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Project Managent and Developing Future Generations

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This presentation comes to you from International Project Management Day 2013 - the annual global virtual summit from IIL that brings together business and technology leaders from around the world to ...

This presentation comes to you from International Project Management Day 2013 - the annual global virtual summit from IIL that brings together business and technology leaders from around the world to discuss the latest trends and methods in business, leadership and communications. To view the accompanying video keynotes and presentations connect to the event here bit.ly/1blJSkE or purchase the DVD collection http://bit.ly/1fZ9Yc0

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    • Project Management and Developing our Future Generations Mark Reeson, FAPM RPP PMP ©2013 International Institute for Learning, Inc., All rights reserved.
    • Mark Reeson, FAPM RPP PMP 29 Years of Project Management Experience 24 Years of Service in the Royal Air Force Author of Nuclear Decommissioning Plans Fellow of Association of Project Management Project Sustainability Lead in the UK and Author of P5 Model Developer for Project Management for Schools Owner, MR Project Solutions
    • School Environment Overview Early days teach to learn through play Children grow in those environments Schools changed – results oriented, pass tests, meet targets When did learn through action become a dirty word? Schools under pressure – stealing social skills that allow children to develop naturally How do we introduce a new topic without over-crowding the curriculum further and becoming a part of the problem?
    • Creation of a New Concept Birth of a New Way of Learning (The Old Way) Research taken from Adult Learning Early Stages for Development of Programme Emergence of the Concept
    • Living Learning Project Management in the Modern World 45% Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of most countries spent on projects Qualified Personnel Numbers 438,000 PMPs 150,000 + IPMA Repeating the Same Mistakes
    • Why do Projects Fail? Records being kept for over 40 years Phase by Phase Initiating, Planning, Delivering, Closing Common Theme Planning, Resourcing, Requirements, Commitment, Communication Importance of training to learn should not be ignored
    • Recognising the Need Route to Success: Recognition that things don’t simply happen Vision Project Managers need recognition of what they can do Plan to make attractive and interesting for those involved Barack Obama Quote: “We need to change, so can we do it, yes we can!”
    • Implementing the Change Route to Success: Research Period with Schools and Learning Institutes - 5 Countries Created RFN (like-minded individuals with same goal) Birth of SMART Project Management Blended Learning Approach of Theory and Project Delivery
    • Practical Project Management SMART Approach: 12 months of personal development work Sessions broken into key topics as phases Learn as project grows Focus on using skills – not learning terminology
    • Living Learning Vision Where to go next: SMART Project Management establishes home PMI Chapter Ownership in USA? IPMA Global Visibility? Local Authorities for Schools? Piloting in selected schools to start in early 2014 Recognised qualification at end of learning experience
    • Benefits Beyond School SMART Benefits: Planning Study Sessions Qualifications lead to College and University Positions Workplace – Qualified or Capable? Living Case Study – Stephen
    • Second Nature Educating the Next Generation: Playing ball or spinning a baton Greatest sportsmen use muscle memory Try to make future project managers with instinctive behaviour
    • Summary SMART Project Management – not a Methodology Vision to educate future project managers New Way of Teaching Children The old way – tradition Skills and Behaviours of Project Management at earlier age Age 15-17
    • Final Thought With the skills, behaviours and ethics that professional Project Management brings instilled in our children at that early age, could we and they make a better tomorrow, today?
    • Questions?
    • Intelligence – Integrity – Innovation We invite you to take a closer look at what we can accomplish together. Please visit iil.com or contact learning@iil.com to learn more about our training, consulting, coaching, customized courses and other pathways for professional development. Connect with Us: facebook.com/IIL.Inc @IILGlobal bit.ly/IILlinkedin ©2013 International Institute for Learning, Inc., All rights reserved. bit.ly/IILgoogle youtube.com/IILGlobal allpm.com