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This book contains the complete learning scope for the certification to IPMA® Level D, as well as the scope for obtaining the Basic Certificate. It offers numerous examples and templates for project management methods and practical tips. It also aims to show that professionally executed project management can actually be enjoyable and is probably one of the most versatile and exciting professions imaginable. The IPMA® (International Project Management Association) defines standards for professional project management worldwide. With its five-level model, it provides the certification framework for project managers, with a strong focus on its transfer into the daily routine of project management. The approach does not limit itself to procedures and process models but covers all competencies important for project management. Contents: - Defining the terms, standards and types of projects - Corporate culture and values in projects - Personal and social skills for project managers - Methodical-technical know-how for projects: initialization, planning, requirements and goals, control, completion
Karen DittmannKaren Dittmann is an entrepreneur, project management consultant, and PM trainer. Diverse as her background originating from the German "capital of automotive industry", Stuttgart, with a scientific background, and 10 years of experience in IT project management she thinks of herself as a project manager who builds bridges between different worlds. People are the connecting element for her.Konstantin DirbanisKonstantin Dirbanis is a freelance consultant, trainer, and coach for project management. He gathered his experience within 21 years in the banking sector, and five years in automotive, as well as further industries such as pharmaceuticals and aviation. He started off with classical project management which has been enhanced and supplemented by agile project management for 7 years. He is a valued PM expert and accompanies companies of different sizes in all aspects of project management, regardless of their industry. He sees himself as a pioneer and puts people in the center of attention. In his free time he likes to pursue philosophical questions.Tinka MeierTinka Meier is a freelance trainer, consultant and coach for project management and intercultural communication. Against the background of her international project management experience of 20 years in logistics/IT, organization management, event management, public administration, and automotive, she consults and accompanies project managers and executives on their way to project success. Her focus is on practical relevance and the development of individual competence. In her private life, she loves to travel the world dancing or cultivating her garden.
Table of contents
Competence Area: Perspective
CE Culture and Values (4.3.5) Competence Area: People
CE Results Orientation (4.4.10) Competence Area: Practice
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