1 Master in Rural Development and Sustainable Management Project Planning Rural/Local Development Project Management: competence baseline Ignacio de los Ríos Agricultural Engineer. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid PhD. in Projects and Rural Planning Certified Project Manager IPMA-Level C Quality Assurance Manager OCDP -AEIPRO 1st LESSON: Dimensions of Rural-Local Development PM
2 Objectives : To know the principles and concepts of Rural-Local Development Project Management To know the dimension of international competences related to the Project/Program Management. To know the certified professional types for Project Management. Understand the importance of the Behavioral and Contextual Competences for rural-project management success
3 Dimensions of Rural-Local Development Projects Management
4 Dimensions of Rural-Local Development Projects Management Sustainable Human Development: It is a development that not only generates economic growth but distributes its benefits equitably; that regenerates the environment rather than destroying it; and empowers people rather than marginalizing them (UNDP, 1994).»The real human development concerns in an unified way the whole person in all dimensions
5 Dimensions of Rural-Local Development Projects Management Sustainable Human Development: five aspects: expansion of capabilities Empowerment The expansion of men and women's capabilities, increases their ability, their opportunity to participate in, decision-making affecting their lives. Co-operation personal fulfillment, well-being and a sense of purpose and meaning, human development is concerned with the ways in which people work together and interact. Equity such as an educational system to which everybody should have access. Sustainability - economic, social, environmental Security - Particularly the security of livelihood.
6 Dimensions of Rural-Local Development Projects Management Sustainable Human Development: PRIORITY OBJECTIVE DEVELOPING THE CAPACITIES FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE four critical elements of sustainable human development:» eliminating poverty» creating jobs and sustaining livelihoods» protecting and regenerating the environment» promoting the advancement of women
7 Dimensions of Rural-Local Development Projects Management According to the dictionary, dimension is each dimension of a set that is used to define a phenomenon. Projects, at least, contemplates the following dimensions» Technical» Economic» Social and cultural» Environmental» Political (contextual)» Acting in an interrelated way and allowing a Project multidimensional approach All projects involve multi-dimensional issues
8 RURAL/LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT: COMPETENCE BASELINE Social and cultural dimension TECHNICAL COMPETENCES BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCES technical dimension Economic Dimension Environmental Dimension CONTEXTUAL COMPETENCES
9 What is Competence?
10 What is Competence? A competence is a collection of knowledge, personal attitudes, skills and relevant experience, needed to be successful in certain function. (IPMA; 2006) Competencias Profesionales the neccessary knowledge, skills and capacities required to practice a profession, is able to solve problems in an autonomous and flexible manner, and is able to assist in his professional environment and work organization. (BUNK, 1994; TOBÓN, 2006). Filosofía moderna y Sociología Filosofía griega Lingüística Cambios en el mundo laboral COMPETENCE Psicología cognitiva Psicología laboral Educación para el trabajo Educación formal 10
11 Competences and employability Employability is defined as the capability to move self-sufficiently within the labor market (OCDE, 2007). This word employability is deeply rooted in some certification and qualification systems (CE,2004a, b; OCDE, 2003, OCDE, 2007), Particularly in systems that, are focused in competences and learning
