More and more people are leaving school and college with some form of project management education. But how do you really teach people to be ready for the world of projects?
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There are many ways to start teaching project management at a university. Including a class is good, but in this practitioner's opinion, it’s not enough. Here he shares how the process started for him.
Public relations officer Akierah Binns is often asked to collaborate with stakeholders when it comes to communication management. The only problem? She never learned how project management could help effectively streamline some of her processes. Enter PMIEF to help...
Joslyn Sato—the Academic Outreach Director for the PMI Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter—knows the importance of teaching youth project management as a life skill. It’s not only a key part of her role, it’s a key lesson she shares with her kids every day.
In this new series, PMIEF will showcase social good efforts from around the world, all working toward one common goal—to enable youth to realize their potential and transform lives through project management.