New book: Competence profiles, Certification levels and Functions in the Project management and Project support field.

Together with Jan Willem Donselaar and Bert Hedeman, we wrote the book:

Competence profiles, Certification levels and Functions in the Project management and Project support field.

This professional field continuously broadens and becomes profounder. Therefore, IPMA has extended its attention from project management to program management, portfolio management and project support (PMO).

This has made manifest the need for a reference model in which the various functions and corresponding competences and the relations between them are presented.

Not only for HR managers, but also for project and program managers and PMO heads. In the first edition of this book, attention was given to the regular functions in the project management field, as they are applied in the IPMA 4-level system.

With the publication of this second edition, the wish has been realized to make a complete function building for the project management field available. The second edition of this book does justice to PMO professionals’ needs for recognition and appreciation of their added value for projects, programs and portfolios.

  • This is a publication of IPMA-NL. Offers a complete function building for the project management field.
  • Explains a reference model in which the various functions and corresponding competences and the relations between them are presented.
  • Based on the IPMA 4-level system

to order, please visit: Competence profiles, Certification levels and Functions in the Project management and Project support field

I am looking forward to your reactions. For Dutch readers a Dutch translation will be published next month.

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2 responses to “New book: Competence profiles, Certification levels and Functions in the Project management and Project support field.

  1. Pingback: Nieuw boek: Competentieprofielen, certificeringniveaus en functies bij Projectmanagement en PMO « Henny Portman’s Blog

  2. Pingback: Book review: The PMO as a pop-up shop « Henny Portman's Blog

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