12 WHICH COMPETENCES ARE MOST REVELANT REGARDING EMPLOYABILITY? What are companies requiring at this moment?
13 WHICH COMPETENCES ARE MOST REVELANT REGARDING EMPLOYABILITY?
14 What competences are companies requiring? 12 most demanded professional competences: 1. Oral and written communication 2. Knowledge of client, involved parties 3. Negotiation 4. Leadership 5. Change adaptation 6. Teamwork 7. Time management 8. Creativity and problem resolution 9. Ability for contacts and relationship 10.Self-development 11.Knowledge of other languages 12.Usage of new technologies
15 What competences are companies requiring? Participative process with: 52 executive women from Madrid Region (presential interviews) 122 men and women entrepreneurs from Madrid Region: survey 950 Companies from Madrid: Survey on employment in Madrid Region 40 professionals certified in management competences
16 What competences are companies requiring? Most valuable competences for employability Three competence dimensions TECHNICAL Competences BEHAVIORAL Competences CONTEXTUAL Competences Men 78% 83% 72% Women 79% 86% 77%
17 What competences are companies requiring IPMA survey outcomes: effects on EMPLOYABILITY The most valuable competences are behavioral competences, highlighting these ones: Teamwork Ethics Engagement and motivation Leadership Conflict and crisis Creativity Efficiency
18 What competences are companies requiring? Differences between women-men competences 80% of interviewees declared that men and women, work, administer and manage in a different manner Most outstanding differences in WOMEN Empathy with people: appreciation of values Multitasking ability: great activity Communication and closeness Ability to establish relationship (Negotiation) Ability to work in teams encouraging participation Time management Engagement: effort culture in work, responsibility
19 Competences in Project Management Which competences are required for the rural development project Manager?
20 CONTEXTUAL TECHNICAL BEHAVIOR
21 Technical Competences The scope of technical competence includes the main competence elements for project and program management. existing knowledge, methodologies, activities, intellectual tools aimed at handling problems and finding solutions.»icb includes 20 technical competence elements.
22 CHANGES BY PROJECTS PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUCCES INTERESTED PARTIES PROJECT REQUIREMENTS & OBJECTIVES RISK & OPPORTUNITY QUALITY PROJECT ORGANISATION 20 TECHNICAL COMPETENCE elements RESOURCES COST & FINANCE PROCUREMENT & CONTRACT TEAMWORK PROBLEM RESOLUTION PROJECT STRUCTURES SCOPE & DELIVERABLES TIME & PROJECT PHASE CHANGES CONTROL & REPORTS INFORMATION & DOCUMENTATION COMMUNICATION ICB International Competence Baseline START-UP from the IPMA International Project CLOSE-OUT Management Association
23 Technical competences This range covers the project management technical content, sometimes referred to as the solid elements. The ICB contains 20 technical competence elements.» Project management success» Interested parties» Project requirements & objectives» Risk & opportunity» Quality» Project organization» Teamwork» Problem resolution» Project structures» Scope & deliverables» Time & project phases» Resources» Cost & finance» Procurement & contract» Changes» Control & reports» Information & documentation» Communication» Start-up» Close-out
24 Contextual Competences Elements of Competency Describe the key components of work performance within a dimension. They describe what is done by individuals in the workplace but do not prescribe how the work is done. For example, program managers must define risks and risk responses for the program, but they can do it themselves or delegate the work to others. In addition, there are many different tools and techniques that they could use.»this ICB includes 46 competence elements» 20 technical competence elements.» 11 contextual competence elements.» 15 behavioral competence elements
25 Contextual Competences The scope of contextual competence describes competence elements related to the context of a project for project management. This scope covers the competence of director-manager To deal with the managing organization on line and To be able to function in a project-focused organization.»icb includes 11 contextual competence elements.
26 Contextual competences This range covers the project management competence in managing relations with the permanent organizations and the ability to function in a project focused organization. The ICB contains 11 contextual competence elements» Project orientation» program orientation» Portfolio orientation» Project program & portfolio implementation» Permanent organization» Business» Systems, products & technology» Personnel management» Health, security, safety & environment» Finance» Legal
27 Behavioral competences This scope describes attitudes, skills and values of the Project and program director-manager. Sustainable Human Development: a development that empowers people rather than marginalizing them (UNDP, 1994). The real human development concerns in an unified way the whole person in all dimensions.»ncb includes 15 behavioral competence elements.
