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  • Status quo des 'Memorandum of Understanding' zwischen APMG und IPMA

    Mag. Brigitte Schaden, IPMA Chairman

    pma Vorstandsvorsitzende

    Köln, 26. April 2012

  • • IPMA

    • Komplexität in Projekten - Zertifizierungslevel

    • Vergleichbarkeit von Standards

    • Memorandum of Understanding APMG-IPMA

    • Ergebnisse und aktueller Status

    • Mapping von assessment Methoden

  • Information: IPMA

  • ExBo 2011/2012

  • IPMA Growth 1997-2010 (members)

    0

    10000

    20000

    30000

    40000

    50000

    60000

    1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

    1185513305 16251

    18358 22032 23553

    26780 29942 30290

    32769

    38187 40785

    53338 53655

  • IPMA‘s World Africa

    •Egypt •Marocco

    •South Africa •Zambia

  • IPMA‘s World

    Asia •Azerbaijan

    •China •India •Iran

    •Kazakhstan •Nepal

    •Taiwan

  • IPMA‘s World

    Australia

  • IPMA‘s World

    Europe •Austria

    •Bosnia Herzegovina

    •Bulgaria •Croatia •Cyprus

    •Czech Republic •Denmark •Finland

    •France (AFITEP) •France (SMAP)

    •Germany •Greece •Hungary •Iceland •Ireland

    Europe •Italy

    •Kosovo •Latvia

    •Lithuania •Netherlands

    •Norway •Poland

    •Portugal •Romania •Russia •Serbia

    •Slovakia •Slovenia

    •Spain •Sweden

    •Switzerland •Turkey

    •United Kingdom •Ukraine

  • IPMA‘s World

    North America •Canada •Mexico

    •United States

  • IPMA‘s World

    South America •Brazil •Chile

    •Costa Rica •Guatemala

    •Panama •Peru

  • IPMA 4 Level Certification

  • Warum brauchen wir Standards ?

  • ISO_PC 236 Group photo at Paris plenary at AFNOR office January 2012 - (photo courtesy Jouko Vaskimo (JV7N0178))

  • The ICB 3

  • 1.01 Project management success

    2.01 Leadership 3.01 Project orientation

    1.02 Interested parties

    2.02 Engagement & motivation 3.02 Programme orientation

    1.03 Project requirements & objectives

    2.03 Self-control 3.03 Portfolio orientation

    1.04 Risk & opportunity 2.04 Assertiveness 3.04 Project, programme & portfolio implementation

    1.05 Quality 2.05 Relaxation 3.05 Permanent organisation

    1.06 Project organisation 2.06 Openness 3.06 Business

    1.07 Teamwork 2.07 Creativity 3.07 Systems, products & technology

    1.08 Problem resolution 2.08 Results orientation 3.08 Personnel management

    1.09 Project structures 2.09 Efficiency 3.09 Health, security, safety & environment

    1.10 Scope & deliverables 2.10 Consultation 3.10 Finance

    1.11 Time & project phases 2.11 Negotiation 3.11 Legal

    1.12 Resources 2.12 Conflict & crisis

    1.13 Cost & finance 2.13 Reliability

    1.14 Procurement & contract 2.14 Values appreciation

    1.15 Changes 2.15 Ethics

    1.16 Control & reports

    1.17 Information & documentation

    1.18 Communication

    1.19 Start-up

    1.20 Close-out

    The eye of competence

  • The purpose of the GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR

    PROJECT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

    initiative is to develop agreed frameworks as a

    basis for review, development, and recognition

    of local standards that will facilitate mutual

    recognition and transferability of project management qualifications.

  • Mappings to Other Standards

    As part of our work in the GAPPS to promote

    transportability & mutual recognition, we mapped

    various global standards to the GAPPS standards.

    Based on the GAPPS standard this mapping

    exercise is done to show which core and common set of topics the various standards have.

  • Diversity of Standards for Project Management

    ICB 3.0

    PMBOK

    OPM 3

    IPMA-Delta

    PM-Kanon

    P2M

    V-Modell XT PRINCE 2

    DIN 69900 / 69901

    ISO 10.006

    HOAI VOB/FIDIC

    Scrum

    project excellence

    CMMI

    SPICE

    special Standards

    Maturity-Models

    De facto Standards

    De jure Standards

    IEC 62198

    VDA 4.3

    … …

    ISO 21.500 … …

    PM3

  • Up until now the following standards have been mapped to the GAPPS standards:

    • AIPM

    • ANC SPM

    • ICB3

    • P2M

    • PMBOK 2008

    • PRINCE2 2009

    • SAQA NQF Level 5

  • Memorandum of Understanding

    • 11th November 2009, Vienna

    The International Project Management

    Association (IPMA) and The APM Group are

    pleased to announce they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding which

    will enable the two organizations

    to support and recognise each other.

    Brigitte Schaden, President of IPMA

    Alan Harpham, Chairman, The APM Group

  • MoU OBJECTIVES • To publicise the mapping between ICB.3® and PRINCE2® as

    developed by GAPPS and verified by IPMA® and APM Group.

    • To encourage IPMA® members and PRINCE2 qualified people to research and write articles comparing and contrasting the ICB.3 and PRINCE2.

    • To recognize that PRINCE2 provides knowledge and understanding of a number of the concepts included in the ICB.3 and in due course IPMA will develop supplementary exams to enable PRINCE2 Practitioners to achieve appropriate IPMA qualifications i.e. at levels C & D.

    • To raise awareness of the IPMA member association's individual membership schemes among the APM Group's examination candidates.

    • To bring the IPMA® member associations´ corporate membership schemes to the attention of the APM Group's Accredited Organizations.

  • • ICB3 - PRINCE 2

  • PRINCE2-IPMA Syllabus

    • “Upgradezertifizierung” von PRINCE2 – Practitioner zu IPMA Level D

    • Syllabus

  • PILOT Project (Poland)

    Pilot Project in Poland regarding Bridging Qualification from PRINCE2® Practitioner to IPMA® Level D certification

    Start: London , Sept 5th 2011

    • The groups for the pilot will be organized by the APMG Accredited Training Organizations

    • Training before the session should cover all competence elements taken under consideration in Level “D” assessment.

    • Pilot exams to be held in English only, Polish version planned for post-pilot

    • 4 ATOs are participating in the pilot. 3-4 exam sessions of pilot exams to be organized in 2012

  • Suggested format of the upgrade certificate

    2 written parts: A multiple choice test and an objective test exam

    1. Multiple choice 9 competence elements from technical competence elements

    26 competence elements from contextual and behavioural

    competence elements

    Duration: 30 minutes

    2. Scenario type questions OTEs - Understanding and application level

    Duration : 1 hour

  • Mapping of Global Certifications and Qualifications

    GAPPS has pubished a mapping of the different assessment methods used for the various certifications and qualifications for project management that are issued by professional association and governments endorsed institutes such as universities and vocational education providers. ►

  • Never give up