If a person working on your hair and nails as a cosmetologist needs a license, why aren't PMs that manage $M of resource and materials required to do the same? One of our goals when writing articles is to create awareness about the thinking within the global project management community.
A truck driver needs to demonstrate prowess at road handling and perhaps hazardous materials handling if they are hauling chemicals or the like. An engineer needs to have the necessary qualifications to design buildings so that they are structurally stable. A cosmetologist can give you a bad haircut (something Jeff doesn’t have to worry about), but if they don’t manicure your nails correctly, you can develop an infection.In these examples, the professionals described are legally accountable and defensible. Standards requirements would ensure a minimum level of competency based on education, experience, knowledge and demonstrated proficiency. Training requirements could generate business opportunities for training companies, therefore creating jobs.
Crossover of various industries as a PM is not identified with any one industry (however, keep in mind that CPAs, for example, aren’t specific to any industry either). Help us better understand the trends and major practices related to technology use in STEM education. For assistance in formulating a business or marketing strategy, developing a project plan, integrating sustainable business practices and PV-related products and services to your business or a proposed solution for a client. Personal Development Plan Example Project ManagerPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN EXAMPLE PROJECT MANAGEROne and development be part . Based on characters created by master storyteller Eve Celestial (an advancing secondary Midwayer) and co-creator Dennis Human, "Future's Beginning"is a professionally produced mystical science fiction tale of the convergence of three elements of the universe a€“ time travel, imagination, and destiny. What makes this DVD audiobook truly unique is that the storyline and time-line intersect and arc in such a way as to allow for a different storytelling and listening experience each and every time.

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Eve (Jennifer Grimm) who is both the beginning and the end as she transcends the dimensions of time and space and represents the future beyond that which we have come to label as reality. General Captain Mann (Casey Moo) is the mysterious Savingor and Keeper of Knowledge and represents the futurea€™s past. Feela€¦listena€¦ and experience this interactive professionally produced cosmic journey as you become drawn in with different story interpretations. One subject in particular that we have been considering for a while (since July 2010) is the case and discussion in the community for being ‘professionally licensed’ as a project manager. By ‘formal’ we are referring to a Government or Chartered Body recognised standard, although we are well aware that some companies have made provision for excellent internal project management training and minimum standards for seniority in project management, reflecting the scope difficulty of work that can be performed by their practitioners.
Although the PM’s circumstances are different, we wonder about the impact on people that manage $M of resources, equipment and materials if they were required to demonstrate and have a license. Variations in power and responsibilities of PMs across all industries would have to be standardised. Were that the case, multiple licenses might be required for some PMs that work across various borders.
As an example of project management in the wider community, some PM’s are registered engineers (chartered civil engineers, for example) and perform project management tasks as part of their work.
We know that some organisations are considering such measures.In conclusion, we believe that the ‘LPM’ (Licensed Project Manager) or ‘CPM’ (Chartered Project Manager) could be a worthwhile path for the project management profession to follow, assuming the issuing entity is agreed upon and standardised. He has worked for both Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla and along the way becomes involved with the governmenta€™s secret World War Two project a€?The Philadelphia Experimenta€™ dealing with time travel.

Others are officially recognised within their organisations as senior PMs by virtue of their internal training and qualifications.There are numerous project management credentials and certifications available. In doing so, project managers would be given both a professional ‘identity’ and the recognition enjoyed by many other professions (examples of which we have stated above).
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One scenario in which this is significant is a company training or personal development program that may require PM’s to obtain one or more certifications or credentials at a mandated interval. As with all change, there are positives and risks to consider, but the benefits may outweigh the negatives.
We would welcome people’s thoughts on this subject.Gareth Byatt, Gary Hamilton, and Jeff Hodgkinson are experienced PMO, program, and project managers who developed a mutual friendship by realising they shared a common passion to help others and share knowledge about PMO, portfolio, program and project management.
This means that roughly 95 per cent are performing or practicing project management type work without some form of globally or regionally recognised credential or certification (although this in no way suggests they do not have the required skills, experience or the right level of internal training in project management to get the job done). As a generic comparison of licensing, in the USA alone, there are 260 million licensed drivers and, although we could not find the data, we can assume there are several hundred million licensed drivers worldwide.Numerous professions require ‘licensing’ that is issued by government or representative authority (a chartered body, for example), and the person practicing that profession is (de facto) assumed to have the relevant training and experience by virtue of having obtained that license and then gaining experience as they grow their careers. In fact, in most if not all parts of the world, contractors, electricians, plumbers and others that a PM may be managing are required to licensed, while the PM is not required to hold any license.

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