28 Behavioral competences This range covers the project management behavior and skills. The ICB contains 15 behavioral competence elements»leadership»engagement & motivation»self-control»assertiveness»relaxation»openness»creativity»results orientation»efficiency»consultation»negotiation»conflict & crisis»reliability»values appreciation»ethics
29 How to improve in project management? What to do?
30 What to do? STEPS: TO KNOW MYSELF BETTER (SITUATION) TO THINK ABOUT my PAST AND PRESENT knowledge and expertise What is my personal baseline? TO IMPROVE in competences (TO ACT) To acquire new KNOWLEDGE? To acquire professional EXPERTISE? To change and improve ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR? To integrate in a competent TEAM which HELPS me? TO SHOW my competences External validation (CERTIFICATION) How do I show my competences? TO FOLLOW UP THE OUTCOMES
31 Project Managing Certification Basis IPMA CERTIFICATION SYSTEM IN SPAIN Four levels (4-L-C) Worldwide (and multicultural) Respect for national culture Validated by IPMA 31
32 The IPMA ICB Standard IPMA Eye of Competence ICB Version 3.0 sets out the knowledge and experience expected from the managers of Projects, programs and Portfolios Overview of competence elements
33 Project Management Professionals IPMA Competence Levels Level A: Certified Projects Director able to manage complex project portfolios and programs. Level B: Certified Senior Project Manager able to manage complex projects. Minimum five years of experience. Level C: Certified Project Manager able to manage projects with limited complexity. Minimum three years of experience. Level D: Certified Project Management Associate able to apply project management knowledge when working in a project. No experience required
34 Project Management Professionals Project Management Assistant (TPD) IPMA D-Level Experience is not mandatory in project management competence elements, but it is an advantage if applicants have already applied somehow their knowledge in project management. She/he will have expertise in project management in all competence elements. She/he can act on any project management competence element. She/he can work as specialist in some fields. She/he is member of a project team or member of the project management staff. Knowledge is evaluated only in a written exam
35 Project Management Professionals
36 Purpose of the IPMA ICB It is useful for the (self) assessment of the project, program and portfolio management competence, undertaken by the candidates, the assessors and other persons It can serve as a basis for the preparation of project, program and portfolio management handbooks and other standard documents in practice It can be used as a guide for developing education and training material It is appropriate as a framework for research It is suitable as a general reference document for people seeking information about applied project management. It is neither a textbook!!
37 Findings: Social dimension of project complexity All human relationships are non-linear The future is not predictable, each project team creates its own future Project management needs to re-focus on the reality of complexity and the social network The project team is a social network Benefits of personnel certification in project management Advantages of employability international certification Several professionals in Project Management Tool to improve skills and development of professional career Capacity building and Social Learning
38 Thank you for your attention Ignacio de los Ríos Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Questions Please
PPM Competency Profiling 1 What we do... Our strength comes from the expertise of our people, the structure of our processes, the scale of our operation and our years of experience in providing learning
Latvian National Project Management Association (LNPMA) and its major directions of operation during 10 years Prof. Dr.oec. Žanete Ilmete, LNPMA Board Chairwoman 1 Factors promoting rapid development of
PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEACHING IN ENGINEERING HIGHER EDUCATION: A NEW PERSPECTIVE FOR DEVELOPING COMPETENCIES De los Ríos, I. Ortíz, I. Díaz-Puente, J.M. Universidad Politecnica de Madrid Abstract This paper
H12J 04 (CFAS4.1) Lead a sales team What is this Unit about? This Unit is about how you provide direction to the members of the sales team by motivating and supporting them to achieve their team and individual
A LITERATURE REVIEW ABOUT RECOGNIZING HIGH-POTENTIAL PROJECT MANAGERS AND HOW TO KEEP THEM ON BOARD J.F. Spoelstra Hogeschool Rotterdam Minor Project- en programmamanagement 2013 In January 2012 ESI announced
Comparison of the Various Project Management Competency Models Douglas W. Call, Ph.D., PMP, Senior Consultant, Harpum Consulting Limited and Adjunct Professor, Campbell University School of Pharmacy and
PRINCE2 and the IPMA Competence Baseline (ICB 3) Michael Young, Reinhard Wagner AXELOS.com White Paper May 2015 Contents Introduction 3 Relationship between ICB3 and PRINCE2 6 Comparison of ICB3 and PRINCE2
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
Questionnaire on generic skills Questionnaire for Graduates This questionnaire presents a series of questions related to the skills and competences that may be important for success in your career. Please
1 IPMA Competence Baseline Behavioural competences By Oliver Chorvát, Nikol Kokešová, Jiří Harazim Hello everybody. I d like to welcome you to our presentation. We are team number 8, Oliver, Nikol a Jirka.
