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
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