Projects In Uncontrolled Environments

Peter Marlow, PM4NGOs Board Members, discusses at this PM Today article the unique challenges of managing projects in the humanitarian and development sectors and how a training and certification scheme called Project DPro that’s celebrating its 10th anniversary this year is making a big difference.

He explains why it’s needed, how it’s put into practice, and how you can help.

“Operations keep the lights on, strategy provides a light at the end of the tunnel, but project management is the train engine that moves the organization forward.” – Joy Gumz

Read the full article at PM Today website

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Comments

@peepso_user_452(Emanuele (Manny) Militello)
A great summary of Project Pro @peepso_user_14(Peter), I have shared it with my colleagues as it is a good introduction to the updated methodology! It would be interesting to have a similar article for Program DPro, as I have been trying to find a straightforward way to communicate what it is and why our staff would find it useful.
1 year ago
@peepso_user_14(Peter Marlow)
Thanks Manny. I'll write a similar overview for Program DPro.
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