

Nel frattempo potete contattarci e scriverci agli indirizzi in calce, restiamo a vostra disposizone per qualsiasi richiesta e informazione.

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GeCCo Global eCollaboration Competition 2019-2020: le iscrizioni sono aperte

GeCCo 2019 20GeCCo 2019-2020 ..A 24 Hours Online Case Study Competition!

Ti piacerebbe far parte di un team internazionale e risolvere un case study interattivo della durata di 24 ore?

Partecipando all’IPMA GeCCo Global e-Collaboration Competition puoi mettere alla prova le tue conoscenze in project management e le tue doti multiculturali interagendo in una competition internazionale con altri partecipanti provenienti da diverse nazioni.

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La competizione si terrà nei giorni 14-15 marzo 2020

 

 

ISCRIZIONI E DEADLINE

Per iscriverti puoi contattare il Local Organizer per l'Italia, Andrea Lai, all'indirizzo email Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.

Dopo avere ricevuto conferma dal Local Organizer potrai inviare la tua candidatura accedendo all'Application Form disponibile al seguente link: https://www.become.pm/gecco/registration/individual-participants/

Termine ultimo per candidarsi: 15 febbraio 2020

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REQUISITI PER PARTECIPARE

- Essere residente in uno dei Paesi partecipanti alla Competition GeCCo 2019-2020;

- Avere un’età compresa tra 18 e 35 anni;

- Avere una conoscenza teorica di base della disciplina project management. L’esperienza può essere un plus ma non è obbligatoria. È necessario conoscere i termini, le definizioni, i tools e le metodologie di project management;

- Una buona conoscenza della lingua inglese;

- Un pc e una connessione internet disponibili.