MASTER S COURSES FASHION ENTREPRENEURSHIP postgraduate programmes master s course fashion entrepreneurship 02 Brief Descriptive Summary Over the past 80 years Istituto Marangoni has grown and developed
Current Vacancies: I. Senior Project Manager - Project Management Unit (PMU)... 2 II. Human Development and Social Inclusion Consultant and Senior Consultant... 6 I. Senior Project Manager - Project Management
IFMSA Policy Statement Global Policy on Medical Education Location: Taipei, Taiwan. Date of Adoption: August 9 th 2014. Date of Expiry: August 9 th 2017. Summary The International Federation of Medical
UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY Professional School Guidance Counselor Education Program Mapping Course Key: PSY 6130 Evidence-Based Practice: School Intervention PSY 6240 Comprehensive School Counseling Programs
COURSE INFORMATION BSB50415 Diploma of Business Administration What is the Australian Qualifications Framework? The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) establishes the quality of Australian qualifications.
APM COMPETENCE FRAMEWORK Structure of competence elements EXPERIENCE This is Competence the first edition Technical of the Association competence for domain Project Management s APM Competence Competence
Message from the College Principal Dear Students and Friends, is a registered and accredited Distance Learning College with a difference. For us, customer service comes ﬁrst, so we make it our responsibility
MASTER S COURSES FASHION PROMOTION, COMMUNICATION & MEDIA postgraduate programmes master s course fashion promotion, communication & media 02 Brief Descriptive Summary Over the past 80 years Istituto Marangoni
Dante Guerrero; Anthony Cardoza; Ignacio De los Ríos COMPARISON OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT Dante Guerrero; Anthony Cardoza; Ignacio De los Ríos Shangai, 02 de junio de
Utah State University Professional School Counselor Education Program Learning Objectives (Adapted from the Standards for Utah School Counselor Education Programs and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling
PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1 Awarding Institution Newcastle University 2 Teaching Institution Newcastle University 3 Final Award Master of Business Administration 4 Programme Title Master of Business Administration
Practical guide for using the Continuous Learning Framework and the Changing Lives leadership model to develop leadership in social services 1 Introduction Changing Lives 1, the Report of the 21 st Century
Page 1 AD-AUDIT BRANCH MANAGER CHARACTERISTICS OF WORK: This position involves professional accounting and auditing work at an administrative level within the Department of Audit. Incumbent reviews all
Masters of Public Health http://www.public-domain-image.com/free-images/science/medical-science/disease-prevention-is-the-key-to-public-health-it-is-always-better-toprevent-a-disease-than-to-treat-it/attachment/disease-prevention-is-the-key-to-public-health-it-is-always-better-to-prevent-a-disease-than-to-treat-it
MASTER S COURSES FASHION RETAIL MANAGEMENT postgraduate programmes master s course fashion retail management 02 Brief Descriptive Summary Over the past 80 years Istituto Marangoni has grown and developed
FAO Competency Framework FAO Competency Framework Acknowledgements FAO is grateful to the UNAIDS Secretariat, which has kindly permitted FAO to re-use and adapt the explanatory text on competencies from
Green Project Management Projects integrating Sustainable Methods Training Providing Project Managers with methods, tools, and techniques to execute Projects, Programs, and Portfolios using sustainable
MASTER S COURSES FASHION & LUXURY BRAND MANAGEMENT postgraduate programmes master s course fashion & luxury brand management 02 Brief Descriptive Summary Over the past 80 years Istituto Marangoni has grown
AITSL is funded by the Australian Government Australian Professional Standard for Principals July 2011 Formerly the National Professional Standard for Principals 2011 Education Services Australia as the
LSE Knowledge Skills and Behaviours Framework for managers and leaders Guidelines Contents Introduction 2 A guide to the KSB framework 3 LSE Leadership and Management: 3 Behaviours LSE Leadership and Management:
Release: 1 BSBPMG509A Manage project procurement BSBPMG509A Manage project procurement Modification History Not applicable. Unit Descriptor Unit descriptor This unit describes the performance outcomes,
Ministry of Social Protection Republic of Colombia General Human Resources Analysis and Policy Unit Luis Carlos Ortiz M., Hernando Cubides Z. March, 2009 HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH REGIONAL GOALS COLOMBIA
1 Contents Preamble (ii) 2. 3. Introduction Structure of the syllabus Business syllabus 1 3 People in business Enterprise Managing 1 Managing 2 Business in action Domestic environment International environment
BSB40812 Certificate IV in Frontline Management Course information and vocational outcomes This nationally accredited qualification reflects the role of individuals who take the first line of management
VPQ Level 6 Business, Management and Enterprise VPQ Level 6 Certificate in Business, Management and Enterprise The VPQ Level 6 Certificate in Business, Management and Enterprise is a 30 credit qualification.
