World Project Managemement Leaders to convene in Dublin

World Project Managemement Leaders to convene in Dublin

IPMA® Executive board

The project management thought leaders from 57 countries will gather in Dublin on March 28, 2015 to attend the Council of Delegates meeting of the IPMA® (International Project Management Association).

As a small country, we must use these international networks in a strategic way to help us achieve our future targets. There are benefits to be derived from having a strong inward flow of international expertise in project management and from being well connected internationally.

The council meeting determines the policies and the strategies for the organisation, provides an opportunity for delegates from all countries to exchange ideas on today’s project challenges and emerging trends, to enjoy networking and to sample the culture of the host country.

Our international linkages are important for all aspects of project management. It is essential that companies in both the manufacturing and services sectors have access to leading-edge project management research, training and certification solutions wherever these may be located in the world.

This connectivity also helps Ireland to respond strategically to developments at European level in relation to issues such as potential European Project Management Certification. A range of initiatives to encourage a coordinated approach to certification in Europe are currently being launched as EU member states aim to strengthen further the profile of project management and use it to help achieve economic and societal objectives.

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