APM Developing P3M Professionalism London 9th July 2014
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Presentation given by Nick Jones at The Strand Palace Hotel on Wednesday 9th July 2014 designed for Project & Programme Management (PPM) and Learning & Development professionals within our corporate ...

Presentation given by Nick Jones at The Strand Palace Hotel on Wednesday 9th July 2014 designed for Project & Programme Management (PPM) and Learning & Development professionals within our corporate membership, and other organisations with a strong interest in developing professional standards within their PPM community.

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APM Developing P3M Professionalism London 9th July 2014 APM Developing P3M Professionalism London 9th July 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • Developing P3M professionalism
  • Structure  APM  Current context and APM Vision 2020  The 5 Dimensions of Professionalism  Supportive resources
  • Engaging with 500,000 people online c.21,000 members and growing c.550 corporate members Leading member of the IPMA c.90,000 APM qualified and growing 200+ events nationally every year Educational charity Turnover £7m+ Preparing to become a chartered body About APM
  • The community we serve
  • A pan-sector international discipline
  • Structure  APM  Current context and APM Vision 2020  The 5 Dimensions of Professionalism  Supportive resources
  • The profession: themes and trends Tolerance of failure in decline Professionalism versus methodologies Growth of portfolio management Largest projects not deliverable from within single organisation Collaboration and partnership Increasingly complex governance New commercial models Success is the default expectation “It is time to lead” http://www.apm.org.uk/news/time-lead
  • The benefits of PM professionalism  Corporately – Improved project delivery – Improvement on bottom line  Individually – Recognition & Status – Remuneration  Socially – Responsible use of public funds €3 Billion !!
  • A big vision ...  A world in which All Projects Succeed
  • Structure  APM  Current context and APM Vision 2020  The 5 Dimensions of Professionalism  Supportive resources
  • Strategy to deliver the vision 1. Develop and maintain APM infrastructure 2. Develop and maintain standards & knowledge 3. Promote and apply those standards & knowledge
  • APM’s Professionalism model
  • The core components A framework or methodology which defines the processes and practices for the organisation A competence framework to map levels of knowledge and experience at appropriate levels Qualifications to provide developmental opportunities and recognition of competence at appropriate levels A continuing professional development scheme that broadens horizons and builds understanding through sharing of good practice Recognition that true professionals should be accountable for their actions and adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct
  • Breadth & Depth  Breadth of Knowledge - APM Body of Knowledge  Depth of Ability - APM Competence Framework.
  • Achievement Organisational capability Practitioner Qualification (IPMA Level C) Programme / Portfolio Strategy (IPMA Level A) Project Leadership (IPMA Level B) Knowledge Competence 0 years 8 – 10 years Registered Project Professional (RPP) Higher Apprenticeship in project management(APM Introductory Certificate) (APMP – IPMA Level D)
  • Commitment – Continuing Professional Development Commitment
  • Accountability – membership P3M professional Student Associate Full member: MAPM Fellow member: FAPM Knowledge Competence 0 years 8 – 10 years
  • Built into everything we do APM Registered Project Professional Corporate accreditation Academic accreditation
  • Structure  APM  Current context and APM Vision 2020  The 5 Dimensions of Professionalism  Supportive resources
  • Supportive Resources: APM Branches  Scotland  North West  South Wales & West of England  Yorkshire & N Lincs  Northern Ireland  (Hong Kong)  North East  East of England  London  Wessex  Thames Valley  Midlands  South East
  • SIG Network Women in Project Management Value Management Project & Programme Assurance Programme Management Portfolio Management People Knowledge Management Risk Governance Contracts & Procurement Benefits Management Supportive Resources APM Specific Interest Groups (SIGs) Change Management PMO Planning, Monitoring & Control
  • Project and Network Magazines
  • APM Website - www.apm.org.uk
  • Annual Conference and Awards Dinner
  • You should have got out of this session:  A greater awareness of APM and its endeavours for the P3M profession  An understanding of the principles and the benefits of P3M Professionalism  Knowledge of the core APM resources that underpin the professional advocacy
  • Nick Jones Senior Membership Development Manager nick.jones@apm.org.uk DDI: 01844 271673 Mobile: 07841 436282 Thank You