QUESTIONS ON PMI’s STRATEGY AND FUTURE
David Pells, a respected protagonist of project management and Fellow of the Project Management Institute (PMI), has published an open letter to the PMI Board of Directors that addresses many salient topics. He raises many questions through a reasoned and thoughtful personal view of the present state of the PMI.
David Pells has tried hard for a decade to promote the globalization of project management. He was prominent in organising the first Global PM Forum in New Orleans in 1995. Here are his comments on the topic The Global PM Forum -An Opportunity Lost by PMI
BUILT ENVIRONMENT PROFESSIONS BILL
The new profession of project and construction management
A giant stride backwards?
PROJECT PARTNERING DESTRUCTIVE CONFLICT AVOIDANCE
By Prof AC Hauptfleisch and Mr J Reed
Project partnering can significantly contribute towards reducing the possibility of disputes erupting into destructive and costly conflict.
USE A BENCHMARK TO STAND UP AND BE NOTICES
Fanie Buys, MSc Qs (UPE) RQS MAQS
Senior Lecturer, Department of Quantity Surveying, University of Port Elizabeth
Benchmarking is comparing your company’s performance against others and then using lessons from the best organisations to make improvements. A benchmark is a measured "best-in-class" achievement recognized as the standard of excellence for that business process.
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