Review our Project Controls Exposure Draft document

You are invited to review our exposure draft of our Framework for Performance Based Competency Standards for Project Controls.

The document is available at this link

 

 

Please provide your comments and suggestions via our online feedback survey link here

 

Notice of 2018 AGM

GAPPS members are notified of our upcoming AGM and are encouraged to join us in Bali on 22 – 24 November 2018.

Join us for our 40th TLF!

We are excited to hold our fortieth Thought Leadership Forum in Vienna 23-24 February 2018.

We are partnered with International Projekt Management Association and held at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna.

If you are a member of  IPMA, APM, AIPM, you are represented at GAPPS – please contact the GAPPS Secretariat at info(@)globalpmstandards.org for more information.

REGISTER HERE

Nearby hotel recommendations are:

Contact our Secretariat if you have any questions at info(at)globalpmstandards.org

Our 40th TLF to be held in Vienna February 2018

We are excited to hold our fortieth Thought Leadership Forum in Vienna 23-24 February 2018.

We are partnered with International Projekt Management Association and held at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna.

Register and purchase your tickets at our online event page TLF40.

 

Nearby hotel recommendations are:

Contact our Secretariat if you have any questions at info(at)globalpmstandards.org

Registrations now open for TLF37 in Lisbon 22 – 23 March

Our next forum is hosted by the Autónoma University in Lisbon, Portugal.

UAL LogoShare your ideas, energy, and insights to challenge current practice and design project futures.

Combining open discussion and workshops, the Thought Leadership Forum brings together academics and practitioners with diverse experiences to share their knowledge and collaborate to build open source tools. Delegates pitch their ideas in a flexible program addressing gaps at their organisation or use their expertise to assist others. All tools are open sourced and available free to the wider project management community.

Workshops are followed by dinners strengthening relationships with delegates in a jovial atmosphere while enjoying great food and wine at some of Lisbon’s best restaurants.

Workshops flow across Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 March 2017 – delegates are encouraged to attend both days.

Register here at our EventBrite page

Upcoming Thought Leadership Forum 13 – 14 Oct 2016

Join the GAPPS TLF36 project hackathon at our upcoming Thought Leadership Forum to share your ideas, energy, and insights to challenge current practice and design project futures.

Hosted by the Project Management Program at Sydney University, we have also partnered with the Australian Institute of Project Management to engage and redefine project practice.

Register and purchase your ticket at EventBrite

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TLF42 was a success in Bali

Our final Thought Leadership Forum (#42) for 2018 was recently held in Seminyak, Bali.

We had a productive session looking at the Sustainable Development Goals (UNESCO) and how the project management industry can work with these to become more inclusive and sustainable.

During our TLF sessions, we updated the Standards mapping for this year available on our Tools page for download.

Please enjoy some photos from the forum below. A report on the outcomes of the event will be uploaded shortly.

Thought Leadership Forum 41 to be held in The Netherlands in June

We are excited to announce our next TLF will be held in The Netherlands on 29-30 June 2018. Watch this space for more information as it is announced.

It will be preceded by a session with International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM)  “Focusing on Leadership” on 28 June.

For more information on the TLF go to our page here.

For more information on the ICCPM event, please go to the ICCPM page here.

LOTF winner presents at TLF40

Dr Yacoub Petro, inaugural winner of our 2016 Capstone students project ‘Leaders of the Future’ competition, presented and lead discussion on his doctoral thesis and associated White Paper funded and published by Project Management Institute titled “Ambidexterity through Project Portfolio Management:  Resolving Paradoxes in Organizations” (2017).

Dr Petro explained that organizational ambidexterity is defined as the ability of an organization to simultaneously explore the market and the surrounding environment, exploiting their corporate knowledge and resources in order to improve performance and ensure sustainability.  The aim is to build on current strengths while responding to business challenges of a changing environment.   This can be done in an increasingly ‘projectified’ world by utilizing an ambidextrous approach to project portfolio management.

The White Paper is available at https://www.pmi.org/learning/library?ContentType=Published+Research&sortdefinition=PublicationDateDesc

Dr Petro’s presentation is available to view here Vienna TLF 40 Feb 2018 – The Four Dimensions of Success.