• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
1 silvia barbone
 

1 silvia barbone

on

  • 416 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
416
Views on SlideShare
416
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
1
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • The Summer School aims to be: 1. A knowledge hub to share practices on how to plan and manage tourism funding with sustainability 2. A knowledge hub to improve project management and effectiveness in the tourism sector 3. A training event leading to a qualification for trainers and senior practitioners in project management for sustainable tourism 4. A f unding marketplace to develop joint funding proposals, developing concept notes and matching skill sets between professional project managers and organisations 5. A networking event to disseminate best practices and papers related to the theme “Project Management and Sustainable Tourism” 6. A leading event to promote PM4SD™ as best management practice
  • Rationale (Reasons Why) What: methodology to be applied, certification Who: targets When: from the pilot to the market How:
  • In order to achieve sustainable tourism it is crucial to consider governance and management as key factors in success and competitiveness. Tourism is one of the largest industriesin the world. It can make an important contribution to the economic, cultural and social development of tourist destinations, if attractions and initiatives are managed in a different way, by looking beyond short-term benefits, and by promoting a new sense of partnershipbetween the private sector and public authorities.
  • The European Commission has approved a contribution of nearly €103 million for the first two major projects to be implemented under the EU’s Cohesion Fund for Croatia.
  • The Structure of PM4SD The PM4SD method addresses project management with four integrated elements of principles, components, processes and the project environment. The principles These are the guiding obligations and good practices which determine whether the project is genuinely being managed using PM4SD. There are ten principles and unless all of them are applied, it is not a PM4SD project. The components These describe aspects of project management that must be addressed continually and in parallel throughout the project. The six components explain the specific treatment required by PM4SD for various project management disciplines and why they are necessary. The processes These describe a step-wise progression through the project lifecycle, from getting started to project closure. Each process provides checklists of recommended activities, products and related responsibilities. Tailoring PM4SD to the project environment This addresses the need to tailor PM4SD to the specific context of the project. PM4SD is not a ‘one size fits all’ solution; it is a flexible framework that can readily be tailored to any type or size of project.
  • PM4SD® applies whenever an organisation, whatever public or private, needs to plan and manage a sustainable tourism initiative.It provides a guarantee for public authorities that the project will be transformed into concrete actions with clearly defined objectives, clear roles and responsibilities and that these actions will have a real impact on local communities. It helps government, donors and implementers to plan and manage transparently and not to forget that every action must have corresponding benefits. It is a practice to be adopted for participatory, transparent and effective management.

