Read how this tenured associate professor, who instructs in construction management at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, considers it his responsibility to develop opportunities for his students to acquire new skills and knowledge in project management.
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Each year, PMIEF honors those excelling in our field with the Kerzner Award for Excellence in Project Management. We had the opportunity to interview last year's winner, Sudhakar Ravada, on how the award helped him advance on his career path.
In this exclusive article presented by the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation, project managers share their thoughts on teaching PM skills to youth and why it's a vital tool for the future.
In the second part of this series, members of the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation Community Engagement Committee share their thoughts on teaching PM skills to youth—and why it's a vital tool for the future.
Pour les étudiants en ingénierie, un apprentissage plus diversifié qui regroupe les compétences techniques et managériales devient de plus en plus fréquent. Afin d'explorer les perceptions des étudiants en ingénierie sur la gestion de projet, un petit sondage a été réalisé à deux groupes d'étudiants.
Getting the right students in the right class will help both you and them. Do you understand the skill sets and experience of your students?
We have an obligation to teach our subject with excellence—and that begins with a foundation of quality curriculum for project management students.
Quality curriculum can be an ever-moving target and is sometimes subject to accreditor’s thoughts and opinions. There are a few ways you can work to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to quality curriculum for your program.
Gutiérrez-Pacheco has experienced the power of project management throughout his career as an IT systems engineer and manager. But it wasn’t until he took his granddaughter to a PMIEF session on project management and robotics that he saw how easily it could be absorbed by one so young.
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?