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Project Management Career Ladders: Building Member Value John Roecker, EdD Career Framework Manager Project Management Institute Agenda About PMI Why? PMI’s Answer Close 72% 61% 9% 9% 15% 27% 4% 3% Membership PMPs ® Project Management Institute (PMI ® )

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project management career ladders building member value

Project Management Career Ladders:Building Member Value

John Roecker, EdD

Career Framework Manager

Project Management Institute

agenda
Agenda
  • About PMI
  • Why?
  • PMI’s Answer
  • Close
project management institute pmi

72%

61%

9%

9%

15%

27%

4%

3%

Membership

PMPs®

Project Management Institute (PMI®)
  • > 218,000 members in > 150 countries
  • > 182,000 PMP®s
  • 31 Specific Interest Groups
  • 249 chapters
  • Certification process - ISO 9001 certified
  • Standard development process ANSI approved
pmi office locations

Washington DC

US Government Relations Office

EMEA

Service Center

Brussels

Representative Office

Beijing

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

Global Operations

Singapore

Asia/Pacific Service Center

PMI Office Locations
why members join leave

MAGs

Standard dev teams

Chapter/SIG member

Chapter/SIG Leaders

Why Members Join/Leave

Join?

  • Professional recognition
  • Access to PMI information & knowledge
  • For discounted PMP® fee
  • To advance the profession
  • To volunteer in PMI activities

Leave?

  • Value of membership not worth cost
  • Lack of time to participate in PMI programs
  • Employer does not pay for membership
growth potential acceptance of pm
Has the importance of project management for your organization increased over recent year?

Do you believe that greater/less use of project management will become necessary in your organization in the future

70% said a lot

87% More/a lot more

Growth Potential/Acceptance of PM

2003 Project Management World Study, University of Bremen, PMI, and others

who is the project manager
Who is the Project Manager?

Employee from Functional Area – 49 %

Trained, Certified Project Manager – 26%

Half of those managing projects are not“career” project management practitioners.

PMI Executive Survey-2004

in summary
In Summary
  • Significant turnover in our membership
  • Chapter/SIG leadership may turnover annually
  • Members believe value of membership is not worth the cost of membership

However . . .

  • Executives believe project management is more important to their organizations and
  • project management will become more necessary
pmi s answer
PMI’s Answer
  • Significant turnover in our membership
  • Chapter/SIG leadership may turnover annually
  • Members believe value of membership is not worth the cost of membership

However . . .

  • Executives believe project management is more important to their organizations and
  • project management will become more necessary

Create a Leadership Development Program to develop PMI leaders

Create a Career Management Program to guide members through their project management career and to track their progress – lifelong

project management career path member view

Project Manager III

Project Manager II

Project Management Career Path:Member View

Project Manager I

ASSESS

REVIEW

DEVELOP

EXPER

Project Manager I: Under direct supervision of a more senior Project Manager, a Portfolio Manager, or a Program Manager, oversees a . .

Execute project plan : The ability to execute the tasks as defined in . . Manage changes to project scope: The ability to manage changes to the project scope, project schedule, and . .

Etc.

Team size: 5 people

Project value: < $250K

Experience: < 5 years

Degree: Bachelors of Science

Credentials: PMP®

pmi s actions
PMI’s Actions
  • Identify skills
  • Map skills to jobs
  • Create skill assessments
  • Identify/develop skill development activities
  • Create on-line system to manage process
pmi leadership development program
PMI Leadership Development Program

Leadership Development Program

PMI Institutional Knowledge Skills

Association Governance Skills

Leadership Skills

(42 Skills)

New Leader

Strategic Leader

Learning Learner

Experienced Leader

project management career path
Project Management Career Path

Career Management Program

Project/Program Management Skills

Interpersonal Skills

Leadership Skills

(94 Skills)

Project Manager I

Project Manager II

Program Manager

Project Manager III

project management career path skill identification process

Identify

  • Tasks
  • Knowledge
  • Skills

Global Draft

  • Validate
  • Importance
  • Criticality
  • Frequency

4 Regional Panels

1 Global Panel

Survey

Develop Products

38 Panelists

from

24 Countries

8 Panelists

from

7 Countries

1636 Respondents

from

78 Countries

Project

Manager

31 Panelists

from

19 Countries

7 Panelists

from

6 Countries

2160 Respondents

from

79 Countries

Program

Manager

Project Management Career Path:Skill Identification Process
project management competencies

Professional Competencies

Interpersonal Competencies

Leadership Competencies

Project Management Competencies
relationship between programs

PMI Institutional Knowledge Skills

Association Governance Skills

Leadership Skills

Project/ProgramManagement SkillsInterpersonal SkillsLeadership Skills

Relationship Between Programs?

Leadership DevelopmentProgram

Career ManagementProgram

(42 Skills)

(94 Skills)

New Leader

Strategic Leader

Learning Learner

Project Manager I

Program Manager

Project Manager II

Project Manager III

Experienced Leader

status

Assessment

PMI® BKA

Leadership

Development

Internet Based System

Knowledge/Skill Development

PMI®/Component/R.E.P.Courses

PMI® Knowledge & WisdomCenter articles

PMI® Bookstore.org

etc.

Information KitProject/ProgramManagement SkillsAssociation Governance SkillsLeadership Skills

Interpersonal SkillsLeadership Skills

Leadership Skills

Project Specialist

Project Manager I

Portfolio Manager

Program Manager

Project Manager II

Project Manager III

Chief Project Officer

Now + Future

Future

Now

Future

Status?
on line system implementation
On-line System Implementation
  • Current plans:
  • Complete Leadership Development System – 2nd Qtr 2006
  • Complete Business Case for Career Management System – 2nd Qtr 2006
  • Determine Feasibility of PMI Staff Development System – 4th Qtr 2007

PMI StaffDevelopmentSystem(PMI Staff Domain)

LeadershipDevelopmentSystem(Leadership Development Domain)

CareerManagementSystem(Career Framework Domain)

Skills (TBD)

PMI Institutional Knowledge SkillsAssociation Governance SkillsLeadership Skills

Project/ProgramManagement SkillsAssociation Governance SkillsLeadership Skills

Association Governance SkillsLeadership Skills

Interpersonal SkillsLeadership Skills

Leadership Skills

Leadership Skills

(42 Skills)

(94 Skills)

New Leader

Strategic Leader

Learning Learner

Project Manager I

Program Manager

Project Manager II

Project Manager III

Experienced Leader

on line system prototype
On-line System Prototype

Skills identified for:Project managementProgram management

InterpersonalLeadership

on line system prototype continued
On-line System Prototype – Continued

Jobs completed:

Project Manager IProject Manager II

Project Manager IIIProgram Manager

on line system prototype continued21
On-line System Prototype – Continued

DavePM is evaluating his progress in acquiring the skills required for the job ofProject Manager I

on line system prototype continued22
On-line System Prototype – Continued

DavePM is investigating learning activities that develop the “Execute project plan” skill.