Are you qualified to work with complex initiatives? Does your certification reflect that fact? If you are a manager or project sponsor, how do you decide who to assign to your most-complex initiatives? Is it a function of “who’s available,” or do you make a savvy selection, based on assessment of experience?
If you can answer these questions with a YES, then you should participate in this FREE webinar, and share your experience. If not, you should participate, and see how you can earn your YES.
The IPMA-USA webinar: Leveling the Field -- Certification and Complexity
with Bill Duncan IPMA-USA Director of Certification
Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016 3:00 PM EDT
In this webinar, we’ll present a brief overview of IPMA’s four level certification system and discuss the use of the assessment tools for certification, talent development and job assignments. We’ll also rate several sample projects to illustrate how the tool works.
REGISTER HERE: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6402366421873444098
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1. The difference between entry-level and advanced certifications;
2. Role-specific certification vs. generic certification;
3. The IPMA 4-L-C System;
4. Complex vs. complicated;
5. Management complexity vs. technical complexity; and
6. How to rate your projects, programs, and portfolios.
AUDIENCE--This Dialogue Series Webinar is for:
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
William R. Duncan is the President of Project Management Partners of Lowell, MA USA. He has over forty years of management and consulting experience and has helped clients in North America, the Middle East, Asia, Latin America, and Europe improve both organizational and individual competence in project management. He was the primary author of the original (1996) version of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, and 20 years later, remains a key Thought Leader for Project and Program Managers everywhere.
IPMA-USA is the USA member association of the International Project Management Association. Originally formed, and legally still asapm, we are a not-for-profit organization, staffed and supported by volunteers dedicated to improving Performance Competence in Project and Program Management. See our past newsletters at our website.
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