Policy for the Granting of Doctoral Degrees Division of Comparative Studies of Societies and Cultures Diploma Policy The requirements for completion of the program are that the student must be enrolled
Qualification Outline Certificate IV in Project Management Practice BSB41513 Get it done. Get it done well Web: www.kneedeep.com.au/certification.html Phone: +61 8 7127 4885 Email: email@example.com
Management and Marketing Course Descriptions Management Course Descriptions HRM 301 Human Resources Management (3-0-3) Covers all activities and processes of the human resources function that include recruitment,
Child Care Occupational Standard MQF Level 5 CDC 501 Establish and develop working relationships CDC 502 Support policies, procedures and practice to safeguard children and ensure their inclusion and well-being
Postgraduate Diploma in Practice Education (Social Work) For students entering in 08 Awarding Institution: University of Reading Teaching Institution: University Of Reading Faculty of Social Sciences Relevant
/ Doctorate of Business Administration Sunderland Business School s Doctorate of Business Administration programme (DBA) is a stimulating, innovative programme which has been developed to strengthen your
HE STEM PROGRAMME UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM EPS GRAND CHALLENGE SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT LOGBOOK Content taken from the University of Birmingham Careers and Employability Centre >Progress> skills and development
Thank you for considering the advertised vacancy: Financial Accountant Reference No: 15/1023 We appreciate your interest and, if successful, you will not only be provided with a unique opportunity to join
Nurse Practitioner Mentor Guideline NPAC-NZ Purpose To provide a framework for the mentorship of registered nurses to prepare for Nurse Practitioner (NP) registration from the Nursing Council of New Zealand.
Department of Leadership in education, nonprofits and Counseling MASTER S PROGRAMS COUNSELING: PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL & CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP
PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Master of Arts in Social Work Awarding institution Teaching institution UCAS Code JACS Code Programme Duration Language of Programme Liverpool John Moores University LIVERPOOL JOHN
Apprenticeship Standard for Paralegal (Level 3) Assessment Plan INTRODUCTION This assessment plan has been designed by a range of law firms and legal departments with experience in employing paralegals.
1. VOCATIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM University Doctoral degree (Ph.D) Master 1º - 2º Degree 1st 4th High vocational training Languages: High Secondary Education: High School 1st 2nd Intermediate vocational training
Adopted by state board of education of ohio October, Ohio Standards for School Counselors Ohio Standards for School Counselors ii Contents Section I: Overview of the Ohio Standards for School Counselors...
Becoming a Certified First Nations Health Manager Pathways to Certification Workshop Agenda 1. Introductions and Video 2. About FNHMA 3. Understanding Certification and Competencies 4. The Pathways First
National Commission for Academic Accreditation & Assessment Standards for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Higher Education Programs November 2009 Standards for Quality Assurance and Accreditation
HLTSHU509C Maintain personal health and awareness as a professional responsibility Release: 1 HLTSHU509C Maintain personal health and awareness as a professional responsibility Modification History Not
Standards for School Counseling Page 1 Standards for School Counseling WAC Standards... 1 CACREP Standards... 7 Conceptual Framework Standards... 12 WAC Standards The items below indicate the candidate
october 2008 4 semester, parttime Master of Business Administration International Project Management (IPM) 2 Master of Business Administration International Project Management (IPM) Prof. Dr. Robert F.
