Project Management

Questions for the Project Management Community

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Overview

It is over fifty years since we identified project management as a formal subject of study, considered as a practice and knowledge on the subject collated and codified. Since then, it has grown considerably, with many standards being developed, training & consulting organizations set up and information disseminated among many industries and domains. At the same time today, we see there is a prospect of potential changes everywhere. Change, because of the business & political conditions, technology and the environment. The recent pandemic has only exacerbated this. All these happenings are forcing organizations, governments and professional communities to re-evaluate our ways of working to meet the challenges now and in the future. This includes the project management community as well.

There are many questions which require clearer answers on meaning of the role of the project manager, her or his role in organizations and their professional standing. The content of standards is changing, with a greater focus on connecting with people and processes outside the project. What does this all mean and what changes do professionals have to make in their understanding and training? These require deliberation not only to understand the present challenges but also for the future.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Leading questions that we need to answer to address challenges now and in the future for managing projects.
  • An understanding of the current challenges facing the project management community.
  • Some questions in project management for further study and research.

 

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Acknowledgements: Kimberly Whitby

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