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Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
Project Manager Competency Overview
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Project Manager Competency Overview

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Presentation outlines a three pronged approach to Project Manager Competency

Presentation outlines a three pronged approach to Project Manager Competency

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  • 1. Project Management Competency Model
  • 2. Defining Competency
      • Encompasses knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors that are causally related to superior job performance. (Boyatzis 1982)
      • Is accompanied by a command of language and concepts of a given profession
      • Is demonstrated by behaviors in the workplace
      • Can be measured against well-accepted standards
      • Can be increased via training and development
  • 3. Aligned with PMI Project Manager Competency Development Framework
  • 4.  
  • 5. Our model focuses on a Project Manager’s:
  • 6. PM Competency Knowledge – Skills - Attributes
    • Knowledge – What individual Project Managers bring to a project through their knowledge and understanding
    • Skills / Behaviors – What individual Project Managers are able to demonstrate in their ability to manage projects
    • Attributes – Core personality characteristics underlying a Project Managers capability to do a project or project activity
  • 7. Why do Competency Assessments?
    • Lost Profits
    • Late Projects
    • Projects Over Budget
    • Identify Training Gaps
    • Professional Development Opportunities
    See “Competency Assessment Programs Raise the Bar on Enterprise-Wide Performance” , by Jimmie West, Ph.D, PMP and Deborah Bigelow Crawford, PMP
  • 8. PM College Assessment Program
    • PMKAP
    • PM Multi-rater
    • Personality Attribute Assessment
    • Project Manager Knowledge Assessment Profile
    • Project Manager Behavior Multi-rater
    • Personality Attribute Assessment
  • 9. Project Management Knowledge Assessment Profile
  • 10. PMKAP:
    • Measures the knowledge of the project manager based upon the nine areas identified in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide):
    • Integration Management
    • Scope Management
    • Cost Management
    • Time Management
    • Risk Management
    • Communication Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Quality Management
    • Procurement Management
  • 11. PMKAP Features
    • 135 Questions – 15 for each of the PMI nine knowledge areas
    • Question ID Analysis to validate each question
    • Reporting can be aggregated or viewed by user
    • Validates project management knowledge
    • Can assist in pinpointing training needs
    • Can be used as Pre / Post work to learning programs
  • 12. Project Management Multi-rater
  • 13. Multi-rater:
    • Measures observable behaviors of the individual as rated by self, subordinates or peers, and supervisors. Individuals being assessed are rated on a scale that identifies frequency of behaviors exhibited:
    • Basic Understanding of concept
    • Displays basic execution skills
    • Displays effective execution skills
    • Models skills at a superior level
    • Can teach, coach or mentor this skill
  • 14. Multi-rater participants
    • Standard Offering:
      • Self
      • Manager
      • Up to Two Other Individuals:
        • Peers
        • Subordinates
  • 15. Multi-rater features
    • 100 questions
    • Focuses on project managers day-to-day behaviors in putting project management principles into action
    • Reporting is aggregated for organization to identify training gaps, etc.
    • Reporting can be broken out to individual level (if small population) – blind results
  • 16. Multi-rater considerations
    • Objectives for this type of assessment must be clearly identified by organization.
    • Strong communication plan is critical for this type of assessment.
    • Can also be used to identify behaviors that need improvement
    • Can be used at culmination of a curriculum offering to focus on demonstration of new skills obtained and now in practice
  • 17. Personality Attribute Assessment
  • 18. Why a Personality Attribute Assessment?
    • Assessment is compared to Project Manager job profile of high performing individuals in this type of role
    • Comparisons can be aligned to Project Manager Role or Program Manager Role
    • Helps to provide assessment of individual’s personality attributes and how they compare to other high performers in that role
  • 19. Goal of Personality Attribute Assessment
    • Goal of this portion of the competency assessment is to identify individual and team strengths and opportunities for growth
    • Determine training needs for team and for individuals
    • Investment in professional development plan for project managers
  • 20. Personality Attribute Assessment
    • Tool takes approximately 90 min for individuals to complete
    • Results are provided through on-line report. Report reviewed by competency assessment coach through one-on-one 30 min phone review
  • 21. Aligned with PMI Project Manager Competency Development Framework
  • 22. Questions? Joni Brown-Irons Managing Director PM College [email_address] (484) 603-8008

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