1 silvia barbone 1 silvia barbone Presentation Transcript

  • welcome
  • PM4SD Project Management for Sustainable DevelopmentSummer School | Leadership and Governance for Sustainable TourismNaples, Italy8th-12th July 2013 8th-12th July 2013 8th-12th July 2013 8th-12th July 2013 Silvia Barbone | Jlag
  • Summer School Leadership and Governance for Sustainable Tourism for Sustainable Tourism for Sustainable Tourism
  • Leadership and Management in Sustainable Tourism addresses one of the most important themes in the tourism industry HOW TO PLAN, MANAGE, AND MONITOR TOURISM PROJECTS WITH SUSTAINABILITY
  • •A knowledge hub •A training event •A funding marketplaceA networking event •A leading event to promote PM4SD™ as best management practice
  • PM4SD
  • key factors of success and competitiveness GOVERNANCE MANAGEMENT
  • This Combination forms the basis of PM4SD®. PM4SD™ is a Certified Project Management methodology developed to design and implement tourism projects with sustainability in order to create long term benefits for destinations and local communities. is a Certified Project Management methodology developed to design and implement tourism projects with sustainability in order to create long term benefits for destinations and local communities.
  • PM4SD® is based on PRINCE2®, a structured method for effective project management. PM4SD® has innovated and adapted PRINCE2® to the tourism sector, combining management aspects with sustainable tourism criteria and principles.
  • The PM4SD Methodology discerns three different levels of governance
  • PM4SD METHODOLOGY AND QUALIFICATION
  • PM4SD Manual 5 Languages English Italian German Turkish Polish 2 more languages in September 2013 French and Spanish
  • The Structure of PM4SD VariablesVariables PrinciplesPrinciples ProcessesProcesses ComponentsComponents TechniquesTechniques ProductsProducts 6 10 5 6 4 2 Costs Continuous Business Justification Project Direction Business Case Product Based Planning Tourism Specialist Product Timescales Learning from Experience Project Initiation Risk, Issue and Change Management Team Building Management Specialist Product Quality Roles and Responsibilities Stage Definition and Planning Organisation Logical Framework Approach Scope Managing by Stages Stage Control and Product Delivery Quality Benefits Maps Risks Management by Exception Project Closure Planning Benefits Focus on Products Progress Control Tailor to Suit the Project Environment Collaborative approach Sustainability Application of Best Practices
  • The Structure of PM4SD project environment
  • PM4SD Qualifications
  • Foundation Qualification The purpose of the Foundation qualification is to confirm that a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the PM4SD method to be able to work effectively with, or as a member of, a project management team working within an environment supporting PM4SD Exams certified by APM GROUP Practitioner Qualification The purpose of the Practitioner qualification is to confirm whether the candidate has achieved sufficient understanding of how to apply and tailor PM4SD in a scenario situation. Candidates should be able to apply and understand how to tailor PM4SD effectively to a project within an organization environment supporting PM4SD. Exams certified by APM GROUP 3 DAYS INTENSIVE COURSE & FINAL EXAM 2 DAYS INTENSIVE COURSE & FINAL EXAM
  • Amman Jordan Department of Antiquites Jan 13Evora Portugal Region of Alentejo Feb 13Naples Italy Università di Napoli Suor Orsola Benincasa April 13Barcellona Spain Region of Catalunya April 13Bruxelles Belgium Flemish Department of foreign affairs May 13Leeds UK Leeds Metropolitan University June 13 June 13 100 tourism professionals certified in PM4SD™ Foundation PM4SD FoundationTraining Courses delivered Training Courses delivered
  • 21 attended PM4SD PractitionerTraining Courses delivered Training Courses delivered Naples Italy Università di Napoli Suor Orsola Benincasa July 13 Results will come soon :-)
  • PM4SD® applies whenever an organisation, whatever public or private, needs to plan and manage a sustainable tourism initiative. It provides a guarantee for public authorities that the project will be transformed into concrete actions with clearly defined objectives, clear roles and responsibilities and that these actions will have a real impact on local communities. It helps government, donors and implementers to plan and manage transparently and not to forget that every action must have corresponding benefits. It is a practice to be adopted for participatory, transparent and effective management.
  • • Local, Regional, National and European Public Authorities • Tourist Boards • National and Regional Parks • Heritage Sites • Local Development Agencies • Tourism organizations • Tourism and Cultural Networks • Policy Makers • Project Managers • Business Organizations • SMEs
  • General benefits
  • Technical benefits
  • ★ It is a flexible method applicable to every context ★ It can be taught ★ It is based on project best-practise experience ★ It focuses on quality for the entire duration of the project ★ It defines roles and responsibilities ★ It includes risk management techniques ★ It is a proactive method ★ It follows sustainable tourism policies and guidelines ★ It focuses on the objectives, benefits and results ★ It is a low-cost but high impact procedure 10 reasons to adopt PM4SD
  • PM4SD key actors
  • APM GROUP is the certification body for PM4SD FEST owns the PM4SD copyright and promote the use of PM4SD ATOs deliver the training
  • Opportunities to connect
  • Join the PM4SD community 10-12 Sept Prague PM4SD™ Foundation Training Course Sign an agreement with FEST to use PM4SD Sign the Naples Declaration Become an (ATO) in PM4SD™ Accredited Training Organisation Become the host organization for the 2014 Summer School
  • thanks designed by Jlag silvia@jlageurope.com www.jlageurope.com www.festfoundation.eu