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Project Challenge April 2010 Liz Wilson. Structure. Context for the Profession: Maturity model for profession Demand & supply Economic and poitical environment APM’s 5 dimensions of professionalism APM Professional Standard Building on success Summary & Discussion.

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project challenge april 2010 liz wilson
Project Challenge

April 2010

Liz Wilson

structure
Structure
  • Context for the Profession:
    • Maturity model for profession
    • Demand & supply
    • Economic and poitical environment
  • APM’s 5 dimensions of professionalism
  • APM Professional Standard
  • Building on success
  • Summary & Discussion.
profession maturity model

Regulated by law for benefit of the public

Profession Maturity Model

Nine tests of public obligation for a profession are satisfied

Statutory

Industry field governed by framework of professional institutions

Public

Defined qualification regime

Governed

Recognition as a community

Qualified

Organised

Source: Profession Maturity Model, reported in the Study of Established Professions to

validate the IT Professionalism Model, British Computer Society, 2006

context demand
Context: demand
  • Accelerating pace of change
  • Larger and longer lasting projects
  • Greater focus on improving governance
  • More discriminating and demanding users
  • Recognition that effective project and programme management needs its own distinctive set of professional skills.
context supply
Context: supply
  • Increasingly positive perception of project and programme management:
    • APM research evidence of “profession of first choice”
  • High profile communities of practice:
    • In-house Project Management Academies
  • Higher student numbers within higher education.
economic and political environment

Universal acknowledgement of need for increased professionalism

Economic and political environment
  • UK /Global recession
  • Impact of election
  • Inevitable impact on many sectors served by the profession
  • Profession includes sectors bucking the trend:
    • Utilities, energy, infrastructure …
  • Recession puts a premium on effective project management.
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Structure
  • Context for the Profession:
    • Maturity model for profession
    • Demand & supply
    • Economic and political
  • APM’s 5 dimensions of professionalism
  • APM Professional Standard
  • Building on success
  • Summary & Discussion.
competence framework

Depth

Competence Framework
  • Promotes agreed professional standards
  • Creates common approach and shared language.
continuing professional development

Commitment

Continuing Professional Development
  • APM knowledge resources:
    • APM Branch & Chapter events
    • APM Specific Interest Group events
    • International Journal of Project Management
    • APM Guides ….
career long qualifications

Achievement

Professional capability

Experience

Knowledge

Competence

Career-longqualifications

Certificated

Practitioner

APMP

Introductory

code of conduct

Accountability

Code of Conduct
  • Underpins concept of Project Professional:
    • Voluntary regulation
    • Delivers public benefit.
apm professional standard
APM Professional Standard

For professionals who :

.....will demonstrate the capabilities of a responsible leader, have the ability to manage a complex project and the ability to use appropriate tools, processes and techniques ”

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APM professional standard

Level 4 Knowledge = Has an understanding of how the competence element could be practised within a single project

Level 6 Knowledge = Has a good understanding of how the competence element could be practised within a complex project and can evaluate and adapt as required

Level 6 Experience = Has managed others practising the competence element in a complex project

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Structure
  • Context for the Profession:
    • Maturity model for profession
    • Demand & supply
    • Economic and political environment
  • APM’s 5 dimensions of professionalism
  • APM Professional Standard
  • Building on success
  • Summary & Discussion.
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Corporate Forum

Conference

Annual Awards

Student weekend

SIGs

Branches

21 October 2010

Chapters

1,000 + events over 4 years

Approx 500 corporate members

ca. 90% retention rate

No sector accounts for > 14% of membership

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“There is only one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come.”

Victor Hugo

Structure
  • Context for the Profession:
    • Maturity model for profession
    • Demand & supply
    • Economic and political environment
  • APM’s 5 dimensions of professionalism
  • APM Professional standard
  • Building on success
  • Summary & Discussion.