QUALIFICATION TITLE Bachelors Degree in Quantity Surveying (NQF level ) based on Unit Standards SAQA LOGO: LEVEL: NQF level CREDITS: 360 FIELD: NSB 12: Physical Planning and Construction SUB-FIELD: Physical
2015 2016 master s courses fashion promotion, communication & media postgraduate programmes master s course fashion promotion, communication & media 02 Brief Overview Brief Descriptive Summary These Master
DRIVING FORWARD PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS The Standards for Registration: mandatory requirements for Registration with the General Teaching Council for Scotland December 2012 Contents Page The
Human Resource Management Final award Intermediate awards available UCAS code Details of professional body accreditation Relevant QAA Benchmark statements Date specification last updated MA Postgraduate
Programme Specification Part-time Executive MBA Date of Publication to students September 2010 NOTE: This specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the course and the learning outcomes
Sundsvall Statement on Supportive Environments for Health Third International Conference on Health Promotion, Sundsvall, Sweden, 9-15 June 1991 The Third International Conference on Health Promotion: Supportive
Assessment Plan Department of Educational Leadership Nathan Weiss Graduate College Kean University Advanced Professional Education s MA in Educational Administration, Post MA in Educational Administration,
2014 2015 master s courses fashion photography postgraduate programmes master s course fashion photography 02 Brief Overview Brief Descriptive Summary These Master s courses admit students with prior knowledge
GRADUATE PROGRAM CURRICULUM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES Dr. Hank Weddington, Dean Dr. Neal Grey, Chair SCHOOL OF COUNSELING & HUMAN SERVICES MASTER OF ARTS IN COUNSELING OFFERED IN HICKORY, ASHEVILLE
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION STANDARDS FOR PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS Assist.prof. Aleksandar Kostadinovski Ph.D., Assist.prof. Janka Dimitrova Ph.D., Assist.prof. Vesna Georgieva Svrtinov Ph.D. Faculty of Economics,
BSBMKG506B Plan market research Revision Number: 1 BSBMKG506B Plan market research Modification History Not applicable. Unit Descriptor Unit descriptor This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills
HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER Personal/Position Information Name: Period Covered: Position: Reviewed by: Title: Position Start Date: Community: Region: HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER Instructions: The information contained
STANDARD V: KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS SCHOOL COUNSELORS -Building on the mission to prepare educators who demonstrate a positive impact on student learning based on the Improvement of Student Achievement act
The University of Lleida An introduction to the relation between professional environmental requirements and the development of the QF Francisca Santiveri Vice Dean Academic Plannig Lleida, September 2014
Primero Knowledge Solution Centre for Project Management Presents: Project/Program Diagnostics - A Systemic Approach Monday, 26 th April 2010 8:30 to 10.00 AM, Chennai Confederation of Real Estate Developers
University of Rochester Master s Degree in Computer Science A. Program title: Computer Science B. Program degree: MS C. Program objectives and program learning outcomes: Program objective 1. Program will
National Commission for Academic Accreditation & Assessment Standards for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Higher Education Institutions November 2009 Standards for Institutional Accreditation in
OXMS LIBERATE YOUR BUSINESS POTENTIAL Project Management Training Portfolio For High Technology Companies Project & Programme Management Training This portfolio is targeted at high technology companies
Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing Your gateway to a rewarding career in Internal Auditing About IIA-Australia The Institute of Internal Auditors Australia is the leading body representing internal
Career Service Authority IT Project Manager III Page 1 of 6 GENERAL STATEMENT OF CLASS DUTIES Performs advanced, specialized, professional project management work on one or more medium to large moderately
Certificate of Advanced Proficiency (CAP) The Certificate of Advanced Proficiency (CAP) program is an education and training program designed for Direct Support Professionals who have completed the Certificate